Barack Obama's first visit as US President to American mosque: For tolerance and religious freedom

Barack Obama's first visit as US President to American mosque: For tolerance and religious freedom

President Barack Obama plans to visit a mosque near Baltimore on Wednesday to make a plea for tolerance and religious freedom, the White House said on Saturday.

Inculcate compassion, tolerance for harmony in society: President's message on New Year's eve

Inculcate compassion, tolerance for harmony in society: President's message on New Year's eve

President Pranab Mukherjee on Thursday asked people to make a fresh beginning in the New Year and inculcate compassion and tolerance for building a peaceful and harmonious society. 

'Indians demeaning others on religion not fit to be leaders'

Seth has previously spoken out in support of the writers who had returned their state awards condemning various incidents like the killings of writers and the Dadri lynching among others.

Obama urges respect amid furore over Trump stand on Muslims

Obama urged Americans to do what previous generations had done and "rise above cynicism and fear."

DNA: Reality check on how Muslims are treated around the world

Watch a reality check on how Muslims are treated around the world and how no country is better than India for Muslims.

DNA: Analysis of Aamir Khan's 'intolerance' remark

Aamir Khan, one of Bollywood’s leading men, has reopened a debate about tolerance and free expression in India, prompting a torrent of criticism on social media. On Monday evening, at an event in New Delhi hosted by the Indian Express newspaper, Mr.

If India was intolerant, then Kiran Rao wouldn't have married Aamir Khan: Baba Ramdev

If India was intolerant, then Kiran Rao wouldn't have married Aamir Khan: Baba Ramdev

Yoga guru Baba Ramdev on Tuesday joined the bandwagon to criticise Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan for his intolerance remarks.

Yogi Adityanath's swipe at Aamir Khan: Leaving country will help reduce population

Yogi Adityanath's swipe at Aamir Khan: Leaving country will help reduce population

BJP MP and Hindutva leader Yogi Adityanath today took a swipe at Aamir Khan, saying nobody has stopped him from leaving India.

Haryana Minister sees Pakistan hand behind intolerance issue

Haryana Minister Anil Vij on Tuesday gave a new twist to the intolerance issue, alleging some people were raking it up at Pakistan's behest to thwart India's chances of getting permanent membership of the UN Security Council.

Aamir Khan's comments on intolerance misplaced: Govt

Government on Tuesday termed as "misplaced" superstar Aamir Khan's comments on growing intolerance, saying such statements only bring disrepute to the country as well as Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

'Stop bullying' reach out to people: Rahul Gandhi to Modi govt

Amid growing concerns on the issue of intolerance, Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday said it would be better for the government to stop "bullying, threatening and abusing" and instead reach out to the people.

DNA: Things you should actually be intolerant about in India

We have covered those things that you should actually care about when it comes to intolerance.

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Tolerance must be ensured for India to be next superpower: CJI-designate

Tolerance must be ensured for India to be next superpower: CJI-designate

Justice Thakur said proper observance of these factors has been a part of India's democratic tradition and is the "greatest security" that the country can claim.

Iconic acts sway sentiments; We must calm down: Raghuram Rajan

Iconic acts sway sentiments; We must calm down: Raghuram Rajan

The RBI chief said the advice from the senior members of the government to fringe elements has been to calm down, but "we need to keep saying it".

Raghuram Rajan defends his speech calling for tolerance, mutual respect

Raghuram Rajan defends his speech calling for tolerance, mutual respect

Stating that democracy is India's greatest strength, Raghuram Rajan said everyone should "calm down a bit in order to foster healthy debate".

 

PM Modi rakes up 1984 riots as debate over intolerance rages

PM Modi rakes up 1984 riots as debate over intolerance rages

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that Bihar needs BJP to secure its bright future.

Panel discussion on India's growing atmosphere of intolerance

Hours after black ink was thrown at Jammu & Kashmir MLA Sheikh Abdul Rashid in the national capital for his pro-beef stance, President Pranab Mukherjee issued another statement on rising intolerance by fringe elements in the country.

President Pranab Mukherjee appeals for tolerance yet again

President Pranab Mukherjee has yet again come out with an appeal for practicing tolerance and to accept differences while respecting dissent.

How false rumours lead to riots in India - Part 2

A 50-year-old man in northern India was killed in a mob lynching allegedly over rumours that his family had been storing and consuming beef at home.