In this ground report, we spoke to families that were displaced due to the mob violence during the anti-Muslim riots in Delhi, India.
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.
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
More than 10 women students were admitted to the hospital with injuries to their private parts after the police baton-charged protesting students who were marching towards the parliament on Monday
Workers across India are going on strike on January 8, in what is perhaps the biggest such protest in history. We look at the key demands of the workers, as well as the policies of the far-right wing Narendra Modi government which have led to the workers coming to the streets.
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
India, which takes pride in being the largest democracy in the world, also has the highest number of internet shutdowns.
More than 20 people have been killed in past in police violence in past one week, as protests against CAA intensifies across India.
Police officials are accused of killing 17 civilians in Uttar Pradesh, where the government has unleashed terror in its attempt to quell the ongoing protests against the ruling far-right regime
This display of hubris shows how far the ruling far-right wing Bharatiya Janata Party and its leadership has become disconnected from the people
Protest marches were also organised across India, and according to reports, police in southern Indian city of Mangaluru opened fire at the demonstrators.
Hundreds of thousands of protesters have been taking to the streets in both major cities and smaller towns against the law that critics say, will end up turning Muslims into second-class citizens