Corrections Policy

Mistakes can and do occur in journalism, even when due diligence protocols are followed. When they are brought to the attention of the Digi Hind News, we immediately acknowledge and respond.

The Digi Hind News Fact Check corrects errors as soon as feasible and in a straightforward manner. If the change is straightforward, we will implement it within twenty-four hours of being notified. However, it could take up to 72 hours if additional research is required or if opinions must be gathered from individuals. We adore hearing from our readers, and you can leave comments at the conclusion of each article, video, or post. You can also send an email to [email protected] to request that an article be edited or updated.

The Digi Hind News also monitors its extensive presence on social networking platforms, and we welcome our readers’ feedback and criticism.

If there is a significant adjustment or change that affects the rating of a news story, it will be labelled “Correction” at the top, and we will explain what changed and why it was required. This clarifies and simplifies the history of every correction.

If additional information emerges after a story has been published that significantly enhances the story but does not alter the rating, it is labelled “Update” at the conclusion of the piece.

In general, editors do not record fixes for typos, misspellings, grammatical errors, or other modifications that they do not deem significant.