Punjab and Haryana HC rebukes Punjab police for using racist slur while referring to African person in official documents
The court has asked the Punjab Director General of Police to notify instructions in order to ensure that offensive terms are not used while referring to black people.
6,000 Africans who fought for Islamic State could return home, pose national security threat, says African Union official
Up to 6,000 Africans who fought for the Islamic State (IS) jihadist group in Iraq and Syria could return home, the African Union's top security official warned
Peter Ngugi, 25, is on a 6,700-km cycling tour across India, in a bid to raise awareness about the racism Africans in the country experience | #FWeekend
Three African women and a man have been arrested by the NCB in Delhi for allegedly trying to smuggle out narcotic drugs worth Rs 70 lakh
If I were an African in Delhi or Bengaluru, I would be able to make a conclusion on whether many Indians are racist.
Attack on Nigerian students: Beyond emboldening skin-colour bias, hate crime is a sign of widening communal divide
If we feel that we are victims of white prejudice in places like America because we are brown-skinned how is the attack on the Nigerians any different?
Attacks on Nigerian students: It's time the police force demonstrates efficiency and offers protection to Africans
With the rise in the number of racial attacks on Indians abroad, it is imperative that the police in India, demonstrate inefficiency and expediency while handling security issues related to expats back home.
'Editing mistake': Air China withdraws magazine with racist comments about 'Indians, Pakistanis and black people'
China's flag carrier Air China, which is at the centre of a racism controversy, on Thursday withdrew its in-flight magazine that advised London visitors to be cautious in areas populated by "Indians, Pakistanis and black people" with the publisher apologising for the "editing mistake".
Around 30,000 Africans live in New Delhi and they face numerous humiliations from insults in the street to housing discrimination and even violent attacks
Emotion seems to have leaked into the political packaging and all the pundits underestimated that quotient in their estimates. Britons want Britain for the Brits.
Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj has written to seven states asking them to take quick measures on the issue of attacks on African nationals.
Two days after an Ola cab driver accused a group of Africans of assaulting him for refusing to allow more than four passengers in his vehicle, the Delhi police said it had identified the five accused but had no clue yet to their hideouts.
Telangana's DGP Anurag Sharma said that Africans in the state "can rest assured about their safety", adding there is "no racism here."
With attacks on African nationals continuing to hog limelight, the government promised strictest possible action if such assaults were found to be racist.
How do our Ministers so blithely assume that a bunch of goons attacking Africans is not racially motivated?
Bengaluru shame: In Gandhi’s India, black eye for black eye, kaala for kaala, Tanzanian for Sudanese!
It didn't matter to the attackers that the woman was in no way connected to the driver. Or that she was a Tanzanian, which is a separate country, some 2,100 kilometres from Sudan — the motherland of the aforementioned driver
But this is not a new problem we have. Let's not beat around the bush and accept Indians for what we really are: racists. And this latest video puts all arguments to rest.
Arvind Kejriwal today assured envoys of 30 African countries that his government is taking all steps to ensure that there is no discrimination against citizens of those countries living in Delhi.
Illegal homes mean Indian tenants would pay half the rent that the Ugandans pay. So unwelcome tenants stay, but remain unacceptable.