Abul Kalam has been chronicling refugee life in Bangladesh for over a decade.
Abhijeet Solanki, a seven-year-old from Gujarat, had received up to 80 blood transfusions as a treatment for thalassemia major. Then his sister was born.
Indians facing cultural intolerance and racism by outsiders via food is not new. Are “unpopular takes” reducing the complexity of Indian cuisine?
BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya said he suspected that the construction labourers working in his home were Bangladeshi because of their preference for poha.
Palmer has found herself on the wrong side of public opinion more than a few times over the past 20 years. VICE caught up with the polarising singer to discuss fame, shame, and the pitfalls of celebrity.
Rape-Accused ‘Godman’ Nithyananda Fled India, Bought an Island and Has Now Started His Own Hindu Nation
The controversial self-proclaimed spiritual leader, whose teachings are often compared to Osho and who also has criminal charges of kidnapping and child abuse, apparently owns an entire nation with its own passport, flag and emblem.
The state news agency tweaked a poem by German pastor Martin Niemöller’s anti-Nazi poem, effectively comparing protesters to cowardly Germans who didn’t stand up to the Nazis.
As police crack down on platforms inviting people to join the march, protesters are resorting to creative ways of using technology to fuel the movement.
In the most recent case, a 17-year-old died by suicide after his mother scolded him for not paying attention to his studies and took away his phone.
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Dan Reed, director of 'Leaving Neverland,' spoke to us about his new film, which details allegations of sexual misconduct against the king of pop.