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Hindutva stamp in Modi’s foreign policy

THIS book deserves a far wider readership in India than it has received. Its scholarship is impeccable; analysis incisive and its conclusions are of...

‘Targeted by hate’: Audrey Truschke on why she helped write a...

By Priyali Prakash It aims to offer guidance to academics “targeted by hate” – specifically those who find themselves “the target or a witness to...

Are Hindu Americans Being Victimized by Allegations of Dual Loyalty? Really?

Cries of “dual loyalty” have often been followed by pogroms and genocides around the world: Jews were accused of dual loyalty by the Romans...

Hindutva group in Canada shows support to the London attack culprit

While the wounds from the recent Islamophobic attack on a Pakistani-Canadian family are still fresh, who were mercilessly murdered in broad daylight while taking...

Al Jazeera condemns threats to Indian journalist for report on Covid-19...

News organisation Al Jazeera Media Network on Sunday condemned the online harassment and death threats made by Hindutva social media users to Indian journalist...

COVID Relief Donations Are Supporting a Project to “Hinduize” India

As the world has become more aware of India’s still-grim COVID crisis, concerned and well-meaning citizens of the world have shared links through which...

Transgender Rights, Full Pants, e-Shakhas: Hindutva Diaspora is Influencing the Sangh...

A vibrant Hindu diaspora has emerged in various parts of the world. Besides celebrating Indian festivals together, several members of the Hindu diaspora have...

For Indian American Hindus, loving India doesn’t mean holding back our...

By Khyati Y. Joshi  (RNS) — As India suffers through a devastating surge of COVID-19 infections and deaths, the Indian diaspora is experiencing a swirl of...

Encoding Hindutva: Shalini Kantayya and Coded Bias

By J. Khadijah Abdurahman The producer and director of Coded Bias, Shalini Kantayya is a poster child for the Hindu American Foundation’s (HAF) fundraising efforts....

Online petition filed against Twitter’s donation to RSS linked organisation

California-based journalist Pieter Friedrich, who started his hunger strike against Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey’s 2.5 million dollar donation to Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS)...

Lawsuits bring attention to caste discrimination in the US

This month, lawyers representing lower-caste workers building a temple for a Hindu group in New Jersey filed a lawsuit claiming they were forced to...

US journalist goes on hunger strike to protest Twitter’s $2.5M donation...

By Usama Hazari Hyderabad: California based journalist Pieter Friedrich, who tracks RSS activities in America, entered the third day of his hunger strike, which he began in...

Twitter’s Sewa International donation: Image rehabilitation for RSS-linked charity?

By Pieter Friedrich As COVID plagues India, Indresh Kumar and Shyam Parande stepped forward — on more than one occasion in May 2021 — to...