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In India, protests over new citizenship bill as Muslims fear further persecution

A politician says the new citizenship amendment bill is a clear attempt to disenfranchise Muslims, and what happened in Nazi Germany will not be allowed in India.

11 Dec 2019 - 1:45PM

A politician says the new citizenship amendment bill is a clear attempt to disenfranchise Muslims, and what happened in Nazi Germany will not be allowed in India.

In India, protests over new citizenship bill as Muslims fear further persecution
The home schools teaching Kashmir’s unwritten history amid Indian lockdown

These volunteer schools offer a glimmer of hope to young people in the valley. Among the topics discussed are why students cannot go to their regular schools – and why they haven’t been able to see their friends for months.

3 Nov 2019 - 12:03PM

These volunteer schools offer a glimmer of hope to young people in the valley. Among the topics discussed are why students cannot go to their regular schools – and why they haven’t been able to see their friends for months.

The home schools teaching Kashmir’s unwritten history amid Indian lockdown
In India, Kashmir’s transgender community struggles to survive under the shadow of conflict

The curfew and internet blackout has robbed the marginalised group of much-needed support and contact, with many unable to leave their houses.

28 Sep 2019 - 3:21PM

The curfew and internet blackout has robbed the marginalised group of much-needed support and contact, with many unable to leave their houses.

In India, Kashmir’s transgender community struggles to survive under the shadow of conflict
In Kashmir, the Indian government is always watching

Constant surveillance, long a mainstay of New Delhi’s approach to managing the restive state, has whipped residents into near paranoia as drones fly over Friday prayers in mosques and police inspect journalists’ cameras.

8 Sep 2019 - 11:07PM

Constant surveillance, long a mainstay of New Delhi’s approach to managing the restive state, has whipped residents into near paranoia as drones fly over Friday prayers in mosques and police inspect journalists’ cameras.

In Kashmir, the Indian government is always watching