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    #PunekarFightsCorona – ‘It is the dharma of the Swayamsevak to do seva in the times of any crisis’

    Pune Pattern of Seva - How RSS is Battling Covid-19 in the City, One Home At a Time Pune. The temperature in Pune is 40 degrees centigrade. Samruddhi Jathar walks into a narrow lane in Bhawani Peth, one of the Covid-19 hotspots of Pune. It is a densely populated neighbourhood with closely packed small houses on both sides. It is oppressively hot. There is no breeze, no sunlight, just a dark narrow lane flan ...

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    Karnataka – Muslim couple attempts to murder a Dalit man for objecting to stealing of cattle in Kuduru

    Bengaluru. Venkatesh, a Dalit was attacked with sharp weapons by a Muslim couple and an auto-rickshaw driver as he objected to their stealing a calf for slaughter. The incident which happened in Kodihalli village in Kuduru Hobli of Karnataka as reported by Kannada newspaper Vijayavani. On May 17th, Venkatesh was sitting in front of his house when his neighbour Nasrullah Khan and his wife Zarinabi alighted f ...

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    #IndiaStandsWithMigrants – RSS Swayamsevaks on the forefront!

    Mumbai. The COVID-19 lockdown has brought about severe existential crisis on the laborers and the daily wage workers. Owing to that most of the laborers have now started migrating back to their respective native villages. The unavailability of resources for traveling back led to confusion, fear among the workers and stifling of laborers at the public places like highways, toll plazas. On seeing the throttle ...

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    Seva Parmo Dharmah – Around 6.12 lakh migrant workers benefitted by RSS-BSS Volunteers in Chennai

    Chennai (VSK). Food (Lunch and Dinner) was provided through community kitchen run by BSS volunteers for 45 days where in 6,12,000 people from other states were benefitted in Chennai alone. Touching moment is a Swayamsevak working with Vaishanavi Catering community kitchen took care of a pregnant lady from Tripura here in Chennai by delivering food etc. After giving birth to a male child, she named her baby ...

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    One Week for Nation – RSS Swayamsevaks Join BMC’s Efforts To Screen People In Slums For COVID-19

    Mumbai (VSK). In charge of managing India's hardest Coronavirus-hit city of Mumbai, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is getting stretched to its extreme in its efforts to combat the deadly epidemic. In the process, doctors, nurses, and paramedic staffs are posed with a high risk of getting infected with COVID-19 themselves as well as their families. However, considering their job as a duty, heal ...

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    Whatever you cannot do in a civil society, must not do in cyber space too – Dr. Mahesh Verma, VC, IPU

    A crime is a crime committed whether in real world or virtual world - Dr. Mahesh Verma Cyber terrorism is rising against the country - Muktesh Chander, Special Commissioner of Police Bois Locker Room Case is just a tip of the ice-berg - Adv. Pavan Duggal, Cyber Law Expert New Delhi. A Webinar on ‘Cyber Crime Against Women in Covid Times’ was organised by GIA in association with Guru Gobind Singh Indraprasth ...

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    Tablighis attack Hindus in Pak; abduct boy who refused to convert to Islam in Sindh

    New Delhi. Denial of ration, forceful conversions and other atrocities against Hindus on the rise amid Covid pandemic in Pakistan. It is high time that the Indian government takes up the cause of Hindus in Pakistan who are subjected to unspeakable torture and harassment by Islamic radicals. In a latest incident, Islamic radicals of the Tablighi Jamaat attacked Hindus of Sindh and demolished their houses and ...

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    Lockdown 4.0 – State govt’s cannot dilute restrictions imposed in MHA guidelines

    New Delhi. Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Sunday issued the revised guidelines regarding lockdown restrictions, to contain COVID-19. As the lockdown was extended up to 31.05.2020, widespread relaxations were given in the restrictions. Under the new guidelines effective from Monday, States and UTs would now delineate the Red Orange and Green zones, taking into consideration the revised guidelines is ...

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    New Delhi. Warning the West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee against the ever increasing attacks on Hindus in the State, the Vishva Hindu Parishad said that she should not test the patience of Hindus any more otherwise they will have to take this issue out to the streets, so that the matter would be addressed by the citizens. VHP's Central Secretary General Milind Parande said that there are constant a ...

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    Karnataka – Gang of Muslim youth harass Muslim woman for buying from Hindu shops in Karnataka

    Karnataka. An organised gang of Muslim youth seem to be working to desist Muslim women from buying from non-Muslim shops in Karnataka. Several videos from various cities have come to the fore. Many such videos have been shared on social media which had angered the citizens of the state. In an instance from Davangere in Karnataka, couple of youth from the Muslim community were seen accosting two other Muslim ...

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