Zeenat Saberin

Zeenat Saberin

India

India faces 'worst-ever' water crisis: report

Alarming study finds about 600 million Indians are facing high to extreme stress over clean water access.

India faces 'worst-ever' water crisis: report

Asia

The perils of being a journalist in Modi's India

Cases of Rana Ayyub, Barkha Dutt and Ravish Kumar, who are critical of the government, highlight lack of press freedom.

The perils of being a journalist in Modi's India

Asia

Celebrity chef Atul Kochhar in a soup for anti-Islam remarks

The Michelin-star chef faces criticism for his tweet saying 'Hindus have been terrorised by Islam for over 2000 years'.

Celebrity chef Atul Kochhar in a soup for anti-Islam remarks

India

Indian police arrest Dalit activists amid criticism

Arrests made in connection with clashes between lower caste Dalits and upper caste groups.

Indian police arrest Dalit activists amid criticism

India

An Iftar to heal religious divide in India

Ankit Saxena was killed by his Muslim girlfriend's family, but his father organises Iftar to bridge religious divide.

An Iftar to heal religious divide in India

Asia

Why are Indian farmers protesting?

Farmers from five states are demanding government intervention to help check dwindling farm income.

Why are Indian farmers protesting?

India

Narendra Modi's BJP party suffers setback in by-election

Ruling BJP party loses simple majority in the lower house of the Indian parliament as counting still under way.

Narendra Modi's BJP party suffers setback in by-election

India

Indian police accused of killing at least 11 protesters

Demand for investigation after demonstrators shot protesting against copper smelter pollution in southern India.

Indian police accused of killing at least 11 protesters

Asia

Modi meets Putin as India walks US-Russia tightrope

Indian PM traveled to Sochi to hold talks with Russia's Putin, with geopolitical issues on the agenda of summit.

Modi meets Putin as India walks US-Russia tightrope

Politics

In boost to Modi, India's BJP leads in Karnataka

BJP is leading in elections in Karnataka but fails to cross the halfway mark required to form a government.

In boost to Modi, India's BJP leads in Karnataka

Asia

Congress politician Shashi Tharoor charged over wife's death

Member of parliament from opposition Congress party charged with 'abetment to suicide' four years after wife's death.

Congress politician Shashi Tharoor charged over wife's death

Asia

India's Modi slammed for false claims as key vote nears

Prime minister faces accusations of distorting history during campaign speeches in Karnataka state.

India's Modi slammed for false claims as key vote nears