Amit Shah
Six months of pandemic: Why India lost the battle

A brief timeline of the Narendra Modi Government’s action (and inaction) in India from the time World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 a ‘pandemic’ on March 11

Modi govt attempts to dilute Indian environment laws amid pandemic

India’s Narendra Modi government is seeking to introduce amendments to existing procedures that will weaken regulations to protect the environment

What has changed since Kashmir’s special status was revoked?

The last one year has been described by the people of Kashmir as one of utter distress and helplessness.

Why is govt. unable to control COVID-19 surge in India

More testing but weak contact tracing, and no protection to workers is causing the surge but the Indian government led by prime minister Narendra Modi is living in la-la land

COVID-19: Indian govt. failed to effectively use lockdown period

Newsclick’s Prabir Purkayastha talks about the trajectory of COVID-19 in India where there has been a steady increase is the number of cases.

Following pressure from doctors, India passes law to protect healthcare workers

The law was passed after the Indian Medical Association gave a call for protests against the rising attacks on and harassment of doctors who are treating COVID-19 patients.

Delhi riots: Survivors tell their stories

In this ground report, we spoke to families that were displaced due to the mob violence during the anti-Muslim riots in Delhi, India.

What sparked right-wing mob violence in Delhi?

The sectarian violence has been primarily targeted against Muslims who have been peacefully protesting against the discriminatory Citizenship (Amendment) Act since the past two months.

13 killed as right-wing mobs go on rampage in Delhi targeting anti-CAA protesters

Armed right-wing mobs are roaming around the city, beating up people, shouting inflammatory slogans and burning vehicles and property. The police have been accused of inaction and in many cases, collusion with the rioters

Indian workers fight back: 250 million people go on strike

Millions of Indians hit the streets today in support of the general strike and as part of nationwide coalition-building efforts to resist the policies of the right-wing Modi government

Nearly 200 Indian journalists have been attacked in five years, says study

A recent report says that of the 198 attacks on journalists since 2014 when the far-right Bharatiya Janata Party came to power, 36 have taken place in 2019 alone. There have been a number of attacks during the recent anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protests

People take to streets to challenge Modi’s bigoted, dishonest govt

The hundreds of thousands of people who are on the streets of India every day are not only angry about the divisive citizenship law but also the arrogance of the government and the disastrous way in which it has managed the economy

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