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Hindu Nationalist Groups Exploiting YouTube to Target Muslims, Women: Report

New Delhi: Social media has intensified religious intolerance in India, says a report by the NYU Stern Center for Business and Human Rights which highlights the...

Muslims in India face imminent threat of genocide: Experts at global summit on genocide

India’s 200 million Muslims are facing a dire and existential threat following genocidal calls given by powerful non-state actors closely linked with Prime Minister...

Principal made us choose between hijab and exam: Muslim students in Karnataka

As schools till Standard X reopened across Karnataka on Monday, thirteen Muslim girls of KPC school were denied exams and sent back home in...

Delhi Police summons Lucknow man in Clubhouse chat case targeting Muslim women

NEW DELHI:  Delhi Police has summoned an 18-year-old man from Lucknow to join probe in a case in which obscene and derogatory remarks were...

3 right wing Hindu men arrested for Clubhouse Chat on abusing women

Three people have been arrested by Mumbai Police during their ongoing investigation into abusive discussions on audio chat app Clubhouse. The three youths – Akash...

I don’t have a choice to remain silent: Safoora Zargar

For Safoora Zargar, a Muslim student leader, hardly a day goes by​ without online abuse from India’s right-wing trolls for her dissent against Modi’s Hindutva...

First arrest in Sulli Deals case: 25-year-old Aumkareshwar Thakur

Delhi Police Sunday arrested a Madhya Pradesh man Aumkareshwar Thakur who is the alleged creator of the application ‘Sulli Deals‘ – a GitHub App...

‘Prevent dehumanization of minorities’: 77 women lawyers write to CJI over Bulli Bai App

Signed by 77 women lawyers, a letter petition has been sent to the Chief Justice of India (CJI) NV Ramana, to take cognizance of...

In this Karnataka govt college, hijab, Urdu and greeting Salam are ‘banned’

By MEER FAISAL In Karanataka’s Government P.U College for Girls in Udupi, Muslim girl students are asked to stand outside classroom for wearing hijab. Students said...