The violence is over a controversial new citizenship law that excludes Muslims from fast track naturalisation.
At least 20 people have been killed during three days of violence in #Delhi, where there are reports of Muslim homes and businesses being targeted
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Street demonstrations against Trump broke out in the cities of Gauhati in the northeast, Kolkata in the east and Hyderabad in the south
Violent clashes in New Delhi left one police officer dead and at least 11 other officers injured while elsewhere Donald Trump was visiting the Taj Mahal.
Opponents of India's controversial new citizenship law have held a protest in New Delhi.
This human chain across the southern-Indian state was organized by the Left Democratic Front (LDF) to protest against the Indian government's Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).
Millions of Hindu worshippers gathered in the town of Prayagraj in northern India to take a ritualistic dip in the Ganges River.
The 6.5 kilometre cake is more than double the length of the previous record holder.
Millions of Hindus gather to take 'holy dip' in the Ganges
It comes amid simmering anger over India's new citizenship law, which has resulted in violent protests and deadly clashes around the country.
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They are over a controversial new citizenship law that critics say violates India's secular constitution.
His sign read: '1933-45 We have been there.'
The protesters walked to the Jantar Mantar area near parliament and chanted slogans against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and police.
OP Singh, the chief of police in Uttar Pradesh state, says more police have died in clashes over the proposed citizenship law which critics say discriminates against Muslims
Protesters against India's controversial new citizenship law continued to gather in strength across all major Indian cities on Friday
Police have arrested 1,200 people as demonstrators defy ban to protest against citizenship which critics say discriminates against Muslims
Airtel and Vodafone India say they were told to shut down mobile and internet coverage in parts of capital in a bid to quell protests
This fifth straight day of protest across India came after Modi’s government enacted a bill that excludes Muslims from future citizenship.
Officers using tear gas and batons tried to contain thousands of demonstrators who gathered near a university in Delhi.
Euronews looks at the bill and the controversies surrounding it as protests rage in the South Asian nation.
As India's upper house of parliament passed a bill making it easier for non-Muslim minorities from some neighbouring countries to seek Indian citizenship, protests took place in the state of Assam.
Villagers in India didn't want to hand over the two-headed cobra, believing it was associated with mythology.
Women performed the feminist anthem 'A Rapist in Your Path' on Saturday to call out government inaction to tackle India's high rape rate.