India's right-wing government invoked a 'state emergency' law to ban the BBC documentary that holds Narendra Modi responsible for the 2002 riots, in which more than 2000 people were killed.
The documentary investigates claims that Narendra Modi was ultimately responsible for the anti-Muslim massacres in 2002.
In about a fortnight, two cases concerning abuse of women have rattled India, raising questions about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s women empowerment rhetoric.
The 11 convicts in the case of gang rape survivor Bilkis Bano were released from jail on August 15 after the authorities approved their appeal for “remission of sentence”.
Eleven convicts in the 2002 riots case of gang rape survivor Bilkis Bano have been released from jail after authorities approved their appeal for "remission of sentence".
The court also ordered life in prison for 11 others for the coordinated bomb blasts that killed over 50 people in the city of Ahmedabad.
The far-right Bharatiya Janata Party and its Hindutva ideology are becoming more deeply entrenched in the country’s south, with sinister consequences for Muslims and other minorities.
The Biden administration, whether aware or not, is aiding and abetting the reach and influence of Hindu nationalist groups through associated charity organisations.
In an extensive investigation that spanned six months, Amnesty International implicates Delhi's police force in the deadly riots that mostly affected India's Muslim minority.
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