New Zealand attacks a lesson in right-wing extremism; world must acknowledge link between violence and socioeconomic situation
The lesson from the New Zealand terror attacks is that violence begets violence — Left, Right or otherwise — in an almost linear progression.
Jacinda Ardern's compassionate response to New Zealand terror attack shows us what a leader should look like
We can try to understand whether it is Jacinda Ardern's gender that has prompted her to a respond (first in words and then in action) that did not make a tragedy worse. Or was it the progressive political movements that she has been part of her entire life?
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
NIA anti-terror raids: Islamic State might be dead abroad, but hate politics is fuelling its resurrection in India
In interrogations by the NIA, half the suspects said communalism — ranging from riots to compulsory yoga practice — led them to join the Islamic State. Barely half of them cited the global Islamist project that underpins the Islamic State
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in Goa showed black flags to BJP president Amit Shah on Sunday to protest against the increasing incidents of lynching.
Racist killings in US, RSS death threats form trend of hate presently characterising American, Indian politics
In the span of under a month, three Indians have been attacked — two of them fatally — in different parts of the US
At least 300 people, including Beastie Boys singer Adam Horovitz, protested in New York on Sunday against what they said were hate crimes inspired by the election of Donald Trump, after swastikas appeared in a Brooklyn park
Liberal Muslims too need to speak out strongly against the MIM brand of politics. Only an alliance between Hindu and Muslim liberals can isolate noisy extremists from both communities. The silent majority can't remain silent any longer.