Through this Corrections Policy, we (The Emerging India )would like to let you know about the corrective actions we take when we discover that some erroneous material has been posted on Our Website. We are completely aware of our responsibility to Our readers and are aware that it is Our duty to make the necessary corrections and to let you know as soon as possible about them.
The Emerging India makes an effort to provide its audience with reliable and comprehensive news stories that are based on all the information that is currently accessible. As soon as we become aware of any inaccuracies in the information on Our Website, we make every effort to address them as soon as possible. Being a digital platform, we publish a clarification and a correction on Our social media accounts or post an editor’s note outlining the changes that were made and exactly what the mistake was, in addition to correcting it in Our content. In the event of a significant error that could result in the dissemination of false information, We promptly and properly apologise to Our readers.
Updating a Report
If an article has been updated, we always acknowledge it in the notes section. When We make a substantial correction or change a story to reflect feedback or updates from a stakeholder, it’s critical that We let readers know by including a correction, clarification, or editor’s note. When a factual error is discovered during our fact-check (which is done in accordance with our fact-check policy, which is available at [“Fact-Check Policy”]), we update the article as necessary and note in bold at the top of the page, “[Correction: updated Info…]” what was fixed. Additionally, we ask members of our community to email corrections to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If We are substantively changing a piece of writing, a photo caption, a headline, a graphic, a video, or any other kind of content, We immediately post a correction outlining the justification for the change.
Because it violates our editorial guidelines, we do not consider takedown requests. In the event that the subject disputes the accuracy of the report, we are willing to look into it and, if required, issue a correction.
When fairness requires an update or follow-up on Our prior reporting, We comply, evaluating whether further editorial action is necessary, but we do not take the story down as if it had never been written. When we release personally identifiable information online,
We only consider takedown requests where a person is actually in danger of getting hurt due of the item in question.