South Asia reporter who focuses on intersections of gender and politics, tech and society, and human rights.
Officials say the motive of the Albuquerque shooter isn’t confirmed, but they’re looking into the killings of Shia Muslim men by a Sunni Muslim suspect.
The audacious assault of an American woman in Pakistan is disrupting a narrative created by Western influencers that the country is safe for women.
U.S. intelligence found Ayman al-Zawahri living in a rich Afghanistan neighbourhood where many top Taliban leaders live.
After the death, one Indonesian official said it was “normal” for children to have sex with animals and that his friends had relations with chickens and bulls.
Police call it a possible suicide, while the school maintains it was an accident. The teenager’s parents accuse the school management of a cover-up.
Twitter has been in a face-off with the Indian government over the censoring of critical tweets by journalists, activists and human rights organisations.
In the wake of two brutal killings, Hindu nationalists in India are mobilising mass protests, platforming anti-Muslim hate speech and calling for boycotts.
Sri Lanka is telling its citizens to stay home and grow their own food, as a government minister announced that fuel reserves have hit “rock bottom.”
The questionable workmanship on Bangladesh’s Padma Bridge, a project plagued by allegations of corruption, was highlighted soon after its grand opening.
Sadhguru, who was seen with Will Smith in 2020 and most recently with Trevor Noah, has been accused of illegal construction in a protected forest.
A new job scheme introduced by the Indian military has led to mass protests.
The state-backed demolition of Afreen Fatima’s home has come to symbolise the widespread disenfranchisement Muslims are feeling in India right now.