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Akshita Bhadauria

Crimes in Rajasthan: Congress leaders keep going to UP to manufacture dissent while their own backyard is on fire

A video surfaced on social media on Monday where two men can be seen thrashing a woman brutally in Rajasthan's Kota. Reportedly, Maqsood and his son thrashed Nandu Bai with sticks when she went to ask for the money lent to the duo.

Tareekh pe Tareekh: Toxic foams on Yamuna continue, but Kejriwal govt’s promises to clean river still a distant dream

“The Yamuna is a holy river. It’s a river that we all pray to and seek blessings. It does not belong to a particular state but to the whole country," AAP minister Satyendra Jain had claimed.

Pakistani blogger explains why Pakistan has been attacking Savarkar and Hindutva in recent months: They just copied it from Indian ‘Liberals’

The stark similarity between the statements delivered by Congress party leaders and Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan have been quite visible in recent months.

Madhya Pradesh: Here is why police was seen lathicharging Muslims during Eid Milad un Nabi procession

In another incident from Ahmedabad, two groups from the Muslim community clashed over playing drums on the occasion of Eid-e-Milad un Nabi.

Clothing brand FabIndia gets slammed for branding Diwali collection ‘Jashn-e-Riwaaz’: All you need to know

‘Jashn-e-Riwaaz’ launched by popular ethnic garment brand Fabindia has not been received well by people on the internet.

‘With a BJP govt in the state, the interests of Hindus will be given primacy’: BJP MP Tejasvi Surya to OpIndia after Durga Puja...

“How can an administrative body decide as to what kind of rituals must be carried out?" said Tejasvi Surya about the restrictions on Durga Puja

‘We have come to civilize you,’ said the colonisers who were roasting men and women alive on stakes over accusations of witchcraft

From barbaric inquisitors to civilized missionaries. Read to know more about Christianity and the Dark Ages.

Britain doesn’t have enough truck drivers, and now it doesn’t have enough fuel. Read about the fuel crisis where army could get involved

The British Petroleum on Sunday said that nearly a third of its petrol stations in the country had run out of the two main grades of fuel.

‘Malign the priest, desecrate the Gram Devata shrine’: How evangelists succeed in ‘Christianising’ village after village

Watch ‘The Uncrossing’ for more discussions around Christian evangelism and how it is affecting India.

From ‘inculturation’ to ‘indoctrination’: Here are some of the techniques Christian Missionaries use to convert Hindus

The concept of inculturation is deeply enshrined in Christianity. It “denotes the presentation and re-expression of the Gospel in forms and terms proper to a culture.”

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