NASCAR: Federal investigation into rope found hanging in Bubba Wallace's garage was coincidence, may have been there since October
NASCAR has defended its reaction and insisted it would call the FBI again. A defiant Wallace said there is no confusion and the rope had been fashioned into a noose.
Protesting sedition charge against peers, TM Krishna, Romila Thapar among 180 signees on open letter to PM Modi
Among the 180 signatories are TM Krishna, Ranjit Hoskote, Romila Thapar, Mallika Sarabhai and Naseeruddin Shah, whose letter reads: 'More of us will speak every day. Against mob lynching. Against the silencing of people’s voices. Against the misuse of courts to harass citizens'.
Pehlu Khan murder: Acquittal of accused shocks Muslims, threatens to weaken community's faith in judiciary
Unlike political parties, the judiciary is not susceptible to the game of numbers; its powers do not flow from winning elections.
Arnab Goswami trends on Twitter for his 'high-pitched' questioning of Aparna Sen over letter to PM; social media divided over journalist's act
Journalist and Republic TV anchor Arnab Goswami on Wednesday conducted a prime-time debate on his channel on the issue of 49 prominent personalities writing a letter to the prime minister expressing concern over the rising number of hate crimes in the country including lynching.
India reported 218 hate crimes in 2018, UP tops chart, says Amnesty; cow violence, honour killings most common
Over 200 alleged cases of hate crimes were reported in 2018 against people from marginalised groups, especially Dalits, with Uttar Pradesh recording the highest number of such incidents for the third consecutive year, Amnesty India said in a new report on Tuesday.
US warning of communal violence ahead of LS polls worrying, but singling out India amid global rise of hate crime is a stretch
The US ODNI intelligence singling out India, warning communal violence ahead of General Election to Lok Sabha, may indicate a certain bias, but a global rise of hate only makes that threat more serious, not less
Hate crimes in UP have changed lives forever: When I walk past, people shut their doors, says Muslim man falsely accused of cow slaughter
In this concluding part of the six-part series investigating 13 hate crimes in Uttar Pradesh, the series aims to examine how often, hate crimes change lives, and entire ways of living.
Investigation from the site of many of these crimes found that hate crimes are not motivated by religious hatred alone.
Hate crimes, lynchings, mob attacks in Uttar Pradesh force Muslims out of their homes in search of safety
In incidents of hate crimes in Uttar Pradesh, in 2017, 60-year-old Mohammed was lynched. Hindu Yuva Vahini claimed responsibility for the crime. The outfit was created by Adityanath in 2002
Man sentenced to 15 months for attacking Sikh cab driver with hammer in US' Seattle; survivor suffered skull fracture in incident
Swarn Singh was assaulted with a deadly weapon by Rory Benson in December 2017, according to Sikhs civil rights group The Sikh Coalition. He suffered a scalp laceration and a skull fracture as a result of the attack and was rushed to the hospital. Benson was arrested.
Rajasthan Assembly Election: From raging agrarian crisis to cow lynchings, here are the key poll issues in focus
As Rajasthan continues to be plagued by a devastating agrarian crisis, drinking water shortage, unemployment, and community divide, it remains to be seen who the state votes into power.
FBI report says hate crimes in US rose by 17 percent last year; more than half motivated by bias against race, ethnicity
There were 7,175 reported hate crimes last year, up from 6,121 in 2016. The FBI's annual hate crimes report defines hate crimes as those motivated by bias based on a person's race, religion or sexual orientation, among other categories.
Gujarat Police arrests 342 for attacking migrants from UP, Bihar; two cases lodged for rumour-mongering
Non-Gujaratis were targeted and hate messages circulated against them on social media after a native of Bihar was arrested for allegedly raping a toddler.
Activists gather in Delhi's Jantar Mantar to protest growing incidents of mob lynching, call for directives to prevent vigilantism
Many activists gathered in Delhi's Jantar Mantar to protest against the rising hate crimes in the country and called for directives to curb vigilantism
British counter-terrorism police have arrested a man on suspicion of sending letters entitled “Punish a Muslim Day” to urge people to commit violent acts.
Rise in hate crimes against South Asian communities reported in US since Donald Trump became president: Report
A year after President Donald Trump won the election, there has been a substantial increase in hate violence against South Asian communities.
BJP, Congress face tough contest in Rajasthan election: Will state break trend of showing incumbents the door?
The 2013 elections in Rajasthan saw the BJP romp to a historic win. In 2018, the outcome of the election will be seen as a popularity test for the NDA government.
2017, a year of hate crimes in India: Number of violent incidents related to cows, religion is rising
The year 2017 recorded the highest death toll (11 deaths) and the most number of incidents of hate violence (37 incidents) related to cows and religion since 2010.
Hate crimes against South Asians rise in the US, community members say data confirms their 'uneasy feelings'
The latest FBI report showing an increase in hate crimes against South Asians "confirm uneasy feelings of many of the community members", said the South Asian Bar Association of North America
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said that Donald Trump "speaks for himself" when asked whether the president's response to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, raised questions about his values, the media reported.