The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) on Sunday issued a notice to Delhi Police over the alleged online sale of pornographic images featuring Hindu goddesses. Read more »
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti immediately protested against this advertisement on Twitter and demanded removal of this advertisement from all its social platforms. After this, devout Hindus also also protested this advertisement, due to which Volkswagen was forced to remove this advertisement from all its social platforms. Read more »
Finolex had published a post on their Facebook page, which was insulting Bhagwan Shrikrushna. The post depicted Shrikrushna with a ‘Finolex’ pipe in His hand instead of the Bansuri (a flute). Read more »
Fountains shaped like Shivling installed at Dhaula Kuan in the national capital as part of the ongoing beautification of Delhi. Read more »
It is duty of Hindus to protest lawfully against Amazon for hosting a book that insults our highly revered Kali Mata. If Amazon is not going to budge, then Hindus should boycott Amazon globally! – Editor, Hindujagruti Devi Kali is held in high regard by Hindus and worshipped as Mata or mother. Amazon has hosted … Read more
Today the situation is even worse. Terror funds are invested in movies, and the godless generation of Hindus is seen making a mockery of their own Dharma. Read more »
Advocate Abhilash Vyas has given a legal notice to Actor Akshay Kumar, Director Amit Rai, and Producer Vipul Shah on behalf of the priest of the Mahakal Temple. The priest says that the trailer of the film showed Bhagwan Shiva buying eatables. Read more »
A 43-year-old teacher at a prominent college in Pune was arrested on Thursday for his alleged remarks about Hindu gods during a classroom session. Read more »
Manithaneya Makkal Katchi (MMK) president MH Jawahirullah on Sunday issued an apology over the use of an offensive caricature on the Manipur viral video incident, saying that disciplinary proceedings have been initiated against those behind the act. Read more »
A priest of Ujjain’s Mahakaleshwar temple has demanded the deletion of scenes from the upcoming film ‘Oh My God 2’ that were filmed at the shrine. The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) cleared the film for release earlier, with an ‘A certificate’. Read more »
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