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Madhya Pradesh: NCPCR writes to police seeking report in case where a tilak-wearing boy was assaulted by teacher Nishaad Begum

The victim Pawan Sen and his family have expressed their dissatisfaction to NCPCR over the ongoing police investigation

Madhya Pradesh: Teacher Nishaad Begum gets a class 8 student beaten up for sporting ‘tilak’ to school, NCPCR orders probe

Some outsiders assaulted a class 8 Hindu boy on instructions of his Muslim teacher for wearing a Tilak to school in Madhya Pradesh

Firangi lord Rahul Gandhi realises the glory of Hindu festival after witnessing it, makes superb U-turns while making zero sense

After Congress tried to ban Jallikattu for years, today Rahul Gandhi has decided that he likes it. Also the lord Gandhi has been kind enough to allow us brown people to continue their traditional festivities on Pongal.

Priests from Sringeri perform Bhumi Pujan as PM Modi lays foundation stone of new parliament building: Read details

The Bhumi Pujan for Central Vista was performed as per Hindu traditions and several religious ceremonies were scheduled to be held on the occasion of the historic event.

Turkish channel blurs Radha Krishna murtis while telecasting a dubbed version of Hindi serial

Turkish channel Kanal 7 was found blurring the Radha Krishna idols placed in a family temple in some scenes of Hindi serial 'Saath Nibhaana Saathiya".

Netizens outrage after Scotch-Brite says it will remove ‘regressive’ bindi in new logo

Karthik Srinivasan, who claims to be communications strategy consultant, recently took to LinkedIn to call out Scotch-Brite for their logo which stereotypes gender roles.

BJP changes its stand on Rath Yatra cancellation, advises Odisha govt to find ways to conduct devotee-less Rath Yatra in Puri

Earlier BJP had said everyone has to abide by SC order canceling the Rath Yatra this year, but now wants devotee less Rath Yatra in Puri

Did you know? Lord Jagannath in Puri is now under ‘quarantine’ till Ratha Yatra. Read details of the ‘Anasara’ ritual of the ancient Hindu...

At the Shree Jagannath Temple of Puri, Odisha, every year after the Devasnana Purnima, the three deities of the temple - Lord Jagannath, Devi Subhadra, and Lord Balabhadra, go into a 'quarantine' for a period of fourteen days to recover completely from their 'illness'.

From ‘terrorizing Holi’ to ‘health hazard Ramayana’: How media demonizes Hindus and all they hold sacred

The Hinduphobic media organisations regularly offend Hindu sentiments by bashing Hindu festivals.

Ranchi: Denied place for burial in Christian cemetery, the family of the deceased cremates the body with Hindu rituals

The father of the Saint Francis Church reportedly denied the deceased man's son, Philip, of having any place left in the Christian cemetery to lay his father to rest

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