One of the sentences in a 2020/21 edition of the book, removed in the new edition, was that Gandhi "was convinced that any attempt to make India into a country only for Hindus would destroy India".
India's ruling BJP party members burn effigies of Pakistan Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari who called India's Hindu nationalist PM Narendra Modi "Butcher of Gujarat."
Some observers believe the Hindu right is pursuing a political strategy to target the Pasmandas, the most socio-economically oppressed class of Indian Muslims.
UN Human Rights Council asks New Delhi to take a tougher stance against gender and religious discrimination, including against Muslims, as countries review the South Asian country's human rights records.
Supreme Court orders police chiefs of two states and capital New Delhi to take action against hate speeches, "irrespective of the religion that the maker of the speech or the person who commit such act belongs to."
The king of Mysore was an Indian military genius and a just ruler. But he is now the target of the Hindu rightwing hellbent of rewriting history and portraying Muslim kings as evil.
Calls for justice grow after a video of policemen purportedly torturing nine Muslim men in western Gujarat state goes viral.
"This is nothing but prevention of the right to democratic protests against the central government's witch-hunt targeting PFI and is quite natural and expected under this autocratic system," says Popular Front of India.
Opposition party members are holding the rally, dubbed "Unite India Rally", from Kanyakumari town on the southern tip of India and will try to reach northernmost city of Srinagar in India-administered Kashmir in about 150 days.
Demonstrators in several states protest against release of Hindu men convicted of gang raping a pregnant Muslim woman during 2002 Gujarat state violence.
"The release of these convicts has taken from me my peace and shaken my faith in justice," says Bilkis Bano of 11 Hindu men convicted of 2002 crime and released by BJP-ruled western Gujarat state.
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".
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