Scientists and gardeners have restored wetlands in Delhi. These areas are now a paradise for birds. They also help protect Delhi from flooding along the Yamuna river and improve the quality of the groundwater.
The Indian Supreme Court ruled last week that the internet blackout in Kashmir was illegal. Residents are hopeful that the internet will be restored, but remain angry over lost time and income. Gowhar Geelani reports.
As protests against a controversial bill broke out across India, officials in parts of the country have banned people from meeting up in groups. But sporadic demonstrations continued.
In order to keep demonstrations against a new citizenship bill in check, India's government has shut down phone and internet lines. Blocking communications networks to control citizens is a popular tactic worldwide.
India has reversed a decision to allow text messages in Kashmir after a truck driver was killed by militants. Although a two-month communications lockdown has been partially lifted, most services remain cut.
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