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BOOM found that the woman and her husband fought over personal reasons and that they are both Hindus.
BOOM contacted several people in Gandhidham and confirmed that the jewellery showroom was not vandalised.
BOOM debunked the same false claim in 2019. The incident has no communal angle as the couple in the video are Hindus.
The ad promoting communal harmony caused fierce polarisation on the internet.
BOOM reached out to the family who said there is no religious angle to the incident as the couple belong to the same...
BOOM found that viral images are of a woman from Dhaka, Bangladesh who alleged domestic violence.
BOOM found that a 2018 'honour killing' case is being falsely linked with the wedding card of an interfaith couple.
BOOM spoke to the couple based in Dehradun who are alive and well and have filed a complaint against the posts.
BOOM found that the photo is that of a married couple from Mandya and not of Mishra's sister as claimed in viral posts.
BOOM had found that the rate card was fake and has been circulating online since 2012 with false claims.
A class 11 girl was beheaded by an assailant, who later committed suicide. Kotma police dismissed any communal angle.