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Umar Lateef Misgar reports on an alleged victim of the policing crackdown in Kashmir: a school teacher who...

Mari Marcel Thekaekara reflects on the Easter Sunday...

Fiona Broom reflects on the legacy of the pioneering environmental journalist, Darryl D'monte, who passed...

A photo story by Faisal Magray explores the psychological toll of Kashmir’s decades-long conflict.

A photo story by Faisal Magray explores the psychological toll of Kashmir’s decades-long conflict.

The army is quashing a peaceful liberation movement in Pakistan, Suddaf Chaudry...

Can the country produce its own iconic Prime Minister? It desperately needs one, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara...

Nilanjana Bhowmick weighs up Modi's chances in the coming elections in India.

When the body bags reach the relatives, the biggest question remains, ‘Why?’ Mari Marcel Thekaekara writes...

Why are Indian men feeling unsafe? Nilanjana Bhowmick reacts to the 'unease' expressed by Indian men in...

Soni Sori, an award-winning human rights defender, speaks to Dilnaz Boga about fighting...

A prominent Indian intellectual and scholar is the latest activist being targeted by BJP statecraft, writes Tamsin...

An indigenous movement in Jharkhand is reminding the Indian authorities of their constitutional duty to protect tribal lands.

An indigenous movement in Jharkhand is reminding the Indian authorities of their constitutional duty to protect tribal lands...

Protestors attend a protest against what they say is anti-people policies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government, in New Delhi.

In Modi’s India, dissent is dangerous, writes Nilanjana Bhowmick.

Caught in the crossfire of state repression and guerilla fighters, Adivasi inhabitants of India’s ‘red...

Media independence in Pakistan is suffering, with the authorities using creative ways to silence journalists. Suddaf...

The daughters of Pakistani Christian woman Asia Bibi pose with an image of their mother while standing outside their residence in Sheikhupura located in Pakistan's Punjab Province November 13, 2010. Standing left to right is Esha, 12, Sidra, 18 and Eshum, 10. REUTERS/Adrees Latif

Aasia Bibi has just been acquitted for blasphemy charges. But Imran Khan’s government has now curtailed her human rights....

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