Lawyers and journalists in Tripura arrested for revealing government complicity in communal violence
After an outbreak of communal violence, the police have invoked the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act to block further investigations.
Victory for the farmers: Modi repeals the agricultural laws
After over a year of protests, India’s farmers have finally been heard.
Ten reasons why Modi must resign: Part two
A group of Indians in London have issued a list of ten reasons why it’s time for Narendra Modi to resign. It’s a clear summary of the key problems in India today.
Ten reasons why Modi must resign: Part one
The Modi regime has undermined the real achievements of the past 75 years.
Shashi Tharoor was hounded for years by the CBI. His crime? Belonging to the political opposition
The CBI has become a tool of the political rulers. When Congress was in power, it pursued members of the BJP. Today, it is used against Congress. What has become of institutional neutrality?
Cow vigilantism has no place in a secular India
Every year, people in India are killed in the name of cow protection.
Could a two-child policy work in India?
The Uttar Pradesh government is proposing a legislation to discourage couples from having more than two children.
Failed institutions: How the 2019 elections broke the Election Commission
Free and fair elections are the central pillar of democracy. But do we still trust the Election Commission to be neutral?
Democracy in danger: the BJP government uses Pegasus spyware for illegal surveillance
The Indian government has been spying on its political rivals and other critics – including activists, lawyers, and journalists – using some of the world’s most advanced spyware.
The judicial murder of Stan Swamy
India is the only country in the world that locks up its grandfathers on charges of terrorism. The government must be held accountable for his death.
The CBI has become a tool of the BJP
The CBI has never, in all its history, convicted anyone from the ruling government.
India: election loss in West Bengal may be start of a backlash against Modi's handling of COVID crisis
BJP chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath, recently issued threats to seize property of those spreading “rumours” about oxygen shortage. “There is no shortage of beds, oxygen and life-saving drugs in the state,” he said.