South Asia reporter who focuses on intersections of gender and politics, tech and society, and human rights.
Balesh Dhankhar cried on Monday when the jury at an Australian court read their “guilty” verdict on the charges against him.
The brazen killing of former Indian lawmaker Atiq Ahmed has raised questions about India’s record of extrajudicial killings.
“It seems that many people, forced into an environment of e-connections, have completely forgotten what human connection means.”
An average of five people die in police custody in India every day, according to official data.
Tibet’s exiled spiritual leader has often courted controversy for his off-the-cuff jokes that his supporters say are “lost in translation.”
Police say the accused previously worked in a mine where he became familiar with rigging explosives.
A safety audit found that one in four women studying in India’s Delhi University has faced sexual harassment.
Authorities say they served multiple notices to the temple over its shoddy construction but were told fixing it would hurt “religious sentiments.”
The ritualistic killing was reported in India where superstition is closely tied to religion and politics.
Legal experts say AI chatbots could be the future of courtrooms despite their reputation of being biased and discriminatory.
“This has changed the narrative of Indian politics.”
The “United States of Kailasa” was founded by Nithyananda, a self-styled guru who is wanted by police in India over rape and child abuse charges.