At “Morning News India”, we are committed to upholding the highest standards of accuracy and integrity in our reporting. We recognize that errors or inaccuracies may occasionally occur in our news articles or content despite our best efforts. This Correction Policy outlines our commitment to promptly rectify and address such errors.
1. Acknowledging Errors
When a factual error or inaccuracy is identified in any of our published content, we will promptly acknowledge and correct it. This includes errors related to names, dates, statistics, quotations, and any other factual information.
2. Correction Process
We believe in transparency and accountability. When an error is corrected, we will make it clear that a correction has been done and explain the nature of the error. We will not conceal or minimize our mistakes.
In rare cases where a significant error or inaccuracy significantly undermines the integrity of a story or its core premise, we may consider retracting the entire article. A retraction will be issued with a detailed explanation for the decision to retract.
5. User-Submitted Corrections
We encourage our readers to alert us to any errors they may encounter in our content. If you believe you have identified an error, please contact us via the designated contact information on our website. We appreciate and welcome user-submitted corrections and will investigate and address them promptly.
6. Continuous Improvement
We are committed to continually improving our editorial processes to minimize errors and inaccuracies. We will use errors as learning opportunities to strengthen our commitment to accuracy and fairness.
7. Contact Information
If you have identified an error in our content or have questions about our Correction Policy, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.