Say it with me: It is the Hindu festival season that has brought the economy back on track.
No, India Today, Katrina Kaif in yellow saree for Navratri is not offensive to Hindus, this is where you got it wrong
India Today tries to be holier than thou while trying to paint Hindus as trolls over Eros Now's vulgar Navratri posts
After netizens outraged over vulgar posts on Navratri, Eros Now issued an apology.
Kathua lawyer links sex crimes with worshipping Devi to target and guilt trip Hindus during Navratri, Congress joins in
Deepika Singh Rajawat raked up the Kathua case during Navrati in order to dampen the festive fervour among Hindus.
Yogi government to launch Mission Shakti on Navratri festival for women and children’s safety and empowerment: Details
The initiative will include a number of activities like short films, street plays, workshops, etc. to make women and children aware of their rights.
Uttar Pradesh: Ram Lalla idol shifted to temporary structure till construction of Bhavya Ram Mandir is complete
On first day of Chaitra Navratri, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath shifted the Ram Lalla idol to a temporary structure near Manas Bhawan in Ram Janmabhoomi premises.
8 attacks on Durga Puja and Dussehra processions in just 2 days, Durga idol vandalisation reported across India
Miscreants vandalise idols, break into temples during the Navratri festival
Propagandists share 2017 incident of Dalit man beaten to death allegedly for attending Navratri event as recent one
Several Hinduphobic propagandists have shared a 2017 report to allege as if the unfortunate incident of a Dalit man being beaten up allegedly for attending Garba event has happened during the current Navratri festival.
Madhya Pradesh Congress worker ‘worships’ Sonia Gandhi during Navratri, considers her a manifestation of ‘Devi’
In Datia, Madhya Pradesh, Dr TK worships Sonia Gandhi during the Navratri because he believes she is a manifestation of the goddess.
Bajrang Dal says Aadhaar should be mandatory at entry points of Garba and Dandiya events to keep a check on ‘non-Hindus’
According to Bajrang Dal, the miscreants often misbehave with women and girls participating in the event and sometimes rough up men who come to their rescue.