Opponents of an amended citizenship law in India fear that it can be exploited to disenfranchise minorities in the country. Our reporter went to the state of Uttar Pradesh to find out more.
India's Citizenship Amendment Act, which sparked deadly protests over fears it discriminates Muslims, will not be suspended. PM Modi's government has four weeks to respond to legal challenges ahead of the next hearing.
India's women have taken the lead in speaking out for people who will be affected by a controversial citizenship law. Although they are often targets of violence, they say the protests will continue.
On the 70th anniversary of India's constitution taking effect, the far-right Brazilian president was given an honorary title in New Delhi. Protests against a new citizenship law continued amid Republic Day celebrations.
A 71-year-old tourist has said she was asked to fly home after taking part in rallies against a new Indian citizenship law. A German student also left the country this week as protesting violates India's visa rules.
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