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Last year, fireworks during Diwali plunged New Delhi into choking smog that lasted for days.
An offer for Indian passports has divided Tibet’s exile community.
Rumors later proved false have led to lynchings and increased violence between castes.
A daily commute in Mumbai, India’s financial capital, turned into a scene of horror.
At least 60 right-to-information advocates have been killed since 2005.
Madhumita Pandey’s doctoral research searches for the roots of these men’s beliefs.
Lankesh, a critic of far-right Hindu nationalism, was shot outside her home in Bangalore.
In northern India, a city is unraveling without its spiritual leader.
The violence erupted after followers of the leader of the Dera Sacha Sauda sect protested his rape conviction.
In rolling out biometric database, the government argued Indians had no right to privacy.