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Babri Masjid demolition anniversary: No 'shaurya diwas' or ‘black day’ as Ayodhya moves on
India

Babri Masjid demolition anniversary: No 'shaurya diwas' or ‘black day’ as Ayodhya moves on

Until 2018, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) used to observe the day as ''shaurya diwas'' (day of bravery), while the Muslims in the town marked it as ''black day''

Love jihad and the law: How can marriage be solely for the purpose of conversion?
India

Love jihad and the law: How can marriage be solely for the purpose of conversion?

BJP CMs have declared their intention to enact laws against this practice but the fear of physical harm has failed to deter young women from marrying out of choice

Terrorism, clandestine nuclear trade constitute Pakistan's only 'crowning glory', says India at UN
India

Terrorism, clandestine nuclear trade constitute Pakistan's only 'crowning glory', says India at UN

The strong rebuttal came after Imran Khan spoke about India's internal affairs, including the issue of Jammu and Kashmir, at the high-level General Debate

Ayodhya Ram Mandir: Symbol of 'Hindu pride' marks culmination of colonial view of Hinduism, project of Partition
India

Ayodhya Ram Mandir: Symbol of 'Hindu pride' marks culmination of colonial view of Hinduism, project of Partition

The construction of the Ayodhya Ram Temple is a symbol of the return of Hindu power in the direction of restoring a Bharat of yore — a Bharat that never actually existed.

Putting the 'civil' back in civilisation: On loudspeakers, religious sentiments and the right to a peaceful night’s sleep
India

Putting the 'civil' back in civilisation: On loudspeakers, religious sentiments and the right to a peaceful night’s sleep

Twenty full years after rules regarding noise pollution were framed, they are observed almost entirely in the breach, by groups religious as well as secular.

Students, activists, Indian diaspora protest against CAA, Delhi riots in London; demand Amit Shah’s resignation
World

Students, activists, Indian diaspora protest against CAA, Delhi riots in London; demand Amit Shah’s resignation

A large group of students, human rights activists and diaspora group representatives gathered outside the Indian High Commission on Saturday for a protest against the CAA and the associated violence in Delhi

Delhi students appearing for CBSE exams on edge as violence grips Delhi; parents fear for safety, mental well-being
India

Delhi students appearing for CBSE exams on edge as violence grips Delhi; parents fear for safety, mental well-being

Delhi continues to be ravaged by violence between the pro and anti-CAA protesters, but schoolchildren who are taking their board exams have become an unintended victim of the situation

Delhi communal violence: City's past shows Hindu-Muslim enmity predates Hindutva, political parties and even Partition
Politics

Delhi communal violence: City's past shows Hindu-Muslim enmity predates Hindutva, political parties and even Partition

This week, as Delhi struggles with the fallout from weekend violence which ended in a temple in the city's Chawri Bazaar area being vandalised, the 1974 riots — one of the deadliest Hindu-Muslim clashes in post-Independence Delhi — are a useful prism to inspect what happened, and wh

No shaking hands or public gatherings: Coronavirus effects religious gathering in South Asian countries
World

No shaking hands or public gatherings: Coronavirus effects religious gathering in South Asian countries

Prayers for the sick, finding a cure and the spread of the virus to come to an end are few public prayer requests given out by religious leaders.

Sabarimala case: SC upholds earlier decision referring matter to larger 9-judge bench; daily hearings begin 17 Feb
India

Sabarimala case: SC upholds earlier decision referring matter to larger 9-judge bench; daily hearings begin 17 Feb

The Supreme Court held that its five-judge bench can refer questions of law to a larger bench while exercising its limited power under review jurisdiction in the Sabarimala case

RSS' Bhaiyyaji Joshi says Hindu community 'not synonymous' with BJP, political fight should not be linked to religion
India

RSS' Bhaiyyaji Joshi says Hindu community 'not synonymous' with BJP, political fight should not be linked to religion

Invoking history, the RSS leader said Hindus never invaded other countries. 'Whatever wars Hindus had fought were for self defence. Everyone has the right to self defence,' he said.

US announces launch of International Religious Freedom Alliance; other participants include Australia, Brazil, UK, Israel, Ukraine, Netherlands, Greece
World

US announces launch of International Religious Freedom Alliance; other participants include Australia, Brazil, UK, Israel, Ukraine, Netherlands, Greece

It is an Alliance of 'like-minded partners who treasure, and fight for, international religious freedom for every human being', US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in his address during the formal launch

Sarnami: An Indian language born in South America, on the verge of becoming an endangered tongue
Life

Sarnami: An Indian language born in South America, on the verge of becoming an endangered tongue

Sarnami (sometimes called Suriname Hindustani) is a mixture of the Indian tongues that the immigrants spoke. It has also adopted words from Dutch and Sranan Tongo. The grammar and lexicon of Sarnami reflect the influence of all its mother languages.

At Surat rally, Union minister Pratap Chandra Sarangi calls CAA atonement for 'sin of Partition', blames Congress for unrest over citizenship law
Politics

At Surat rally, Union minister Pratap Chandra Sarangi calls CAA atonement for 'sin of Partition', blames Congress for unrest over citizenship law

Union Minister of State for MSME Pratap Chandra Sarangi on Saturday said the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) was a way to 'atone for the sin of Partition' committed by the Congress

In Odisha, touts have a field day as illiterate migrants scramble for documents to prove domicile status; activists condemn NRC, religion-based CAA
India

In Odisha, touts have a field day as illiterate migrants scramble for documents to prove domicile status; activists condemn NRC, religion-based CAA

After the BJD lent support in the Parliament to the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik announced that the party doesn’t support NRC. Following the President's assent to CAA, migrants went on an overdrive to procure as many documents possible to prove their domicile status

NRC required in West Bengal, infiltrators have become vote bank of ruling TMC, says BJP state chief Dilip Ghosh
India

NRC required in West Bengal, infiltrators have become vote bank of ruling TMC, says BJP state chief Dilip Ghosh

He criticised West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee's opposition to NPR and said that it has become her habit to resist whatever is good for the country.

CAA protest: Days after violence, Seelampur seeks answers on who incited clashes; anxious residents return to streets despite crackdown
India

CAA protest: Days after violence, Seelampur seeks answers on who incited clashes; anxious residents return to streets despite crackdown

Even though the stones strewn across the streets in Delhi's Seelampur have been cleared and daily life has returned in the busy trading area of the National Capital, the anxiety over the law and order situation that took the locality hostage on Tuesday is still palpable

At anti-CAA stir in Chicago, Indian-Americans and students say citizenship law a step towards 'rupturing India's social fabric'
World

At anti-CAA stir in Chicago, Indian-Americans and students say citizenship law a step towards 'rupturing India's social fabric'

Indian-American Muslim Council, in a statement, strongly condemned the alleged 'brutal crackdown' on students of Jamia and AMU