Tibetans in India Join the Global Climate Strikes to Bring Attention to Their Burning Homeland
The community lives with the prospect of losing their homes forever, not just to political oppression but also the severe effects of climate change.
Pakistan Authorities Promise a Bounty of over $600 to Those Who Snitch on Litterers
Sindh minister Saeed Ghani is asking potential whistleblowers in Karachi to film people while throwing garbage, and WhatsApp their identification to the authorities.
In India, Giving a Woman the Middle Finger Can Land You in Jail
In the most recent case, a man is facing jail time of up to three years and a fine after being charged by his sister-in-law. But this is not the first time.
Transgender People Tell Us Why India's Newly Proposed Rape Laws are Discriminatory
The fact that punishment for rape against cis-gendered women is more than seven years, but for the trans community, it ranges from six months to two years, has led to the #RapeIsRape campaign.
Cops Arrest Indian Teenager for ‘Kidnapping’ Her Lesbian Partner After Charges Are Laid by Father
The minor "victim" said that the two had known each other for almost two years, and considers the accused as her “husband”.