More than 20 people have been killed in violent protests against a contentious new law. It gives illegal immigrants who have fled religious persecution a chance to apply for Indian citizenship - but only for non-Muslim refugees.
Protesters in Delhi's Shaheen Bagh neighborhood invited Modi to celebrate Valentine's Day with them. The invitation also featured a "surprise gift."
India's Prime Minister called a meeting with ministers to assess the ongoing protests over a controversial citizenship bill. So far at least 23 people have died, with the violent protests showing no sign of stopping.
India's Jawaharlal Nehru University is famous for its liberal environment and critical ethos. The attack by masked assailants on its students is an attempt to silence India's secular forces, says DW's Debarati Guha.
In an apparent landslide victory, a regional anti-corruption party has come out on top. The vote was seen as a referendum on PM Narendra Modi's policies — including a new citizenship law that excludes Muslims.
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