The recent news of a gay prince and 50 transgender people joining the ruling party turned out to be fake.
India’s Muslims Fear Rise in Intolerance and Hate Crimes as Court Acquits All Accused in a Mosque Demolition
After a 28-year long legal battle over the role of senior leaders from India’s ruling party in razing a historic mosque, the court ruled that there was no concrete evidence of the demolition being pre-planned.
Facebook’s Role in 2019 Indian Elections Under Scrutiny After Allegations of its Link With the Ruling Party
An investigation alleging Facebook ignored its hate speech policies for Narendra Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party has prompted a debate on the social media giant’s role in Indian politics
After allegations of Facebook ignoring hate speech rules on posts by Bharatiya Janata Party politicians, Indian activist Saket Gokhale says the recent findings cast a shadow on the integrity of the last elections.
Riot survivors are hospitalized and grieving days after Hindu nationalists attacked Muslims.
“My sons were killed like animals. No, even animals are not killed in this manner.”
As President Trump praised India’s Hindu nationalist leaders for their work on religious freedom, hardline government supporters were rampaging through New Delhi hunting Muslims.
The internet has become a murky cesspool of disinformation and fake news. AI-generated fake videos are the latest weapon.
AI-generated fake videos that are notoriously rampant in porn are now infiltrating politics.
The ruling party’s Uttar Pradesh leader Raghuraj Singh also claimed that burqas are bad because they were worn by the mythological demon king’s Ravana’s sister.
BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya said he suspected that the construction labourers working in his home were Bangladeshi because of their preference for poha.
There were attempts to censor “anti-Modi” messaging like “Sab changa si (Everything is fine)” in Bengaluru this week. But despite intimidation, provocative protest art is cropping up everywhere.