religion

-October 2, 2022

Two renowned gurdwaras in Ambala, the Lakhnor Sahib Gurdwara and the Mardon Sahib Gurdwara, reportedly came under the control of the Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (HSGMC) on Sunday

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-August 29, 2022

It all started with a fan’s comment on the ongoing controversy involving the Indian cricket team’s wicketkeeper-batsman, Rishabh Pant.

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-April 25, 2022

Standing in dignified silence amid the chaos of Shahjahanabad are churches that stand today as relics of shared history, especially of colonial times 

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-February 16, 2022

Juggling with the diversity of art and complexity of machines, Shailesh BR creates artworks appealing to all generations by connecting everyday activities with philosophical concepts in layman terms Creating art that portrays day-to-day life by connecting the inner and outer world, artist Shailesh BR captures the audience with his eccentric artworks. He connects his observations, […]

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-August 19, 2021

After Hindu Right wing organisations and the Dwarka Residents Federation opposed its construction saying Kejriwal is “hallucination of making Delhi the capital of Jihadi radicals and anti-Hindu anti-national elements”, the LG office has asked for land details of Haj House  Up until sometime last week, Delhi’s residents did not know of a site for the […]

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-September 20, 2018

Churches are found to be involved in sex scandals all over the world, not just in India, so much so that Pope Francis has sought forgiveness for keeping quiet A woman in Kerala demands justice against a bishop — a sexual offender. This sex scandal has hogged the limelight for some time. There’s a great […]

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-May 3, 2018

The objections to Truschke’s tweets were never about interpretation It is nothing short of poetic justice that the final blow to claims made by Audrey Truschke about Sitaji’s use of the phrase “misogynist pig” in Valmiki’s Ramayana came on Sita Navami, the day the goddess’ appearance is celebrated. On that day (April 24), Swarajya magazine […]

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-April 13, 2018

India has a history of festivals spreading to different parts of the country either for greater cultural interaction or political mobilisation Mornings in a large part of the Hindi heartland often reverberate with chaupaiis (verses) of poet-saint Tulsidas’ Ramcharitmanas. In one of the most widely sung and popular verses, Tulsidas runs out of possible simile […]

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