Cows are considered divine and protected in India. But a deadly disease is killing thousands of them.
Billionaire Gautam Adani, who is friends with India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi, announced the acquisition of nearly 30 percent of NDTV.
The suspected attackers have been arrested, and police are treating the crime as an act of terror.
The state-backed demolition of Afreen Fatima’s home has come to symbolise the widespread disenfranchisement Muslims are feeling in India right now.
“The people who are supposed to protect us are hurting us.”
The warning comes after a recent conference where hundreds of religious leaders swore to kill India’s 204 million Muslims.
The announcement has been hailed as a victory for India’s struggling farmers.
From calling Greta Thunberg “a spoilt brat” and Rihanna a “porn singer,” to urging her country’s leader to go gangster on his haters, Kangana Ranaut is one of India’s most controversial rabble-rousers.
On a record-breaking day, the Indian government claimed it vaccinated 25 million people against COVID-19 to celebrate the prime minister’s birthday.
The Indian state of Manipur has a massive ambulance shortage, which makes the government’s move even more absurd.
Apart from the millions of Indians who depend on the river, the Ganges is also home to critically endangered dolphins and crocodiles.
India gave away 58 million vaccines to 65 countries at the beginning of this year. Indians are now struggling to get vaccinated themselves.