25 May 2020
Kerala: Film set vandalized by right-wing group, CM promises action
Several members of a right-wing group, Antharashtra Hindu Parishad (AHP) on Sunday vandalized a film set erected at Aluva in Kerala's Ernakulam district.
08 Jan 2020
AAP office attack to beef-ban: Hindu Raksha Dal's violent past
After Sunday's dreadful attack at the Jawaharlal Nehru University, several fingers were pointed amid a flood of fake news online.
27 Sep 2019
Bulandshahr: Accused out on bail, murdered cop's wife fears threat
In December last year, a cop was murdered by an unruly mob in Bulandshahr, Uttar Pradesh and later, several people were arrested.
26 Aug 2019
Bulandshahr-violence accused get hero's welcome, UP-government says 'no big deal'
For the Uttar Pradesh government, the hero's welcome bestowed on men, accused of inciting violence in Bulandshahr which led to the death of a cop, is no "big deal".
31 May 2019
Meet Pratap Sarangi: The minister who lives in a hut
On Thursday evening, Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with his Cabinet of ministers took oath at the bedecked Rashtrapati Bhavan.
25 Feb 2019
MP twins' kidnap-murder: Shivraj Singh Chouhan demands CBI probe
A day after two six-year-old twins were found dead in Madhya Pradesh, former Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, after meeting the victims' family, has urged Chief Minister Kamal Nath to hand the case over to the CBI.
15 Feb 2019
Hyderabad: After right-wing activists forcibly marry them, couple goes missing
On Valentine's Day, Hindu right-wing activists remained true to their word and spread out in many local parks in India to nab unmarried couples celebrating the occasion.
14 Feb 2019
50% Indians don't want anything special on V-Day: Survey
We know how Indian aashiqs love to express their feelings through teddy bears, flowers, and romantic dates, courtesy projection of 'love' in Bollywood, but a recent survey by dating app OkCupid revealed startling results.
06 Feb 2019
3 booked under NSA for cow slaughter in Congress-governed MP
For the first time since Congress came to power in Madhya Pradesh, three people were booked under National Security Act (NSA), a strict law invoked for suspects who threaten nation's security, for cow slaughter on Tuesday.
28 Jan 2019
Bulandshahr violence: Dead cop's phone recovered from house of accused
Almost two months after an Uttar Pradesh cop was killed by an unruly mob in Bulandshahr, his Closed User Group (CUG) mobile phone was recovered from the house of accused Prashant Natt.
19 Jan 2019
Bulandshahr violence: Police donate Rs. 70lakh for slain cop's family
The family of Uttar Pradesh police inspector Subodh Singh, who was slain during the Bulandshahr violence, has been given Rs. 70 lakh as compensation by the state police, over and above the Rs. 50 lakh that was given by the state government.
03 Jan 2019
Bulandshahr violence: Prime accused Bajrang Dal member Yogesh Raj arrested
Bajrang Dal member Yogesh Raj, the prime accused of Bulandshahr violence which claimed lives of a police inspector and a youth has been arrested, Uttar Pradesh police said on Thursday.
28 Dec 2018
Bulandshahr violence: Cab driver arrested for killing inspector, confesses crime
More than three weeks after violence in Bulandshahr claimed the life of a police inspector and a civilian, police have arrested a Delhi cab driver.
21 Dec 2018
Calcutta High Court cancels earlier order allowing BJP's rath yatras
In a setback to the BJP's ambitions in West Bengal, a division bench of the Calcutta High Court has overturned an earlier order by the court that had allowed the BJP to take out rath yatras.
16 Dec 2018
#BulandshahrViolence: Notices issued against 23 accused, including Bajrang Dal leader
Days after violence in Bulandshahr, Uttar Pradesh, killed a police inspector and another youth, the police have issued notices to 23 accused who are at large.
16 Dec 2018
Mamata Banerjee govt refuses permission for BJP's Bengal rath yatras
On Saturday, the West Bengal government denied permission to the BJP's proposed rath yatras in certain parts of Bengal, citing intelligence reports that they could lead to communal violence.
16 Dec 2018
WB-government refuses permission for BJP's Rath Yatra citing possible communal-violence
The West Bengal government yesterday refused permission for the BJP's proposed Rath Yatra, citing intelligence reports of possible communal violence in areas where the party was planning to take out the yatra.
09 Dec 2018
UP: Soldier, key suspect in Bulandshahr violence, arrested; denies involvement
Jeetender Malik aka Jeetu Fauji, who is the key suspect in Bulandshahr violence that killed a police officer and a youth, was arrested on Sunday.
07 Dec 2018
#BulandshahrViolence: Cow carcasses were 48-hours old, says top cop
In what serves as a new twist to the Bulandshahr violence, a top cop has said cow carcasses (dead-bodies) found in the forest were at least 48 hours old.
06 Dec 2018
UP: On Babri Masjid demolition anniversary, security tightened in Ayodhya
On the 26th anniversary of Babri Masjid demolition, security has been tightened in Ayodhya and police have made preventive arrests to contain protests.
06 Dec 2018
#BulandshahrViolence: Video shows mob chanted 'maaro, maaro', 'take his gun'
A disturbing video shows a frenzied mob yelling 'maaro, maaro' and 'take his gun', has emerged in the Bulandshahr violence which killed one police inspector and another youth.
04 Dec 2018
Bulandshahr violence: Bajrang Dal member among five arrested
A day after two persons, including a police inspector, were killed in mob violence over alleged cow slaughter in Uttar Pradesh's Bulandshahr district, a special investigation team (SIT) has been formed to probe the incident.
03 Dec 2018
UP: Police inspector killed in violence over alleged cow slaughter
On Monday, a police inspector was killed in Uttar Pradesh's Bulandshahr district after violence broke out in the aftermath of an alleged case of cow slaughter.
24 Jul 2018
These 8 men allegedly assaulted Swami Agnivesh in Jharkhand
Last Tuesday (July 17), as activist and former minister Swami Agnivesh left a tribal rally in Jharkhand's Pakur, a group of "100-150" men pounced on him and started assaulting him.
09 Jul 2018
UP: Married for ten-years, woman alleges forceful conversion to Islam
A 27-year-old woman has alleged she was forced to convert to Islam by her husband and approached Uttar Pradesh police following which the Meerut-based man has been booked.
15 Jun 2018
CIA terms VHP, Bajrang Dal as 'religious militant outfits'
The United States' Central Investigation Agency (CIA) has termed Bajrang Dal and Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) as 'religious militant outfits' in its World Factbook.
01 Jun 2018
Alleging 'Loveratri' hurts Hindu-sentiments, Togadia's-aide announces reward for thrashing Salman
Govind Parashar, Agra chief of the organization 'Hindu Hi Aage,' on Thursday alleged Salman Khan's production 'Loveratri' hurt Hindu sentiments, and announced a reward of Rs. 2 lakh for thrashing the superstar in public.
25 May 2018
The-hero-we-need: In Uttarakhand, Sikh cop saves Muslim man from angry-mob
What could have turned into another tragic incident of mob-lynching was averted, all thanks to a Sikh cop deployed in the area.
20 Apr 2018
Naroda Patiya: HC acquits Maya Kodnani, upholds Babu Bajrangi's conviction
The Gujarat HC has acquitted former BJP minister Maya Kodnani in the Naroda Patiya riots case, ruling it had found no criminal conspiracy and that none of the witnesses was reliable.
02 Apr 2018
Tripura: VHP activists stage rally seeking ban on cow slaughter
Dozens of VHP and Bajrang Dal activists took to streets on Sunday in Arundhatinagar, Tripura, seeking a ban on cow slaughter.
27 Mar 2018
Ram Navami clashes in Bengal intensify, 2 more killed
At least two people died and an unknown number, including police personnel, were injured on Monday as the Bengal administration tried to quash the violence in the aftermath of the Ram Navami celebrations.
27 Mar 2018
WB: BJP-chief in trouble for brandishing weapons at Ram-Navami rally
West Bengal BJP Chief Dilip Ghosh is in trouble after his antics at the party's Ram Navami rally in Kharagpur.
14 Feb 2018
Valentine's Day wars: India devises creative ways to 'celebrate'
While the rest of India celebrates love on Valentine's Day, it is common for right-wing groups to use this day to harass couples and unleash violence.
22 Jan 2018
Delhi rocked by violence over Padmaavat, Gujarat, Rajasthan affected too
Three days before Padmaavat's scheduled release, violent protests have rocked parts of India, including the capital.
28 Dec 2017
BJP removes Ghaziabad president over disruption of "love jihad" wedding
Days after the Ghaziabad unit of BJP drew media attention for disrupting an interfaith marriage, the party has removed its city president Ajay Sharma from the post.
23 Dec 2017
Highly-educated Hindu-Muslim couple marries, Ghaziabad BJP says 'love jihad'
Are two highly-qualified, well-established 30-year-olds capable of choosing their life-partner?
07 Dec 2017
BJP's Vinay Katiyar: Delhi's Jama Masjid was "Jamuna Devi Temple"
BJP MP, Vinay Katiyar is known to stoke controversies. After claiming that Taj Mahal was built by breaking down a Shiva Temple, the Bajrang Dal chief has now declared that Delhi's Jama Masjid was earlier known as "Jamuna Devi Temple."
19 Nov 2017
Will send criminals to jail or kill in encounters: Adityanath
In controversial comments, UP CM Yogi Adityanath said his government will leave only two options for criminals- jails or "hell" through police encounters.
31 Jul 2017
Parliament Day 11: Mob lynching issue rocks session
The issue of mob lynchings took the Parliament by storm on its 11th day. Comments by TMC's Saugata Roy drew particular ire.
10 Jul 2017
No beef ban, tourists can eat everything, says Goa minister
At a time when lynchings are taking place in the name of beef, Goa tourism minister Manohar Ajgaonkar said that beef isn't banned in the state and tourists can eat whatever they feel like.