Sneha Kale, a 28-year-old transgender woman who is running for office in Mumbai. Photo: Chandni Gajria

Amid the heat and dust of India’s elections, transgender woman Sneha Kale from Mumbai is making history

  • Sneha Kale is contesting one of the six parliamentary seats in Mumbai – the first transgender person to run in the city’s parliamentary elections
Topic |   India

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Sneha Kale, a 28-year-old transgender woman who is running for office in Mumbai. Photo: Chandni Gajria
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A still from the Bharatiya Janata Party’s 'My first vote to the one, one and only one who has got everything done’. Source: YouTube

India elections: Modi’s BJP and opposition put the beat down with hopes hip-hop will sway first-time voters

  • About 85 million young people will be eligible to vote for the first time in this year’s Indian elections
  • As home-grown rap music takes the airwaves by storm, could hip-hop help the country’s politicians connect with the younger generation?
Topic |   Asia elections

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A still from the Bharatiya Janata Party’s 'My first vote to the one, one and only one who has got everything done’. Source: YouTube
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