A year after the controversial revocation of Article 370, Kashmir continues to be under a security lockdown amid reports of across-the-board human rights violations.
In the region already numbed by decades of violence, a viral photo shared by Indian security forces has intensified tensions.
Not only does India import seven times more from China than it exports to it, it’s also heavily dependent on Chinese herbs to make medicines.
Military officials and experts explain why the use of primitive weapons, in the killings between Chinese and Indian soldiers, are intentional.
Companies are working to make your death machines zero-waste and eco-friendly.
Students in Delhi Tell Us How the Police Violence During Anti-CAA Protests Has Affected Their Mental Health
“I feel like I’m being followed all the time.”
Filmmakers Upamanyu Bhattacharyya and Kalp Sanghvi want to show that our cities are not going to be swallowed by the sea in one Hollywood-style mega-tsunami, but slowly through hundreds of smaller events.
The actor was criticised for snubbing a Pakistani activist who called her a hypocrite for her patriotic tweet during Indo-Pak tensions. This week, a Pakistani minister had called for the UN to revoke her Goodwill Ambassador status.
“Kashmir is misinterpreted and misunderstood so much, and there's this narrative that Kashmir is 'ours'. The conflict has been nationalised to such an extent that it's not about the individuals themselves who’re from the region.”
We spoke to five experts for their thoughts.
“All the deaths [of nature and humans] happening around us are because of the evildoing of these kinds of people.”
Albert Lores' photos capture the lives of people who have been forced to paint messages on their doors to avoid being bombed.