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What porn ban? A 400% rise in VPN downloads in India shows where there’s a will there’s a way
The use of paid VPN services remains limited in India.
Hackers target BJP website, embed beef recipes during Modi’s swearing-in
The ruling party's Delhi website was compromised.
Facebook removed a page “tied to Iran.” The Indians who ran it are bewildered
"Coordinated inauthentic behaviour."
India is not good to its women. So why are female politicians so powerful?
"We are one of the last surviving Goddess-worshipping cultures," says Amish Tripathi
India’s blowout election is a lesson for US Democrats
The Congress party campaigned on a secular and pluralist platform—and suffered a massive defeat.
This election made it clear: Modi is no “divider in chief”
A victory of this proportion is the product of many factors.
India’s richest man endorsed one candidate. He lost.
A rare disappointment.
These Indians battle tigers every day. But it’s politics they fear now
Rising sea levels and shrinking habit, the dual menace of climate change, is driving tigers and humans ever closer to each other. Increasingly, both must fight for their lives. Yet despite all these
The key players who could challenge Modi’s bid for India’s prime ministership
Many names could emerge if a united opposition challenges BJP.
Guarding the bedrock of Indian democracy till vote counting is actually quite boring
"We have prepared for the past five months—no leave, no Saturday or Sundays, nothing."
At Modi’s final campaign rally in Kolkata, supporters weren’t shy about communalism
"Our beloved leader has come."
The world’s biggest election is about to determine the state of Hindu nationalism
Having failed to deliver the quick economic turnaround it promised, the government has resorted to rallying its base through overt Hindu nationalism.
WhatsApp is driving Indian women to vote like never before
"I am not totally convinced that political parties know what women want. We tend to be very patriarchal in the way that we talk about women's policies."
Here are the issues Indian voters actually cared about—until Pulwama happened
Employment, primary healthcare, drinking water were the top priority.
Young Hindu female voters say all Indians are equal, but their Muslim male counterparts fear it is not so
"We need a government that is Muslim-friendly and promotes harmony," says Aamir, a first-time Muslim voter.
Ultra right-wing versus ultra spineless—Kunal Kamra sums up Indian politics in 2019
"You have to give it to the BJP. They have a committed fanbase of people who are dedicated and charged up, and will do what it takes to get Modi back."
Narendra Modi is the second most followed world politician across Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram
But are numbers everything?
In Gandhi’s birthplace, BJP supporters don’t much care about nonviolence
How some Indians reconcile Mahatma Gandhi's message of nonviolence and sacrifice with the passions stirred by sectarian politics.
523 lions and one voter live in Gir forest. This is how he casts his ballot
India's Banej polling place has 100% turnout. It takes a village to make it happen for the single voter on the rolls.
Why India’s liquor companies may want elections to end soon
Myriad challenges in election season.