A needle was reportedly found in a prasadam laddu purchased at the Lord Balaji temple in Tirumala by a devotee. Taking a serious view of the incident, TTD chairman Y.V. Subba Reddy has ordered the TTD special officer Dharma Reddy to probe into the issue and take action against the negligent staff. Read more »
The UP police have arrested two jihadi youths for vandalising a Hanuman temple and breaking the Goddess Bhavani’s idol in Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh. Read more »
130 to 150 armed fanatics attacked Shri Durga and Shri Kali Mandir in Chandpur district. Police have arrested 6 accused in this case; including Faridul Islam Didar, Atikur Rehman Masud, Masudur Rehman Raji, Hanunur Rashid, Idris Didar and Harun Ali Read more »
The Orissa High Court on Monday appointed Advocate NK Mohanty as amicus curie in a three-year-old PIL on conservation problem at the Konark Temple. The Court appointed the amicus curie in response to an interim petition filed in November last year. Read more »
The ruling government’s apathy towards heritage and the archaeology department’s neglect towards its duties are on display in the ruins of Karimnagar’s Nagunur village. The village of Nagunur was once home to over 400 temples. Today, less than 10 temples can be seen above the ground. Read more »
Three custodians of an ancient 15th century Shiva temple were murdered inside the temple complex in the early hours of Monday (16 July) Read more »
Though Muslims in the area had volunteered to pay for the repair work, however, Hindus had objected to it. The 35 Hindu families living in the street have donated to the committee. Read more »
Groups of jihadis under one Wasim allegedly tried to dig a drain to remove the temple, when the Hindus objected they attacked with weapons, leading to communal tensions in Gauriya village in Lakhimpur Kheri. Read more »
Hindus worldwide are highly concerned regarding reports of vandalizing three times in June of Shree Ram Mandir in Walsall (West Midlands, England), about nine miles from Birmingham. Read more »
Hindus are not the “most favoured community” in Bharat. So, what happens when a mandir installs a loudspeaker to play bhajans? A peaceful community gets upset, collects a mob, attacks the mandir, and beats up the workers there. Read more »
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