A girl waves the Indian flag as she shouts slogans at a protest site in the Shaheen Bagh neighbourhood of New Delhi on January 21. Photo: AP A girl waves the Indian flag as she shouts slogans at a protest site in the Shaheen Bagh neighbourhood of New Delhi on January 21. Photo: AP
A girl waves the Indian flag as she shouts slogans at a protest site in the Shaheen Bagh neighbourhood of New Delhi on January 21. Photo: AP
Akanksha Singh
Opinion

Opinion

Akanksha Singh

Amnesty International’s halting of operations in India highlights the dangers of dissent

  • The government’s targeting of the human rights NGO is part of an ongoing campaign that has also involved the arrest of activists, intellectuals and journalists, and is a sign of how bad things have become

A girl waves the Indian flag as she shouts slogans at a protest site in the Shaheen Bagh neighbourhood of New Delhi on January 21. Photo: AP A girl waves the Indian flag as she shouts slogans at a protest site in the Shaheen Bagh neighbourhood of New Delhi on January 21. Photo: AP
A girl waves the Indian flag as she shouts slogans at a protest site in the Shaheen Bagh neighbourhood of New Delhi on January 21. Photo: AP
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