In this week's News You Almost Believed, we bring you the truth behind viral photos and videos
The original image was taken after the couple's wedding when they visited the Siddhivanayak temple in Mumbai.
Mohandas Pai shared an image out of context, that made this misleading claim.
BOOM found that Aishe Ghosh injured her left hand and the viral photo was flipped.
Video of girls shouting expletives at the XLRI campus in 2008 is passed of as JNU girls.
Trolls have also shared screenshots of 'ticket cancellations', with many posting the same image repeatedly.
Devendra Fadnavis hits out at Uddhav Thackeray's government using Mehak Mirza Prabhu's picture at Gateway
People in Mumbai congregated at Gateway Of India in support of the JNU students to condemn the violence by masked goons...
As details around the mob that attacked JNU still remains murky, screenshots of WhatsApp groups are all we're left
BOOM found that the Twitter handle @RepublicPoll is not associated with Republic TV
BOOM found that the photos of sex toys and condoms are old and not related to Sunday's mob attack at the university...
Social media has been flooded with a lot of fake narratives around the JNU protests around fee hike. From showing the...