The ruling Republican party in the US has apologised to the Hindus after a newspaper advertisement featuring Lord Ganesha to woo the minority community voters in Texas ended up offending them Read more »
Stringent law should be passed to prevent denigration of Hindu Dharma, Holy Scriptures, Deities, Saints and great national leaders occurring through plays, films, advertisements and different art forms ! Read more »
Hindu activists submitted memorandum to take action against Pudhiya Thalaimurai TV anchor, Karthikeyan for defaming Hindu Dharma and Hindu Deities on a regular basis in his TV shows Read more »
Only Shivsena makes such a demand. Muslim MLAs & MPs immediately come together for solving any question pertaining to their religion. Hindu representatives also need to raise their voice by coming together for Hindu Dharma ! Read more »
I will demand passing of a law to punish severely those ridiculing Deities by raising the said issue concerning Deities in the Parliament, assured Shivsena’s MP Dr. Srikant Shinde Read more »
Controversial Telugu film critic Kathi Mahesh, who kicked up a storm with his alleged derogatory remarks against Lord Ram a week ago, was banished from Hyderabad for six months by Telangana Police Read more »
Upset Hindus are urging Brooklyn (New York) headquartered e-commerce company Etsy, Inc. for immediate withdrawal of flip-flops carrying image of Hindu deity Ganesh; calling it highly inappropriate. In July last, Etsy withdrew toilet seat carrying image of Ganesh from its website within less than two hours after a protest spearheaded by distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan … 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 »
An FIR has been lodged against four persons for allegedly making derogatory remarks against Hindu Gods, PM and UP CM on social networking sites, police said today Read more »
Boston headquartered online home giant Wayfair removed the cutting board carrying image of Hindu deity Lord Ganesha and apologized within less than 24 hours after Hindus protested, calling it “highly inappropriate” Read more »
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