While the media spotlight is on the coronavirus, India’s anti-terror law is randomly being used to target people in the country.
Neither the leaders of India, Pakistan nor Afghanistan have shown the domestic urgency or the regional diplomacy required to tackle the spread of Covid-19.
The creation of Jammu and Kashmir Apni Party (Our Party) is the first major political development since August 5, when India scrapped the region of its semi-autonomous status.
The Hindu right wing reaps political dividends from the strategy of pre-planned 'rioting' against Muslims with state-assured impunity.
More than 40 people were killed in communal rioting in the Indian capital with several accounts of police turning a blind eye to the violence.
Mosques, targeted by far-right Hindu mobs in riot-hit neighbourhoods of capital New Delhi, opened for weekly Friday prayers, as police arrested over 500 in connection with religious violence.
With at least 23 people dead and more than 180 wounded, the rioters aren't even sparing journalists who are being attacked or confronted and asked whether they are Hindus or Muslims, as they report on the Delhi riots.
What started as clashes between opponents and supporters of India's citizenship law quickly turned into communal riots. At least 20 people were killed, 189 people injured, dozens with gunshot wounds, in two days of riots.
Clashes between opposing groups of protesters in New Delhi left 13 people killed and over 150 injured, overshadowing US President Donald Trump's first visit to India.
Protests have frequently broken out against a law that offers a path to citizenship for minorities excluding Muslims, leaving at least 30 people killed in clashes with police. Critics say the law discriminates against Muslims.
Policeman killed, 35 people wounded during "communal" riots over contentious "anti-Muslim" citizenship law, ahead of US President Trump's arrival in New Delhi as part of two-day visit.
US President Trump heaps praise on PM Modi in front of a crowd of around 100,000 in western Gujarat state. Meanwhile, fresh clashes rage in New Delhi in protests over contentious citizenship law ahead of Trump's visit to capital.
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