1. Various of protesters yelling at each other, police separating them
2. Various of people with Free Kashmir signs
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Imtiaz Ahmed, Protesting Against Modi:
"I am came to protest against the Kashmir (India's actions in Kashmir). I want the Kashmir people free. India is a captured illegal, and he (Modi) is not respecting United Nations resolutions 1948."
4. Protestors chanting "Modi Hitler!"
5. Protestor with Modi Hitler sign
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Ashai (would not give last name)
"I am here to protest against Modi's decision. He is Hitler. (Reporter: Why?) Because he just revoked everything for Kashmir. They need freedom. They need freedom. They are under siege there. They are under curfew, nearly 10 million people and he's not allowing them to come out. That is it. We are against it."
7. Barrier separates supporters and denouncers of Modi
"The stronger we are, the united we are the stronger is Modi and so stronger is India and today Modi is not only pushing India forward he is actually trying to push global nations together. Everyone forward. And one of the reasons I say that is he has been the prime champion to push climate change action and that is where we have also have been trying to contribute from our side."
There were some tense moments between those who supported and those who opposed Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New York on Friday.
Police had to separate some of the protestors from each other.
More than a hundred supporters of Modi rallied in a plaza near the United Nations, separated only by police and barriers from more than a hundred protesters who were chanting that Modi is the modern equivalent of Hitler.
All this was happening while Modi gave a speech inside the United Nations headquarters.
During his speech to the UN Modi broadly denounced terrorism but avoided any direct mention of one of the world's most perilous standoffs: Pakistan's recent warning that India's crackdown in the disputed region of Kashmir risks a war.
Modi told world leaders gathered at the annual U.N. General Assembly that India's "voice against terrorism to alert the world about its evil rings with seriousness and outrage."
On Friday at the U.N. Modi didn't mention Kashmir but touched on terrorism: "We belong to a country that has given the world, not war, but Buddha's message of peace. And that is the reason why, our voice against terrorism, to alert the world about this evil, rings with seriousness and the outrage."
The nuclear-armed rivals have fought two of their three wars over the Himalayan region. They've been locked in a worsening standoff since Aug. 5, when Modi stripped limited autonomy from the portion of Kashmir that India controls.