The migrant families who’ve helmed counters and stoves since the 70s, 80s and 90s are putting their restaurants on the market. But who will keep them going?
High Court Rules Indefinite Immigration Detention Unlawful, Overturning Precedent for 20-Year Policy
“This is an important and long-awaited victory for human rights,”
“If my day didn’t go well, I’d subconsciously attribute it to her not having sprayed water on me.”
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in the Northeast calling for a total shutdown to scientists, activists and scholars asking for the bill to be urgently withdrawn, here’s how people are reacting to this controversial proposed law.
Police in Uttar Pradesh Have Been Asked to Identify Bangladeshis and ‘Other Foreigners’ so They Can Be Deported
They have even been ordered to comb through slums, train stations, bus stands and airports, and verify the documents of anyone who seems suspicious.
As authorities in the volatile northeastern state of Assam prepare to publish the controversial National Register of Citizens (NRC) tomorrow, millions fear they could be excluded and torn apart from their families.
Awkwafina's Billi is a Chinese American woman who struggles with her family's secrets, but she's also all of us and our inherited burdens.
“When I first came here, I was very into the idea of America as the land of opportunity for all, but now I know that the idea of equality in this country is a farce.”
The anti-immigrant and right-wing extremist sentiment might sound familiar to you.
After 25 years moving from one country to another, I finally bought a one-way ticket to Hong Kong, the place where I was born.