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    Why is RSS not registered and why doesn’t it pay tax: Prakash Ambedkar

    Mumbai: In a sharp attack against the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat, Prakash Ambedkar, chief of the Bharip Bahujan Mahasangh (BBM), alleged that Bhagwat did not follow Indian Constitution, but instead followed the ideology of Golwalkar Guruji (M S Golwakar, the second sarsanghachalak of the RSS).

  • Bhopal: RSS is movement of social change, says Vispute

    Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh’s Mahavidhyalay in Vidhyarthi Sangh Shiksha Varg (first year) ‘Prakat Samaroh’ was organised on Thursday. Famous actor and Sanskar Bharati, Madhya Praant, president, Rajiv Verma was the chief guest. RSS, Madhya Shetra, pracharak, Deepak Vispute, said RSS was a movement of social change. The RSS workers are doing the work of social awareness. RSS believes that change in the country is not possible until public gets united. Permanent change

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    RSS: Myth and Reality

    What the RSS Sarsanghchalak Mohan Bhagwat said in his three-day outreach programme in the national capital beginning last Monday, is so unexceptionable, indeed, so wholesome, that you are left wondering what the controversy is all about the 92-year-old-organisation. He forthrightly explained his position on the very issues which the RSS’s critics invariably raise to dub it fascist. There was nothing fascist in his views frankly expressed before an invited audience which was

  • RSS won’t accept Muslims: Bahujan Samaj Party supremo Mayawati

    New Delhi: The RSS would never accept the Muslims even if they agreed to build not just the Ram temple in Ayodhya but many other temples, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati said on Thursday. She also slammed the Narendra Modi government’s move on the ‘triple talaq’ ordinance, calling it “politically motivated”.

  • By tradition, nationalism and ancestry, we are all Hindus: Mohan Bhagwat

    New Delhi: RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat on Wednesday said that the Sangh has reservations on the use of word “minority” and noted that it would always maintain that the people of the country are Hindus by tradition, nationalism, and ancestry. Bhagwat, who answered questions in the last part of his lecture series here, said the Sangh has evolved its views with the times. He said the word ‘minority’

  • Evolved outlook, character & style of RSS

    RSS sarsanghchalak Mohan Rao Bhagwat’s three-day lecture series in New Delhi titled “Future of Bharat: An RSS Perspective” is significant, representing as it does the organisation’s first effort at public outreach on such a large scale. Analysts have speculated that it is an answer to Congress president Rahul Gandhi’s recent characterisation of the RSS as the Indian version of the ‘Muslim Brotherhood’, an Islamist group that combines social work with political activism

  • Why no noise over cattle smugglers attacking gaurakshaks, asks RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat

    New Delhi: In the midst of a raging controversy over lynchings by cow vigilantes, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Wednesday said that there were “double standards” over violence in the name of cow with nobody making any “noise” about cattle smugglers attacking the gaurakshaks. He also emphasised that those genuinely involved in the service of the cow, including Muslims who maintain cow shelters, should not be linked to lynching incidents. “The cattle smugglers attack. There

  • RSS not against inter-caste marriage: Mohan Bhagwat

    New Delhi: RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat Wednesday said the Hinduvta outfit was not against inter-caste marriage and it was an issue of compatibility between a man and woman. Answering wide-ranging questions on issues like inter-caste marriages, education as well as the caste system, Bhagwat also said if there is a census on inter-caste marriages, the maximum cases will be those from the Sangh. On the last day of the three-day mega outreach conclave by

  • Why RSS outreach just now?

    Everybody is talking of whether or not Congress and the rest of the Opposition made a mistake not accepting the invitation to attend the RSS meet. But ask about the timing of the meet, why now? Therein, probably, lies a story, or maybe two. One of them linked to the Opposition’s decision to spurn the invite.

  • There will be no Hindutva without Muslims in India: Mohan Bhagwat

    New Delhi: Often under attack for its “exclusionary” agenda, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Tuesday said there will be no “Hindu rashtra” without Muslims in India and Hindutva encompasses fraternity and unity in diversity. Expounding on the Hindutva concept in his second of the three-day lecture series, he said that Hindutva was the basic thought of all communities residing in India.

  • RSS never asks its volunteers to work for a particular party: Mohan Bhagwat

    New Delhi: RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat asserted Tuesday that the Hindutva organisation never asks its volunteers to work for any particular party but does advise them to back those working in the national interest. Bhagwat’s comments, on the second day of a three-day conclave organised by the RSS, sought to distinguish between its functioning and the work of the BJP, which is seen to be ideologically affiliated to the organisation with many top leaders,

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    2019 Lok Sabha, Assembly Polls: RSS dead keen on BJP-Sena alliance

    Mumbai: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), ideological parent of ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is dead keen for tie up with Shiv Sena for next Lok Sabha and state assembly poll to avoid divide in votes on Hindutwa agenda. According to RSS insider, Mohan Bhagwat, in his meeting with Nitin Gadkari, union minister and Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis discussed the nitty-gritty of the possible alliance and affect on results if contested the

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    BJP government is exercising laxity on issue of mob lynching in the name of cow vigilantism: Mayawati

    Lucknow: Terming mob lynching in the name of cow vigilantism as a “blot on democracy”, BSP supremo Mayawati Sunday accused the BJP governments of  laxity and indifference on the issue. “The increasing tendency of indulging in mob lynching in the name of cow vigilantism in the BJP-ruled states is a blot on democracy, yet the governments are exercising laxity and are being indifferent to it,” Mayawati told reporters here.

  • Former Uttar Pradesh CM Akhilesh Yadav not to attend RSS meet in Delhi

    New Delhi: Former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Saturday said that he will not attend the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) meet scheduled to be held here from Monday. “I don’t have much knowledge about RSS. I have only read on what made Sardar Patel ban the RSS and after reading that paragraph I don’t have the courage to attend the meet,” said the Samajwadi Party President while attending the ‘India Today Mind

  • Bhopal: BJP turns to woo poor, OBCs

    Agitation launched by the upper castes and other backward classes against the amendment in SC/ST Atrocities Act has raised concerns within BJP about losing its main voters. The impact of the agitation has been severe in Gwalior, Chambal and Vindhya regions. To tackle the impact of the agitation, the BJP leaders are now focusing on creating a rift in the upper castes and the OBCs.

  • Bhopal: Land allotment to RSS affiliated Bhartiya Kisan Sangh draws controversy

    Bhopal: In a latest move government has initiated the process for allotting land to RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh) affiliated farmers wing Bhartiya Kisan Sangh. Congress has opposed the move terming it unnecessary. Controversy started after Bhopal district administration gave an advertisement in a newspaper inviting claim and objections over allotment of 8000 square feet of land in prime area of Kotra Sultanabad.

  • Invitation to Rahul Gandhi: RSS master-stroke!

    Indian politics seems to be crossing a difficult ghat with many steep slopes and curves. The pointer is that the Congress boss Rahul Gandhi is likely to receive a formal invitation from Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat to attend the organisation’s gathering at Nagpur, soon. If the media gossip holds any truth, the RSS has decided to invite him when Bhagwat would deliver the key-note address. And if Rahul accepts