In a Punjabi town, known as an ‘oasis of tolerance’, demonstrators use history to give substance to solidarity.
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Activists, journalists, lawyers and academics are concerned that free speech in India is deteriorating.
Muslim meat traders say they are being targeted as the Hindu nationalist BJP closes slaughterhouses in Uttar Pradesh.
‘The law of mobs is always there,’ says one student, describing racist attacks on Africans in Greater Noida.
As India and Israel become closer, Palestinians in India say they hope New Delhi will continue to support their cause.
For girls and women from the Perna caste, entering the sex trade is a normal next step after marriage and childbirth.
From hospital wards to skinning fields, India’s Dalit cattle skinners share stories of abuse and fears for their future.