BOOM found that the images are unrelated and not from the same underwater site.
BOOM reached out to professor Akiyoshi Kitaoka, creator of the optical illusion, who rubbished the claim.
BOOM found that the image was old dating back to far as February 2005.
BOOM found that all the images are of the ongoing protests against the extradition bill in Hong Kong
BOOM found that in the original image Narendra Modi was not sporting an Arabic Emirati headgear
Faye D'Souza, Editor of Mirror Now, took to Twitter to debunk the viral graphic stating that it was photoshopped.
BOOM spoke to Arjuni Morgaon police who denied any communal angle to the incident.
The images are from 2016 when Gujarat police busted an illegal weapons racket operating out of a hotel.
BOOM found that the image of the Rohingya girl was taken from a BBC news report and shared with a fabricated story.
BOOM spoke to the chief engineer, Roads and Buildings Department of the Gujarat Government who informed that the bridge...
BOOM found that the man in the photo is IAS Officer Jagdish Sonkar and not a doctor.
Kishwar's reluctance at verifying the information she puts on public domain appears to have taken a toll.