In West Bengal, BJP, RSS workers found hanging from trees

Political violence continues in West Bengal despite there is no election going on in the state. In the latest round of killings of political activists, an RSS volunteer and a BJP worker were found hanging on trees. Read More
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Tribal activist held for 2017 beef post right after LS poll results

A tribal theatre activist, Jeetrai Hansda, has been arrested in Bharatiya Janata Party-ruled Jharkhand almost two years after he posted a comment asserting his community’s right to eat beef. Read More
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Lankesh probe finds Malegaon accused held bomb-making camps

The probe documents in the murder of journalist Gauri Lankesh, submitted by the SIT to a Bengaluru court, revealed that the four wanted members of Hindutva outfit Abhinav Bharat trained several suspects linked to the fringe Hindutva group Sanatan Sanstha in making bombs. Read More
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MP journalism varsity to introduce Marx, Nehru in bid to desaffronize

The Makhanlal Chaturvedi University of Journalism and Mass Communication in Bhopal has decided to introduce the teachings of Karl Marx and Jawaharlal Nehru in its curriculum from the next academic session. It may also remove references to right-wing leaders from the syllabus. Read More
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RSS to focus on terror, not Ram temple during Lok Sabha campaign

The suicide attack on CRPF convoy, on February 14, that killed over 40 CRPF personnel in Jammu & Kashmir’s Pulwama has made RSS to change their strategy for the campaign. Read More
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Kolkata activists attacked during anti-war rally, cops intervene

Members of a rights group called the Association for Protection of Democratic Rights was attacked in the city during an anti-war rally by a group of men who accused them of being sympathizers of terrorists, on Wednesday. Read More
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Noida bans namaz in public parks, Cong demands ban on RSS shakhas

The police The notice sparked a controversy, which lead the Uttar Pradesh unit of the Congress to write to the state director general of police to stop Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh shakhas (meetings and drills) in parks as well. Read More
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Sabarimala: RSS says ‘devotees’ sentiments can't be ignored’

Pointing out that the sentiments of devotees “cannot be ignored” following the Supreme Court verdict for allowing entry of women of all ages in the Sabarimala temple, the RSS called upon all the stakeholders to address this issue. Read More
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