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    Gandhidham – Muslim radicals lynch Dalit for wearing ‘Pathani suit’

    Two Muslims were booked for attacking a Dalit man for wearing a ‘pathani’ suit in Gandhidham town of Kutch district on Tuesday. The incident came to light after Times of India published a report on Wednesday. Police have reportedly booked Amjad Pathan and Azgar Pathan for beating up Jayanti Bhati (27), a truck driver, on the afternoon of November 26 near Green Palace hotel in Gandhidham. According to a repo ...

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    MHA – 1,154 illegal immigrants arrested from India-Bangladesh border

    New Delhi. The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Wednesday said that 1,154 illegal immigrants from Bangladesh were arrested till October 31. “1,154 illegal migrants arrested by security forces at India-Bangladesh border till 31st October,” the MHA said in a written reply to the Rajya Sabha. Meanwhile, the Union Cabinet approved the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill earlier today that seeks to provide citizenship ...

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    Ranga Hari Ji releases ‘Hindutva for the Changing Times’ book at Kochi International Book Festival

    Much-awaited ‘Hindutva for the Changing Times’, written by convenor of Prajna Pravah J Nandakumar was released by veteran RSS pracharak Ranga Hari Ji at Kochi International Book Festival on December 1st. Indus Scrolls Press has published the book, which will hit the stands in the third week of December. Speaking at the function, in his inimitable style, he spoke about the assimilating character of Hindutva ...

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    CBFF reflecting Bharatiya ethos to be held from Feb 21, 2020

    With the vision of making Bharat a leading nation in the field of films promoting integral humanism and thereby re-establishing the supremacy of Bharatiya ethos and philosophy, Bharatiya Chitra Sadhana will be organizing its 3rd edition of Chitra Bharati Film Festival (CBFF) from February 21 to 23rd, 2020 at Ahmadabad, Gujarat. The films have to be under one of the following themes - Bharatiya Culture and V ...

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    Christian Missionaries with Hindu names organised ‘Dharmasabha’ to convert sick people to Christianity

    The religious conversion of unsuspecting people in Uttar Pradesh is steadily increasing as cases of proselytisation have started springing up. Recently, 3 Christian evangelists promoting religious conversion on the pretext of healing diseases were arrested from the Ranipur village of the Mau district. On Tuesday, the police arrested the 3 Christian priests after VHP filed a complaint alleging that the 3 Chr ...

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    Murajapam (Vedic Chanting) rituals begin in Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple

    The 56-day-long Murajapam (Vedic chanting) rituals began on November 21 at the Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. Murajapam is conducted by around 200 Vedic scholars from various parts of the country, especially from southern states. Eminent priests from Kanchipuram, Sringeri, Penjawar, Brahmana Sabha, Yogashema Sabha and other Vedic schools in the country have arrived at the temple ...

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    Islamic State aims to establish its base in Kerala making Maoists as shield

    Kerala (VSK). Kerala has become fertile soil for the Islamic State, which has been seeking to take root since its exile in Syria. The Islamic State is using communist terrorists as a cover-up for its activities in Kerala. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has begun investigations on the grounds that the ISIS is trying to take root in Kerala. It is learned that Northern Kerala, a CPM stronghold, has be ...

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    ISIS module in ‘CPM Party Village’ – Court finds 6 Islamic terrorists guilty

    Prime accused in Kanakamala IS terror plot case gets 14 years of rigorous imprisonment Kochi. A special NIA court in Kochi has awarded 14-year rigorous imprisonment to the prime accused in the Kanakamala ISIS terror plot case in which the group hatched a conspiracy to assassinate prominent personalities, including state BJP leaders, and carry out terror strikes across Kerala and neighbouring states in 2016. ...

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    Ayodhya Verdict – Sunni Waqf Board won’t file review petition

    Decision pending on 5-acre plot The Sunni Central Waqf Board on Tuesday discussed the Supreme Court's Ayodhya verdict and decided not to file a review petition against the judgment. The Board will make a decision on the five-acre alternative land for the mosque, once the government offers the land in question formally. According to media reports, Senior Sunni Waqf Board member Abdul Razzaq Khan said that th ...

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    Sabarimala – Controversy monger Trupti Desai attempts to desecrate Sabarimala again

    Trupti Desai, the controversy monger has returned again to target Sabarimala tradition. She and her team landed in Kochi International Airport at 5 am today. They told the media that they are heading to Sabarimala to enter the temple. She carried the SC verdict of Sept 28, 2018. Bindu Ammini, one of the two woman activists who violated tradition last year, is part of Desai's team. Despite government's polic ...

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