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Mathrubhumi News issues a public apology to RSS for a defamatory and factually incorrect article published in 2011

After 11 years of legal battle, Mathrubhumi apologised to RSS for publishing a factually incorrect article against it.

PFI cadres were being trained to infiltrate RSS and gather sensitive information to share with Islamic nations: Report

The major goal of this PFI infiltration was to keep an eye on the operations of RSS as well as to get classified material.

‘Can’t criticize Islam in Kerala’: Author C Ravichandran on being called Sanghi, says he has been criticising Sangh and Hindutva for a long time

C Ravichandran said that he has been criticising Sangh and Hindutva for a long time, but he was called Sanghi for criticising Islam

Rajdeep Sardesai tries to save Congress leaders after the ‘burn RSS’ campaign, dresses up the controversy as old vs new guard

Rajdeep Sardesai insinuated that the 'burn RSS' campaign was in fact the outcome of a generational gap within the Congress party.

‘If Jihadi violence continues like this, there will be a reaction, and Hindus won’t be responsible for it’: Vishwa Hindu Parishad

VHP general secretary Milind Parande said, "If the Jihadi mindset continues to commit such violence, then there will be express fury in the Hindu society and an extreme reaction."

Delhi: Jihadi enters VHP office and threatens to blow it up with a bomb, arrested

The jihadi reportedly entered RSS and VHP offices in Delhi and threatened to blow them up.

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.

Six RSS offices including those in Lucknow and Unnao receive bomb threats via Whatsapp, accused Raj Mohammad arrested in Tamil Nadu

The Tamil Nadu police have nabbed a man named Raj Mohammed who had, on Monday, June 6, sent threatening messages to blow up 6 RSS offices.

Gyanvapi is a matter of faith for Hindus, issue should be settled amicably, says RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat but advises against opening battles in...

RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat said that while they support the Gyanvapi move, they are against raising disputes over other mosques

PFI, SDPI extremist outfits indulging in serious acts of violence but not banned, observes Kerala High Court

Kerala High Court observed that PFI and SDPI are extremist organisations, which have not yet been banned

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