In journalism, mistakes can and do happen even after the application of due diligence procedures. At 24 Ghante Online, we do not hesitate to acknowledge them and respond when brought to our notice.
The 24 Ghante Online team takes all effort to ensure that any of the information that goes live is verified. Even then, if any error occurs on our fact-check and once it comes to our notice, we update the article accordingly, and at the top of the article in bold, we mention [Correction: updated Info…] and explain the correction made. We also request our community members to send the correction at email@example.com
We also monitor its large presence on social media platforms and welcomes feedback and criticism from our readers.
If there is a major correction or a substantive change that modifies the rating of a news story, it is prominently marked as “Correction” at the top, and we clearly indicate the change, with information on why the change was necessary. This provides a clear, transparent history to every correction.
If a new fact comes to light after a story is published, information that adds substantial new layers or angles but does not alter the rating, it is marked as “Update” at the end of the article.
Corrections in typographical errors, misspellings, grammatical errors, or minor changes that are not considered significant by editors are not usually noted.