Kerala govt backed entry of ‘activist’ Bindu Ammini into Sabarimala, says Kerala HC while granting bail to two Hindu activists: Details
Most importantly, the Kerala High Court also admitted that the Bindu Ammini was an 'activist' and not a devotee.
Rashmi Samant, president-elect of Oxford Student Union resigns after online attacks over her Hindu roots and old social media posts
An Oxford University staff member dragged Rashmi's parents in the controversy, using their display picture which had Lord Ram's photo.
Pakistan lawmaker hurts Hindu sentiments by comparing Maryam Nawaz to Hindu deity in a bid to ‘insult’ her, forced to apologise
Aamir Liaquat Husain was forced to apologise for his disrespectful act of using the image of a Hindu deity to mock Maryam Nawaz
A conversation in the novel portrayed that women who visited temples to show that they were available for sex.
Newslaundry columnist and ex-AMU student leader Sharjeel Usmani booked in Pune for his hate speech against Hindus
Delivering a venomous speech targeting Hindus, Usmani had said that the 'Hindu Samaj' of today is "rotten" to the core.
On the night of 14 January, Baskar had allegedly turned off the street lights and painted the cross on the walls of the temple
“Absolutely rubbish”, “Propaganda driven” and “Hinduphobic”: Netizens call for a boycott of Tandav web-series on Amazon Prime
Saif Ali Khan-starrer Tandav on Amazon Prime is drawing severe flak online for its Hinduphobic content
Andhra Pradesh: Seer Tridandi Chinna Jeeyar Swamy to begin yatras over continued attacks on temples in the state
The seer expressed his disappointment over the continued attacks on temples and mentioned that over 50 temples have been attacked in the recent months.
Delhi Riots: Umar Khalid conspired with Tahir Hussain and others, court takes cognisance of charge sheet
Judicial Custody of all accused of Anti-Hindu Delhi Riots has been extended till January 19.
How Times of India and The Hindu turned ‘Haroon’, who posed as a priest, to a ‘Tantrik’ to secularise the crime
The Times of India, in its attempt to 'secularise' the crime, passed off the accused as a 'Tantrik', when it was, in fact, a man named Harun