The findings of Sir Jeremy Heywood’s report into Britain’s involvement in advising India on the “removal of Sikh dissidents” from Amritsar’s Golden Temple in 1984 has been met with disquiet and calls for a full independent inquiry. Hardeep Singh looks into some of the reasons why.
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It would appear that way from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office’s mealy-mouthed response to the effective criminalisation of homosexuality in India.
In the last year, across the world, 30 per cent of internet users have faced increased restrictions on accessing content. The Association for Progressive Communications estimates that over 45 states have imposed some kind of online restrictions.
While the prime minister visits India, new figures reveal that not a single UK child has studies Hindi for GCSE or A-Levels in the past year.
Dr. Kailash Chand OBE writes about the horrific India gang rape case.
Boris Johnson says Indian students should have their visa applications to study in the UK processed far quicker – but can he persuade his Tory colleagues?
The government’s decision to stop aid to India is the latest instalment in a history of ignoring India.
Is there a possibility that a new leadership could signal a new dawn for democracy in India?