Ban should be imposed on use of tiles with pictures of Deities and religious symbols by modifying regulations of housing societies, is the demand made by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) on meeting Shri. Balasaheb Patil, Minister for Cooperation. Read more »
Many people keep damaged idols of Deities, old pictures of Deities and ‘puja’ material in garbage bins or in temple areas which leads to denigration of Deities. Read more »
Australian Hindus are demanding an apology from Treasurer Josh Frydenberg for his “demeaning” references to the Indian religion during an attack on Labor. Read more »
Islamist hate-mongers have been spewing unspeakable profanities about Hindu deities like Maa Sita and Bhagwan Shiva, but the Facebook’s Community Standards team finds nothing objectionable in such offensive posts. Read more »
Upset Hindus are urging Yokohama (Japan) based clothing company Ametsuchi for immediate withdrawal of socks carrying image of Hindu deity Lord Ganesh; calling it highly inappropriate. Read more »
Eros Now in its webseries ‘Metro Park’ has mocked the Hindu Dharmik rituals performed for a new home by showing a ‘techie’ Poojari performing an app based e-puja. Read more »
It can be confirmed that INKnBURN has removed Ganesha shorts after Hindus’ protest. The website link, on which the said product was kept for sale, is not working and shows ‘404 error- page not found’. Read more »
McDonals India has recently started a marketing campaign to promote its ‘McSaver Combos’. In one such advertisement, it appears that they have subtly tried to show Pandavas and Draupadi to market their products. Read more »
Super Shakti Metaliks ia a company that manufactures and sells TMT bars. It has created a TV commercial to promote its products, which insults Hindu deities and Narad Muni Read more »
Upset Hindus are urging Stockholm (Sweden) based clothing brand “Hoodie Lab” for immediate withdrawal of shorts carrying images of Hindu deity Lord Ganesha; calling it highly inappropriate. Read more »
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