India's shifting alliances means border disputes in its neighbourhood now come with higher stakes.
The time to prepare was yesterday; today may already be too late.
The muzzling of critical media and suspending labour laws are all worrying signs for Indian democracy.
While the media spotlight is on the coronavirus, India’s anti-terror law is randomly being used to target people in the country.
India's lockdown has disproportionately hurt the country's most vulnerable.
The ongoing brutality in New Delhi dubbed 'communal violence' is the live unfolding of a pogrom against Muslims.
New Delhi spends millions ahead of US President Trump's tour, but experts say the visit may temporarily distract Indians from slumping economy and protests over controversial citizenship law without offering much substance for either country.
This is the first real, widespread challenge to its policies the BJP has faced.
From Prime Minister Narendra Modi down to the average citizen, the scourge of fake news is ravaging India's public discourse.
Millions of Indian workers protest PM Narendra Modi's economic policies in demonstrations called by 10 trade unions that claim 250 million members between them.
Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) concededs defeat in the eastern state of Jharkhand, with an alliance of the main opposition Congress party and a regional bloc slated to take control of the resource-rich province.
The visit drew ire from rights activists and leaders of the opposition as the ruling BJP has barred foreign journalists and independent groups from visiting Kashmir, where a clampdown on dissent has continued since August 5.
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