Mizoram erupted in celebrations Saturday (December 2) over the Election Commission (EC) bowing down to pressure from everyone in the state–political parties, church bodies and civil society organsiations–to defer the counting of votes scheduled for Sunday (December 3). Read more »
The problem of illegal land encroachments in the name of religion isn’t new in India. The Waqf board has time and again been accused of acquiring lands and public places by fraudulent means, and the relevance of their acts (Waqf Act) has rightly remained questionable. Read more »
Presently Hindus living in Sri Lanka constitute about 15% of the population. So along with the country, the Hindus also need to be saved. It appears that this purpose can be fulfilled to a certain extent by developing the places associated with Ramayan. Read more »
Hindu patience is fast running out, and from various recent instances, it is clear that they will take various legal measures to stop the insults and killings. Read more »
Today is death anniversary of renowned Historian Mr. P. N. Oak. Here is the article about the shocking truth of Taj Mahal (Tejo-Mahalaya) exposed by P. N. Oak. Read more »
In Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan, almost every Hindu and Sikh has been driven out or killed. But what of India itself ? Read more »
The judiciary is doing damage to Hindus by being culturally insensitive. This cultural illiteracy and anti-Hindu bias have been in play and both judges and academic institutions favor covert anti-Hindu stances. Read more »
The fresh wave of violence against Bengali Hindus in Bangladesh during Durga Puja early this month has been horrifying. The killings, rapes and arson continued over several days, but there was scant interest in India regarding all this. All over South Asia, including in India, violent attacks on Hindus occur with unfailing frequency. Vicious aggression against Hindus, … Read more
As the Ram Janmabhoomi movement was at its peak, the Narasimha Rao govt at the centre had brought a new law, the Places of Worship (Special Provisions) Act 1991. This article wishes to shed some light on what this act is and how it is a hurdle in the reclamation of Hindu temples. Read more »
Various Mathas belonging to different Dharmic Sampradayas have been at the forefront of the socio-cultural milieu of Odisha’s Puri with an elaborate system of humanitarian institutions. But today most of the schools and other institutions run by these Mathas have been taken over by the government. Read more »
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