Anchal Vohra

Anchal Vohra

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Indian students continue protests against citizenship law

Jamia Millia Islamia University is at the centre of demonstrations against controversial citizenship law recently passed by the Indian government.

Indian students continue protests against citizenship law

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Indian students allegedly linked to BJP assault activists

Students at one of India’s top universities say they have been beaten for protesting against a controversial new citizenship law.

Indian students allegedly linked to BJP assault activists

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India infant deaths: Rajasthan hospital draws national attention

Shortages, structural deficiencies at a public hospital in India blamed for death of nearly 1,000 infants last year.

India infant deaths: Rajasthan hospital draws national attention

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India protester shot in head driving outrage at police

He is one of at least 25 people killed since demonstrations began against government's new controversial citizenship law.

India protester shot in head driving outrage at police

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Rioting in India's Assam continues over 'anti-Muslim' law

Anger grows in Indian state of Assam over controversial citizenship law that excludes Muslims.

Rioting in India's Assam continues over 'anti-Muslim' law

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India's indigenous living in forests fight eviction orders

Politicians say the forests need to be protected, but critics say they are only protecting the business interests.

India's indigenous living in forests fight eviction orders

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India economic slowdown to exacerbate hunger crisis

Malnutrition in India is a chronic problem and degrading economy may make problem worse.

India economic slowdown to exacerbate hunger crisis

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New Delhi strives to combat 'apocalyptic' air pollution

The government has started a car rationing scheme to help curb pollution and distributed millions of masks so people can protect themselves.

New Delhi strives to combat 'apocalyptic' air pollution

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Indians in Kashmir 'live in fear' after killings of non-Kashmiris

Eleven non-Kashmiri workers have been killed in the past few weeks after the region's autonomous status was scrapped by the government in New Delhi.

Indians in Kashmir 'live in fear' after killings of non-Kashmiris

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India economy: Companies cut jobs as unions weakened

India bails out government-linked companies and clamps down on unions as workers face job cuts in worsening market.

India economy: Companies cut jobs as unions weakened

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India mob lynching: Vigilante victims seek justice

Analyst says mob feels police will not intervene and that there will be no prosecution.

India mob lynching: Vigilante victims seek justice

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India eases lockdown in Indian-administered Kashmir

Some respite for the people of Srinagar who have faced severe restrictions for weeks since the stripping of the region's autonomy.

India eases lockdown in Indian-administered Kashmir