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Another Indian-origin student has been found dead in the U.S. 23-year-old Sameer Kamath's body was found dead in a nature reserve in Indiana. In Chicago, an Indian student was chased, beaten up and robbed. Syed Mazahir Ali shared the horror story in a disturbing video. Are Indian students being targeted in the U.S.?

Indian Student Deaths in US: What’s Behind the Attacks?

Another Indian-origin student has been found dead in the U.S. 23-year-old Sameer Kamath’s body was found dead in a nature reserve in Indiana. In Chicago, an Indian student was chased, beaten up and robbed. Syed Mazahir Ali shared the horror story in a disturbing video. Are Indian students being targeted in the U.S.?

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California Amends 2020 Complaint Against Cisco; Says Caste Is Not Essential Part of Hinduism

Caste Is Not Essential Part of Hinduism

Commenting on the motion, HAF managing director Samir Kalra called it “a significant step forward in protecting the First Amendment religious rights of Hindu Americans. As we argued in our Motion to Intervene, the California Civil Rights Department is constitutionally prohibited from defining Hinduism or any religion for that matter.”

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British MP slams BBC over Ram Mandir Coverage

BBC’s biased coverage against Hindus

“Last week Ram Mandir was consecrated in Ayodhya-the birthplace of Lord Ram-in Uttar Pradesh in India. That caused great joy to Hindus across the world. Sadly, BBC reported that it was the site of the destruction of a mosque, forgetting that it had been a temple for more than 2,000 years before that, and that the Muslims had been allocated a five-acre site adjacent to the town on which to erect a mosque.” 

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No mention of Hindus in the US Proclamation on Religious Freedom 2024

“The recent “Proclamation on Religious Freedom, 2024” by President Biden lacks any mention of Hindus.

“The recent “Proclamation on Religious Freedom, 2024” by President Biden lacks any mention of Hindus. This is a shocking omission of a minority faith that is facing increasing attacks in the US. … The Hindu American community is in shock and trauma at the open and repeated violation of their sacred places of worship. CoHNA is disappointed at this how hate against Hinduism raises little to no concern among our lawmakers.

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mong the serious charges levelled in the FIR, one is of particular concern. It says Islamists who attacked the Hindu procession in Mira Road, threw up on a flag bearing the image of Lord Hanuman, a devoted companion of Lord Ram and one of the foremost deities in his own right.

Islamists who attacked the Hindu procession in Mira Road, threw up on a flag bearing the image of Lord Hanuman, a devoted companion of Lord Ram and one of the foremost deities in his own right.

Among the serious charges levelled in the FIR, one is of particular concern. It says Islamists who attacked the Hindu procession in Mira Road, threw up on a flag bearing the image of Lord Hanuman, a devoted companion of Lord Ram and one of the foremost deities in his own right.

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Racism affected how we were treated over Horizon, says Post Office victims

Seven Post Office workers of South Asian heritage have told the BBC they believe racism affected the way people were treated in the Horizon scandal.

Royal Mail data from 2012 shows there were 1,547 Indian sub-postmasters and agents in England and Wales, 401 were Pakistani, nine were Black African, and 3,220 were white British.
Last year, the Post Office apologised after it was revealed it had used racist terms to describe wrongly investigated postmasters as part of the Horizon IT scandal.
A document showed Post Office had used terms like “Chinese/Japanese types”, “dark-skinned European types”, and “Negroid types”.

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Churchill's policy towards India was dishonest and mendacious

Churchill’s policy towards India was dishonest and mendacious

Churchill was no fool and believed Britain had to exploit Hindu-Muslim differences. In a Cabinet meeting he once said “that he did not share the anxiety to encourage and promote unity between the Hindu and Moslem communities. Such a unity was, in fact, almost out of the realm of practical politics, while, if it were to be brought about, the immediate result would be that the united communities would join in showing us the door. He regarded the Hindu/Moslem feud as a bulwark of British rule in India.”

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Hindus under attack: a weekly roundup of hate crimes, persecution, and discrimination against Hindus

Hindus under attack

In this weekly summary for the period from 3 December to 9 December 2023, we hope to provide a snapshot of such crimes and hopefully awaken more people around the world to this human rights crisis:

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The victim, Manoj Kumar, a priest of a Shiva temple in Danapur village of the district, had been missing for the past six days. His brother Ashok Kumar Shah is a former divisional president of the BJP.

Hindu Priest Shot Dead, Eyes Gouged Out, Genitals Cut Off ​

Manoj Kumar, A priest, who had been missing for the last couple of days, was shot dead and his eyes gouged out and genitals chopped off in Bihar’s Gopalganj district on Saturday, police said. The incident triggered clashes between the locals and the police, during which two police officials suffered minor injuries.

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Hindutva and The Leicester Disturbances

Hindutva and The Leicester Disturbances

In the realm of academia, where the pursuit of knowledge and the exchange of ideas are paramount, instances that blur the line between scholarly discourse and ideological bias warrant a critical examination. The case in point is Dr. Chris Allen, a professor renowned for his proclivity towards Islamist sympathies, whose recent contribution to the London School of Economics’ blog has ignited a fervent debate concerning objectivity, veracity, and the boundaries of responsible scholarship.

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Washington Post peddles anti-Bharat propaganda alleging the government is censoring OTT Content

Washington Post peddles anti-Bharat propaganda

OTT has become a bone of contention in Bharat. The Bharatiya movie industry has a censor board that oversees the kind of content that gets on the cinema screen. No matter how flawed the censoring procedure might be, it still exists. But no such mechanism currently exists for regulating OTT content. This has led to an alarming rise in content depicting nudity, violence, sex, and perversion. We have discussed in detail in previous articles how the OTT web series are increasingly not just becoming anti-Hindu but also distorting the Bharatiya middle-class family structure and its values.

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Pakistan continues to eliminate the final remnants of Hinduism from the country as the authorities now have attacked two prominent Hindu places of worship, a report published in CNN News18 said. The assault on religious minorities claimed the existence of the Hinglaj Mata Mandir (temple) in Sindh province where officials in the Tharparkar District demolished the holy place in the city of Mithi under the pretext of a court decision.

Hinglaj Mata Mandir in Sindh

Pakistan continues to eliminate the final remnants of Hinduism from the country as the authorities now have attacked two prominent Hindu places of worship, a report published in CNN News18 said. The assault on religious minorities claimed the existence of the Hinglaj Mata Mandir (temple) in Sindh province where officials in the Tharparkar District demolished the holy place in the city of Mithi under the pretext of a court decision.

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The victim, Manoj Kumar, a priest of a Shiva temple in Danapur village of the district, had been missing for the past six days. His brother Ashok Kumar Shah is a former divisional president of the BJP.

Hindu Priest Shot Dead, Eyes Gouged Out, Genitals Cut Off ​

Manoj Kumar, A priest, who had been missing for the last couple of days, was shot dead and his eyes gouged out and genitals chopped off in Bihar’s Gopalganj district on Saturday, police said. The incident triggered clashes between the locals and the police, during which two police officials suffered minor injuries.

Read More »
Hindutva and The Leicester Disturbances

Hindutva and The Leicester Disturbances

In the realm of academia, where the pursuit of knowledge and the exchange of ideas are paramount, instances that blur the line between scholarly discourse and ideological bias warrant a critical examination. The case in point is Dr. Chris Allen, a professor renowned for his proclivity towards Islamist sympathies, whose recent contribution to the London School of Economics’ blog has ignited a fervent debate concerning objectivity, veracity, and the boundaries of responsible scholarship.

Read More »
Washington Post peddles anti-Bharat propaganda alleging the government is censoring OTT Content

Washington Post peddles anti-Bharat propaganda

OTT has become a bone of contention in Bharat. The Bharatiya movie industry has a censor board that oversees the kind of content that gets on the cinema screen. No matter how flawed the censoring procedure might be, it still exists. But no such mechanism currently exists for regulating OTT content. This has led to an alarming rise in content depicting nudity, violence, sex, and perversion. We have discussed in detail in previous articles how the OTT web series are increasingly not just becoming anti-Hindu but also distorting the Bharatiya middle-class family structure and its values.

Read More »
Pakistan continues to eliminate the final remnants of Hinduism from the country as the authorities now have attacked two prominent Hindu places of worship, a report published in CNN News18 said. The assault on religious minorities claimed the existence of the Hinglaj Mata Mandir (temple) in Sindh province where officials in the Tharparkar District demolished the holy place in the city of Mithi under the pretext of a court decision.

Hinglaj Mata Mandir in Sindh

Pakistan continues to eliminate the final remnants of Hinduism from the country as the authorities now have attacked two prominent Hindu places of worship, a report published in CNN News18 said. The assault on religious minorities claimed the existence of the Hinglaj Mata Mandir (temple) in Sindh province where officials in the Tharparkar District demolished the holy place in the city of Mithi under the pretext of a court decision.

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