‘It was the British manager who stopped my hijab-clad friend’: Customer clarifies in the Bahrain Indian restaurant controversy
Customer whose friend was stopped from entering Indian restaurant in Bahrain by a British manager gave statement: Watch
The Indian student Naveen who lost his life on March 1 in Kharkiv, Ukraine, was out of the shelter to buy something from a nearby store.
Tasnim Mir, a junior category shuttler, has become the world's number-1 badminton player in the women's singles category of Under-19.
Fiddlehead founder Melinda Byerley goes from calling Indians ‘parasites’ to ‘underprivileged’ in apology that came late: Details
The silicon valley entrepreneur in her Twitter post on Friday ‘thanked’ the netizens for the honest feedback. She further apologized for her statements and for ‘taking too long to understand.’
Chinese state media shares images of ‘Indian soldiers captured by PLA in Galwan valley’, netizens point out how things don’t add up
China Global Television Network editor Shen Shiwei posted morphed images to claim that Indian soldiers were captured after Galwan valley clash
UK fuel shortage: London petrol station owner Nerali Patel assaulted, racially abused by British man, suffers head injury
Nerali Patel, 38 and a mother of 2, who runs a BP petrol station at Haverstock Hill, North London, was attacked and violently pushed to the ground by the British man.
‘Liberals’ can live only as slaves of Islamists, or they will be ‘cancelled’: Naseeruddin Shah is an example
In the case of Indian 'liberals', all their intellect, their thought process, and talks of progressive ideologies lie firmly at the feet of Islamist radicals.
South African MP Shameen Thakur-Rajbansi talks to OpIndia: Racist attacks against Indians, the Indian govt’s help, a ‘toolkit’ and a people in distress
"Whenever there was a crisis in power in South Africa, one of the communities that has always got the brunt of violence has been the Indian community", says Shameen Thakur-Rajbansi.
Racial violence in South Africa: Zulu King Misuzulu KaZwelithini calls for peace, asks his people to stop attacking Indians
Zulu King Misuzulu KaZwelithini while giving a live address on television asked fellow Zulus to end violence against Indians with ‘immediate effect.’
‘You natives, be grateful that your children died as Christians, not pagans’: American Conservative magazine tells indigenous people in Canada
The article goes on to defend the residential school system altogether. It actually asserts that 'it was necessary to convert native people into Christianity because otherwise, "their souls could not have been saved."