Hundreds of protestors marking the venues visited by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, but not a word of it appeared on Indian television
Days after an NGO claimed it had projected an image of the Indian Prime Minister holding a sword against the backdrop of a swastika on the Palace of Westminster, British MP Bob Blackman said no permission was sought by the NGO to stage the protest
Evangelicals in India are calling on Christian leaders in the UK to pressure the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit this week to intervene to help persecuted Christians in India
Narendra Modi is one of the world’s most divisive political figures, and yesterday he arrived in the UK.
Protestors have called for a boycott of a pro-Modi rally in London as anger grows over the Indian prime minister’s response to the rise of sectarian violence in his country.
What exactly is extremism? For most of us, we see it in the rants of radicals such as Anjem Choudhury or the marches of the English Defence League or Pegida
Hundreds of writers including Salman Rushdie, Hari Kunzru and Ian McEwan have called on David Cameron to address the “rising climate of fear” in India
The world’s most revered medical journal – “The Lancet” has lambasted prime minister Narendra Modi for ignoring India’s health sector and has warned that India is on the verge of a collapse
Secular India, horrified and aghast over the brutal murder of Mohammad Akhlaq on trumped up charges of eating beef, has come out strongly against this violent expression of intolerance