Why is the term “terrorism” so prominent today when talking about certain kinds of contemporary violence—not only in the United States but also in...
Union Minister of State for Electronics and Information Technology and BJP leader Rajeev Chandrasekhar was booked for hate speech by the Kerala police on Tuesday, 31 October.
In Kerala, Muslim youths detained for hours following blast; accuse Kerala Police of anti-Muslim bias
The Kerala police were accused of their anti-Muslim prejudice in detaining Muslim youths in preventive custody at various police stations in the Ernakulam district in connection with a recent blast at a Christian prayer meeting, allegedly orchestrated by a Christian youth, Martin Dominic, who was unrelated to the detained Muslims.
Union ministers among Hindutva handles accused of spreading misinformation, Islamophobia after Kochi blast
Several Hindutva social media accounts, including those of Union ministers and propaganda websites, have faced allegations of disseminating misinformation and promoting Islamophobia in the aftermath of a blast at a Christian prayer gathering in Kochi, Kerala, where three people killed.
A man named Martin surrendered before Thrissur's Kodakara police station claiming that he had set the bomb at the convention centre in Kochi where a prayer meeting of Jehovah's Witnesses was underway on Sunday morning.
A series of blasts at a Sunday prayer convention of the Christian denomination Jehovah’s Witnesses killed one person and injured two dozen, a few of them critically, near Kochi in Kerala.