BOOM found that the viral clip is from the Indian political cartoon series 'So Sorry' aired by the India Today group.
BOOM found that the cartoon has been created by morphing two separate political cartoons.
BOOM found that the video is from 2016 when a team from Madame Tussauds museum was in Delhi to take the PM's...
The image is actually from 2018, when Kerala CM Vijayan and his family lit a candle to observe Earth Hour.
BOOM found that the viral news graphic has been photoshopped to make the false claim.
The video is from a women's protest in Kathmandu in February 2020 at a retired Nepal Army General's home.
A total of 7 AAP MLAs and 1 BJP MLA in the new Delhi Assembly have declared serious cases of crime against women.
Congress drew a blank as BJP remained the only opposition in Delhi.
The fictional quote of Abdullah cited by Modi originates from satire website Faking News.
Srivastava Group owns the Indian Institute of Non-Aligned Studies - the think tank behind the recent visit by 27 Members ...
In an RTI reply to BOOM, the Information and Broadcasting Ministry has revealed why NaMo TV does not require permission...
Modi government has passed no such bill and Section 233 is not an anti-rape law.