What you going on about it being poisonous?
I dont know if its a new specie, I dont think it will be in the media like that, there would probably be a proper acticle a somewhere on the net and those kinds of articles dont get past most of the members on this forum such as Chris Anderson, Im sure he would of posted about a new specie.
I cant see the cham too well but from what I have seen it looks like Chamaeleo africanus.
No clue what they said (I don't know Hindi, I think that ids the language she is speaking). To me the chameleon looks like Chamaeleo zeylanicus aka. the Indian Chameleon, it is the only naturally occurring species of chameleon in India and like all other chameleons it is not venomous.
poisonous lizards..hmm... I met a nigerian guy, who thinks that there is a rainbow lizard in Nigeria, which is poisonous. Its probably a skink or a sandfish or something like that, but he just wont belive me that it is not toxic... there were a myth also about what is happening when you got bitten, but it was similar than if you were photographed the camera stolen your soul or so... so i didnt payed much attention And by the way, who translated it or who subscribed that the hindi lady speaks about a poisinous cham???..
Boas are livebarers yes, dont recall reading of exceptions though it wouldn't surprise.
For those 'yucking' it up at our hindu friends, venom is basically adapted saliva.
Many lizards beyond the mexican beaded and gila have been proven to have venom of varying (mostly harmless) degree, including monitors and bearded dragons even.
Never be too smug, nature is more complex than we imagine.