Corrections policy

At, we strive to deliver accurate, relevant, and engaging news and entertainment to our readers. We value honesty, transparency, and accountability in our journalism. However, we acknowledge that sometimes we may make mistakes or publish information that is incomplete or misleading. When this happens, we are committed to correcting our errors and updating our content as soon as possible.

Types of Errors Covered

We classify errors into three categories:

  • Factual errors: These are errors that involve incorrect or outdated information about names, dates, statistics, quotes, or events. For example, if we misidentify a person, misquote a source, or use a wrong figure.
  • Misleading information: These are errors that involve information that is factually accurate but presented in a way that can be misinterpreted or give a false impression. For example, if we use a misleading headline, omit important context, or use a biased tone.
  • Grammar and spelling errors: These are errors that involve typos, grammatical mistakes, or unclear phrasing that could affect the meaning or readability of the content. For example, if we misspell a word, use a wrong tense, or write a confusing sentence.

Correction Process

We have a process for identifying, verifying, and issuing corrections for our errors. Here is how it works:

  • Identifying errors: We rely on our readers, editors, or other stakeholders to bring errors to our attention. You can report an error by emailing us at, leaving a comment on the article, or contacting us on our social media platforms. Please provide the link to the article, the error, and the correct information if possible.
  • Verifying errors: We have a team of editors who are responsible for verifying the reported errors. They will check the original sources, review our internal records, or consult with experts if needed. They will also determine the severity and impact of the error and the appropriate action to take.
  • Issuing corrections: We will issue corrections promptly and prominently. We will place the correction on the same page as the original article, with a clear headline indicating it’s a correction. We will also indicate the date and time of the correction and the reason for it. The correction will explain the error, how it was made, and the correct information. We will not delete or alter the original article, unless it contains legal or ethical issues. We will also notify our readers of the correction through our social media platforms if the error was also shared there.

Transparency and Accountability

We are transparent about our Corrections policy and make it easily accessible to our readers. We welcome your feedback and suggestions on how we can improve our accuracy and quality. You can contact us at or on our social media platforms.

Additional Considerations

We also follow some additional guidelines to ensure our journalistic integrity and credibility:

  • Archiving corrections: We archive corrections alongside the original articles for transparency and accountability. You can access our archive of corrections on our website or on our social media platforms.
  • Social media corrections: If we share an error on our social media platforms, we will issue a correction on those platforms as well. We will not delete or edit the original post, unless it contains legal or ethical issues. We will add a comment or a reply to the original post, explaining the error and the correction. We will also link to the corrected article on our website.
  • Training and education: We regularly train our editors and writers about the importance of accuracy and our Corrections policy. We also educate our readers about our policy and how they can help us improve our journalism.

We hope that this policy helps you understand how we handle errors and corrections at We appreciate your trust and support in our journalism. Thank you for reading.