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chhattisgarh: attacks on christians

Tuesday July 22nd, 2014 04:47:15 PM
Outlook Magazine, July 28, 2014 chhattisgarh: attacks on christians Streak Of Violence: The few Christians in Bastar and Surguja face sporadic Hindu ire Yashwant Dhote Chhattisgarh doesn’t have religious minorities to speak of—they are a mere two per cent of its population. That should make it an oasis of communal harmony. Right? Well, not quite, as several admittedly small but significant

USA: 150 million dollar Akshardham temple coming up in New Jersey -- Whats going on is there an Akshardham inc. that is setting branches?

Tuesday July 22nd, 2014 05:01:29 AM
162-acre Akshardham coming up in New Jersey Bharat Yagnik,TNN | Jul 22, 2014, 06.48 AM IST http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/nri/us-canada-news/162-acre-Akshardham-coming-up-in-New-Jersey/articleshow/38836679.cms

India: Mandal 2.0 versus the new Hindutva? | Varghese K. George

Tuesday July 22nd, 2014 04:32:36 AM
The Hindu, July 22, 2014Mandal 2.0 versus the new Hindutva?Varghese K. GeorgeThe revival of Mandal politics has been suggested as a counter to Hindutva 2.0. However, it is doubtful whether Nitish Kumar’s alliance with Lalu Prasad will strengthen his electoral prospects against the BJP in Bihar“Mandal is the need of the hour. It is in response to Kamandal, to protect social justice,”

India: Faith and fatwa | Upendra Baxi

Tuesday July 22nd, 2014 04:13:39 AM
The Indian Express - July 22, 2014Faith and fatwaUpendra BaxiSummary The Supreme Court injunction is welcome, but limited.Nothing prepared us for the pleasant constitutional surprise, an incredibly brief order by a two-judge bench of the Supreme Court that “the decisions of Dar-ul-Qaza or the fatwa” are neither “created nor sanctioned by any law made by the competent legislature”. The

India: Muslims can easily quit their ghettos | Jawed Naqvi

Tuesday July 22nd, 2014 03:51:09 AM
Dawn - 22 July 2014Muslims can easily quit their ghettos By Jawed NaqviThe writer is Dawn’s correspondent in Delhi.IT is axiomatic, yes. Muslims in India form a substantial chunk of the population — over 15pc of one billion. That they are in a bad way is confirmed by official reports and by the findings of commissions set up to investigate their plight. Their known tormentors, chiefly the

The Prime Ministers Office (PMO) in the Modi Govt | PMO Scan on PTI for any “criticism of the govt"

Sunday July 20th, 2014 06:56:15 PM
Fear and foreboding in South Block The Modi model of governance has banished power brokers and set in motion a new work culture. The inside story BY PR Ramesh and Ullekh NPTHE PMOModi has put in place a Prime Minister’s Office that is similar to the Chief Minister’s Office in Gujarat, where it served as the main centre of power, offering quick decisions on crucial matters, including

VHP leader Togadia reminds Muslims of Muzaffarnagar riots

Sunday July 20th, 2014 06:32:41 PM
Hindustan TimesAfter Singhal, Togadia reminds Muslims of Muzaffarnagar riots HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times Indore, July 19, 2014Against the backdrop of violence at a base camp of the Amarnath Yatra, Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) leader Pravin Togadia on Saturday issued a veiled warning to the Muslims, saying they may have forgotten the 2002 Gujarat riots but would remember the

Choking democracy's safety valves - Bharat Bhushan

Sunday July 20th, 2014 02:53:14 PM
Business Standard, July 18, 2014.Choking democracy's safety valvesBharat Bhushan Instead of being an information provider, the Narendra Modi government has become an information The image for the electoral battle was constructed by a careful release of information - through professional Twitter-handlers, press-release writers and friendly journalists. However, the image of "Prime Minister

India: Inside Amit Shah's Kuan

Sunday July 20th, 2014 02:33:18 PM
Mail Today - 20 July 2014 INSIDE THE MIND OF AMIT SHAHBy Rahul KanwalAll eyes on new BJP chief as party gears up for battle in five statesA WELL - KNOWN guru among the tribals of Rajasthan once told a young Amit Shah, “ Your fate is such that even if you are sitting on top of a camel’s back a dog can come and bite you.” It conveyed that no matter how high he reaches in life, Shah won’t be

Indian Council of Hindutva Research

Sunday July 20th, 2014 10:43:45 AM
Editorial, Deccan ChronicleIndian Council of Hindutva Research DC | July 20, 2014Welcome to the new utopia. The recently appointed chairman of the Indian Council of Historical Research (ICHR), Professor Yellapragada Sudershan Rao, has written mainly blogs. That’s the reason his oeuvre is unfamiliar to professional historians. He was professor of history and tourism management at Kakatiya


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