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Karnataka PFI leader warns Muslims against donating to Ram Mandir, case registered for hate speech: Read what he said

Following the PFI leader's provocative speech, the Karnataka Home Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Friday has taken a strong exception to his speech and directed police to file a case against the PFI leader.

Ex-Karnataka CM Kumaraswamy compares Ram Mandir donation drive to Nazi propaganda

"The fundamental rights of people are being snatched away in the country now," claimed Kumaraswamy.

As Kunal Kamra refuses to apologise for Tweet against SC, comic artist Rachita Taneja requests to separate her contempt case from Kamra’s

AG had granted consent to initiate contempt proceedings against Rachita Taneja for her Tweets against the judiciary

Pakistan mirrors Congress, asks for a ban on RSS at UNSC, calls it a ‘violent extremist supremacist group’

Pakistan has used its chance to speak at the UNSC to criticise the RSS as a 'violent extremist group'.

RSS stalwart and eminent scholar Madhav Govind Vaidya passes away at the age of 97

RSS ideologue and the first spokesperson of the organization Madhav Govind Vaidya passed away in Nagpur on Saturday afternoon.

‘Sanitary Panels clearly implies that SC is biased towards BJP’: Attorney General slams comic artist for assault on courts, allows contempt proceedings

Webcomic Sanitary Panels founder Rachita Taneja is known for her controversial, hateful and often Hinduphobic Tweets

Standing against forced conversions and regressive exclusivism: In conversation with the Nationalist Hindustani Christians’ Manch

The Hindustani Christians’ Manch aims to to demolish the false narrative that the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh is anti-Christian

After failing to block terror groups and inching towards global backlist, Pakistan attempts to paint RSS as a terror org

The irony is that despite receiving an low rating by FATF, Pakistan urges the terror watchdog to take action against India

Nagpur Riots of 1923: How it played in Dr K.B Hedgewar’s life and lead to the formation of RSS

The incident of 1923 made Dr Hedgewar think intensively about the condition of Hindus in Nagpur, and played a major role in his decision of founding the RSS

Despite the negative media attention, RSS forges forward: Here’s why

It was none other than married women who were a part of the RSS that stepped up and made sure surveys were conducted in multiple villages across India.

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