RSS will be held on Thursday in Jaipur to review the expansion of the organisation in Rajasthan.
Senior RSS leader Manmohan Vaidya on Thursday said Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi did not know anything about the Sangh, whose members did take part in the freedom struggle.
Controversy erupted after a Surat-based temple dressed up the idol of Lord Swaminarayan in RSS uniform, with Congress terming it as very unfortunate.
The RSS-BJP combine is dreaming of breeding a generation of dullards raised on government propaganda, pseudo-nationalism, myth masquerading as science and the drivel of an imagined past.
In "liberal" English language media's Idea of India (it's more likely the Idea of India International Centre, where these fake "liberals" hang out), the Mahatma can be critiqued but rubbishing "Saint" Teresa is "communal".
Needless to say, many of us loved to dress up like Sangh karyakartas is in our youth — belt by the night, air-conditioned shorts that flared up like tents as a zephyr blew at night.
RSS me budha aadmi half pant pahanta hai: Rabri Devi claims her criticism got Sangh to switch to full pants
Senior RJD leader Rabri Devi onMonday sought to claim credit for RSS quitting shorts in favour of trousers, saying this has happened due to her stinging comments.
lleging that there was "heavy influence" of the RSS on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress today said if such people were around him, he would not be able to take his projects forward. "There is a heavy influence of RSS on you.
Hindu-Muslim bhai bhai? Sufi Sunni body dubs RSS 'patriotic organisation', willing to work with it to contain Wahhabis
All-India Tanzeem Ulama-e-Islam (AITUI), an umbrella organisation of Sufi Sunni which claims to represent 80 percent of total Indian Muslim population, believes that RSS is a nationalist organisation and suggests that it would not mind engaging with them to contain growing penetration of Wahhabi ideology
The one-day strike called by 10 central unions today (2 September) should be seen as the last gasp of an irrelevant left-wing ideology.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to attend the three-day meeting of RSS and its affiliates in which top BJP leaders and ministers will also participate.
The ruling BJP and its mentor organisation RSS will meet in the first week of September to coordinate on issues related to government functioning and the ground impact of central programmes.
Discrimination against Muslims in India is nothing new. What has changed in the present case is that the company’s action was so in-your-face.
Every Indian, regardless of his faith and creed, who made a significant contribution to history, ought to be given the deserved space and slot in our history books. The government has no business putting them through the sieve of religion. An Ashfaqullah Khan is as important a freedom-fighter as Ram Prasad Bismil; a Tipu Sultan is as great a tormentor of the British as a Rani Lakshmi Bai and a Mughal ruler is as legendary a warrior as a Rana of Mewar.
Wipro chairman Azim Premji’s attendance of an RSS function on Sunday has justifiably raised eyebrows across the country, but the billionaire businessman escaped with a caveat that he didn’t subscribe to the Sangh ideology.
Now an RSS wing wants to expand the ambit of vedic science with teaching it to children abroad, especially in Muslim countries.
The RSS can’t wait. So, Modi has the choice of either accepting that Bhagwat is his de-facto Boss and he will carry out his orders, or he can prove that he is the voter’s pradhan sevak and will fulfil his dreams.
The RSS and its affiliates are continuing with their 'Ghar Wapsi' programme in Punjab which involves converting Christians back to Sikhism.
The Sangh's Ghar Wapsi makes no sense, unless it is a formal conversion programme like those offered by other religions. Opponents of Ghar Wapsi also are wrong to assume that all other forms of conversion are above board.
Doesn’t Modi realise the danger of reneging on his promise of good governance and development? Hasn’t he learned from the fate of Advani whose dream was shattered because he was inextricably linked to the BJP’s communal agenda that made him unacceptable to a large section of voters?