Citizenship Amendment Act
This Civil Rights Group Fights Hate Crimes. Now, Its Members Are Being Arrested Under India’s Controversial Anti-Terror Law.
Former student leader Umar Khalid, a founding member of United Against Hate movement, has been arrested for his alleged role in violence that broke out in New Delhi in February this year.
Jails in politically sensitive states such as Assam and Kashmir are reporting huge spikes. Many testing positive are critics of the Indian government and its controversial policies.
Despite a Lockdown, India is Cracking Down on Student Activists Who Were a Part of Anti-CAA Protests
“This government can go to any extent to stifle our voices. Everyone feels they will be the next in line to be arrested."
As the death toll reaches 20, with over 250 seriously injured, a representative from the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party insists "everything will be fine".
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.
VICE spoke with those present at the scene where the attacker went live on Facebook several times and then shouted "take your freedom" before firing at an anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protest gathering.
The school authorities were pulled up for being "anti-national" for having kids in the play say they would throw slippers at Prime Minister Narendra Modi if he asked them to show their documents.
He believes that the idols should be treated like minors and thus given citizenship under Section 5(4) of the Citizenship Amendment Act.
As a young Indian, I didn’t grow up feeling particularly close to the national anthem, the Constitution or even the national flag. In 2020, a new connection has been forged.
It turns out that trauma can not only stay in your body forever, it can also continue for generations.
Uttar Pradesh's Chief Minister also said that women-led protests were a way for lazy men to get their wives to do their work while they sleep under the quilt.
Students in Delhi Tell Us How the Police Violence During Anti-CAA Protests Has Affected Their Mental Health
“I feel like I’m being followed all the time.”