Faiz Jamil

Faiz Jamil

Asia

India’s 'Big Brother' biometics project raises privacy concerns

Concerns arise over the world's biggest biometrics project and what it means for people's privacy.

India’s 'Big Brother' biometics project raises privacy concerns

Asia

India elections 2019: Caste divisions push Dalits to vote

A caste society divided by social class continues to play a role in India, especially at election time.

India elections 2019: Caste divisions push Dalits to vote

Asia

India's richest benefit from growing economy

Economists say the very top percentage of Indians are benefitting in this economic climate.

India's richest benefit from growing economy

Asia

India: Poverty and child malnutrition rife in West Singhbhum

This remote part of eastern India’s Jharkhand state where many tribal people live is rich in natural resources. Yet its people are some of the poorest in the country.

India: Poverty and child malnutrition rife in West Singhbhum

India elections 2019

Social media posts come under scrutiny ahead of India elections

The Election Commission is trying to curb fake news in India weeks before parliamentary elections begin.

Social media posts come under scrutiny ahead of India elections

Asia

India sees increase in violence by cow vigilantes

Taking matters into their own hands, how so-called cow vigilantes are undermining the rule of law in India.

India sees increase in violence by cow vigilantes

India

Kashmiri armed groups warn of more attacks in India

Rights advocates say they are not surprised young Kashmiris feel frustrated and become suicide bombers.

Kashmiri armed groups warn of more attacks in India

Asia

Kashmiris in India blame media for revenge attacks

After last week's attack in Indian-administered Kashmir, Kashmiris living in India say that both social and traditional media are driving violence against them.

Kashmiris in India blame media for revenge attacks

India

Devastating drought in India's Marathwada

A heat wave is searing western India with hundreds of millions of people affected by water shortages.

Devastating drought in India's Marathwada

Arts & Culture

Palestinian ideas of freedom take stage in India

Theatre groups from West Bank and India come together to share the idea of resistance to Israeli occupation.

Palestinian ideas of freedom take stage in India

Business & Economy

India's street vendors fearful for the future

Plan to regulate hundreds of thousands of vendors in bustling Delhi gives little hope to those it is said to protect.

India's street vendors fearful for the future

Asia

Deja vu in quake-ravaged Nepal

Tuesday's magnitude 7.3 quake was a taste of what Nepalis experienced during April's devastating earthquake.

Deja vu in quake-ravaged Nepal