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.
While many in the Hindi film industry say the accusations have a political agenda to malign the filmmaker's image, there are concerns about not believing the survivor.
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.
Dozens of protesters gathered outside the Chinese embassy on Friday to condemn the persecution of Uyghurs in Xinjiang.
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
The flooding exposed how vulnerable the nuclear systems are to extreme weather events.
Fourteen demonstrators were killed as thousands of young people took to the streets demanding the resignation of President Keita following accusations of election fraud.
After Two Separate Vehicle Mishaps, Indian Gangster Vikas Dubey And His Aide Killed in Police 'Encounters'
Five aides of the gang leader were also killed in separate encounters ever since they killed eight policemen last week.
Wearing party hats and holding balloons, Filipinos rallied against a looming law that would allow the government to charge its critics as terrorists.