DNA: Kailash Satyarthi, Malala Yousafzai honoured with Nobel Peace Prize 2014

The Indian Child Rights activist Kailash Satyarthi and Pakistani Braveheart Malala Yousafzai was awarded the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize 2014.

DNA analysis religious conversion of Muslim families in Agra

The Dharma Jagran cell of the RSS and Bajrang Dal organised a joint mass conversion ceremony where about 100 people, mostly slum dwellers, were on Monday 're-converted' and "brought back to the Hindu fold". Watch the complete analysis on DNA.

Special: Tricked into conversion or homecoming?

The Dharma Jagran cell of the RSS and Bajrang Dal organised a joint mass conversion ceremony where about 100 people, mostly slum dwellers, were on Monday 're-converted' and "brought back to the Hindu fold". Was it a tricked conversion or a true homecoming?

Special: Tricked into conversion or homecoming? Part 2

The Dharma Jagran cell of the RSS and Bajrang Dal organised a joint mass conversion ceremony where about 100 people, mostly slum dwellers, were on Monday 're-converted' and "brought back to the Hindu fold". Was it a tricked conversion or a true homecoming?

Special: Tricked into conversion or homecoming? Part 3

The Dharma Jagran cell of the RSS and Bajrang Dal organised a joint mass conversion ceremony where about 100 people, mostly slum dwellers, were on Monday 're-converted' and "brought back to the Hindu fold". Was it a tricked conversion or a true homecoming?

Special: Tricked into conversion or homecoming? Part 4

The Dharma Jagran cell of the RSS and Bajrang Dal organised a joint mass conversion ceremony where about 100 people, mostly slum dwellers, were on Monday 're-converted' and "brought back to the Hindu fold". Was it a tricked conversion or a true homecoming?

A proud Hindu in power in Delhi after 800 years: Ashok Singhal
A proud Hindu in power in Delhi after 800 years: Ashok Singhal

In a statement that could evoke sharp reactions from 'secular' parties, Vishwa Hindu Parishad leader Ashok Singhal on Friday said it was after 800 years that Delhi is being governed by Hindus.

HC refuses to interfere with Kochi Kiss fest

Kerala High Court on Friday refused to interfere with the proposed 'Kiss of Love' programme here on Nov 2, being organised to protest moral policing, after the state government assured action will be taken in the event of any illegal activities.

Love Jihad row: Muslim youths barred from Garba venues in Godhra
Love Jihad row: Muslim youths barred from Garba venues in Godhra

In the wake of 'Love Jihad' controversy, Muslims have been barred from attending Garba celebrations in Gujarat's Godhra district, reports on Thursday claimed.

VHP threatens stir against land encroachment in Jammu

Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) on Friday said it would launch an agitation if encroachments on state lands were not removed as per the directions of the J&K High Court.

FIR filed against VHP leader Pravin Togadia for alleged hate speech

An FIR has been lodged against Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) leader Praveen Togadia on Monday for his controversial anti-Muslim remarks wherein he had said that Muslims should be stopped from buying property in Hindu-dominated areas.

Praveen Togadia made no anti-Muslim comments: BJP

BJP Monday defended VHP president Pravin Togadia, saying he made no anti-Muslim comments, a day after news reports quoted him as saying that Muslims should be thrown out of Hindu areas.

RSS says Praveen Togadia was misquoted on Muslim property issue

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh on Monday came to the rescue of Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) president Praveen Togadia who has drawn flak for allegedly stating that Muslims shouldn`t be allowed to buy property in Hindu areas.

UPA has lowered India`s prestige by allowing Aziz meet Kashmiri separatists: VHP

The Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) on Monday lashed out at the UPA government over the parley of Kashmiri separatists with Pakistan, and said by allowing the meet the Centre has "lowered the honour and prestige of the country".

Allahabad HC reserves order on PIL demanding lifting of restrictions

The Allahabad High Court reserved its order on a PIL challenging imposition of prohibitory orders by DMs of several districts around Ayodhya.

Activist moves NHRC in alleged illegal detention of Ashok Singhal

local activist on Thursday filed a complaint with National Human Rights Commission seeking an inquiry into alleged illegal detention of VHP leader Ashok Singhal.

VHP yatra: Court dismisses PIL to release detenues

Allahabad High Court on Thursday dismissed a PIL seeking direction for the release of people detained in connection with the VHP yatra and asking to compensate them.

VHP yatra will continue as planned: Togadia

Togadia alleged he was not allowed to talk to media after his release which was an infringement of his right.

RJD, SP, Congress criticise VHP`s Ayodhya yatra plans

Rashtriya Janata Dal, Samajwadi Party and Congress members joined hands in the Lok Sabha to attack BJP and Sangh Parivar.

Court dismisses PIL against ban on VHP`s Ayodhya yatra

The Lucknow bench of Allahabad High Court dismissed a petition against the Uttar Pradesh government`s ban on VHP`s proposed Yatra from Ayodhya.