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Pathological compulsion to comment on India’s internal matter, spread hate: India tells Pakistan to stop its ‘juvenile propaganda’ on Ayodhya verdict

India denounced unwarranted remarks of Pakistan on Ayodhya and Jammu and Kashmir by Pakistani minister Shafqat Mahmood as “juvenile propaganda” and “fabricated lies”

Ahead of Ayodhya judgement by Supreme Court, Muslim clerics urge everyone to accept verdict and maintain calm

The final verdict in the long-drawn Ayodhya dispute is expected to come between November 4 to November 17

Ayodhya police issue circular, dismiss snooping, call recording rumours ahead of Ram Janmabhoomi verdict

The Supreme Court is expected to pass judgment on Ayodhya land dispute before November 17.

Ayodhya: Ram Janmabhoomi verdict expected in November, security tightened ahead of Diwali festivities

With Ram Janmabhoomi verdict expected in November, schools and campuses in the vicinity are being identified so that the additional forces can be accommodated.

Flurry of setbacks for Gandhis in National Herald and why, despite a pliant media, this could prove historic

The matter of National Herald did keep dragging on and bit by bit, things have consistently gone south for Congress and the Gandhi family

Court cites disgraced cop Sanjiv Bhatt’s criminal past, behaviour and false statements, denies bail

Sanjiv Bhatt is accused of being the mastermind behind the entire operation of kidnapping the lawyer and plating the narcotics that implicated the Rajasthan based lawyer. 

The Sabarimala verdict is anything but a gender equality win

I’m a Hindu woman and believer who is #READYTOWAIT and with this verdict, I feel utterly cheated and defeated

IPC Section 377: So what is really against the order of nature?

With the courts declaring that the lordships will deliver their verdict on Section 377 tomorrow, one can only hope sense prevails

Latest News

DD News temporarily shifts operations from Mandi House to Khelgaon after an employee tested positive for Coronavirus after death

News operations of DD News shifted to Khelgaon studio from the night of May 28 while Mandi house studios are sanitised

Mamata Banerjee opens up places of worship from June 1 in West Bengal, refuses to take migrants back saying Shramik Express trains are Corona...

Mamata Banerjee alleged that large numbers of workers returning is the reason behind spike in coronavirus cases in West Bengal

D10: Britain proposes new alliance of 10 democracies including India, South Korea, Australia and G7 nations to break China’s monopoly on 5G technology

The United Kingdom aims to create an alternative suppliers of 5G technology and other technologies to by forming the D10 group

IAF makes heavy-lift CH-47 Chinook helicopters operational in the Eastern air command near Indo-China border

CH-47 Chinook advanced multi-mission helicopters will be based at Air Force Station in Mohanbari in Dibrugarh of Assam near China border

White House slams Twitter for censoring US President Donald Trump but refusing to take action against glorification of Jihad

Donald Trump has been involved in a raging battle against social media giant Twitter after the latter included a 'fact-check' on his tweet.

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ISKCON files complaint against comedian Surleen Kaur and Shemaroo Entertainment Ltd for a video where ISKCON devotees were called ‘harami porn-waley’

Surleen Kaur had said in the video published by Shemaroo ‘no doubt we are from ISKCON, but from inside we are all harami porn lovers’.

ISKCON rejects Shemaroo Entertainment’s ‘apology’, to proceed with legal action against comedian Surleen Kaur for abusive, derogatory statements

A complaint had been filed by ISKCON organisation against comedian Ms Surleen Kaur and Shemaroo Entertainment Ltd for her abusive, derogatory remarks against the organisations, saints and Hindus.

Zaira Wasim, who had left acting for Islam, now quotes the Quran to insinuate that locust infestation in Rajasthan is ‘Allah’s wrath’

Several areas in Eastern Africa, Pakistan, and India have seen attacks by massive swarms of locusts recently. However, it is not understood why the former actress is insinuating these locust attacks as some sort of Islamic curse upon a specific group of people whom she refers to as 'arrogant'.

Woman raped by Moulvi Aslam, media gives it a ‘Hindu spin’ by using image of a saffron-clad Hindu priest and describing the perpetrator as...

A Muslim sorcerer claiming to relieve people of their miseries through his wizardry was depicted as a Hindu priest by media organisations

Twist in the tale: ISKCON accepts apology of Shemaroo, says won’t pursue its case against the company for Surleen Kaur video that insulted ISKCON...

ISKCON further stated that it does not believe in vengeance and instead acts in accordance to moral, ethical and legal values.

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