Times of India has crossed all lines of decency and sensationalism, experts have pointed out in the ongoing Deepika Padukone related controversy. We too think they should have stuck to the existing standards.
While announcing opening of a branch in India, terrorist organization Al-Qaeda released a series of posters to promote its brand value in the country.
Faking News has exclusive access to what is happening back in India while Modi is out of country on a visit to Japan.
A picture showing questions asked to Ravi Shastri and answers given by him in his own inimitable style.
Facebook walls of Gautam Gambhir, Arnab Goswami, and an engineering student when their mothers asked them to post updates of their activities.
The move is aimed at budding politicians and others, who might need to update their CVs. This is the promotional poster of her institute.
Today inside the Parliament Rahul Gandhi got angry, rushed into the well of the Lok Sabha and accused speaker Sumitra Mahajan of being biased toward BJP.
Some more posters showing Aamir Khan in almost naked pose, as he appears in the poster of the movie ‘PK’.
After BJP leader Prabhat Jha claimed that tomatoes are only for rich people, Faking News accessed few pics that show how with rising prices, tomatoes have become a symbol of affluence.
PM has hired Mumbai-based designer Troy Costa to style his wardrobe for his upcoming US trip in September. Faking News has managed to hack into Costa’s laptop, and here are some of the images that we found.