Religious clashes have broken out between the majority Hindu and minority Muslim communities during religious processions in several parts of the country in recent weeks.
Clashes between Muslims and Hindus have broken out in a suburb of New Delhi during a Hindu festival, following last week's violence between the religious groups.
Fresh data from the World Health Organization showed that every corner of the globe is dealing with air pollution, although the problem is much worse in poorer countries.
Nearly a dozen unions have organised a nationwide two-day strike, with universal security coverage and an increased minimum wage on the list of demands.
Wang Yi will meet his Indian counterpart Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, Indian officials say without giving further details, days after Wang's remarks on disputed Kashmir at the OIC summit enraged New Delhi.
Pakistan called for clarifications from India over its safety mechanism to prevent accidental missile launches, and whether it was appropriately handled by its armed forces.
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.
With a limited number of attendees present due to the coronavirus pandemic, the parade displayed the country's military prowess, tradition, and culture.
The US-China rivalry will force Islamabad to continue focusing on geostrategy.
The Hindu right has brazenly launched a multi-pronged attack, simultaneously targeting Christians, Muslims and other minorities along with anyone who speaks against the BJP regime.
In addition to the Hindutva ideology, the demonisation of Muslims is a useful distraction for those in power.
India's pollution board told states and local bodies to fully get ready to close schools, impose odd-even restrictions on private cars' number plates, and stop all construction.
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