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British school book compares Dharma to terrorism, withdrawn after outrage amongst the Indian diaspora

Giving example of the Kshatriya Arjuna, the textbook stated that some Hindus have turned to terrorism to protect Hindu beliefs.

Karnataka govt decides to drop Class VI lesson that mocked Hindu religious beliefs

A lesson in the Class VI textbooks in Karnataka that had mocked the Hindu traditions of 'yaga' removed by govt after protests

Pakistan enacts law to supervise Islamic material in textbooks, Ulema Board approval to be mandatory for Islam-related content

Pakistan passes law mandated that no material related to Islam can be published in the textbooks without prior approval

Congress govt in Rajasthan removes Deendayal Upadhyay’s name from the name of scholarship test

Rajasthan govt says that the name of Deendayal Upadhyay was added to the talent search test for no reasons, therefore the name has now been dropped

After Veer Savarkar, Congress govt in Rajasthan removes demonetisation reference from school textbooks

The Congress govt in Rajasthan has reversed the decision of the previous BJP government to include a portion of demonetisation in the political science textbook

Perils of historical amnesia : Hindus have forgotten about a thousand years of Islamic persecution

Burying historical facts to shield minorities from 'embarrassment' will only embolden religious fanatics and extremists. 

The real whitewashing – how the crime of burning 59 Hindus alive was covered up

Important to remember this in wake of fake outrage created by some over a change in textbook term

Save Our Children: Analysis of History books studied through ICSE syllabus for schools

A deep dive into the books used for teaching our children reveals much work is needed

Reviving Indian Textbooks: The Gandhi Parivar files

Sonia, Rahul and Priyanka Gandhi, all find a mention in India's school books. Catching them young?

Reviving Indian Textbooks: The Barkha files

Barkha Dutt's story was found in textbooks Indian students read

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After Pakistani bots, Pakistani Prime Minister now attacks French President Emmanuel Macron for calling out radical Islam

Pakistan PM Imran Khan said that Muslims react violently to alleged blasphemy because he Prophet lives in their hearts

Kerala: Photographer Dia John depicts Hindu deity as smoking weed, deletes picture after outrage

Kochi-based Mukkootil Bhagavathy temple had filed a complaint against Dia John for hurting Hindu religious sentiments

Twitter user dares India Today to block him for calling it ‘sold out’, India Today obliges

When a netizen called all news channels ‘sold out’ and dared India Today to block him, the media house went ahead and obliged

FIR registered against activist-lawyer Deepika Singh Rajawat for cartoon linking rape with Hindu Goddess worship

The FIR has been registered against Deepika Singh Rajawat under sections 505 (b)(2), 294 and 295 A of the Indian Penal Code

In 2007, Lalu Yadav’s two sons, Tej Pratap and Tejashwi were thrashed by people for eve-teasing in Delhi

In 2007, sons of Lalu Prasad Yadav, Tejashwi Yadav and Tej Pratap Yadav, were found eve-teasing women on New Year's eve

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‘He supplies drugs and girls’: Estranged wife of Mahesh Bhatt’s nephew Luviena Lodh alleges harassment by nephew-uncle duo

Luviena Lodh said that Mahesh Bhatt is the don of the industry, and he controls everything that goes on in the film industry

France: Charlie Hebdo cartoons projected on government building to express solidarity with deceased teacher who was beheaded by Islamic terrorist

Days after the barbaric beheading of teacher Samuel Paty on the streets of Paris by a terrorist for showing the cartoons of Prophet Mohammad to his students, support continues to pour in for the deceased teacher.

Radio Mirchi RJ finds space with radical preacher Zakir Naik as she waters down terms like ‘Kafir’ and ‘Jihad’

A video featuring Radio Mirchi RJ Sayema is doing rounds on the internet in which she was seen normalising anti-Hindu bigotry by legitimising the usage of radical Islamic terms as 'Kafir' and 'Jihad'.

Faisal Khan says he wants to come out of brother Aamir Khan’s shadow who had earlier called him ‘mentally ill’

Faisal Khan said he will have to break out of his superstar brother's shadow and make his own decisions so that people recognise him as an individual

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