The image has been doctored from an image of an anti-CAA protester from India.
The original image was taken after the couple's wedding when they visited the Siddhivanayak temple in Mumbai.
BOOM did not find any trace of a deleted tweet, or replies indicating that such a tweet existed.
BOOM found that in the original image, Narendra Modi was not sporting any headgear after he landed in Riyadh for a...
BOOM found that in the original image Narendra Modi was not sporting an Arabic Emirati headgear
Faye D'Souza, Editor of Mirror Now, took to Twitter to debunk the viral graphic stating that it was photoshopped.
Kishwar's reluctance at verifying the information she puts on public domain appears to have taken a toll.
No, these women did not hold placards reading 'Modi Chor' at the launch of the Ayushman Bharat scheme.
Image of a truck from Jan Jagran Yatra goes viral with ‘शव वाहिनी’ after Congress starts Pol Khol Abhiyan
In this week's News You Almost Believed, the fake news brigade targets former President Pranab Mukherjee.
OMG, this is not art imitating real life. This is a photoshop. Jignesh Mevani's tweet backfires.
Fake news targets Times of India. A photoshopped image of one of its articles goes viral.