Amarnath Yatra resumes from Baltal camp

The Amarnath Yatra annual Hindu pilgrimage in Jammu and Kashmir resumed from one of the two base camps at Baltal camp on Thursday, four days after it was suspended because of landslides.

Kumbh Mela begins in Nashik-Trimbakeshwar, thousands take holy dip
Kumbh Mela begins in Nashik-Trimbakeshwar, thousands take holy dip

With a prayer on their lips and a desire to attain freedom from the cycle of life, a sea of humanity has congregated at Nashik and Trimbakeshwar for the Simhastha Kumbh Mela 2015, dubbed as one of the largest religious event on the Earth.

Haryana village almost empties after communal violence

More than a month after a communal clash engulfed Atali village in Haryana, all its Muslims and most Hindu men have fled -- either fearing more violence or the police.

Rajasthan: RSS stages blockade over temple demolition, BJP MLAs join in

Thousands of commuters were stranded as Hindu outfits led by RSS on Thursday observed a two-hour road blockade this morning, demanding restoration of temples razed for construction of Metro here, with several ruling BJP MLAs too joining the stir along with their supporters.

Rajasthan: Two Pakistani-Hindu boys detained by CID

 Security agencies interrogated two Pakistani nationals who were found carrying around 40 bags here.

Pak parliamentary panel to discuss Hindu marriage law

The minority Hindu community in Pakistan, living without a marriage law since the country was founded in 1947, may get a landmark legislation soon to help them register their marriages.

80 Hindu families to convert to Islam in Bihar

80 Hindu families are force to convert to Islam by Muslims in Bihar.

Hindu religion has solution to all problems in world: Shah
Hindu religion has solution to all problems in world: Shah

BJP president Amit Shah on Sunday said Hindu religion has solution for all the problems in the world.

Being a Pakistani Hindu: The plight of being a minority in Pakistan

During a budget debate in Parliament on June 20, Pakistani lawmaker Lal Malhi spoke about the jibes he had received for being a Hindu.

Delhi University releases first cut-off list

The Delhi University on Wednesday announced its first cut-off list for the 2015 academic session with SRCC keeping its cut off for Economics at 98.25 percent.

Watch: Hindu lawmaker bashes Pakistani MPs for mocking cow worshipping
Watch: Hindu lawmaker bashes Pakistani MPs for mocking cow worshipping

In a video gone viral, a Pakistani lawmaker, who is a Hindu by religion, impressively gives a befitting reply to those who bashed him as a `cow worshipper`.

DNA: Sanjay Gandhi's notorious role during the infamous Emergency

Sanjay Gandhi implemented various measures in an arbitrary and authoritarian manner, sterilisation was one such order.

Also Watch: Pakistani Parliamentarian Lal Malhi points out how his colleagues make derogatory comments about the Hindu faith and religion.

AIMPLB's letter creates furore, says Hindu powers becoming stronger - Part II

A letter written by the All India Muslim Personal Law Board has created a uproar in the nation, as the content of letter speculates a rising power of Hindus in the country and suggests that Muslim forces must see to it and protest against it.

AIMPLB's letter creates furore, says Hindu powers becoming stronger

A letter written by the All India Muslim Personal Law Board has created a uproar in the nation, as the content of letter speculates a rising power of Hindus in the country and suggests that Muslim forces must see to it and protest against it.

BJP launches cleanliness drive in Mathura

BJP on Sunday launched a cleanliness drive here as part of the Narendra Modi government's 'Swachh Bharat' campaign.

Yoga belongs to everyone, BJP giving religious hue: Azam Khan

Uttar Pradesh Minister Azam Khan on Saturday accused BJP of giving a religious hue to yoga which, he said, is "secular" and belongs to everyone.

Gujarat govt hikes price of first language textbook for primary schools

Gujarat Government on Wednesday increased the prices of first language textbook of primary schools of five mediums except Gujarati, officials said.

Restricted entry for non-Hindus in Somnath temple wrong: Paswan

Union Minister Ramvilas Paswan on Thursday criticised the decision taken by authorities at the Somnath temple in Gujarat to restrict entry of non-Hindus inside, sans permission, and stated that the Central government has never supported any discrimination on the basis of religion.

Special: The UP village where religion does not preach hatred

The UP village where religion does not preach hatred

Punjab: Mutilated carcass of calf found near Durgiana temple

A mutilated carcass of a calf was found close to the famous Durgiana temple here on Wednesday, police said.