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Hindu Temples

Stolen idol of goddess Ugratara recovered from Assam village, thieves arrested

The Ashtadhadu idol of goddess Ugratara was stolen and the temple was vandalised on November 15.

Tamil Nadu: Stolen idol returned after 100 years by grandson of former priest who had stolen it

A 700 hundred-year-old idol of Dhroupathi Amman has been retrieved

Man behind the theft of three diamond studded gold crowns from Govindaraja Swami temple in Tirupati arrested, 1.3 kg melted gold seized

The missing crowns which date back to the 12th century were suspected to have been stolen at the time of evening prasad offerings.

Thousands gather for the foundation stone-laying ceremony for Abu Dhabi’s first Hindu temple

The seven emirates of the UAE would be represented by the seven towers of the temple in Abu Dhabi

Notre Dame deserves to be mourned, but spare a thought for India’s own temples that bore the onslaught of invaders

When a historical monument is harmed, it is not just the damage to the structure, but a massive blow to the culture, heritage and sometimes to even the civilization.

Restoring 400 ruined temples in 200 years: Pakistan’s new announcement appears to be another PR stunt to cover up the plight of Hindus

There were 428 Hindu temples at the time of Partition and out of which 408 of them were turned into toy stores, restaurants, government offices, and Madarsas.

Supreme Court asks ‘why government officials should manage temples’, bench talks about rampant idol theft in Tamil Nadu

A bench of Justices SA Bobde and SA Nazeer while considering the issue of harassment to several devotees visiting the Jagannath Temple in Puri, Odisha questioned as to why should government officials manage religious places and temples in the country.

Congress goons allegedly vandalise Vishnu Sahasranama Yajna by social activist Chakravarthy Sulibele, shout anti-Modi slogans

Congress party workers allegedly resorted to vandalism and attempted to prevent well-known social activist and orator, Chakravarthy Sulibele from addressing the gathering at Poornaprajna Vidyapeeta at Bangalore

Khajuraho, Islamic invaders and Mahatma Gandhi

One thing which strikes you about Khajuraho is extreme Islamic vandalism it has suffered.

Pakistan minister says ‘bells won’t toll in temples’, he forgets, India is the land of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj

Sheikh Rashid Ahmad, Federal Minister for Pakistani Railways, commented that should anyone look at Pakistan in a negative manner, then "the eyes will be ripped out, the grass will not grow, the birds will not chirp and the bells won't toll in Temples."

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Pakistan claims India staged Pulwama attack after Mumbai Police leaks chat to embarrass Arnab, Republic hits back: Details

Pakistan has now issued a statement on the nonsensical controversy surrounding the private WhatsApp chats of Arnab Goswami

Fake letter on Delhi BJP’s letterhead circulated containing derogatory comments and inciting violence against protesting farmers

The fake letter from BJP leader Rajesh Bhatia contains derogatory remarks for farmers and incites BJP workers for violence against farmers

Shiv Sena to contest West Bengal Assembly elections

Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut today took to Twitter to announce that the party will contest upcoming elections in West Bengal.

Bihar: Transgenders to be recruited into police either through direct appointment or competitive exam, reservations to be provided

The Bihar Police will now recruit people from the transgender community into its ranks and provide them reservations.

‘Azadi’ slogans raised at Azad Maidan in Mumbai as thousands of Muslim protestors gathered to protest against farm laws

The protestors raised 'Azadi' slogans in support of the farmers at the 'Kissan Alliance Morcha' that was held at the Azad Maidan yesterday

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British-Pakistani singer Zayn Malik says he loves India and fans can’t keep calm

Recently, Zayn Malik was heard singing Mohammad Rafi's Chaudavi Ka Chand in the track Tightrope.

What the Nidhi-Harvard story reveals about our world: Get off your high horse, you are not that special, anyway

Liberal journalist, Nidhi Razdan, thought she had received an offer from Harvard University to become an Associate Professor of journalism.

‘Not a single NPA in the three decades of its existence,’ Adani Group rubbishes Subramanian Swamy’s allegations

On Friday, BJP MP Subramanian Swamy had put out allegations on Twitter against Adani accusing him of non-payment of loans worth Rs 4.5 lakhs, which has allegedly turned into an NPA.

Condom over Shivling: Netizens slam actress Sayoni Ghosh for desecrating Hindu symbol, expose her dubious ‘account hacked’ claim

Saayoni Ghosh claimed that her account was hacked and she didn't posted the image in 2015, but netizens proved she is lying

Congress admits Mumbai police leaked Arnab Goswami chats: Here are all the wild conspiracy theories they generated

Prithviraj Chavan has admitted that it was the Mumbai Police which leaked the private WhatsApp chats of Arnab Goswami.

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