This Civil Rights Group Fights Hate Crimes. Now, Its Members Are Being Arrested Under India’s Controversial Anti-Terror Law.
Former student leader Umar Khalid, a founding member of United Against Hate movement, has been arrested for his alleged role in violence that broke out in New Delhi in February this year.
Riot survivors are hospitalized and grieving days after Hindu nationalists attacked Muslims.
A survey by a dating website reveals that millennials value being together in the sheets rather than the streets.
The most downloaded mobile app in the country shaped a new youth culture. But now with young people leading the nationwide anti-CAA protests, the app content is radically transforming.
“What governments aim by enforcing internet shutdowns is often to prevent people from coming together and protesting, which is totally unconstitutional.”
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.
"They have to deal with pooping inside a pressurized space suit. That's where NASA is spending their money.”
This morning, Hillary Clinton wins the Puerto Rico primary, civilians trying to flee Fallujah have been killed by ISIS, a surprise Kanye gig in NYC had to be canceled after thousands of fans shut down the East Village, and more.
This tiny carrier molecule can deliver drugs past the blood-brain barrier that could only be injected directly before.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has had a busy few weeks after it was forced to disclose a dossier of emails showing the lengths it had gone to in the immediate aftermath of Fukushima to downplay the risk of a similar catastrophe happening in the US.
In America, you need a license to drive, but apparently not to run a nuclear reactor. Entergy Corp. is slated to become the first company in history to operate a reactor without a license this fall. The energy corporation’s rogue reactor is located at...