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Amit Shah to take part in RSS meet

Terrorism, border skirmishes, conversions and 'Hindutva' are some of the issues that will come up at the three-day meeting of the 'Kendriya Karyakari Mandal' (central working committee) of the RSS beginning on Friday. About 400 functionaries of the Rashtriya ... Deccan Herald, 1 week ago
IBNLive India News

Hindu hardliner unleashes anti-madrassa rant!

Lucknow : In controversial remarks, BJP MP Sakshi Maharaj on Sunday alleged that madrassas were giving education of terrorism, drawing sharp reaction from other parties which accused BJP of trying to create communal polarisation by spreading canard.
 The Freepress Journal1 month ago BJP distances itself from Sakshi Maharaj's 'Madrassas teach terrorism' remark  IBNLive India News1 month ago BJP MP courts fresh row  The Statesman1 month ago BJP MP Sakshi Maharaj courts controversy, says Madrassas give 'education of terrorism'  IBNLive India News1 month ago

Bhagwat draws flak for Hindu nation remark

Summary Slamming Bhagwat, Congress leader Anand Sharma said, There have been ominous signs of communal terror, violence and polarisation. RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat Monday came under severe attack from various political parties for his remarks ...
 Indian Express2 months ago Cong attacks Bhagwat, calls him 'Hitler'  Business Standard2 months ago Hindutva remark Cong dubs Bhagwat as 'Hitler'  The Echo Of India2 months ago RSS chief triggers outrage with 'Hindustan is a Hindu nation' remark  Rediff.com2 months ago

M A Khan accuses BJP & Hindutva forces of spreading mental terrorism

Congress MP (Rajya Sabha) M A Khan accused BJP & Hindutva forces of creating hatred between Hindus and Muslims of the country by spreading mental terrorism. He told that after the formation of BJP led NDA government at the centre, Hindutva forces in ...
 Siasat Daily2 months ago

RSS pracharak murder: After 3-year probe, NIA chargesheet silent on Hindutva terror

BHOPAL: Former RSS pracharak Sunil Joshi, a key link in serial bombings allegedly engineered by Hindu radicals, was not murdered to hush-up any Hindutva terror plot. Capping a three-year investigation into the pracharak's murder, National ...
 Times of India2 months ago

The Hindu hardliners who see Modi as their own

India's state-run TV channel Doordarshan recently had an unusual programme - it telecast live the annual speech of Mohan Bhagwat, the head of the right-wing Hindu nationalist Rashtriya Shyamsevak Sangh (National Volunteers' Organisation). It's a ...
 BBC3 days ago

An open letter to Narendra Modi

The Hindu A file photo of . Photo: R. Ragu MEDIA TOPICS Let this historic win be followed by a historic innings, which stuns the world by surprises your supporters may not want of you but many more would want to see you unfurl, writes ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Shiv Sena asserts its pro-Hindutva stance, backs BJP MP behind 'love jihad'

Striking an aggressive pro- Hindutva stance before the assembly polls, the Shiv Sena has come out in support of BJP parliamentarian from Uttar Pradesh Sakshi Maharaj, who recently kicked up a storm with his statement that madrasas across the country ...
 DNA India1 month ago Love jihad aimed at eradicating Hindu culture: Shiv Sena  DNA India1 month ago
International Business Times India

Al Qaeda Call: Bid to divide Indians

The statement by Al Qaeda Chief Ayman Al Zawahiri that his terror organization is trying to establish an Indian branch to recruit Muslim youth to carry out terror acts has stirred a hornet's nest in the country. His statement has led to suspicion ...
 Kashmir Times1 month ago 'Al Qaeda wants to Portray Modi as Enemy of Islam': Counter-Terror Expert  International Business Times India1 month ago South Asia Muslims Reject Al Qaeda Call  IslamOnline NET1 month ago
Milli Gazette

VIEW POINT: Off to a bad start

By: SAIDA FAZAL Published on August 28, 2014 When India's new far-right Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi invited his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif to his inauguration last May and showed much warmth towards the guest, a hope ...
 Business Recorder1 month ago Love Jihad and targetting of religious minorities  Milli Gazette1 week ago Twin State assembly elections a test for Prime Minister?  Observer India1 week ago MODI ON MUSLIMS  Indian Express4 weeks ago
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