The two-month-old video was shot near Bird Island in Pangong Tso lake in Chinese-controlled Tibet.
BOOM found that the multi-faith prayer included the recitation of the sacred verses, mantras, hymns of different faiths.
BOOM found that the video is from the Kangxiwa cemetery built for the 1962 Indo-China war casualties.
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BOOM found that the video was from a joint Indo-US Army exercise - Yudh Abhyas - conducted in September 2019 in the US.
BOOM found that the image dates back to 2017 when the Pakistani army claimed it had shot down an Indian quadcopter drone
BOOM found that Jianli Yang who was credited as the source never said 100 Chinese soldiers died in the clash at Galwan.
The Indian Army in a statement said that PM Modi visited patients being treated in an training hall converted to a ward
BOOM found similar training videos that suggest the viral clip shows tear-gas training given to commandos.
The clip has resurfaced after tensions at the India China border, but it has circulated online since March 2019.
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BOOM found that the videos are old and don't show Colonel Santosh Babu.