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Mar 16, 2015
Ghar wapsi: Nearly 2,000 people have re-embraced Hinduism in MP, says RSSRSS on Monday sought to justify its reconversion programmes by saying it was "national necessity" while it claimed that 'ghar wapsi' was going on "unnoticed" in Madhya Pradesh and nearly 2,000 people have re-embraced Hinduism in the state during the last few months.
Feb 27, 2015
A person can be accorded SC status on his reconversion to Hinduism: Apex courtThe Supreme Court on Thursday held that a person can be accorded Scheduled Caste (SC) status on his re-conversion to Hinduism if he is accepted by fellow caste men and proves that either he or his forefathers previously belonged to that caste before embracing another religion.
Feb 03, 2015
West Bengal govt's responsibility to stop forced conversions in state, says BJPBJP's national secretary Siddharth Nath Singh said that the onus was on the state governments to stop such activities.
Jan 29, 2015
Now 'Ghar Wapsi' in Bengal? TMC says won't tolerate VHP's 'dirty tricks'Reacting strongly to alleged conversion of the tribal Christians to Hinduism, the ruling Trinamool Congress said the administration would take a stern action if it was done forcefully.
Jan 02, 2015
From ghar wapsi to PK 'protests': Hindutva mob violence is also terrorismMob violence is to radical Hindutva groups what guns and grenades are to the revolutionary Left. Mob is the vanguard of rightwing politics, sent to terrorise Hindu-Muslim couples, whether married or romancing each other.
Dec 28, 2014
Conversion row: Digvijay Singh pitches for 'Freedom of Religion Act'Amid voices advocating for a stringent anti-conversion law in the country, Digvijay Singh said instead of anti- conversion law, India needs a 'Freedom of Religion Act'.
Dec 27, 2014
VHP in Kerala plans to continue 'ghar wapsi' programmeAnnouncing plans to continue with their 'ghar wapsi' programme in Kerala, Vishwa Hindu Parishad today asserted that no forcible conversions were taking place here and said it would help those who wanted to embrace Hinduism.