about you and your family article Posted March 15, 2019 17:19:25How to deal the fake article?
By now you’ve probably heard of the fake story circulating around the world that there is a new Indian president in office.
And, of course, there’s been some speculation that this is a joke.
So how to deal this?
In the case of this fake article, the fake news has to do with the Indian President Amit Shah.
The president of India is the prime minister.
But in reality, his job is much more difficult than that.
He’s the president of a country that is not part of the West and has little or no diplomatic ties with the West.
This is the reason why the president is often criticised for being too much like an occupying power.
This fake article is more like a spoof of the US, a country with which India has very close ties.
The fake article comes from a fake news site called “India Today”.
It says:Amit Shah’s first act as president will be to visit Pakistan to take stock of its ongoing progress in fighting terrorism.
This visit will be his first as a president and he will also make a number of important political decisions that will have profound ramifications for the future of the country.
Amit’s visit will mark the first time he has visited Pakistan since assuming office in May 2019.
This will be a significant moment for the country and a significant milestone in the global fight against terrorism.
The fake article also says:His visit is expected to focus on his efforts to restore security in the region, including to Afghanistan, which has become a hotbed for extremism.
Pakistan has been a hot spot for extremism since the early days of the Taliban regime, and this visit is the culmination of the President’s efforts to re-engage with Pakistan.
It’s also a signal that the new administration is serious about tackling the challenge of extremism and terrorism.
But why did the article get published?
How does the fake report originate?
The fake report comes from an anonymous Twitter account.
The anonymous account that published the article has been tweeting at the prime Minister and his government for over a week.
The account was set up on February 27 by a user named @Anshu_Bhanwani, who has been active on Twitter since February 26.
Anshuram Bhansani (@anshurabhanwini) March 16, 2019The Twitter account @AnisBhanwe tweeted about the fake president’s visit to Pakistan.
Anis, the person who posted the fake post, has now been suspended from Twitter.
@AnsBhanwas also suspended from the account.
In another tweet, @AnhajBhan tweeted that the prime minster is going to “treat” the Pakistani people.
Anhauran (@Anhar) March 17, 2019It’s unclear why Anis Bhanwe posted the article.
What is clear is that the account was a fake account.
This account was created by someone with no apparent connection to the Prime Minister.
The account had more than 2,000 followers when it was created.
@anisbhanwinis account was suspended after the government announced a crackdown on Twitter.
An account with 2,600 followers is not unusual.
The tweet in question comes at a time when the government has announced a sweeping crackdown on the use of social media.
This includes cracking down on accounts that do not comply with Indian laws.
The new crackdown includes targeting Twitter accounts that use fake accounts, including @AnishChidambaram, @bhagwanth, and @AnandDinglare.
The Prime Minister is also cracking down.
This is just one example of how the Prime Minster has been cracking down, cracking down harder and harder on Twitter, cracking up harder and more frequently, in a move that has been going on for several months.
It appears to be an effort to stop a major threat to the future viability of Twitter.
The Prime Minister has been doing this for a while now.
He used Twitter in the run-up to the 2016 elections to campaign against the BJP and its leaders, which led to a significant backlash.
He has also used Twitter to launch a series of targeted attacks on other social media platforms.
These are tactics that are likely to backfire.
If the government’s aim is to keep people away from social media, they should be focusing on making sure that people don’t get to use it at all.
The prime minister’s office has denied the fake tweet was fake.
The office said that Anis is not the prime monsignor of India.
But, there are reasons to doubt that.
The @AnasOfficial Twitter handle was registered in March 2018, two months before the prime ministerial announcement.
An official Twitter handle has to be registered before a new user can be considered a member of the user