Fact-Checking Policy

 At Khabartech.online, we are dedicated to maintaining the highest standards of accuracy and transparency in our content. Our commitment to delivering credible information is reflected in the following policies:

a) Investigative Approach: We approach information with skepticism, question assumptions, and challenge conventional wisdom. Our commitment is to publish accurate information across all content.

b) Due Accuracy: We strive for due accuracy, ensuring that information is adequate and appropriate for the subject and nature of the content. We explicitly mention any constraints that may influence expectations.

c) Source Reliability: All our content is well-sourced, based on available evidence, and corroborated. We aim to be honest about uncertainties and avoid unfounded speculation.

d) Plagiarism and Distortion: We strictly prohibit plagiarism and distortion of facts or context, including visual information. Our journalists adhere to ethical standards, ensuring the integrity of our content.

e) Independent Verification: Claims, information, or allegations, especially those made by public officials, undergo independent verification. Unverified content is clearly attributed, and we seek confirmation from reliable sources.

f) Corrections and Transparency: We stand by the accuracy of our information. If proven otherwise, we promptly correct errors, maintaining transparency with our audience. We provide a fair opportunity for the public to report inaccuracies through the 'Suggest A Correction' section.

Correction Policies:

Readers: Readers can report errors directly to the editor-in-chief, Emilee Wentland, via email at [email protected] with the subject line "Correction Needed." Corrections should include details, issue date, where the error was seen, the reader's name, and contact information.

The khabartech.online: Upon receiving a correction report, the editor-in-chief investigates using available information. If an error is found, corrections are issued in print, online, and on social media platforms.

  • Print: Corrections are published on page 2A in the next issue, specifying the issue, article, incorrect information, and the correction.

  • Online: Articles are corrected, and an editor's note is added, indicating the correction and when the change was made.

  • Social Media: Corrections are posted on relevant online platforms, linking to the corrected article and noting the correction.

The editor-in-chief communicates the corrective actions taken to the reporting reader. Our commitment is to accuracy, transparency, and excellence in journalism

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