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‘Britain would be a lesser country without your contribution’ – UK PM Boris Johnson to British Indians on Diwali

In his Diwali greetings, Boris Johnson thanked the British Indian community for their service during the Covid-19 pandemic

Jains in Karnataka’s Belagavi take out protest march against religious conversions, urge state govt to pass anti-conversion law

Jain organisations in Belagavi have urged the Karnataka state government to introduce an anti-conversion law to stop rampant religious conversions.

Communal tension as chicken biryani sold under banner of ‘Jain Shikanji’ outside temple in UP, mob attacks Jain pilgrims who objected

Six, including Sonu, Sharafat, Shahzad, Arshad, Nadeem and Naushad are booked in the case. Police is currently on the lookout for other accused.

Yogi Adityanath government increases Jain representation in UP minority commission: Here are the changes

The UP government on Friday announced a new 8-member minority commission headed by Agra based Ashfaq Saifi

Rajasthan: Burglars lock sleeping priest to steal several 500-year-old idols from Jain temple in Jaipur

The working committee members demanded immediate arrest of the culprits and requested the Rajasthan government to protect the Jain temples in Rajasthan

Supreme Court grants permission for religious functions at 3 Jain Temples in Mumbai during ‘Paryushana’

Earlier last week, the Shri Parshwatilak Shwetambar Murtipujak Jain Trust had approached the top court seeking permission to keep Jain Temples open during the Paryushana festival which commenced on August 15.

Chennai ‘No Muslim Staff’ case: Complaint filed against Delhi lawyer Rizwan Nizami over sharing Photoshopped image to defame the bakery

On 8 May, Nizami had tweeted an image expressing anger that a Chennai-based bakery had said it does not employ Muslim bakers.

Jainism making inroads in Japan, thousands of people travel to India to embrace Jainism by taking Deeksha

Thousands of Japanese turn to Jainism, many are readying themselves to take up monkhood.

Months after “quitting” active politics, musician Vishal Dadlani campaigns for Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi

Vishal Dadlani was recently fined Rs 10 lakh for hurting religious sentiments of the Jain community by his tweets on monk Tarun Sagar

Madhya Pradesh: Jain community seeks permission to hold a procession for Acharya Vidyasagar, permission letter says it has to be anti-CAA

While granting conditional permission, the SDM had put up 17 points before the Jain community. The 15th point stated that the permission is being granted only for anti-CAA event. The rest were concerning the "dos and don'ts" for the organisers as Section 144 was in force. 

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