The image of the Queen alongside her quotes was first displayed on London's Piccadilly Lights in April 2020 when she made a televised address to UK citizens.
The girl in the photo is not lawyer Nikita Jacob, an accused in 'toolkit' case, but an AAP supporter who first uploaded it on Facebook on 3 March 2019.
Two images of a soldier being greeted by his father are being widely shared with the claim that the Army man went to meet his father at the farmers' protest site at Delhi borders.
The original photograph featured Rahul Gandhi and was taken on the occasion of his 37th birthday on 19 June 2007.
The image is from an incident in Uttar Pradesh when the then Lucknow DIG, DK Thakur, pushed former Samajwadi Party leader Anand Bhadauria to the ground.
Various sections of Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal’s interview with Zee were clubbed & edited to show that he was advocating for the farm laws.
Photo being shared widely on social media is not of a farmer who was caught in violent clashes between police and protesters that took place on 26 January but from a 2019 incident.
A video was live-streamed on TikTok from Sacramento in California on 25 January that shows 'desecration' of the Indian flag and shouting of pro-Khalistan slogans.
On 125th birth anniversary of Subhas Chandra Bose, President Kovind unveiled a portrait of Netaji at Rashtrapati Bhavan. Many Twitter users alleged the portrait was not of Bose.
BJP's Bengal unit shared a 12-second video in which Mamata Banerjee can be seen reciting Islamic prayers, and slammed her for 'appeasement politics'.