BOOM found that the incident happened in Brazil in November 2019, when drug peddlers engaged in clashes with civil
Social media posts claiming fake currency notes were seized from the car of a Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh supporter in...
In this week's News You Almost Believed, we bring you the truth behind viral photos and videos
BOOM found that the video is from August 2019 when locals in Jaipur, Rajasthan resisted a demolition drive of illegal...
BOOM found that the $100 dollar bill with Shivaji is fake and that the US has not declared February 19 as 'Chhatrapati...
Canadian Twitter Influencer Tarek Fatah was called out by Pakistani actress Mehwish Hayat who acted in the movie
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.
BOOM found that the image has been doctored to switch the two words in the placard in question.
BOOM found that the viral message is misleading on several counts.
BOOM found that the same video has existed online for more than a year, and is not linked to CAA-NRC.
Right-wing magazine Swarajya claims filmmakers tried to hide the Muslim identity of the attacker by giving a Hindu