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Sangh parivar exploiting Sabarimala issue for political gains: Pinarayi Vijayan

Vijayan comments came on a day when BJP President Amit Shah slammed the LDF government's handling of the situation in Sabarimala as "disappointing" and accused it of treating pilgrims as "Gulag inmates" and making them spend nights next to "pig droppings"

BJP should not interfere in affairs of Nair community organisation: NSS

Nair went on to laud the Congress government in Kerala. He said the Chandy government had taken several steps to ensure social justice.

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RSS asks BJP ministers to support Sangh programmes

Sarkaryawah Bhaiyyaji Joshi interacted with over 70-80 legislators, including all BJP ministers and Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, for about 30 minutes at Smruti Mandir premises of the organisation.

RSS and the government: Tracing the history down the years

For the RSS, the stakes are high with a BJP-majority government at the Centre for the first time. Indian Express traces the history of RSS’s relations with governments down the years.

RSS wing red flags ‘excess liberalisation’ to policy makers

Virjesh Upadhyay, the general secretary of RSS affiliate Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh, said the government’s policies should be in line with Deendayal Upadhyay’s ideas regarding distribution of wealth.

Ahead of Ratlam bypoll, Sangh steps up activities

Ratlam constituency, spread over Jhabua, Alirajpur and Ratlam districts, is considered crucial for the BJP because the party won it for the first time in 2014.

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Yoga, by RSS

It would have been upset had Muslims not objected to compulsory yoga.

Amit Shah was asked why no Hindu group came to tell NE tribals about Ram

The Forum wanted to know why no “Hindu missionary” came to tell the tribals of the Northeast about the Hindu gods.

Centre can’t bring law against conversion

Any such move will not only be legally untenable, it will also go against basic tenets of the Constitution, the Law Ministry told the Home Ministry.

A policy of spectre-mongering

Sangh Parivar has zeroed in on Census 2011’s data on religion. But Modi government needs to go back to the Sachar report.

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