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Man Tweets UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath On Molestation Case, Gets Prompt Response

Man Tweets UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath On Molestation Case, Gets Prompt Response

Kanpur:  Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has ordered swift and appropriate action against the accused in a molestation case after the victims’ family member tweeted his office seeking action. The incident took place on Holi when some local youths, in an inebriated state, barged into a house in Kalyanpur area and began molesting a [...]

March 23, 2017 HHR Archives, News updates 0

Two Get Five Years Imprisonment For Cow Slaughter in UP

Two Get Five Years Imprisonment For Cow Slaughter in UP

Muzaffarnagar: A local court has convicted two men and sentenced them to five years in jail for slaughtering cows. [...]

March 22, 2017 HHR Archives, News updates 0

Civilising the Hindoo Savage : Part 3

Civilising the Hindoo Savage : Part 3

The Left uses colonial constructs in its seeming 'progressive' and liberationist view of humanity. Therefore Hinduism is evil because of caste system, superstition, and India's poverty. The Right it must be remembered has been the traditional haunt of those who espouse racism, xenophobia, imperial glories, values of Little England, the sanctity of the British Empire, [...]

March 12, 2017 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Archives, News updates 0

Governor Of Bali, Indonesia’s Only Hindu Region, Refuses To Cover Statues For King Salman Of Arabia

Governor Of Bali, Indonesia’s Only Hindu Region, Refuses To Cover Statues For King Salman Of Arabia

statues of any kind are forbidden in Saudi Arabia, which follows the strictest form of Islam – Wahhabism. This is why when the Saudi king landed in Bogor, a city in the Indonesia’s main island of Java, whatever statues were along the way of his entourage were covered by sheets or obstructed by trees. Despite this [...]

March 7, 2017 Guest Author Archives, Bali/Java, News updates 0

Hindu temple vandalised, 3 Deities smashed in Bangladesh

Hindu temple vandalised, 3 Deities smashed in Bangladesh

The incident came to light after people of Mymensinghorohi village in Netrokona sadar upazila of Pabna district found the doors of Sharifpur Kali temple in Aminpur open this morning. Upon entering the temple premises, the residents noticed smashed bits and pieces of the temple architecture and three idols. Three broken idols – one of deity Kali [...]

December 4, 2016 HHR Archives, Bangladesh, News updates Comments Off on Hindu temple vandalised, 3 Deities smashed in Bangladesh

Hindus urged not to donate new five pound note at Hindu temple

Hindus urged not to donate new five pound note at Hindu temple

A Hindu temple has urged worshippers not to give new five pound notes in donations after the Bank of England confirmed they contain animal fat. The notes are made from small amounts of tallow, derived from animal waste products, which has angered a number of groups who are against animal harm. Vibhooti Acharya, president of [...]

December 1, 2016 HHR News updates, World Focus Comments Off on Hindus urged not to donate new five pound note at Hindu temple

3,307 houses, 1,104 temples of minorities damaged in 4 years

3,307 houses, 1,104 temples of minorities damaged in 4 years

Minority communities’ 3,307 houses and businesses and 1,104 temples and idols were damaged in the country in last four years, show media and rights groups’ reports. Rights groups blamed influential land grabbers for the attacks on houses, businesses, community and family temples and even thatched dwellings of the minority groups, both religious and ethnic. The [...]

November 18, 2016 HHR Archives, Bangladesh, News updates Comments Off on 3,307 houses, 1,104 temples of minorities damaged in 4 years

Rise of so called “Hindu right” is a backlash of oppression and attacks on identity of the Hindus

Rise of so called “Hindu right” is a backlash of oppression and attacks on identity of the Hindus

Speaking to HT on the sidelines of the three-day national Lokmanthan that started here on Saturday, Frawley said he doesn’t believe in Left or Right. “The so called rise of Right or Hindu right is exaggerated. And to begin with I don’t believe in such terms like Right or Left. I am a practicing American [...]

November 13, 2016 HHR Archives, News updates 10

Forced into prostitution after Triple Talaq, Muslim woman decides to become Hindu

Forced into prostitution after Triple Talaq, Muslim woman decides to become Hindu

A Muslim woman in Ghaziabad has reportedly announced she would convert to Hinduism as she can't tolerate the Triple Talaq and Halala provisions of Islam. A Muslim woman in Ghaziabad has reportedly announced she would convert to Hinduism as she can’t tolerate the Triple Talaq and Nikah Halala provisions of Islam. Hindi Daily Dainik Jagran reported [...]

November 4, 2016 HHR Archives, India, News updates Comments Off on Forced into prostitution after Triple Talaq, Muslim woman decides to become Hindu

Canada introduces Bill to celebrate October as ‘Hindu Heritage Month’

Canada introduces Bill to celebrate October as ‘Hindu Heritage Month’

TORONTO: A bill to proclaim October as Hindu Heritage Month annually in Canada’s Ontario province has been introduced in the provincial assembly here. Ontario is home to more than 700,000 Indo-Canadians. Introducing the bill in the Ontario assembly here, Joe Dickson, who is a Member of the Provincial Parliament (MPP), said that by proclaiming the [...]

October 29, 2016 HHR Archives, Global Hindus, News updates Comments Off on Canada introduces Bill to celebrate October as ‘Hindu Heritage Month’