Shiv Sena wants NDA to consider RSS chief Bhagwat as President of India

mohan-bhagwat.jpgMumbai: The Shiv Sena on Monday said Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagat’s name should be considered for the next President of India. The Presidential election is due in July.

Senior Shiv Sena leader and Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Raut said if the dream of a “Hindu Rashtra” (Hindu nation) has to be fulfilled, then Bhagwat should be made President. According to Raut, the BJP has selected and appointed chief ministers associated with the RSS and they shouldn’t shy away from nominating Bhagwat for President.

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Pakistan, Hindu student asked to apologise for celebrating Holi in university campus

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In Pakistan, Hindu student asked to apologise for celebrating Holi in university campus
New Delhi: A post is going viral on social media claiming that a Hindu student was forced to submit a written apology over celebrating Holi on the campus of a Pakistani university.The alleged incident took place at Sindh University Jamshoro.

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51 University VCs Attend RSS Workshop on Making Education More Indian-Exclusive ???

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Updated: March 27, 2017,
51 University VCs Attend RSS Workshop on Making Education More Indian RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat speaks at 7th
New Delhi: Over 721 academicians and experts including 51 Vice Chancellors of various central and state universities attended a two-day workshop organised by the RSS over the weekend hosted in the national capital.
The idea behind the event, as its all India organiser told press, was to brainstorm over how to make Indian education more oriented towards 'Bharatiya perspectives.'

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Indian state of Madhya Pradesh: 28,000 kids below six years of age died last year-Modi is in hurry to shut down Compassion International

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79 children aged below six years die every day in Madhya and this shows that the infant mortality rate in Madhya Pradesh is worse than even many African nations.

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