Citizenship Amendment Act
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.”
As protests against the Citizenship Act continue beyond a month, the women of Shaheen Bagh wrote thousands of postcards to Modi to urge him to have conversations over tea with them.
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.
In a first, the law that prevents the gathering of more than four people in a public place is being used to shut down supporters of the controversial Citizenship Act.
The most downloaded mobile app in the country shaped a new youth culture. But now with young people leading the nationwide anti-CAA protests, the app content is radically transforming.
Deepika Padukone's Film on Acid Attack Survivors Declared Tax-Free in Some States, Despite Calls for a Boycott
'Chhapaak' has been tax-exempted in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Puducherry, even as its lead actor’s presence in JNU earlier this week sparked a nasty campaign to boycott it.
"What’s there to be scared of? This is our freedom struggle."
Not only are authorities allegedly shutting down the #OccupyGateway protests by detaining dissenters, but they’re also seeking out a woman for having “separatist views”.
A masked mob beat up students and teachers at Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru University last evening. One student recounts the brutal attack.
After a violent mob of goons entered the Jawaharlal Nehru University campus and beat up students and teachers with lathis and stones, here’s how the rest of the country is reacting.
As Protests Against the Citizenship Act Continue Full Power, Other Countries are Telling Travellers to Avoid India
Seven countries have issued travel advisories calling India “unsafe”, leading to footfalls at the Taj Mahal falling by 60 percent, while visitors in the Northeast have declined by 90 percent.
As we slip into the holiday season, people across India are finding innovative ways to voice their dissent.