On behalf of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’s ‘Surajya Abhiyan’, Dr. Manoj Solanki demanded that action must be taken against those who sell masks, T-shirts etc. with the National Flag as a part of the design. A petition in this regard has also been forwarded to the Union Home Minister, Hon. Shri, Amit Shah. Read more »
The MP government has decided to lodge a case against Amazon for merchandising products that feature images of the Indian flag. Read more »
Amazon sells T-shirts featuring the Indian National Flag. Even before this, Amazon has insulted Indian tricolour by selling other items with imprinted National Flag. Read more »
Amazon is selling face masks with Indian Flag printed on them. We all know that after the use of mask it will be thrown or washed. This is an insult to Indian National Flag and hurting the sentiments of Indians. Read more »
This is the second time Amazon has ruffled feathers in India. Earlier, doormats having the Indian tricolour were sold on the site, sparking protests in India. Read more »
Chinese mobile phone company Oppo on Wednesday said it has fired the employee who insulted the Indian flag at its Noida factory premises yesterday. Read more »
Amazon’s United States arm sells shoes and shoe lace metal hoops bearing a likeness to the Indian Tricolour. Another retailer Café Press, was also found also selling T-shirts for canines with the Indian national emblem imprinted on them Read more »
In the wake of Indian flag doormat being sold on Amazon that raised a furore across the nation, the Indian government on Saturday called on the online shopping giant to respect Indian sentiments Read more »
After a furious Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj’s warning, Amazon has dropped Indian flag-themed doormats from its website. Read more »
Shri. Abhijit Ashokan, a devout Hindu from Allapuzha District of Kerala observed that India’s national flag was shown in distorted manner on facebook page of Deepesh Ramchandra Prabhu and that of Amanzes Tech. Read more »
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