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Geetika

Geetika
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A content research professional she has over 12 years of work experience managing content and research for multiple blue chip companies including Accenture, Evalueserve and Economic Times. At THIP, she manages secondary research and fact finding.

Fact Check: Egg and Banana together is harmful

A social media post claims that consuming Egg and Banana together is harmful. We did a fact check on the same and found out that the claim is false.

Fact-Checking Alzeihmer test: Where is the Camel in the picture?

Despite being written off by Fact checkers multiple times, this test continues to exist in social media, forums and YouTube videos. It is a human face created by placing photos of various animals. The claim is that if one manages to find the image of the camel among all other animals, then he can be assured of not having Alzheimer disease. We mark this as False.

Japanese Moon Melon: The Blue Watermelon that doesn’t exist

A fake image has been doing rounds on multiple platforms in internet. The image shows photo of a blue water melon and claims that it is Moon Melon - a melon breed that is cultivated in Japan. The image has been shared on Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp since 2014 and has been fact checked a number of times. We found out that the message is False.

Indian student Ramu has NOT invented COVID cure with black pepper, ginger, and honey

A Facebook post claims that an Indian student named Ramu who studies at Pondicherry University has found a cure for COVID-19. The post further claims that the cure has been accepted by WHO. We investigated and found that the claim is False.

Fact Check: COVID means ‘Certificate Of Identification Of Vaccination With Artificial Intelligence’?

A Twitter post has claimed that the full form of COVID is ‘Certificate Of Identification Of Vaccination With Artificial Intelligence’. This is a False claim. Know how viruses are named by WHO

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