US religious freedom report: Behind the rank hypocrisy lies evangelical zeal and a misplaced sense of moral superiority
The premise of the US state department's report on India is based on an assumption that banning religious conversion violates religious freedom.
Report on religious freedom exposes bias of some in US against Modi govt, writes BJP's foreign affairs in-charge Vijay Chauthaiwale
According to Vijay Chauthaiwale, US state department's special adviser on minority affairs Knox Thames' visit to India was aimed at defaming the BJP, the Modi government and the Hindu society at large.
US has 'no locus standi' to comment on religious freedom in India: MEA on report alleging attacks by Hindu groups on minorities
India's reaction was to an annual International Religious Freedom Report by the US, which alleged that mob attacks by violent extremist Hindu groups against minority communities continued in India in 2018.
Narendra Modi's Ram Mandir comments dent major Congress talking point, shore up his base ahead of 2019
Prime Minister Narendra Modi made clear five things during his interview with ANI
Ram temple ordinance can be considered only after legal process ends, says Narendra Modi; accuses Congress of creating 'obstacles' in SC
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday made it clear that any decision on bringing an ordinance on Ram temple can be considered only after the judicial process ends.
Ram Temple over development appears to be BJP’s strategy for 2019; MPs, Hindutva groups mount pressure on leadership
Given all the Ram Temple-leaning signs the BJP has shown in recent months, it looks like the party is ready to stick with its saffron strategy and go ahead with its temple first, development later line of work.
NIA raids three houses in Coimbatore over plot to kill Hindu outfit leaders; police suspect Islamic State link
NIA raided three places in Tamil Nadu's Coimbatore Wednesday in connection with the alleged plot to kill Hindu outfit leaders
Sabarimala sees 50% dip in devotees since 2017; Hindu groups say CPM govt trying to 'take over' Ayyappa shrine
While the BJP blamed the adamant stand took by the state government to implement Supreme Court verdict on Sabarimala for the troubles, the ruling CPM held the saffron party’s attempt to reap political mileage out of the situation responsible for the crisis at Sabarimala.
Hindu groups tell media outlets to not depute young women journalists to cover Sabarimala as temple gates open again on Monday
Several Hindu outfits in Kerala agitating against the entry of women of menstrual age into the famous Sabarimala Temple have urged media outlets not to depute women journalists to cover the issue as the Lord Ayyappa temple is set to open Monday for a special puja.
Madhya Pradesh Police arrests Christian priest, questions seminary members after Bajrang Dal alleges forced conversions
Police arrested Christian priest and were questioning members of a seminary after Bajrang Dal accused them of trying to convert villagers to Christianity
Malappuram natives hold on to experiences of Hindu-Muslim unity as divisive politics rise on Twitter
There were all sorts of stories doing the rounds and concerted efforts to drive their point that Kerala was fast going the Kashmir way and non-Muslims, mainly Hindus, were being driven out of Malappuram.
Hindu groups held demonstrations against Ae Dil Hai Mushkil in many cities of Madhya Pradesh. However, theatres continued to show the movie.
Amid raging controversy over "ghar wapsi", nine persons, including three couples, were reconverted to Hindu religion after being Christians for over a decade at a brief ceremony in Chennai.
The ghar wapsi team is rearing its ugly head and this time it plans to avoid the media glare with Rajeshwar Singh at the helm of things.
NCP leader Praful Patel on Monday said that right-wing organisations, including VHP and RSS, were creating trouble for the Narendra Modi government through their "religious programmes".
Do you know who the "biggest enemies of Hindutva" are? ‘Malicious-5 or M5 — Marxism, Macaulayism, Missionaries, Materialism and Muslim extremism.
Often seen as foot soldiers of RSS, these groups appear to be causing more damage to the reputation of the RSS than giving it pan-Indian acceptability.
Hindu groups alleged that there was a conspiracy by the government to keep the accused free and that the Meerut victim had changed her statement under duress.
The victim in the Meerut gangrape case has been admitted to a private hospital by a family and her condition is critical.
Sharad Pawar has floated a new theory of guilt by remote association by linking the Pune techie's murder to the formation of a BJP government in Delhi. By this yardstick, we should blame the Congress's tenure for Naxal violence