Inside Story

Can religious violence in India be contained?

Tension is running high in India over Prime Minister Narendra Modi's controversial citizenship law.

United States

Another US city passes resolution against India's citizenship law

After Seattle, resolution by Cambridge city council in Massachusetts asks India to repeal the Citizenship Amendment Act.

Another US city passes resolution against India's citizenship law

India

Did Delhi voters reject Modi's divisive politics?

AAP's development agenda gets a thumbs up, as voters seem to have rejected right-wing BJP's divisive politics.

In Delhi, Kejriwal's pro-poor policies strike a chord with voters

India

New Delhi exit polls predict defeat for Modi's BJP

Aam Aadmi Party to score a hat-trick in national capital, while right-wing BJP may improve 2015 tally, predictions say.

Incumbent AAP set to crush Modi's BJP in New Delhi: Exit polls

The Listening Post

Are the loudest voices on India's airwaves normalising hate?

Indian TV anchors are in attack mode against critics of the ruling party. Plus, blackface in the Arab world.

Asia

India says no plans yet to prepare citizenship registry

The Hindu nationalist government says it is still weighing whether to roll out nationwide NRC amid continuing protests.

India

Why Indian film star Rajinikanth is facing criticism in his state

Controversial remark by the top actor about anti-caste icon Periyar Ramaswamy causes furore in Tamil Nadu state.

Why Indian film star Rajinikanth is facing criticism in his state

India

India's governing party picks new president

Jagat Prakash Nadda, a close aide of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, will replace Amit Shah as party chief.

India's governing party BJP picks JP Nadda as president

Religion

Hardline Hindus protest huge Jesus statue in India's Karnataka

Hindus linked to ruling BJP rally against planned statue that will rival Rio de Janeiro's Christ The Redeemer for size.

Hardline Hindus protest huge Jesus statue in India's Karnataka

Bharatiya Janata Party

India's BJP loses polls in Jharkhand where lynchings killed many

BJP's loss of the state it ruled since 2014 seen as a setback for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's policies.

India's BJP loses polls in Jharkhand where lynchings killed many

Sexual assault

Indian court hands life term to ex-BJP legislator for raping teen

Sengar, expelled by the BJP earlier this year, was convicted under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act.

Indian court hands life term to ex-BJP legislator for raping teen

Asia

India top court refuses to stop citizenship law's implementation

Supreme Court postpones hearing of pleas challenging constitutionality of new law that has sparked massive protests.

India top court refuses to stop citizenship law's implementation

Asia

Protests rage in India for fourth day over citizenship law

Protesters torch 15 buses on an expressway in West Bengal state, holding up traffic for several hours, police said.

Protests rage in India for fourth day over citizenship law

Inside Story

Are the foundations of India's secular democracy crumbling?

Gov't says the controversial citizenship bill will protect minorities, critics say it discriminates against Muslims.

Education

As India's JNU protests fee hike, poor students fear for future

Amid agitation over proposed hike in hostel and other fees, less-privileged students say they may have to quit studies.

As India's JNU protests fee hike, poor students fear for future