The 4-Month-Old Organisation That Beat Indian-Origin Right-Wingers to Times Square Ad Space Last Week
AMPAKCares came alive in April by organising Ramadan feasts, moved to COVID-19 fundraising before pivoting towards Kashmir-related activism.
Changes made by the Indian government to Jammu and Kashmir’s domicile and land laws could end up changing the region’s identity.
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.
Jails in politically sensitive states such as Assam and Kashmir are reporting huge spikes. Many testing positive are critics of the Indian government and its controversial policies.
For long, they’ve been blamed for making the relationship between the two countries worse.
We spoke to the Gen Z group that pulled off the comments spam to understand this new wave of online dissent.
For Indians living on $1.90 a day, a forced lockdown is a death sentence.
The campaign uses hashtags like #CoronaJihad, #CrushTablighiSpitters, #MuslimMeaningTerrorist, and #BioJihad to spread misinformation on platforms like Facebook and Twitter.
India is one week into a massive nationwide lockdown, but new coronavirus cases are spiking.
Disturbing videos are circulating of police officers beating and humiliating people who they believe have violated the new nationwide lockdown.
India is locked down, but some doctors are getting locked out.
Violent clashes between rival groups over a citizenship law suggested “this could go down a pretty dark path,” said one expert.