Indian railway killer says he was ‘driven by hatred of Muslims’

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An Indian Railway Protection Force constable who shot dead four people on a train in the state of Maharashtra has said he was...

Anti-Muslim violence in India’s Haryana state claims five lives

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A curfew has been imposed in parts of Haryana state in northern India after five people were killed in two separate incidents of anti-Muslim...

Indian court bans Al Jazeera documentary on Muslim persecution

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A court in India has banned an upcoming Al Jazeera investigative documentary about hate crimes against Muslims committed by Hindu supremacists. Last week the Allahabad High...

Saudi Arabia and China boycott G20 meeting in occupied Kashmir

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China and Saudi Arabia have announced that they will boycott a G20 meeting to be staged in Indian-occupied Kashmir - the first such gathering since India...

Indian education authorities remove Mughal history chapter from textbooks

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Indian education authorities have deleted a chapter about Muslim Mughal rulers and references to the 2002 Gujurat massacre from school textbooks. The changes have been introduced by...

Ex Indian MP shot dead on live TV by suspects chanting Hindutva battle cry

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A former Muslim MP in India has been shot dead on live TV by men chanting the Hindutva battle cry “Jai Shri Ram.” Atiq Ahmed...

India orders YouTube and Twitter to block BBC Modi documentary

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India's Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has ordered YouTube and Twitter to take down links sharing the BBC documentary "India: The Modi Question," which reveals that an official...

Secret UK govt report found Modi ‘directly responsible for Gujurat massacre

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A BBC investigation has revealed for the first time that a secret UK government report found Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi "directly responsible" for...

Indian govt approved release of murderers who raped Muslim woman

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The Indian government approved the release of 11 men convicted and sentenced to life in prison for gang-raping a Muslim woman and murdering members of...

India recognises prostitution as a ‘profession’

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India's Supreme Court has ordered police to refrain from interfering and taking criminal action against consenting sex workers. The court added that "prostitution is a profession and...
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