BOOM found that the National Geographic cover is fake and has not been published by the magazine in its recent issue.
BOOM heard the video and found that the MP had not used unparliamentary language while referring to farmers.
Facebook restored Kisan Ekta Morcha's page claiming it was taken down after its system flagged the page as 'spam'.
BOOM was able to verify that the other side of the billboard in the viral photo has the name of the airport - Sardar...
BOOM spoke to the owner of Humus, Manjunatha TN, who confirmed that the images are from his agri-tech farm start-up in...
The clip is being falsely shared as BJP workers thrashed in the backdrop of the ongoing farmers' protests.
BOOM spoke to Colonel Aman Anand, a spokesperson for the Indian Army, who termed the claims 'fake and malicious'.
Ministry of Corporate Affairs data show a majority of these companies being incorporated in 2018 or before
BOOM found that the photo was shot at a 2013 gathering to mark the anniversary of Operation Bluestar, seven years before ...
BOOM found a video wherein the man's moustache can be clearly seen.
The image is from February, 2017, when the Jats renewed their protests demanding reservation
BOOM identified the elderly farmer as Sukhdev Singh who said he sustained injuries to his forearm, back and calf muscle.