The incident reveals a persistent anti-Indian, and a broader anti-religious, prejudice.
Report calls the situation of Hindus “informal apartheid,” as rapes and abductions continue.
A Supreme Court case about the Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church raises concerns among Catholics too.
India is witnessing the largest protests in the 21st century. Activist Premi Singh offers his passionate version of what is happening.
Vigilante Hindu organizations, including one founded by the current Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, use a network of spies to prevent interfaith marriages.
A new law, based on the myth that Muslims are waging a “love jihad,” may also affect Christians and members of other minorities.
Not coincidentally, border tensions with India are accompanied by a renewed campaign against Indian religious and spiritual movements active in China.
“What’s happening in Ladakh is the repetition of what happened to Tibet 60 years ago,” says the president of the Central Tibetan Administration.