The article is taken from a Reddit forum called r/NoSleep, where people post fictional stories inspired by life events.
BOOM contacted Mumbai Police who called the viral message fake.
The video is viral with captions separately claiming that the video is either from Banaras or Mangaluru. BOOM found out...
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BOOM found that the videos show mock drills conducted by the police.
BOOM found that the Indian Army classified the claim as fake and that the photos are old and not related with the...
The rumour originated from an opinion piece by a start-up news website, that assumed such a measure to be implemented.
Public health experts told BOOM that there is no scientific evidence suggesting cow urine can help treat COVID-19.
The image is actually from 2018, which Kapoor posted on Twitter to wish Modi on his birthday.
BOOM found that the woman in the video is a resident of the UK who tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this month.
Hathras Police has debunked any communal angle to the incident.