Amazon has been selling products that hurt religious sentiments of Hindus from last few years. After protests from Hindus, Amazon has removed some of these products. But again it has been revealed Amazon still continues such products. Read more »
Upset Hindus are urging world’s largest online retailer Amazon.com for the immediate withdrawal of wall-hanging showing image of Hindu deity Lord Ganesha carved on a buffalo-skull Read more »
RSS-affiliate Swadeshi Jagran Manch (SJM) has identified several Chinese sellers on Amazon’s India e-commerce platform who are not paying taxes that Indians have to on the same e-tailing site. Read more »
Upset Hindus are urging Amazon.com for the immediate withdrawal of stockings carrying the image of Hindu deity Ganesha and flip-flops carrying sacred Hindu symbol Om; calling it highly inappropriate. Read more »
Upset Hindus are seeking apology and urging online retailer Amazon.com for the immediate withdrawal of leggings carrying images of Hindu deity Lord Hanuman; calling it highly inappropriate. Read more »
Disgusting and infuriating action by ‘Amazon’ ! At such times, where are the women activists who fight for women-emancipation ? Read more »
This is the second time Amazon has ruffled feathers in India. Earlier, doormats having the Indian tricolour were sold on the site, sparking protests in India. Read more »
Online retailer Amazon.com withdrew underwear carrying image of Hindu deity Lord Hanuman from its website within a day after upset Hindus protested calling it “highly inappropriate”. Read more »
After insulting Indian national flag, symbols and revered Hindu deity Shri Ganesh, now Amazon is selling rubber flip flop sandals with OM symbol. Read more »
Hindus are disappointed with Amazon.com for continuing to carry skateboards, bed covers, duvet covers and bedspreads; showing images of Hindu deity Ganesha; which they called highly inappropriate and urged their withdrawal sometime back. Read more »
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