In India, the State Challenges Independent Media
By Tarushi Aswani
India’s media crackdown goes far beyond the BBC – and it is the country's independent journalists and news houses that are most vulnerable to attack.
Twitter Files Lawsuit Against Indian Government in Court
By Sheikh Saaliq
The Modi government has often directed Twitter to take down tweets or accounts that appear critical of its policies. Twitter has snapped back.
Free Indian Movies From the Censors
By Aditya Sharma
Indian movies, the artistic escape of a billion people, are controlled by the government cheerleaders and dour moralists of the Censor Board.
How India Is Silencing Its Students
By Priyam Marik
Anti-CAA protests breathed new life into India's student protest movement. But Narendra Modi's government is moving to crack down on campus dissent.
India’s War on Reporting
By Siddharthya Roy
In Chhattisgarh, a 50-year-old civil war has left little room for nuance or reason.