While Covid-19 misinformation is as rampant as the virus, some countries have their own distinct disinformation ecosystems.
Shared Indo-US strategic concerns over China will continue to deepen security cooperation, but the Modi government might not get the free ride on domestic affairs it enjoyed during the Trump era.
The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights calls on Delhi to re-think its laws and policies in order to protect human rights activists.
The alliance says it wants India to return to the people of Kashmir the rights they held before August 5, 2019.
Imran Khan’s national security advisor says Islamabad has concrete evidence showing New Delhi’s link with the attack, one that left 144 children dead.
The incident has once again shone a spotlight on the discrimination enabled by the Hindu caste system.
The acquittal of 32 people means the destruction of the mosque will go unpunished, and to add insult to injury, a temple will likely be built in its place.
India has frozen the rights group's bank accounts, forcing it to let go of staff and pause all ongoing campaign and research work.
The Taj Mahal reopens to visitors on Monday in a symbolic business-as-usual gesture, even as India looks set to overtake the US as the global leader in coronavirus infections.
T Raja Singh, a regional legislator for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ruling party, has previously made headlines for reportedly saying that Muslim Rohingya refugees from Myanmar should be shot.
New Delhi’s decision to impose an abrupt lockdown caused economic damage but did little to stop the pandemic’s toll.
Mukherjee was president from 2012 to 2017, at the end of a long period when the Congress party held power. Before that, he had been minister of finance, defence and foreign affairs for three separate prime ministers.
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