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Woke concepts creeping into science? Gender activists push to stop anthropologists from marking human remains as ‘male’ or ‘female’
Gender activists want anthropologists to stop marking human remains as male or female.
Uttar Pradesh: Farmer files complaint against Lord Indra for lack of rain in Gonda, Tahsildar forwards it to district admin
A tahsildar in Gonda district UP received a complaint from a farmer against Lord Indra for no rains since a long time.
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Just when the liberals thought they can take a short break from outraging over his doing puja and relax over a cup of the first flush from the Janpath estates, he has forced them to rush to action
The RSS has faced a ban from the Indian govt on multiple occasions, and has emerged stronger each time: Read details
It was on July 12, 1949, that the first ban on RSS was lifted after a span of 16 months following assassination of MK Gandhi.
Ichhadhaari protestor Yogendra Yadav heads to Sri Lanka to become the leader of the protests against the local government
Out of work, and out of headlines, since the farmers' protest in India, the andolanjeevi inside Yogendra Yadav couldn't stop himself after seeing the news of the protests on TV.
Pakistan: Sacrificial goat purchased by former wicketkeeper Kamran Akmal for Eid ul Adha stolen from his Lahore residence
Kamran Akmal brought six goats for the sacrifice on upcoming Eid ul Adha. His father said that the best one of the six goats was stolen.
Parsis adhere to Zoroastrianism, also known as Mazdayasna in its original form, one of the world's oldest religions.
Protests have erupted in Pakistan over allegedly blasphemous QR codes used by Samsung. Earlier, Pepsi was accused of blasphemy.
The Jagannath Mandir Trust invited the Prime Minister Narendra Modi for this year's Jagannath Rath Yatra in Ahmedabad. Narendra Modi sent the Prasad as per his tradition.
While no Muslims enter on stage in his plays, none of his plays are set in the Islamic backdrop, AJ Caschetta notes in National Review.