India gave away 58 million vaccines to 65 countries at the beginning of this year. Indians are now struggling to get vaccinated themselves.
Among the posts their government censored were images of cremations.
Overflowing graveyards, panic on the streets, cries for help: India is seeing an alarming rise in COVID-19 cases, and it can’t cope.
The hashtag #BoycottSpiderman is trending on social media.
Twitter is quaking after the Indian state of Gujarat announced it will rename the dragon fruit to the Sanskrit name “kamalam” because it resembles a lotus.
A mother of five is among the civilian casualties from cross-border shelling, as ceasefire violations hit record levels.
How an imaginary Hindu past is built on the cultural legacy of people it erases from the narrative.
Prashant Kanojia was arrested on August 18 this year. His wife, Jagisha Arora, says it is part of the crackdown on journalists.
India’s Muslims Fear Rise in Intolerance and Hate Crimes as Court Acquits All Accused in a Mosque Demolition
After a 28-year long legal battle over the role of senior leaders from India’s ruling party in razing a historic mosque, the court ruled that there was no concrete evidence of the demolition being pre-planned.
This is the latest in the series of curbs aimed at silencing human rights defenders in India. Activists are concerned about how far the government will go.
Indian lawyer and tech policy expert Sarvjeet Singh breaks down why the probe into Facebook’s alleged role in Indian politics is significant, and whether it would lead anywhere.
The game, inspired by Chrome's dinosaur runner one, mocks the government's lack of transparency and suggests it can get away with anything, even if it runs into hurdles.