Devout Hindus submit representation to stop denigration taking place due to Deities’ pictures painted on tins of edible oil ! Read more »
Devout Hindus had submitted representation to management of Noble Hospital under the initiative of HJS in this connection; demanding removal of those tiles to stop denigration of Deities. Read more »
Representation was submitted by pro-Hindu organizations to Chennai Police Commissioner demanding stringent action against K Virmani, President of Dravid Kazagam Party for passing offensive comments on Bhagavan Shrikrushna Read more »
Salem (Virginia) based Olde Salem Brewing Company apologized after Hindu protest over its beer carrying the name of Hindu deity Shri Hanuman, calling it “highly inappropriate” Read more »
Unanimous demand by Hindus during Rashtriya Hindu Andolan at Bhayandar (Thane) and Malad (Mumbai) : Govt. should immediately pass an Ordinance and construct huge Ram-Mandir ! Read more »
Upset Hindus are urging Menat (Auvergne, France) based Brasserie Des Sagnes microbrewery to apologize and withdraw its Boom Shiva (India Pale Ale) beer; calling it highly inappropriate Read more »
Upset Hindus are urging El Segundo (California) headquartered global yoga gear company Manduka for immediate withdrawal of yoga towels carrying reimagined images of Hindu deity Ganesh; calling it highly inappropriate Read more »
Hindu gods have been appearing in the most inappropriate way in the United States, but according to an India Today report, Indian American Ankita Mishra saw something even more horrifying. Read more »
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 »
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