'Which religion are you following?': Digvijaya Singh seeks apology from BJP leaders for 'dragging Lord Hanuman into caste politics'
The Congress veteran, Digvijaya Singh demanded that organisations like Akhada Parishad, ,VHP and RSS condemn the statements made by the BJP leaders and snap ties with them.
Lord Hanuman row: Shiv Sena takes dig at ally BJP, say now Ramayana characters should keep caste documents ready
Taking a dig at the ongoing debate over the caste of Lord Hanuman, BJP ally Shiv Sena Saturday said other characters from the epic Ramayana better keep their caste certificates ready.
Hanuman caught in caste row: After Yogi Adityanath labelled Hindu god as Dalit, UP minister claims he was Jat
Opining that Lord Hanuman belonged to the Jat community, Uttar Pradesh Minister for Religious Affairs Laxmi Narayan Chaudhary joined the debate surrounding the identity of the Hindu deity.
Uttar Pradesh minister Laxmi Narayan Chaudhary rejects Mohsin Raza's remarks on new dress code for madrassa students
Uttar Pradesh minister of state Mohsin Raza said the current dressing style of madrassa students reflects a clear demarcation between them and the students of other schools which will come to an end now
Yogi Adityanath govt to cancel recognition of 2,300 'fake' madrassas for failing to submit details, says state minority minister
Nearly 2,300 madrassas in Uttar Pradesh run the risk of losing their recognition for not submitting their details on the website of Uttar Pradesh Madrasa Board
The Yogi Adityanath government has decided to introduce NCERT books in madrassas in Uttar Pradesh, apart from making mathematics and science compulsory at the intermediate level in the Islamic schools.
After UP govt drops Taj Mahal from tourism booklet, minister says right to keep monument out of list of key attractions
A state minister in the Uttar Pradesh government said that the Taj Mahal had "rightly been kept out" of the list of key attractions in the state.
The Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh is thinking of introducing a 'thaali' priced at just Rs 5 to ensure that people belonging to economically weaker sections get at least one square meal a day.