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Double standards! CPM Government says NO to removal of illegal crosses from temple land

Takes case against those who installed Trishul in protest against Church’s land encroachment Kerala. The chief minister’s office made an intervention to stop the recovery of the land encroached by the church after 'planting' crosses in Panchalimedu, a part of the sacred forest of Lord Ayyappa. Chief minister Vijayan’s intervention came as the deadline, issued by the revenue department officials, for removin ...

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Fake News about RSS Sarsanghchalak – Press Council of India rejects ‘apologies’, censures ‘The Indian Express’ and ‘Loksatta’

The Press Council of India has censured ‘The Indian Express’ and ‘Loksatta’, a Marathi daily of the Express Group, for publishing fake news about RSS Sarsanghchalak Dr. Mohan Bhagwat. The Indian Express columnist and ‘veteran’ journalist Karan Thapar and the editor of the Loksatta Girish Kuber wrote the articles containing fake quote of the Sarsanghchalak. In 2018, the Sangh had organised a three-day lectur ...

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Tribute to Indian Revolutionary

Today is birth anniversary of Swatantryaveer Vinayak Damodar Savarkar’s one of the biggest source of inspiration i.e. his elder brother, a true revolutionary nationalist, Founder of Abhinav Bharat and a great scholar of Indian philosophy Ganesh Damodar Savarkar alias Babarao Savarkar. He was the eldest son in Savarkar family born on June 13, 1979 followed by Vinayak, Mainabai and Narayan. It was the dawn of ...

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Jihadist attacks on Dalits must Stop, Bihar Govt should take action – VHP

New Delhi. Even after 72 years of independence, it is unfortunate, that atrocities on Dalits still happening in our country. We need to raise our voice against these atrocities so that the victims can get justice. But, unfortunately, in the recent past, some Muslim and so called Dalit organisations have been conspiring to vitiate the atmosphere, in the name of Dalit-Muslim unity. Joint General Secretary of ...

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Church erects Crosses and encroaches ‘Sacred Forests of Lord Ayyappa’

The church with the alleged connivance of the state government is encroaching the ‘sacred forests’ associated with the Sabarimala temple, known as ‘Poonkavanam’ in Kerala. The Malayalam newspaper Janmabhumi reported that massive encroachment of forestland is taking place at Panchalimedu, a part of Sabarimala forests in Idukki district. The entire region has been designated as an ecologically fragile under t ...

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Balkatha – Child Freedom Fighters Of Bharat

In the struggle for Freedom from the British, many gave up their lives. Among these were small children too. The story of their bravery is one which makes us feel pride on being the people of this land of Tyaagis (those who have sacrificed their lives). Let us look at 3 of these children and fill our hearts and minds with the courage that these children had. BAJI RAUT He is the youngest of Martyrs of this l ...

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World Environment Day – RSS’ new initiative for environment protection

The Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) was held in Gwalior from March 8 to 10. A total of 1,420 workers from various RSS associated organisations attended the meeting. RSS Sarkaryavah Bhaiyaji Joshi called upon the Sangh karyakartas to have more contact with the various positive social initiatives and activities. One of the key decisions taken by the ABPS 2019, the ape ...

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RSS Inspired Ekal Vidyalayas, a People’s Education movement in one-teacher schools

Ekal Vidyalaya’s started as a movement to impart integrated education & holistic development for children of rural and tribal India. The main activity undertaken in this truly people's movement was to run one-teacher schools (known as Ekal Vidyalaya) all over India, in the remotest rural & tribal villages. The aim of the movement was to take the education to every child, wherever the child lived. To ...

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Muslim mob pelts stone on Dalit marriage procession in Cong ruled MP

One killed and 2 in critical condition as tension grips Dewas New Delhi. A wedding procession of a Dalit that was passing through a Muslim locality has been attacked and one person has died. A Muslim mob pelted stones on a marriage party of a Dalit which was passing in front of a mosque. The incident took place in Pipalarwa village in Dewas district of Congress ruled Madhya Pradesh. As per reports, a marria ...

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Harappan site of Rakhigarhi – DNA study finds no Central Asian trace, junks Aryan invasion theory

The much-awaited DNA study of the skeletal remains found at the Harappan site of Rakhigarhi, Haryana, shows no Central Asian trace, indicating the Aryan invasion theory was flawed and Vedic evolution was through indigenous people. The lead researchers of this soon-to be published study - Vasant Shinde and Neeraj Rai - told ET that this establishes the knowledge ecosystem in the Vedic era was guided by “full ...

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