The information on news24star tries to be true and make sense.
Our goal is to tell all sides of a story honestly.
As much as possible, the news on news24star is correct. Before something is put out in the world, the facts and sources are double-checked. Articles are also checked by more than one person at different times to make sure they are correct. Even though we try to give correct and up-to-date information, the content may not be perfect and may have technical or spelling mistakes. In very rare cases, a person’s bad judgment could lead them to make important mistakes by accident. When this happens, news24star will either run a correction, a clarification, or an editor’s note, depending on what they think is best.
We care about fairness at news24star, so we expect everyone to follow these rules. We try to be honest about what the sources want so that our reporting feels fair. We should also try to talk about things in a fair way and talk about them in a fair way.
When important facts are left out of a story, it’s not fair. It’s also not fair if it has information that has nothing to do with the facts. A story is also not fair if, on purpose or by accident, it tricks the reader. For coverage to be fair, it needs to be full, up-to-date, and truthful.
No story is fair if the people or places in it haven’t been given a chance to answer the claims or assertions. People need a lot of time to talk about what happened, what went wrong, and, most importantly, what was said about them.
If you aren’t honest, you can’t build trust. news24star has promised to avoid any kind of conflict of interest as much as possible.
No one gives us money or things in exchange for giving us news. We also don’t take money from governments, government-funded agencies, government officials, political parties, or representatives who take positions on controversial issues. Reporters and editors can’t get money or gifts from the people, companies, institutions, or organizations they write about, either.
news24star also wants credit for the things that are on its website. Anonymous sources can only be used as a last resort and with the editor-in-permission. Chiefs In these situations, reporters and editors must be able to explain how easy it is to reach the source and how reliable it is.