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Bhutanese Hindus in USA: Watch this 2 min video

NewsGram brings an exclusive report on Bhutanese Hindus who are being political asylum in USA. New Hampshire is the place of their rehabilitation. Many may...

VHP leader killed in anti-Tipu Sultan protests in Karnataka

In anti-Tipu Sultan protests, as many as three persons were reportedly injured and VHP's Kodagu Organising Committee Secretary killed.

Why Uniform Civil Code is a must

Seeking gender equality through Uniform Civil Code should not be seen as an attempt to curtail one’s religious freedom.

Plight of Punjabi language in India

Bhagat Singh had a solution to secure justice for and promote the Punjabi language in the country - one script for all Indian languages.

India may lose credibility if PM Modi fails to rein in BJP members: Moody’s

Moody's said controversial comments from various party members amid the raging beef controversy is not helping the government.

Hindus in West Bengal hamlet prohibited from celebrating Durga Puja

Hindu members of Nalhati village of Birbhum district have been prevented from celebrating Durga Puja from past four years.

Hindus are Human too: Does anybody remember Sanju Rathore?

By Nithin Sridhar Sanju Rathore. Does the name ring a bell? No? I guessed so. Not many have heard the name. He was a 15-year...

Sitting on communal volcano: Why we must introspect

Why is it that our own people are seeking to polarize the society along communal lines, making it easy for hostile foreign forces to intervene?

Secularism is must to keep India united and strong: Asaduddin Owaisi

"The only thing which unites and keeps India strong is the pluralism and diversity of this great nation," the Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM) chief said.

The curious case of vanishing Hindu population in Bangladesh

By Arka Mondal "The numbers tell the story – or at least part of it.  After India’s Partition, Hindus were almost a third of the...

Meat ban: Muslims say aye, Hindus say nay

By Kanika Rangray A meat ban is observed to respect the Jain festival of Paryushan. Earlier it was beef ban to respect the feelings of...

Muzaffarnagar Baaqi Hai: Bringing the aftermath to the forefront

By Atul Mishra Not many films can boast of as many cancelled or stalled screenings as Nakul Singh Sawhney’s Muzaffarnagar Baaqi Hai. The film even...

US Commission silent about ethnic cleansing of Hindus in Bangladesh

By Dr. Richard L. Benkin On April 30, 2015, the United States joined with the Taliban and other South Asian jihadis by supporting the ethnic...

Not a breaking news: Why Indian mainstream media ‘hates’ Hindus

Israeli violence against Palestinians in Gaza finds a mention in the Indian Parliament, while a puny utterance of the dismal condition of Hindu refugees seems like a Herculean task for the politicos.

A toast to communal harmony: Bihar Muslims donate land for world’s largest Hindu temple

By NewsGram Staff Writer Setting a benchmark for communal harmony in India, Muslims in Patna, Bihar, have decided to donate the land for the construction...

Fourth-largest faith: 5 interesting infographics that decode Hinduism in US

By NewsGram Staff Writer A new study by Pew has revealed that Hindu population in US has increased by 85.8 per cent since 2007, making...

Diminishing Hindu population in Bangladesh: Is ethnic cleansing the real reason?

By Anirban Choudhury Arup and Priyanka Bose Kanta A bitter fact in today’s Bangladesh is that the Hindu population is dying out. The narrative that describes the...

Is the great American dream over? Rising religious intolerance shows the dark side of US

By Gaurav Sharma Racial discrimination in the US is not a recent development. Its roots extend to an era when White Americans enjoyed special rights...

How Hinduism has found its place in a land that holds the highest seat of Christianity

By Edoardo Lisi Rome, despite being the highest seat of Christianity, is a centre of confluence between several cultures and religions. Walking around the streets...

Embracing Hinduism: Fourth Tamil temple opens in Norway

Norway's fourth Tamil temple has opened, in Alesund. Three priests, from England, Denmark and Oslo, came to do a "water vessel ceremony" to consecrate...

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