After the release of the movie ‘Pathan’ across the country, it is being protested in many cities. In some cities of Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Bengal, etc., protests have been held outside the theaters and shows have also been stopped. Read more »
Earlier Hindu organisations staged a ‘Jan Aanch’ march in Maharashtra’s Kolhapur against ‘love jihad’, alleged illegal conversions and cow slaughter. Read more »
The locals in Alandi were given grape juice saying that it was the blood of Jesus. They were asked to stop following their Dharma and worship Jesus by converting to Christianity. Read more »
On January 1, 2023 Hindus held a march through Kolhapur city demanding laws against ‘Love Jihad’, ‘Cow Slaughter’ and ‘Conversion’. Over 30 thousand Hindus showed their pride for Hindu Dharma by participating in this march. Read more »
Ayyappa Swamy devotees protested across the state of Telangana seeking action against Atheist Bairi Naresh, who used disparaging language against Lord Ayyappa Swamy. Read more »
Local Hindus, traders, and members of Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) staged a protest march on 26 December in Purola town of Uttarakhand’s Uttarkashi district against the unlawful mass conversion activities by Christian missionaries Read more »
Places of Worship Act 1991 was enacted to suppress the just demand of Hindus related to thousands of religious places like Kashi, Mathura, Bhojshala in Madhya Pradesh etc.. This law is unjust towards the Hindus as well as unconstitutional. Read more »
The Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) has appealed to North Goa Collector Ms. Mamu Hage (IAS) to withdraw permission given to the ‘Sunburn’ festival, which is going to be held in Goa from the 27th to 30th December 2022, through a memorandum. Read more »
Madhya Pradesh’s home minister Dr. Narottam Mishra expressed objection to actress Deepika Padukone’s attire in the song ‘Besharam Rang’ from the film ‘Pathaan’. The minister has advised the director to correct the attire failing to which the film may face troubles in release in Madhya Pradesh. Read more »
Many Hindu organizations have contended that the name ‘Salaam Aarti’ is a symbol of slavery and was practiced to assert dominance over Hindus. Read more »
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