A collection of ground reports and stories from all parts of India that do not find a voice in the mainstream media.
Hindus, who have been outnumbered in the area, are living in fear of future violence by the Islamist mob.
All that remains of Trilochan today are his memories, which Supurdih holds dear.
The most comprehensive ground report on Kathua case you would’ve read so far.
In India, Rohingyas are nothing but illegal immigrants and must be treated as such.
A closer look at the Niti Aayog Public Health report tells a different story.
Chennai Metro will be able to save Rs 75 lakh a year through purchase and consumption of solar power.
A court battle for ‘gender justice’ at the dargah has thus begun, amid resistance from the management and devotees.
One is tempted to ask if Subrahmanyam Saderla’s plight is symbolic of a Dalit in today’s India.
Gau rakshaks not only have to fight the powerful beef mafia but also the narrative which English media has created.
“There was and there is, little place for the sentiments of non-Muslims.”
Why has the situation in Punjab been conspicuously missing from mainstream media coverage?
Justice and a decent life still eluding Sanjay Kumar’s family.
This is how the classmates of a law student is Uttar Pradesh are getting exposed to minorityism.
The big question is why the police was not invoking POCSO in heinous crimes such as this.
The candidate in this segment is largely unimportant. It’s the brand equity of the party leadership that matters.
Villagers up in arms against cow thieves after the murder of an unarmed farmer; Police unable to provide protection
If the mainstream media deliberately tried to suppress this gruesome story, it did a good job of it.
A conflict is brewing in New Delhi suburbs. Does anyone care?
Shop owners in the area are stunned by the brazen attack on the Chowk Bazaar lassi shop.
The complainants have identified one of the attackers as their neighbour, Laddu Alam, son of Firoze Alam.
With little support from community, the girl’s family struggles to get justice.
A most gruesome murder in Rampur Bela village (UP), of a victim, who the family says, had no enemies.
Man lynched to death for complaining about his minor daughter’s kidnapping.
Naxalbari has shed its ‘red’ past and seems to have embraced saffron and BJP.
Since independence, millions of Hindus have fled erstwhile East Pakistan, and now Bangladesh, escaping persecution.
The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill which would have corrected a grave injustice has now lapsed.
While Assam has, of late, started cracking down on such madrassas, Bengal continues to live in denial.
Smart fencing along a stretch of the porous India-Bangladesh border is helping to stop infiltration attempts.
Why Babul Supriyo looks set for a second term from Asansol.
Khan’s Muslim neighbours object to his reading Hindu religious texts, something he has been doing for four decades.
Savarkar is controversial; this is an election ploy by ABVP. DU students oppose ABVP’s installation of three busts.
Just like Gandhis, Hoodas too would rather bury the Congress in Haryana than play second fiddle to anyone else
To receive and register one lakh calls requires a 2000-strong BPO office. Is there one? And who is paying the bill?
The Balti oral tradition of songs is now finding expression and celebration in the videos of Sherine Fatima Balti.
From those looking for the best indigenous horses to the best cattle, this temple fair has it all.
To achieve a simple majority in Bengal assembly, the BJP needs to win over Bengali Hindus in the urban areas.
A permanent police booth near the temple and round-the-clock CRPF deployment seem to tell a different story.
Heavy rains and their impact on standing crops, water table and forecasting monsoons.
Even Islamic nations have rules in place for animal slaughter. Muslims must remember that.
After this law, a person in Rajasthan can be jailed for trying to protect himself or his cattle from cow smugglers
Finally the NIA has been able to get a conviction for a potential terrorist who was planning to join ISIS from Kerala
There is a lesson for others here: on harnessing the power of numbers to further increase your strength.
Kanchipuram Athi Varadar darshan is precious because it happens only once in forty years.
Here are some of the measures recommended for those whose claims for inclusion in the NRC are finally rejected.
Farmers, policemen and saadhus are being killed by the beef mafia. Is there anyone to outrage about this?!
The M4 gang’s demonisation of the harmless Hindu greeting is a result of nothing but imaginary fear.
A Kerala students’ union, favouritism in government recruitment, and a stabbing to spark-off this expose!
The inspiring stories of Anand Kumar’s students. A ‘New India’ from the rural and not-so-privileged Bharat.
The benign Indian cow has now caught the eye of the Bangladeshi smuggler.
Meet the victims of illegal beef industry
It has become a regular feature for college students in Chennai to resort to violence.
Will the police take any action? Going by its past record, it seems unlikely.
With a little encouragement from the centre farmers can be coaxed to grow crops that help overcome national shortage.
Only after SC commission rap, was a ‘compromised’ Amethi police jolted into action.
The grand design is to eliminate insurgency and create a favourable ground to take it forward.
Cattle smugglers have a field day, despite Haryana being governed by ‘cow worshippers’.
Can banks show the rule book to the Customs Department to get back bonds executed on behalf of jewellery exporters?
The family blames the police for their loss
The temporary cow shelters created by the state administration seem to have pushed the issue out of public attention.
In Mantola, the minority Hindus lack in resources and live in fear.
This is what a visit to villages of western UP revealed about the stray cattle ‘menace’.
Remember the gruesome video of a man stabbing another in New Delhi, which went around on social media recently?
The Friday prayers organised in Noida area are a clear violation of a 2009 Supreme Court order.
The murder as usual has failed to elicit enthusiastic coverage by an otherwise ‘progressive’ media
This is about a case in western Uttar Pradesh’s Incholi tehsil, some 100 kilometres from New Delhi.
Delhi-based media is missing a movement rumbling beneath the seemingly calm surface of Uttarakhand.
With no aid from police, victims of cattle theft are left at the mercy of the thieves themselves
The average Alwar resident is not happy with the present state government.
Nainar Nagendran appears to have motivated the BJP cadre in Ramanathapuram to go for an energised campaign.
The US International Religious Freedom report makes little sense; the Indian government views it as an intrusion.
Mandatory linking of the Aadhaar to the ration card has made rural India only more hassled.