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Giriraj: Hindus must increase population

Union Minister Giriraj Singh on Monday said Hindus should seriously think of increasing their population in the country by producing more children. There is a need to increase the population of Hindus in the country. They should take this issue ... Chandigarh Tribune, 4 hours ago

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Eurasia Review

RSS and BJP a threat for regional peace and security

Hindutva is a term which is the predominant form of Hindu nationalism in India. It is championed by the Hindu nationalist organisation Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) which is an extremist organization in its ideology. Hindutva has been a vicious ...
 Radio Pakistan8 hours ago Exclusive: "Assembly of Inter-Parliamentary Union in Geneva expressed their concerns on human rights violation in held Kashmir": Tehmeena  Radio Pakistan8 hours ago Indian Hindutva War On Religious Rights OpEd  Eurasia Review4 days ago BJP banks on Hindutva card in poll-bound Gujarat  Millennium Post1 week ago

BLOODY MARY- What a self-destructing Trump can learn from Modi

"I'm a big fan of Hindu, and a big fan of India, said Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at the Republican Hindu Coalition concert last week. At the glitzy event, Trump lit Diwali lamps on stage and asserted that if he became president, ...
 Economic Times1 day ago Lighting up Hindutva in US: Trump's daughter Ivanka will celebrate Lord Rama's victory on Diwali at Hindu temple  News24online2 days ago Hindus for Trump Behind the uneasy alliance with rightwing US politics  The Guardian1 week ago State BJP plays 'Trump' card to score over Nitish  Times of India1 week ago
Bar & Bench

The Week That Was: The Supreme Court of India

From summoning retired judges to debates overthe meaning of Hindutva, the Supreme Court of India had athumb in one too many controversial pies this week. But with the upcoming Diwali vacations resulting in a week-long closure, the apex courtsurely ...
 Bar & Bench1 day ago The B&B Causelist #298: Meaning of Hindutva, Cauvery, Manual Scavengers & more  Bar & Bench5 days ago Last citadel of rule of law  Asian Age2 weeks ago
DNA India

Author accuses BJP of ignoring leader over book

A 78-year-old writer and a former journalist who claims to have written a book on the life and achievements of Hindutva icon Dr Shyama Prasad Mookerjee on the insistence of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee is now struggling with the ...
 DNA India1 day ago
Counter Currents

BJP Manifesto May Be Reviewed, Hindu Nationalist Parties Might Be Banned Again

the Supreme Court held its first two days of hearings to review the Hindutva Judgement that had been pending for 20 years. The next hearing is on October 25. In the two days of discussions to kick off a process that according to Supreme Court ...
 Counter Currents2 days ago Seven Judge Constitutional Bench of the SC relooking at the Hindutva Judgment: Day I Updates  Legally India5 days ago SC begins hearing on revisiting 'Hindutva' verdict  Deccan Herald6 days ago Supreme Court takes up plea on Hindutva ruling  Deccan Chronicle6 days ago

SC revisits Hindutva judgement; questions use of national flag, emblem to garner votes

New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Thursday asked whether anyone can raise the issue of deaths along the border and seek votes for a particular party.The question was among several raised during a day-long hearing to revisit its two-decade-old ...
 Siasat Daily3 days ago Union Home Minister observes Police Commemoration Day  News24online3 days ago Can anyone seek votes by raising deaths along border, asks SC while hearing 'Hindutva' judgement  News24online4 days ago Nobody can be allowed to use national symbols to garner votes in elections: SC  DNA4 days ago
Siasat Daily

Polygamy more common among Hindus than Muslims: S Jaipal Reddy

Hyderabad , News , Top Stories Hyderabad: Strongly opposing the Uniform Civil Code, Senior Congress leader and ex-Union Minister Mr. S Jaipal Reddy claimed that practice of polygamy is more common in Hindu religion than among Muslims. He added ...
 Siasat Daily4 days ago Uniform Civil Code: The need to proceed with caution  Rediff.com1 week ago Uniform civil code: Triple talaq, polygamy might be ground on which Hindutva asserts itself  Firstpost.com1 week ago Why Hindutva wants Uniform civil code  Asian Age1 week ago

Can Hindutva be held a measure of Indianness?

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 DNA5 days ago The Fake Nationalism of Make in India  Peoples Democracy.in1 week ago Hindutva's 'Purification' Drive  Carnegie Endowment1 week ago Hindutva's purification drive  Indian Express1 week ago

Misusing Armed Forces for Hindutva Ends

The army's surgical strikes have already become an election propaganda point for the BJP in Uttar Pradesh Prakash Karat Srinagar, Publish Date: Oct 18 2016 10:00PM | Updated Date: Oct 18 2016 10:00PM File Photo Usually, vijayadashami day has ...
 Greater Kashmir6 days ago CPM slams Centre for using Hindutva imagery for forces  The Telegraph1 week ago No institution, including Army, immune to Hindutva subversion  Business Standard1 week ago BJP projecting armed forces in Hindutva terms should be grave concern for country: CPI-M  Firstpost.com1 week ago
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