Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB)
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

Despite bloodshed, Indians continue to resist discriminatory citizenship law

Today was the bloodiest day in the course of the protests so far with 15 killed in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh by police firing

Indians rise in anger against discriminatory citizenship law

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

Indian students unite in solidarity against police brutality

After the police crackdown wherein over 100 students were injured, students from across the country are rising up in protest against the police brutality

EXPLAINED: What Really Happened in Jamia?

In the afternoon of December 15, news broke about violent clashes between youths and students protesting against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the police in Delhi’s Jamia area.

‘Your batons can only break our bones, not our spirit of resistance’

Delhi police brutally attacked the students of Jamia Millia Islamia University who were protesting against the discriminatory Citizenship (Amendment) Act

Delhi police brutality and repression Police brutality against students in Delhi hits a new low

Several journalists were also injured in the baton charge and tear gas deployment

Protests against CAB Indian state cracks down on protests against discriminatory citizenship law

Four people have already been killed by police in protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act, seen by many as a step towards establishing India as a Hindu majority country

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