“They filed bogus cases, evicted us, and stole our land.”
“We provide food to the country. It was very heartbreaking when they called us terrorists and separatists.”
“When they burned down the mosques, I thought they’d wipe out every Muslim from this country.”
A jewellery campaign by Sabyasachi is the latest in a recent string of ad suppressions led by politicians in India’s ruling government.
Aryan Khan is finally granted bail after weeks. “If Shah Rukh can’t get his son released. What chance do common Muslims stand?”
Immigration Officers are Suspecting Indians of Fraud for Having Modi’s Photo on Their Vaccine Documents
“She told me that she deals with passengers day in and day out, but this was the first time she had seen any prime minister’s photo on a personal document.”
From organising rooms with Islamophobic agendas to bullying minority participants, young Hindu nationalists are actively organising on Clubhouse.
A hashtag criticizing Narendra Modi’s handling of the COVID-19 crisis disappeared from Facebook this week.
Debate over the changes to India’s agriculture law has reached South Asian communities in Britain – and some young women are being penalised for voicing their opinions.
FAU-G, a mobile game that’s loosely based on the recent hand-to-hand combat on the Indo-China border, has boring gameplay, laughable enemy AI and insipid level design.
Previous studies have linked the inflated sense of self-importance to behaviours harmful to functioning democracies.
The Freedom in the World 2020 report finds democracy on the decline around the world but specifically accuses the Modi government of “taking Hindu nationalism to the next level.”