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Ayodhya Case – SC directs mediation panel to submit report by 18th July; next hearing on July 25

Hearing a petition filed by Gopal Singh that called upon the apex court ending the mediation, the Supreme Court Bench said if the efforts for amicable settlement fails day-to-day hearing in the Ayodhya dispute will resume. THE SC BENCH WAS HEARING A PLEA FILED BY GOPAL SINGH VISHARAD WHO REQUESTED THE BENCH TO LIST THE DISPUTE FOR ADJUDICATION, AS THERE WAS NO PROGRESS IN THE MEDIATION PROCESS. The Bench he ...

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Double standards – CM Vijayan hails Hajj; CPI(M) suspends man for visiting temple

Recently at a function in Malappuram, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan extolled the virtues of Hajj pilgrimage. He said in his regime, nobody will face any discrimination for following a particular set of beliefs or ritualistic systems. The next day, the social media came out with reports of how a Hindu CPI(M) leader was suspended for visiting Mookambika temple in Mangaluru. PK Baby, local secretary, ...

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Kerala Communist Party Leader Suspended for Visiting Temple

Thiruvananthapuram. A communist party leader in Kerala was suspended for his ‘alleged’ visit to a temple. PK Baby, the CPM secretary of the CPM Vellarada in the capital city Thiruvananthapuram, who went to the temple without obtaining permission from the leadership, is the one who is suspended from the party’s preliminary membership. PK Baby, a local CPM leader was on a pilgrimage to the famed Kollur Mookam ...

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‘The new idea of India’

Last year, I co-curated the Pondicherry literature festival (PLF). Scheduled for August 17-19, after Sri Aurobindo’s birthday on August 15, this was the first event of this scale and magnitude in the erstwhile French enclave and still picturesque Union Territory. Alliance Française de Puducherry, whose then president was my co-curator, had offered us venues as well as support. The Lt. Governor of Puducherry ...

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Bajrang Dal’s nationwide protest on 9th against growing Jihadist attacks on Hindus

New Delhi. Balajrang dal will hold nationwide demonstrations against jihadist attacks on Hindus on 9th of this month. In a joint statement of Milind Parande, the Secretary General Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) & Sohan Singh, National Convener Bajrang Dal today said that the office bearers of the Bajrang dal will also submit their memorandum to the Hon. President of Bharat, through the DMs of their area, d ...

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A citizen must be filled with nationalistic sentiments to create congruence among family, society and nation

New Delhi. To create congruence among family, society and nation, every citizen must be filled with nationalistic sentiments. We are mortal beings but nation is immortal. A person, who considers nation above himself, will only consider himself as the means to raise the esteem of the nation because it is not he, but the organisation and nation that are supreme. These thoughts were expressed by Chitra Tai Jos ...

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Muslim mob brutally lynches man for reading Bhagavad Gita

Muslim mob brutally lynched a 55-year-old man from their own community for reading the Hindu religious book Bhagavad Gita at his house in Shahjamal area of Aligarh. According to a report published in The Times of India, the local police said that the incident occurred around 9 am when Dilsher, the complainant, was reading the religious book at his house after returning from his duty. "I returned from duty a ...

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17-year old Hindu boy returns home after 3 days, says Muslim youths asked his religion, assaulted him!

The 17-year old Hindu boy who had gone missing during the Islamic attack on the Lal Kuan Durga Temple at Chandni Chowk has finally returned after 3 days. According to a report published on, the boy says that he was attacked specifically after the Muslims who attacked him came to know he was Hindu. He was asked what his religion was and if he stayed in the locality and was attacked after he answe ...

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Kerala – Forest Department Terms Sabarimala Chants as ‘Noise Pollution’

Lists Out Ecological Hazards Of Pilgrimage The Kerala Forest Department in its ecotourism development report to the Centre has termed Sabarimala pilgrim chants as ‘noise pollution’ and listed out the environmental ‘hazards’ caused by the pilgrimage. The Travancore Devaswom Board, which manages the holy Hindu shrine, has taken strong exception of the report, with its president A Padmakumar terming the statem ...

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Major twist in Chandni Chowk temple vandalism case : Muslim mob abducts 17-year-old Hindu boy from the spot!

A group of communally charged Muslim men vandalised a Hindu temple in Lal Kuan, near Chawri Bazar in Old Delhi on Monday. It all started with a parking row when Sanjeev Kumar, a local resident, objected to a man, Aas Mohammad, parking vehicle outside his house. Aas Mohammad left the place soon following a heated argument and minor scuffle. But a few minutes later, 20-25 men carrying sticks barged into the f ...

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