BOOM found that the video is of a Christmas parade of tractors that is an annual affair in Ireland.
In a statement to BOOM, Coca-Cola India denied the launch of any such brand campaign around the farmers' protests as in...
BOOM found that the religious structure shown in the viral image is a tomb located on platform number one of Prayagraj...
BOOM found that the viral photo dates back to 2016 and is not related to the ongoing farmers' protest.
UK PM Boris Johnson had expressed his inability to visit India in view of the changed COVID-19 situation prevailing in...
BOOM found that the picture is an aerial view of the Kumbh Mela site and not an image of farmers' protest site in Delhi.
BOOM found that the National Geographic cover is fake and has not been published by the magazine in its recent issue.
BOOM found that the viral photo is from July 2016 during Eid in Malerkotla, Punjab.
BOOM found that the prime minister's statement was misquoted by news outlets and that he spoke about the Delhi metro.
BOOM spoke to the deputy commissioner of police, Rohini, Delhi who denied any communal angle in the incident.
BOOM found that the woman in the photo is Deepika Mondol, a social worker and wife of a Rashtrapati Bhawan
The clip is being falsely shared as BJP workers thrashed in the backdrop of the ongoing farmers' protests.