Case registered against senior BHU official for removing RSS flag from its south campus in Uttar Pradesh's Mirzapur
Case under various sections has been registered against south campus deputy chief proctor, Kiran Damle for outraging religious feelings
President's Rule in Maharashtra: If governments cannot be changed through elections, democracy stands diminished
The use of President's Rule to keep opposition parties out of power was a favoured tactic in the country during the rule of Indira Gandhi, when the Congress was a behemoth of the sort that the BJP is now becoming. If every election leads to the rule of the same party and largely the same few individuals, it is not very different from the one-party rule of China.
AIMPLB says it may seek review of Supreme Court's Ayodhya judgment; several Muslim leaders, bodies against it
Addressing a press conference, AIMPLB secretary Zafaryab Jilani said, "We are dissatisfied with certain findings of the Supreme Court.... We respect the Supreme Court verdict and respectfully disagree with certain aspects of it." Jilani said they will study the judgement and may seek a review.
'Let's forget past controversies': Mohan Bhagwat, addressing media post SC's Ayodhya ruling, pushes a kinder and gentler Sangh Parivar
The press conference of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat after the Supreme Court verdict on Ayodhya issue on Saturday was a historical first for the Sangh Parivar.
Ahead of Ayodhya verdict, All India Muslim Personal Law Board asks Muslims to repose faith in Constitution
Ahead of the Ayodhya case verdict, senior member of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board Maulana Khalid Rasheed Firangi Mahali on Friday said imams should advice Muslims to repose faith in the Constitution
Ayodhya dispute: Expecting favourable SC verdict, RSS steps up effort to preserve communal harmony, asks cadres for restraint
The RSS and BJP leaders have been deliberating at length over the issue and have come up to a well-considered decision to ask their cadre and sympathisers to respect the Supreme Court verdict.
Manish Tewari blames Savarkar for Gandhi's murder, Manmohan Singh says party not against the man: Why Congress can't make up its mind on Hindutva leader's legacy
Congress' overtly critical views on Savarkar appear to be of recent vintage, and equally neoteric is the party's confusion over where to position itself regarding the radical Hindu leader
BJP’s fervent bid to confer Bharat Ratna on Savarkar shows party's strategy to embed RSS in Indian history
Adding Savarkar to the pantheon of national heroes with government sanction at this stage would be a permanent move that cannot be rescinded later — a level of state patronage that Savarkar never received except under colonial times.
'God save this country': Congress slams Maharashtra BJP's promise of Bharat Ratna for VD Savarkar in election manifesto
The Congress criticised the BJP after its Maharashtra unit mooted Bharat Ratna award for Hindutva ideologue VD Savarkar.
BSP says RSS' vision of India contradictory to that of BR Ambedkar, cites lynchings, atrocities against Dalits
'RSS vision has been spelled out by MS Golwalkar, he mentions that RSS wants to build India as Hindu Rashtra', he said
'Muslims in India are the happiest': Mohan Bhagwat says minorities, historically persecuted faiths thrive in India due to 'Hindu culture'
Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) supremo Mohan Bhagwat said that people of other faiths have sought refuge in India due to the 'Hindu culture'.
Couple, 8-year-old son murdered in West Bengal's Murshidabad district; victim was in RSS, says right-wing group
Three members of a family were hacked to death by unidentified miscreants in Jiaganj of West Bengal's Murshidabad district, a senior police officer said on Wednesday
Mohan Bhagwat's views on lynching reflect both his analysis of the problem, as well, as his prescription for a solution. What has rightly received criticism is his analysis.
'A crime is a crime': Shashi Tharoor, Asaduddin Owaisi slam Mohan Bhagwat's comment describing lynchings as 'western construct'
Earlier in the day, Bhagwat said lynching is a 'western construct' and should not be used in the Indian context to defame the country.
'Lynching is foreign concept used to defame India': In Dussehra speech, Mohan Bhagwat says violence not RSS' sanskar
Bhagwat also said that the citizens could not just be concerned with their selfish interests and sit back and relax. To overcome the economic hurdle, individual contribution and hard work was need of the hour.
'No place for Hindus in world except India': RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat weighs in on Kashmir after Article 370, NRC, mob lynchings
Meeting comes a year after Bhagwat's three-day lecture series in September last year, in which Indian media had participated but international media was largely left out
Netflix probably adapted Sacred Games into a series because its underlying sociopolitical commentary has echoes across the globe, and not just India.
Congress in Assam: Party at risk of being shellacked again if it fails to navigate host of external challenges
Be it the Muslims, tea garden workers or the various Scheduled Tribes in Assam, the Congress no longer has a consolidated voter base to fall back upon.
Congress in Assam: Infighting, lobbying, exodus hurl erstwhile political powerhouse down path of self-destruction
It is often alleged that due to the appeasement practice, undeserving candidates got tickets to fight the elections resulting in humiliating defeats for the Congress.
Pehlu Khan murder: Acquittal of accused shocks Muslims, threatens to weaken community's faith in judiciary
Unlike political parties, the judiciary is not susceptible to the game of numbers; its powers do not flow from winning elections.