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8 Aug
Police said a mob stormed a Ganesh temple after the release of an 8-year-old Hindu boy accused of blasphemy. It is the latest attack against a religious minority in the Islamic republic.
16 Apr
India is recording huge jumps in daily coronavirus infections while facing vaccine and hospital bed shortages. Loosely enforced restrictions are being blamed for fueling the soaring infection rate.
14 Dec 2019
For the first time, India would use religion as a legal basis for determining nationality, if the bill passes the upper house too. It's part of the Hindu nationalist strategy promoted by Narendra Modi.
29 May 2019
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's reelection has alarmed many Indian Muslims, who believe that their political interests would continue to be undermined by the Hindu nationalist politician. Faisal Fareed reports.
3 Jan 2019
Indian police used tear gas and stun grenades in clashes against Hindu worshipers in the state of Kerala. The protesters are enraged that two women of child-bearing age had entered a temple of the celibate god Ayyappa.
30 Jul 2018
Hundreds of thousands of devotees across the country visited temples of Hindu god Shiva to offer prayers on the occasion of 'Sawan Somvar' (Monday in the month of monsoon) on Monday (July 30).
14 Apr 2018
Protests have broken out in India after eight Hindu men were arrested over the brutal rape and murder of an 8-year-old Muslim girl. Right-wing Hindu groups marched to demand their release, while counter-protesters demanded justice for women.

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