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.
Assam: Court in Kokrajhar rejects Gujarat MLA Jignesh Mevani’s bail plea, remands him to 3-day police custody
Mevani's lawyers have informed that a review petition will be filed in the Guwahati High Court on Monday.
Back in 2010 in an editorial in Shiv Sena mouthpiece Saamana, the erstwhile saffron party had called Godse a patriot
Congress party demands to ban the movie ‘Why I killed Gandhi’ in Maharashtra, Cine Workers Association seek nationwide ban
Maharashtra Congress President Nana Patole said that the party will not allow ‘Why I killed Gandhi’ to be released in Maharashtra
NCP MP Amol Kolhe faces backlash from his own party for playing Nathuram Godse in the film ‘Why I Killed Gandhi’
Amol Kolhe, the film's main character, has been acting since 2008 and has been a part of many historical-themed films
After Chhattisgarh, now Maharashtra police file case against Kalicharan Maharaj for criticising Gandhi, taken to Thane for interrogation
After arresting Kalicharan Maharaj from Madhya Pradesh without informing MP govt, Chhattisgarh hands him over to Maharashtra police
This is the statement on MK Gandhi for which Kalicharan Maharaj has been arrested by Congress govt in Chhattisgarh: Read details
Kalicharan Maharaj blamed Gandhi for the partition of India and for allowing the mass slaughter of Hindus on Direct Action Day.
Sant Kalicharan Maharaj blamed Mahatma Gandhi of division of India and reportedly praised Nathuram Godse for killing him.
After Mahesh Manjerkar announced a movie on Nathuram Godse, AAP leader Sanjay Singh asked PM Modi if he gave permission for the biopic
Hindu Mahasabha asks Rahul Gandhi to change Congress’ name to ‘Godsevadi Congress’ after Godse follower joined party: Read why
Hindu Mahasabha has advised Congress leader Rahul Gandhi to change the name of the Congress party to Godsevadi Congress.