Al Jazeera visits Singhu outside New Delhi to meet the farmers who refuse to call off their nearly 10-month-old protest.
Analysts say Taliban’s takeover is a major setback for India, which cultivated close ties with the outgoing government.
Hundreds of Pakistani women who married former Kashmiri rebels now find themselves without a state.
Locals in region’s police or Indian security forces and their families being targeted, with police blaming the rebels.
Indian PM attacked after revelations that dozens of Indians were potential targets of snooping by Israeli-made spyware.
Legislation in Uttar Pradesh proposes to make people with more than two children ineligible for government jobs.
Critics say UAPA being used as ‘political weapon to silence’ activists and ‘demonise Muslims, Kashmiris as terrorists’.
Widespread condemnation of action against Muslim journalists for speaking out over assault on elderly man in Ghaziabad.
COVID Women Help is an initiative that helps widowed women financially and professionally.
India battles a new challenge in mucormycosis or ‘black fungus’, a rare disease with a high mortality rate.