Fact-Checking Policy

a) Commitment to Accuracy:
Indianewsnow.in is dedicated to ensuring the accuracy of all published content. We employ a rigorous fact-checking process that involves investigating claims with skepticism, questioning assumptions, and challenging conventional wisdom.

b) Due Accuracy Commitment:
Our commitment to due accuracy is fundamental to maintaining our reputation and the trust of our audience. “Due accuracy” implies adequacy appropriate to the output, considering the subject and nature of the content. We explicitly underline any constraints that may influence accuracy expectations.

c) Well-Sourced and Honest Content:
All our content, suited to its nature, is well-sourced, based on available evidence, and corroborated. We strive for honesty and openness about uncertainties, avoiding unfounded speculation.

d) Integrity in Reporting:
Our journalists do not engage in deliberate plagiarism, distortion of facts, or knowingly present visual information out of context.

e) Independent Verification:
We seek independent verification from sources, especially regarding claims, information, or allegations made by public officials or individuals with agendas beyond reporting the truth. Unverifiable content is attributed accordingly.

f) Accountability and Corrections:
Indianewsnow.in stands by the information it publishes, deeming it accurate. In the event of proven inaccuracies, we promptly correct the news item or information to maintain transparency and trust. Serious factual errors are acknowledged and corrected quickly, clearly, and appropriately.

g) Public Reporting Mechanism:
We provide a fair opportunity for the public to report inaccuracies or errors in our reportage through the ‘Suggest A Correction’ section at the end of every web-story.

h) Editorial Review:
Journalists at Indianewsnow.in prioritize reporting, writing, and fact-checking. Stories undergo review by one or more editors, with a multi-level fact-checking structure for due diligence based on factors like complexity, sensitivity, and time constraints.

Correction Policies

For Readers:
If a reader spots an error, they should contact the editor-in-chief, Emilee Wentland, at contact@indianewsnow.in with the subject line “Correction Needed.”

For Indianewsnow.in:
Upon receiving an error report, the editor-in-chief investigates using information provided by the reader, meeting minutes, reporter’s recordings, and other available sources.

Correction Implementation:
If an error is confirmed, corrections are issued across all platforms where the information was disseminated—print, Indianewsnow.in, and social media. A comprehensive explanation of the correction is provided.

Contact Information:
Email :contact@indianewsnow.in

Thank you for your commitment to accuracy and excellence in journalism.

Best Regards,
The Indianewsnow.in Team