It was not a long ago when protests against the new citizenship law in India sparked dramatic social and political movements.
Indian government has come under attack from politicians and activists for using civilians as "human shields” in the Indian-controlled Kashmir.
Former Indian foreign minister’s home was vandalised and set on fire by Hindu extremists, days after his new book, which drew a parallel between “Hindutva" and Daesh, sparked controversy.
Police in Bangladesh have fired tear gas and rubber bullets at thousands of protesters during the third consecutive day of street rallies against the desecration of the Muslim holy book, the Qur'an, at a Hindu religious festival in the Muslim-majority country.
Scores of Shia Muslims were injured and many more were arrested after the Indian forces resorted to batons to foil a mourning procession in the capital city of Indian-administrated Kashmir.
Multiple cities scrapped Canada Day celebrations on Thursday after the discovery of hundreds of remains of children in unmarked graves at former indigenous schools sparked a reckoning with the country's colonial past.
Prosecutors upgrade the charges facing a 20-year-old Canadian, who recently murdered four members of a Muslim family in a truck ramming attack in London, Ontario, from “murder” to “terrorism.”
The recent hate attack that took the lives of four members of a Muslim family and left a fifth one seriously injured has shaken Canada to its core and raised fears of similar attacks triggered by religious or racial bias, in a country known for its big immigrant population and ethno-cultural diversity.
United Nations (UN) war crimes judges have upheld a genocide conviction and life sentence against former Bosnian Serb military commander Ratko Mladic, known as the “Butcher of Bosnia.”
Parliament (Majlis) Speaker has urged collective parliamentary action on the part of members of the Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) regional body against Islamophobia.