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 »
Recently, Delhi was vandalized during the agitations and innocent Hindus and police officer Ankit Sharma was murdered. Severe action should therefore, be taken against the killers, was the demand made by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti and other devout Hindus. Read more »
Intelligence Department’s officer Ankit Sharma and Chief Constable Ratanlal were killed during violent riots staged at Delhi. Stringent action should be taken against their killers, was the demand made by ‘Hamara Desh’ organization through memorandum addressed to Prime Minister. Read more »
Local authorities shifted a statue of Jesus Christ and 14 crosses that were allegedly illegally installed on Mahima Betta in Doddaballapura, on Tuesday. Police forces have been deployed in the area as a precaution. Read more »
Goa police’s crime branch arrested activist Ramkrishna Jalmi for hurting religious sentiments by making derogatory remarks at an anti-CAA rally at Benaulim in South Goa on Saturday (29 Feb). HJS has also filed police complaint against him at Ponda. Read more »
Legal Rights Observatory (LRO) has filed a cyber complaint with the Delhi Police and the Maharashtra Police against WSJ for spreading fake news and to spread communal tensions. Read more »
Demands are ‘Ban should be imposed on film ‘Shikara’ by withdrawing CBFC certificate, Impose ban on PFI and Take action against people opposing CAA at Shaheen Bagh for illegally occupying and blocking roads ! Read more »
Demand made throogh memorandum by MLA Bharat sheth Gogavale and HJS to Home (State) Minister Shambhraje Desai Read more »
The Delhi High Court on Friday (28 Feb) issued notices on a plea filed by Hindu Sena for registration of an FIR against three AIMIM leaders on charge of delivering hate speeches. 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 »
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