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    D’Souza stands for his remarks

    Panji. Goa’s Deputy Chief Minister Francis D’Souza stands for his remarks that he is a “Christian Hindu”, after being criticised by the Catholic community. But “I am sorry if I have hurt anyone’s sentiments. What I feel I said. According to you my opinion may be wrong, but for me I am right,” D’Souza told reporters here on July 28. Last week, after Goa minister Dipak Dhavalikar made his remark that India wi ...

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    Goa’s deputy chief minister says-India is already a Hindu nation

    Panaji. India is already a Hindu nation and "all  Indians in Hindusthan are Hindus", deputy chief minister Francis D'Souza said on July 25. Defending the comments of his cabinet colleague Deepak Dhavalikar who said that Modi could make the country a 'Hindu nation', Francis D'Souza told reporters: "It was always a Hindu nation and will always be a Hindu nation. You don't have to create a Hindu nation." D'Sou ...

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    Huge Hindu Munnani demo on temple issue

    Chennai. Valluvar Kottam, a huge traffic junction in the heart of Chennai metropolitan city witnessed a strong contingent of over 1,000 saffron flag wielding workers of Hindu Munnani on July 22. They vociferously demanded proper upkeep of Hindu temple properties, puja and traditions. Incidentally, the State Government controls over 36,000 Hindu temples through its Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments B ...

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    Bharatiya soldier killed in Pakistan firing along LoC

    Jammu. The Army on July 22 claimed to have foiled a major infiltration attempt by suspected militants in Akhnoor area of the International Border in Jammu. Even as a soldier died in the operation, the Border Security Force shot dead an intruder on the border in Heeranagar belt of Kathua district. Official sources quoting an Army official said that the Indian troops intercepted a group of infiltrating milita ...

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    Medical Camp for Vanvasis at Bankura

    Bankura. Kalyan Ashram Kolkata organised 2-day medical camp on July 19 and 20th. in Simlapal and Ranibandh Blocks of Bankura district. On 19th the camp was in Butsahar village about 25 Km from Garhbeta station deep into forest area where 450 patients mostly tribal were provided medical services and treatments. 53 patients were identified with eyesight problem for whom spectacles will be send in about 20-30 ...

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    Bharat Parikrama Yatra to enter Uttar Pradesh on Aug 6

    Chamoli. RSS former Akhil Bharatiya Seva Pramukh Sitarama Kedilaya lead ‘Bharat Parikrama Yatra’ has successfully completed the most known ‘Chaar-Dhaam Yatra‘, is now proceeding towards Uttar Pradesh zone, will reach Philibhit on coming August 6. The Yatra completed its 711th day since its launch on August 9, 2012 from Kanyakumari of Tamilnadu. ‘Bharat Parikrama Yatra’ has been aimed at the upliftment of ru ...

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    BMS volunteers Steps in, re-constructed damaged house at Nellikkunnu of Kasaragod

    Ksaragod July 21. Volunteers of Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS) stood for a social cause again in Kasaragod standing as  a model organisation to help the needy at a specific time. This time, it was a re-construction of an almost damaged rain-hit house. The house of family of Damodaran and Baby was damaged severley due to the rain recently. Immediately the volunteers of BMS stepped in and helped the family in ...

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    Al-Qaeda plans final jihad for Bharat

    Intelligence agencies say the terror network is making inroads into Bharat, sowing the seeds of a "final war" across the country. Information gathered on al-Qaeda's Bharat plans points to a mobilisation of its resources for jihad. The ideological goal of the group, as detailed in the report, is chilling: Ghazwa-e-Hind, or the final battle in Bharat. Ghazwa-e-Hind refers to an indoctrinated view of a final a ...

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    Tamil Nadu govt to enact law against clubs denying entry to persons wearing dhoti

    Chennai.Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa said on July 16 her government would bring in legislation to put an end to the practice of denying entry to dhoti-clad people into clubs in the state. In a suo motu statement in the assembly, Jayalalithaa criticised the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association club for denying entry to a sitting judge of the Madras high court as he was wearing the dhoti, the traditiona ...

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    Vaidik has no relation with RSS: Hosabale

    New Delhi. Sah-sarakaryavah of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh Dattatreya Hosabale has clarified that “Journalist Ved Pratap Vaidik has no relation with RSS. His meeting with Hafiz Saeed has nothing to do with RSS”.  Shri Hosabale’s comments come after Congress party, including its Vice President Rahul Gandhi, described Vaidik as an ‘RSS man’ and questioned whether the country’s High Commission in Islamabad had ...

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