Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi on Sunday batted for congress member and activist Sadaf Jafar who is currently lodged in jail in charges of attempted murder and assault on public servants.
Big rallies are expected across India on Thursday as the tumultuous and angry reaction builds against a citizenship law seen as discriminatory against Muslims. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s move to drive the law through parliament
Police detained several hundred protesters in some of India’s biggest cities on Thursday as they defied a ban on assembly that authorities imposed to stop widespread demonstrations against a new citizenship law
Protests over a new citizenship law based on religion spread to student campuses across India on Monday as critics said Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government was pushing a partisan agenda in conflict
The Seelampur area in east Delhi remained tense as the sun set on Tuesday, after clashes between local people and the police that began around noon and stretched for hours.
French workers take to the streets anew on Tuesday on the 13th day of a transport strike that has exasperated commuters, hit business turnover, and threatened the holiday plans of thousands a week before Christmas.
The battle to implement the law turned into the biggest domestic challenge of Macron's second mandate, as he faced widespread popular opposition to the changes but also sliding personal popularity.
Saturday's calls for protests came as the leaders of the United States, India, Australia and Japan vowed to work together to restore democracy in Myanmar where violence has escalated as authorities crack down on protests and civil disobedience.
Police officials deny using any live ammunition and insist they have used "minimum force" to disperse the protests. They have recorded only one death, among demonstrators in North Khartoum.