Facebook’s Role in 2019 Indian Elections Under Scrutiny After Allegations of its Link With the Ruling Party
An investigation alleging Facebook ignored its hate speech policies for Narendra Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party has prompted a debate on the social media giant’s role in Indian politics
After allegations of Facebook ignoring hate speech rules on posts by Bharatiya Janata Party politicians, Indian activist Saket Gokhale says the recent findings cast a shadow on the integrity of the last elections.
India’s Supreme Court ordered the translocation of the lions in 2013, but the country’s environment ministry and state of Gujarat have not yet complied.
Hindu nationalists paid for billboard space over Times Square last week celebrating the removal of Kashmir's autonomy. Simultaneously, another group ran ads flashing "Kashmiri Lives Matter".
Changes made by the Indian government to Jammu and Kashmir’s domicile and land laws could end up changing the region’s identity.
A year after its autonomy was revoked, Kashmir continues to be a mess of human rights violations.
Jails in politically sensitive states such as Assam and Kashmir are reporting huge spikes. Many testing positive are critics of the Indian government and its controversial policies.
For long, they’ve been blamed for making the relationship between the two countries worse.
Teens are spamming Prime Minister Modi’s Instagram with thirsty comments.
For Indians living on $1.90 a day, a forced lockdown is a death sentence.
The campaign uses hashtags like #CoronaJihad, #CrushTablighiSpitters, #MuslimMeaningTerrorist, and #BioJihad to spread misinformation on platforms like Facebook and Twitter.
India is one week into a massive nationwide lockdown, but new coronavirus cases are spiking.