Nadim Asrar

Nadim Asrar

India elections 2019

Modicare and Mohalla Clinics: Assessing India's two health models

As India's general election winds down, Al Jazeera reports on two most talked-about health initiatives in the country.

Modicare and Mohalla Clinics: Assessing India's two health models

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India's pollution is killing millions, yet it's not a poll agenda

Climate change appears in poll manifestos of leading parties for the first time, but experts say it's not enough.

India's pollution is killing millions, yet it's not a poll agenda

India elections 2019

The BJP's rise to political eminence lies in an old temple town

Al Jazeera travels to Ayodhya in northern India to trace the roots of the right-wing party's rise to power.

The BJP's rise to political eminence lies in an old temple town

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India votes in first of seven-phase general election

Elections held for 91 of 543 parliamentary seats across 20 states and federal territories.

India votes in first of seven-phase general election

India elections 2019

India elections: For the BJP, it's all about national security

The ruling party has projected PM Modi as defender of national security as India gears up for first phase of elections.

India elections: For the BJP, it's all about national security

India elections 2019

'Chargesheet' against Modi: Activists push 'people's agenda'

Days before India's crucial election, civil society groups organise mass demonstration near parliament.

'Chargesheet' against Modi: Activists push 'people's agenda'

Asia

In India, WhatsApp stirs up deadly rumours

Since April, more than two dozen people have been beaten to death by mobs across India over suspicions of abductions.

In India, WhatsApp stirs up deadly rumours

Arts & Culture

Hot and bothered: India's answer to Sex and the City stirs debate

Banned in Pakistan and slammed by right-wing groups, Veere Di Wedding is a box office hit, but is it a feminist feat?

Hot and bothered: India's answer to Sex and the City stirs debate