Hashtag #IndiaWants_BlasphemyLaw was used in more than 35,000 tweets and it became one of the top 10 national trends in India. It was on 2nd spot for few hours. Read more »
Today in Hindu-majority country of India, insult and mockery of Hindu Dharma, Hindu deities and Hindu customs is going on unabated through mediums like Web series, movies, Stand-up comedy, books, paintings, social media and so on. 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 »
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 »
The complaint on the basis of which the musicians were arrested was filed by Delhi-based Supreme Court lawyer Venkata Krishna Kunduru. The musicians were arrested on Wednesday afternoon and released later in the day on bail. Read more »
On 8th December, many devout Hindu organisations and Hindu activists came together and protested against upcoming Dabangg 3 movie as it mocks Hindu Sadhus and Saints. Read more »
This is purely a result of the protests carried out in a united and constitutional way, said Ramesh Shinde, National Spokesperson, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti Read more »
Hearing a petition demanding a ban on certain excerpts in Malayalam novel ‘Meesha’, the Supreme Court on Thursday said the culture of banning books was wrong since it affected the free flow of ideas. Read more »
Few days ago, Malyalam Writer Hareesh withdrawing novel ‘Meesha’ from Mathrubhumi weekly, following ‘threats’ (actually protest) from Hindu organisations. Many news reports have tried to malign Hindu organisations for ‘oppression of freedom of expression’. Read more »
Withdrawal of such picture is not enough but Times of India (TOI)) should render apology to Hindus with a promise to avoid such insults in future ! Read more »
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