Police claim the number of those arrested from the two communities is 'almost identical' but many more Muslims were killed in the riots.
USCIRF calls on India to release prisoners of conscience instead of targeting those practising their "right to protest".
Profiled and isolated, victims of Delhi's communal violence have been pushed further to the edge with Covid
Many in Shiv Vihar and Mustafabad lost their homes in Delhi's communal violence and Covid has pushed them to the edge.
Spokesperson Aisha Farooqui rubbishes India's claims of "infiltration" by Pakistan.
As the misinformation has exploded, so too has real world violence and anger against Muslims.
OIC has expressed concern over Islamophobia in India, but generally there has been silence on the issue in Muslim world.
'Cannot stand by and let another Gujarat happen': Qureshi asks OIC to stop attack on Muslims in India
"Muslims are being discriminated against. They're not even being treated properly in hospitals," says foreign minister.
Concern voiced over persecution of journalists in held Kashmir on concocted charges.
Accuses Indian government of acting ‘only partially and in a miserly way’ to contain Covid-19.
Mistrust in the Modi govt is making India's fight against coronavirus even more difficult.
BJP leaders' statements have raised fears that Indian Muslims could be stripped of their rights, says report.
"Wherever the Muslim population rises above 30pc, there is trouble," says the BJP leader in an interview.
Dozens of people have been staging a sit-in against the CAA in India's Shaheen Bagh neighbourhood since December.
Many Hindus in Yamuna Vihar say they are boycotting merchants and refusing to hire workers from the Muslim community.
The US state department's "Country Reports on Human Rights" noted 703 incidents of religious violence between 2016-17.
Several videos have surfaced of officials assaulting Muslim protesters, urging Hindu mobs to join.
Uttar Pradesh was the epicentre of protests and violence in December.
“I can’t trust anyone now,” says Hazara Begum, who has been living in a relief camp since the riots began.
Points to "wilfully stoked communal tensions" derailing India; urges Modi to convince nation with action not just words.
Blackout of Asianet News and MediaOne TV was ordered but lifted after outcry from opposition and protests by channels.
And how many trees have actually been planted?
Australia had bushfires, India the incendiary Citizenship Amendment Act 2019.
Labour MP Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi says the violence in Delhi in recent days “brings back painful memories”.
Even the darkest clouds can appear with a silver lining.
Indian external affairs ministry terms the law an "internal matter", says court expected to uphold govt's perspective.
It is preposterous to believe that the mighty Indian state could not prevent or stop the carnage.
Foreign Minister Javad Zarif terms the violence as "senseless thuggery".
Congress demands that Home Minister Amit Shah resign; many party supporters detained by police during protest.
Hidden beneath layers of political exigencies for close to a century, the project is now out on full display.
Authorities are yet to address journalists' allegations that they were singled out by Hindu mobs.