The burden of peace and harmony in New India, a Hindu Rashtra, is now on Muslims. The burden of peace demands conformity of the Muslim community.
Foreign minister Jaishankar's rebuttal to US report on religious freedom is hypocritical; rule of law is weakly articulated in India
Theoretically, the Constitution does protect the religious freedom of citizens and the rule of law protects fundamental rights. But anybody who follows public affairs even in the most cursory manner knows how weakly the rule of law is articulated in India and how easily constitutional guarantees can be violated
Modi government 2.0: PM urges BJP leaders, allies to win faith of minorities as part of endeavour for 'sabka vishwas'
At the NDA meeting at the Parliament Central Hall, Narendra Modi urged BJP leaders and allies to work on getting rid of fear and distrust among minorities and make no distinction among castes and communities.
'We will show the (Narendra) Modi government how to treat minorities,' Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan had vowed in December last year, reiterating his catchphrase, 'this is Naya Pakistan'.
2018 saw most religion-based hate crimes, deaths in decade: Adityanath's UP saw most such clashes, followed by Bihar
With 93 attacks as of 26 December, the year 2018 saw the most hate crimes motivated by religious bias in India in a decade. In 2018, 30 people were killed – the highest number since 2009 – and at least 305 were injured in such attacks.
Imran Khan says 'will show Narendra Modi govt how to treat minorities', referring to Naseeruddin Shah's remarks on Bulandshahr
In reference to the controversy surrounding Naseeruddin Shah's comments on communal violence in Bulandshahr, Pakistani prime minister Imran Khan said if justice is not given to the weak then it will only lead to an uprising.
Karnataka polls 2018: Who is BJP to hand out religious tags, asks Prakash Raj, blasts party’s 'divisive politics'
As Karnataka prepares to elect its next government on 12 May, actor and activist Prakash Raj said governance would thrive over 'communal politics' that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) braces as its agenda.
'Hindus don't cut hair on Tuesday': Muslim barber told to shut shop, triggers riot in Mangalore village
A riot was triggered in the Nelliyadi village, 70km from Mangalore, after a Muslim barber refused to shut shop on Tuesday.
A church in the Cantonment area here was allegedly vandalised by unknown miscreants in the wee hours today, triggering outrage among the members of the local Christian community.
Accusing "Hindutva" forces and Modi government of unleashing an anti-minority terror campaign in the name of 'Ghar Wapsi', CPI said that all attempts are being made to divide the country on religious lines to create tensions and fear psychosis.
The rape, apparently a pre-determined act by the criminals, was the latest in a series of attacks against the Christians reported from different parts of the country.