ActionAid CEO Halima Begum on siding with humanity in Israel-Gaza war and the West’s ‘moral responsibility’ to humanitarian aid
Action Aid UK’s CEO Halima Begum tells Krishnan Guru-Murthy about her journey from youth activism to NGO work, the West’s ‘moral responsibility’ to humanitarian aid and the need for an immediate ceasefire in the Israel-Palestine war, in this episode of Ways to Change the World.
India involved in killing of Sikh leader say Canada
The Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau has denied trying to escalate tensions with India – after suggesting that the government in Delhi could be linked to the assassination of a Sikh activist on Canadian soil.
Manipur: The ethnic tensions behind the rapes and violence
The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is facing a no confidence motion, in the wake of a video showing shocking violence which went viral round the world.
Modi declares victory in India election
India’s general election was supposed to be a close-run thing – but Prime Minister Narendra Modi has secured a landslide re-election.
Dozens killed by Indian dust storm
Terrifying footage has has emerged from northern India, where dozens of people were killed by a combination of torrential rain and a dust storm. Many of those who lost their lives were asleep when their homes were destroyed by lightning.
Residents killed in Mumbai building collapse
In India, at least 19 people were killed after a residential block collapsed in a heavily populated area of Mumbai this morning, after days of torrential monsoon rains.
More than a thousand killed in Asian monsoons
Heavy monsoon rains have deluged India, Bangladesh and Nepal in the region’s worst flooding in years. More than a thousand people have died and millions are homeless.