From false claims around Priya Malik winning gold at Tokyo Olympics to tourists returning after Kinnaur landslide.
Aaj Tak had created the original graphic during the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup and not 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
The 63-year-old man who was attacked by a bull was identified as Deep Chand, who belonged to the Hindu community.
The image dates back to March 2012 and shows Afghan security forces escorting Taliban militants dressed as women.
Photographer Shamsul Haque Suza told us that he had captured the viral image in Bangladesh's Kurigram in 2016.
Seven people have died and over 25 were reported missing, following a cloudburst in Kishtwar district.
The 2011 video showed floodwaters entering the Sendai Airport in Japan.
The 5-minute firework at Taipei 101 skyscraper was a tribute to Taiwan's frontline medical workers.
The French President's photo was morphed to add more flower garlands than actually present.
The morphed photograph uses a pic taken before the Parliament's monsoon session where PM Modi held a black umbrella.
The video dates back to 2017 when Maulana Abdul Latif Qasmi, vice president of Darul Uloom Niswan made the remark.
We found that while the video was a recent one, it was from Kaghan Valley in Pakistan and not Himachal Pradesh.
The video of Jyotiraditya Scindia dates back to 12 September 2020 and was from Morena district of Madhya Pradesh.
The video shows Ramkesh Meena being chased by an angry mob protesting changes in the SC/ST Act.
The video is from an event which was held in Mongolia in 2015 when PM Modi had visited the country.
The wrestler's win was misunderstood by many social media users as a wrestling gold medal at Tokyo Olympics.
We found that the video was clipped from a longer version of the speech and was edited to create a false narrative.
We found that the viral image had been morphed over an old hoarding and shared with the viral claim.
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The original image shows Sidhu holding freedom fighter Bhagat Singh's poster at a roadshow in Amritsar on 20 July.
Dr Tarun Kothari, who claims to be a radiologist, has been called out for his false statements on COVID-19.
The image is from 2016 when rainwater mixed with the blood of slaughtered animals during Bakra Eid in Dhaka.
The picture was taken in a clothing store in Bihar's Patna in 2019, when the state saw widespread floods.
From claims around farmers attacking BJP leader to free COVID-19 vaccination in India.
RS Sodhi, GCMMF's MD, told us that it's a false claim and that Amul doesn't have as many employees as being claimed.