Zeenat Saberin

Zeenat Saberin

India

Twitter's Jack Dorsey under fire after skipping India meet

BJP members accuse Twitter of '100 percent leftist bias' but others say 'no data' backs claims right wing is targetted.

Twitter's Jack Dorsey under fire after skipping India meet

India

'What use is a degree if I sell eggs?': The job crisis under Modi

As elections loom, Prime Minister Modi has been accused of creating India's worst unemployment crisis in 45 years.

'What use is a degree if I sell eggs?': The job crisis under Modi

India

Rural spending gets priority in India's interim budget for 2019

Ahead of May's general election, budget brings tax cuts for the middle class and a farmer income scheme.

Rural spending gets priority in India's interim budget for 2019

Asia

India's mega Kumbh festival gets BJP boost ahead of election

Billed as the world's biggest gathering of humanity, the eight-week festival begins in Uttar Pradesh's Prayagraj city.

India's mega Kumbh festival gets BJP boost ahead of election

India

Two Indian opposition parties unite to challenge PM Narendra Modi

Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party announce their alliance ahead of India's general election in spring.

Two Indian opposition parties unite to challenge PM Narendra Modi

Asia

India's CBI chief fired 48 hours after being reinstated by court

A panel led by PM Modi sacks Alok Verma - a step critics say will undermine the autonomy of investigating agency.

India's CBI chief fired 48 hours after being reinstated by court

Asia

India plans job quotas for upper caste poor as election nears

BJP moves constitution amendment bill in parliament to reserve 10 percent of government jobs for the privileged group.

India plans job quotas for upper caste poor as election nears

India

Indians, Afghans react to Trump’s ‘Afghan library’ dig at PM Modi

US leader's bid to undermine India's aid to Afghanistan annoys politicians and citizens in both South Asian nations.

Indians, Afghans react to Trump’s ‘Afghan library’ dig at PM Modi

India

Two Indian women enter Sabarimala temple in Kerala amid protests

Centuries-old ban on the entry of women of reproductive age breached at Kerala's Sabarimala temple.

Two Indian women enter Sabarimala temple in Kerala amid protests

India

India approves budget for first manned space mission in 2022

Three Indian astronauts will be sent to space by 2022, as part of India's ambitious Gaganyaan project.

India approves budget for first manned space mission in 2022

India

India: Opponents say Modi creating surveillance state

India's Home Ministry gives 10 government agencies new powers to monitor computers across the country.

India: Opponents say Modi creating surveillance state

India

Indian court convicts Sajjan Kumar over 1984 anti-Sikh riots

Senior leader of opposition Congress party sentenced to life imprisonment for 'criminal conspiracy'.

Indian court convicts Sajjan Kumar over 1984 anti-Sikh riots