Indian Congress declared the current Indian Chief of the Armed Staff, Bipin Rawat a leader of the governing Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday
New York-based Human Rights Watch criticised the police action and called on them to stop using unnecessary lethal force against demonstrators
Indian mobile carrier Bharti Airtel’s customer care on Thursday told customers it had suspended voice calls, SMS and internet services in parts of the Indian capital
Asad Malik, a lecturer in Jamia’s law department, said school officials had stood by the campus gates, checking ID cards to ensure only students entered the nearly 100-year-old public university amid the chaos on Sunday
The Modi government continues to curb and undermine the rights of minorities in accordance with the Hindutva Supremacist ideology, he said.
Protests rocked India Monday as anger grew over new citizenship legislation slammed as anti-Muslim, with six people dead in the northeast and up to 100 reported injured
police fired tear gas shells at the unarmed students, who were staging protests against the amended anti-Muslim Citizenship Act.
Violent clashes erupted in Delhi between police and thousands of university students on Friday protesting the enactment of the contentious new law
Amit Shah is a close associate of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, whose Hindu nationalist-led government is seen by critics as pushing an agenda that undermines the secular foundations of India’s democracy