As the crackdown against dissenting voices under the notorious sedition laws intensify, the lives of those who dared speak up are torn apart.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi described the passage of these bills a “watershed moment”. Farmers and opposition call it a “death warrant”.
Indians Are Worried That the Citizenship Bill Is Unsecular, Unconstitutional and May Lead to Another Partition
From organisations in the Northeast calling for a total shutdown to scientists, activists and scholars asking for the bill to be urgently withdrawn, here’s how people are reacting to this controversial proposed law.
Put in place in August because “thighs attract boys”, the St. Francis College for Women scrapped its regressive dress code after its students protested against it.
They even lit lamps and distributed sweets to mark Nathuram Godse’s birth anniversary.
The controversial historian opens up about her social media experience, and desire to be consulted on the upcoming K-Jo film Takht.
It's an impediment to medical research on ayahuasca's potential to treat mental health disorders.
"I'm not sure how comfortable I would have felt having the gold medal that everyone else in the world believed was not mine." Even eight years later, losing gold to Phelps still stings for Cavic.
"Into the River" has been banned because of its depiction of drug use and underage sex. But author Ted Dawe feels it's a worrying example of the power of the country's conservative agenda.
South Auckland's brand new Kohuora Prison has a phone and computer in every cell and a bunch of people aren't happy about that.
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