Viral Shocking Messages Facts/Fake on Social Media: Whatsapp, facebook etc.

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A Living being that can change its appearance.
This is beiong circulated at Punjab this time.
This is creation of an artist only.
But people are making stories out of it on social media.
This is not fixed to any country,
but whole world is facing such fake stories.



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Dirba(Sangrur) Wale Salede (Ghost) Da Sach

SEPTEMBER 16, 2016

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Pishley dini viral ho rahi ek ajeeb jehe tra de janwar di pic jisnu ki saleda dasya janda c da sach ehi c ki oh ik jhoothi afwah c. Te loka nu murakh bna ke lutan da ik jariya c.

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Kafi group vich recording aa rahi c ki saleda fadya hoya a je fadya c ta odi video kyu nai bnayi?? Jo salede nu fad sakda oh video v bana sakda c eh pic jo tusi uper dekh rahe o kise salede di nahi ik museum vich bnaye mom de kise ajeeb jehe hybrid janwar di ee Jo ki Picture Vich Clear aw.

So sab nu request ae ki ehna afwaha to bacho te eho jehia afwaha please share na karya karo jado tak confirm na ho jave. Social media te viral hoye messege da jaeab eh dikha k deo. Dhanwaad.


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http://f5.ru/pavlich/post/208095
 
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This video is being shown in Social Media as a MLA of a party (Congress/BJP) beaten up in November 2016
Union Minister Babul Supriyo Allegedly Attacked By TMC Workers In Asansol

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A Living being that can change its appearance.
This is beiong circulated at Punjab this time.
This is creation of an artist only.
But people are making stories out of it on social media.
This is not fixed to any country,
but whole world is facing such fake stories.



1.
Dirba(Sangrur) Wale Salede (Ghost) Da Sach

SEPTEMBER 16, 2016

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Pishley dini viral ho rahi ek ajeeb jehe tra de janwar di pic jisnu ki saleda dasya janda c da sach ehi c ki oh ik jhoothi afwah c. Te loka nu murakh bna ke lutan da ik jariya c.

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Kafi group vich recording aa rahi c ki saleda fadya hoya a je fadya c ta odi video kyu nai bnayi?? Jo salede nu fad sakda oh video v bana sakda c eh pic jo tusi uper dekh rahe o kise salede di nahi ik museum vich bnaye mom de kise ajeeb jehe hybrid janwar di ee Jo ki Picture Vich Clear aw.

So sab nu request ae ki ehna afwaha to bacho te eho jehia afwaha please share na karya karo jado tak confirm na ho jave. Social media te viral hoye messege da jaeab eh dikha k deo. Dhanwaad.


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http://photos1.blogger.com/blogger/6982/50/1600/46231398_7eab7231b21.jpg

http://bandeh.blogspot.in/2005_08_01_archive.html


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http://f5.ru/pavlich/post/208095
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Hats off to whoever made that sculpture
 

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A call can kill you by blasting your phone...
Don't recieve call from 777888999


^Above message is viral on social media in local languages too.^

In Real life,
this is not possible at all.


नई दिल्ली: सोशल मीडिया की दुनिया में हर दिन कोई न कोई तस्वीर या वीडियो वायरल होता रहता है लेकिन इस बार एक नंबर वायरल हो रहा है. और ये कोई साधारण नंबर नहीं है. दावा है कि ये डेथ कॉल है यानि एक नंबर से आपके मोबाइल पर कॉल आएगा और जैसे ही आप उस कॉल को रिसीव करेंगे आपका फ़ोन ब्लास्ट हो जायेगा. क्या है डेथ कॉल का सच चलिए पता लगाते हैं.
सोशल मीडिया पर 777888999..वाले इस नंबर को मौत का नंबर बताया जा रहा है. इस नंबर के साथ एक मैसेज भी है जिसमें लिखा है, ‘777888999, इस नंबर में वायरस है. इस नंबर से आए कॉल को रिसीव करने से देशभर में 10 लोगों की मौत हो चुकी है. कृपया इस जानकारी को अपने सभी दोस्तों के साथ शेयर करें.’ साथ में ये भी दावा किया जा रहा है की इस नंबर से आये कॉल को जैसे ही आप रिसीव करेंगे , आपका फ़ोन ब्लास्ट हो जायेगा और आप मर जायेंगे.
इस मैसेज को पढ़ने वाले लोगों दहशत में हैं. इस मैसेज को हर भाषा में शेयर किया जा रहा है कन्नड़, गुजराती और बंगाली. आमतौर पर ऐसा देखने को नहीं मिलता.
आमतौर पर मोबाइल नंबर 10 अंकों का होता है, लेकिन मौत की घंटी बजाने वाला ये नंबर 9 अंको का है इसलिए लोग और भी डर रहे हैं. लोगों के बीच इस डर को मिटाने के लिए और सच जानने के लिए हमने वायरल मैसेज की पड़ताल शुरू की.
सच जानने के लिए हम साइबर एक्सपर्ट पवन दुग्गल के पास पहुंचे. हमने सबसे पहला सवाल उनसे पूछा कि क्या नौ अंकों वाला मोबाइल नंबर होता है. इस सवाल के जवाब में एक्सपर्ट ने हमें बताया कि भारत में अभी तक 9 अंको वाला मोबाइल नंबर नहीं आया है. विदेश में ऐसा है लेकिन अगर विदेश के भी किसी नंबर से आपको कॉल आता है तो आपके मोबाइल स्क्रीन पर नंबर के साथ उस देश का 2 अंको वाला कोड भी जरूर दिखाई देगा.
मिसाल के तौर पर अगर आपके पास पाकिस्तान से फोन आएगा तो नंबर के आगे +92 लिखा हुआ होगा. अब सवाल ये उठता है कि जब भारत में 9 अंकों वाला मोबाइल नंबर नहीं है तो 777888999 वाले नंबर का सच क्या है.
साइबर एक्सपर्ट पवन दुग्गल ने एबीपी न्यूज़ से बताया, ‘ये मैसेज बेबुनियाद है, लोगों को गुमराह करने की कोशिश है. तकनीक विकसित हो रही है लेकिन अभी ऐसी कोई तकनीक मेनस्ट्रीम में नहीं आयी है जिससे एक नम्बर से दूसरे नम्बर पर फ़ोन करने ब्लास्ट किया जा सके. इस तरह के विध्वंसकारी तकनीक पर शोध चल रहा है, लेकिन अभी इस तरह की कोई चीज़ कमर्शियल मेनस्ट्रीम में नहीं आई है.’
मतलब ये साफ है कि अब तक ऐसी कोई तकनीक नहीं आयी है जिससे आपके नंबर पर कॉल कर के आपके मोबाइल फ़ोन को ब्लास्ट किया जा सके. लेकिन आपके लिए ये मैसेज एक सीख भी है कि ‘सोशल मीडिया में जो भी देखें उस पर भरोसा ना करें. इस तरह के मैसेज पढ़ते ही उसे तुरंत डिलीट कर देना चाहिए और उसे आँखे मूँद कर शेयर नहीं करना चाहिए क्योंकि ऐसे मैसेज शेयर करना भी भारी पद सकता है.’
पड़ताल में सामने आया है कि ये लोगों को डराने के लिए सोशल मीडिया पर फैलाई गई मनगंढ़ंत कहानी है. हमारी पड़ताल में वायरल हो रहा डेथ कॉल वाला नौ डिजिट का मोबाइल नंबर झूठा साबित हुआ है.

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A call can kill you by blasting your phone...
Don't recieve call from 777888999
Above message is viral on social media in local languages too.

Reality is this is not possible at all.


नई दिल्ली: सोशल मीडिया की दुनिया में हर दिन कोई न कोई तस्वीर या वीडियो वायरल होता रहता है लेकिन इस बार एक नंबर वायरल हो रहा है. और ये कोई साधारण नंबर नहीं है. दावा है कि ये डेथ कॉल है यानि एक नंबर से आपके मोबाइल पर कॉल आएगा और जैसे ही आप उस कॉल को रिसीव करेंगे आपका फ़ोन ब्लास्ट हो जायेगा. क्या है डेथ कॉल का सच चलिए पता लगाते हैं.
सोशल मीडिया पर 777888999..वाले इस नंबर को मौत का नंबर बताया जा रहा है. इस नंबर के साथ एक मैसेज भी है जिसमें लिखा है, ‘777888999, इस नंबर में वायरस है. इस नंबर से आए कॉल को रिसीव करने से देशभर में 10 लोगों की मौत हो चुकी है. कृपया इस जानकारी को अपने सभी दोस्तों के साथ शेयर करें.’ साथ में ये भी दावा किया जा रहा है की इस नंबर से आये कॉल को जैसे ही आप रिसीव करेंगे , आपका फ़ोन ब्लास्ट हो जायेगा और आप मर जायेंगे.
इस मैसेज को पढ़ने वाले लोगों दहशत में हैं. इस मैसेज को हर भाषा में शेयर किया जा रहा है कन्नड़, गुजराती और बंगाली. आमतौर पर ऐसा देखने को नहीं मिलता.
आमतौर पर मोबाइल नंबर 10 अंकों का होता है, लेकिन मौत की घंटी बजाने वाला ये नंबर 9 अंको का है इसलिए लोग और भी डर रहे हैं. लोगों के बीच इस डर को मिटाने के लिए और सच जानने के लिए हमने वायरल मैसेज की पड़ताल शुरू की.
सच जानने के लिए हम साइबर एक्सपर्ट पवन दुग्गल के पास पहुंचे. हमने सबसे पहला सवाल उनसे पूछा कि क्या नौ अंकों वाला मोबाइल नंबर होता है. इस सवाल के जवाब में एक्सपर्ट ने हमें बताया कि भारत में अभी तक 9 अंको वाला मोबाइल नंबर नहीं आया है. विदेश में ऐसा है लेकिन अगर विदेश के भी किसी नंबर से आपको कॉल आता है तो आपके मोबाइल स्क्रीन पर नंबर के साथ उस देश का 2 अंको वाला कोड भी जरूर दिखाई देगा.
मिसाल के तौर पर अगर आपके पास पाकिस्तान से फोन आएगा तो नंबर के आगे +92 लिखा हुआ होगा. अब सवाल ये उठता है कि जब भारत में 9 अंकों वाला मोबाइल नंबर नहीं है तो 777888999 वाले नंबर का सच क्या है.
साइबर एक्सपर्ट पवन दुग्गल ने एबीपी न्यूज़ से बताया, ‘ये मैसेज बेबुनियाद है, लोगों को गुमराह करने की कोशिश है. तकनीक विकसित हो रही है लेकिन अभी ऐसी कोई तकनीक मेनस्ट्रीम में नहीं आयी है जिससे एक नम्बर से दूसरे नम्बर पर फ़ोन करने ब्लास्ट किया जा सके. इस तरह के विध्वंसकारी तकनीक पर शोध चल रहा है, लेकिन अभी इस तरह की कोई चीज़ कमर्शियल मेनस्ट्रीम में नहीं आई है.’
मतलब ये साफ है कि अब तक ऐसी कोई तकनीक नहीं आयी है जिससे आपके नंबर पर कॉल कर के आपके मोबाइल फ़ोन को ब्लास्ट किया जा सके. लेकिन आपके लिए ये मैसेज एक सीख भी है कि ‘सोशल मीडिया में जो भी देखें उस पर भरोसा ना करें. इस तरह के मैसेज पढ़ते ही उसे तुरंत डिलीट कर देना चाहिए और उसे आँखे मूँद कर शेयर नहीं करना चाहिए क्योंकि ऐसे मैसेज शेयर करना भी भारी पद सकता है.’
पड़ताल में सामने आया है कि ये लोगों को डराने के लिए सोशल मीडिया पर फैलाई गई मनगंढ़ंत कहानी है. हमारी पड़ताल में वायरल हो रहा डेथ कॉल वाला नौ डिजिट का मोबाइल नंबर झूठा साबित हुआ है.

http://abpnews.abplive.in/india-news/viral-sach-will-call-from-number-777888999-lead-to-blast-after-it-is-received-on-cell-phone-528310

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Another viral:
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Please forward in the group:
Someone was traveling to Dubai. Unfortunately he was carrying a packet of Khas Khas which is a commonly used spice in some Desi curries and sweets. Khas Khas is also known as poppy seed (Posta Dana)
which can be sprouted to grow narcotics (afeem etc.).
This innocent person did not know that recently the laws in UAE and other Gulf countries have been revised and carrying Khas Khas is punishable with minimum 20 years of imprisonment or even worse with death penalty. Currently, the person is in a jail in Dubai for the last two weeks. His friends are frantically trying hard for his release but are finding that this has become a very very serious case. Lawyers are asking huge fees amounting to AED 100,000 even to appear in the court to plead for his innocence. Please forward this to all you know specially They should know the seriousness of this matter and should never ever carry even minutest quantities of the following items when traveling to Gulf countries:
1. Khas Khas whether raw, roasted or cooked.
2. Paan
3. Beetle nut (supari and its products, e.g. Paan Parag etc.)

The penalties are very severe and it could destroy the life of an innocent person. I appeal to you to create awareness by forwarding this to all you know.

I am forwarding it as received from other group

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This is real.
True.

As confirm from here:

http://www.hoax-slayer.com/khas-khas-poppy-seed-warning.shtml
Travel Warning - Khas Khas (Poppy Seed) Imprisonment in UAE
Outline
Message warns that people travelling to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and other Gulf countries who are found with Khas Khas (poppy seed) may face long terms of imprisonment due to very strict anti-drug laws.



Brief Analysis
The warning is valid. Even when intended as a food product, the possession of poppy seed in the UAE may result in long jail terms. A number of people have been imprisoned in the UAE because they inadvertently brought in poppy seed or other substances considered innocent elsewhere.

Example
Subject: URGENT: A very very serious warning ..travelling to UAE & Other Gulf Countries...regarding Khas Khas, also known as poppy seeds


Dear Friends,

Yesterday only I came to know of a case from a friend of mine which is very scary. One of his friends was traveling to UK via Dubai. Unfortunately he was carrying a packet of Khas Khas which is a commonly used spice in some Indian curries and sweets. Khas Khas is also known as poppy seed which can be sprouted to grow narcotics (afeem etc.).

This innocent person did not know that recently the laws in UAE and other Gulf countries have been revised and carrying Khas Khas is punishable with minimum 20 years of imprisonment or even worse with death penalty. Currently, the person is in a jail in Dubai for the last two weeks. His friends are frantically trying hard for his release but are finding that this has become a very very serious case. Lawyers are asking huge fees amounting to AED 100,000 even to appear in the court to plead for his innocence.

Please forward this email to all you know specially in India. They should know the seriousness of this matter and should never ever carry even minutest quantities of the following items when traveling to Gulf countries:

1. Khas Khas whether raw, roasted or cooked.
2. Paan
3. Betel nut (supari and its products, e.g. Paan Parag etc.)

The penalties are very severe and it could destroy the life of an innocent person.

Detailed Analysis
This travellers warning circulates via email, blogs and online forums. The message claims that those travelling to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) or other Gulf nations should be aware that carrying poppy seed, even as a food product, could result in a minimum 20 years of imprisonment or even the death penalty. It relates the case of a person who was caught with a packet of poppy seed in the form of khas khas (sometimes khus khus) which he intended to use as a food additive. According to the message the man is now in prison in Dubai.

This warning is valid and should certainly be taken seriously. The UAE does have extremely strict anti-drug laws and a number of people have been jailed there for possession of substances, including poppy seed, that would be considered entirely innocent in other jurisdictions. Information for air travellers on the Government of Dubai website notes:
It is prohibited to bring certain items into Dubai and passengers should be sure not to bring any of these items with them, either intentionally or accidentally. It goes without saying that all kinds of narcotic drugs, including cocaine, heroin, cannabis, opiates and any derivatives are prohibited, and should any visitor be caught with such substances, they face stiff punishment that will almost always involve lengthy jail time. The following substances are also banned: poppy seeds (even in bakery products), qat leaf, betel leaf or nuts, niswar and gutkha.

It is certainly true that people have been put in prison in the UAE for having even tiny amounts of prohibited substances. A February 2008 BBC articlereports that "a Swiss national is serving a four-year jail term after three poppy seeds from a bread roll he ate at Heathrow airport were found on his clothes". And an earlier news article reports the case of an Indian man who received a ten year sentence for carrying poppy seed in the form of khas khas (khus khus):

Khus-khus is a spice that forms an important part of many curries, biryanis and kormas in India. It is available at your friendly neighbourhood grocery.

But khus-khus seeds have landed Mohammed Abdul Kaleem Bahadur, an Indian commercial artist, in jail for 10 years, and cost him a fine of Dirhams 50,000 (INR 600,000 approx) and deportation.

Bahadur was arrested on August 8, 1996, and was convicted by the Sharia Criminal Court on September 30, 1997. His appeal was rejected in October 1998.

Recently, the Federal High Court, the UAE's highest judicial body, rejected his final appeal and confirmed his sentence.



Carrying products containing betel or qat leaf can also land travellers in serious legal trouble that may result in long prison terms. In fact, even being found with certain over-the-counter or prescription medications in the UAE could have very series legal ramifications. The Government of Dubai website states:

Certain over-the-counter and prescription medications that are available in your home country may fall on to the prohibited items list in Dubai. Check the list of prohibited medicines carefully, and avoid bringing these medicines with you. If medical necessity requires you to take such medications, please ensure that you have a medical certificate from a UAE-licensed practitioner, or a medical prescription and a detailed doctor’s report from your doctor in your home country. Even with such documents, you are not permitted to carry more than a three-month supply at any time.




This warning message may be a little inaccurate in that it suggests that the minimum sentence for carrying poppy seed in the UAE is twenty years imprisonment. In fact, people caught with poppy seed have generally received lesser sentences than twenty years, so the suggested minimum sentence is not accurate in all cases. Penalties for the possession of illegal drugs in the UAE can include the death sentence, but I am unaware of any cases in which the death sentence was applied for possession of poppy seed in the form of khas khas. And, since the warning does not provide a name for the person carrying the khas khas or a date when the man was detained, it is difficult to ascertain if the message describes a real case.

That said, this warning is certainly worth heeding. Travellers to the UAE should certainly ensure that they are not carrying any items or substances that are prohibited in that country. In fact, an understanding of local laws should be an essential part of trip planning for those looking to visit not only the UAE and other Gulf regions, but any foreign country. However draconian or unfair a law may seem to the visitor, ignorance of the law is no excuse.


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Taking poppy seeds into the UAE, even as food such as Khas Khas, can result in long prison terms !




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AVOID BRINGING BANNED ITEMS INTO THE UAE
The UAE government prohibits drugs, narcotics and chemicals and before you enter the UAE, you are advised to take all precaution to ensure that you do not carry such substances; either in person, your luggage or in medicines you may be carrying. Strict penalties include imprisonment followed by deportation.

Other banned items include pornographic material, non Islamic religious pamphlets for missionary activities, fireworks, ivory, weapons & ammunition, chemical and organic fertilizers, laser pens, radar jammers/other unauthorized communication devices, endangered animal species, and any objects, sculptures, paintings, books or magazines which do not adhere to the religious and moral values of the UAE.


Adults coming in through Dubai Airport are permitted to purchase cigarettes and alcohol (only non-Muslims), as perDubai Customs laws. Aas per UAE regulations, inbound and outbound travellers also need to declare any cash in excess of AED 100,000.

Do ensure that your medicine does not contain a banned or restricted substance. See list of UAE restricted and controlled medicines or drugs.


If your medicine contains any banned or restricted substance, it is advisable not to carry them on your flight/travel into the UAE. However, if for medical or emergency reasons, you need to carry any medicines, please ensure that you have a medical prescription from a UAE-licensed doctor, or if treatment was undertaken abroad, you must carry both a doctor’s prescription as well as a detailed medical report, both of which should be suitable attested. You are not permitted to bring more than three month's supply of medicine, as per guidelines of Ministry of Health.


Besides the narcotics listed, all other recreational drugs including cocaine, heroin, cannabis and opiates and its derivatives are banned. Be careful of carrying in poppy seeds which are banned, so avoid accidentally carrying bakery products that might contain such seeds. Also banned is qat leaf, betel leaf or nuts, niswar, gutkha, which while admissible in some countries is not permitted in the UAE.


Do also keep in mind that on your flight out from any UAE airport, you need to comply with new regulations regardingliquids in your hand luggage, which should be contained within a transparent re-sealable plastic bag of not more than 1 litre capacity. Medicines and baby foods can be carried in your checked in luggage, but if you need medicines during your flight, you can place in your hand luggage, provided you have documentary evidence.
 
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