Extremist CFI Threatening School Teachers on Hijab Issue
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Extremist CFI Threatening School Teachers on Hijab Issue – Karnataka High Court Shocked, Wants Full Report…

As the Hijab issue is being heard by the Karnataka High Court, the government informed the court that the Campus Front of India (CFI), the student wing of islamic extremist organisation People’s Front of India (PFI) has been threatening teachers of the school – guessing… Read More

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Right To Wear Hijab Does Not Fall Under Article 25 Of Constitution: Karnataka Govt In High Court
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Right To Wear Hijab Does Not Fall Under Article 25 Of Constitution: Karnataka Govt In High Court

The Karnataka government on Tuesday told the High Court that there is no restriction on wearing Hijab in India with reasonable restrictions subject to institutional discipline. . Read more at: https://swarajyamag.com/politics/right-to-wear-hijab-does-not-fall-under-article-25-of-constitution-karnataka-govt-in-high-court . Read More

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Karnataka Government Notifies Order Barring The Use Of Temple Funds For Non-Hindu Religious Purposes
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Karnataka Government Notifies Order Barring The Use Of Temple Funds For Non-Hindu Religious Purposes

In a significant decision, the Karnataka government has notified an order prohibiting the use of funds of the Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments (Muzrai) department to finance non-Hindu causes or any other religious institutions. . Read more at: https://www.opindia.com/2021/07/karnataka-government-bans-use-of-temple-funds-for-non-hindu-religious-purposes-hrce-muzrai-department/ . Read More

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Karnataka Government Obtains Jain Basadi Land Granted To Waqf Board Following Public Furore Over Illegal 'Mosque' On The Site
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Karnataka Government Obtains Jain Basadi Land Granted To Waqf Board Following Public Furore Over Illegal ‘Mosque’ On The Site

In a victory of sorts, locals in Kodavoor village in Udupi Taluk of Karnataka have managed to reverse an order that had 'granted' land where once stood a Jain Basadi to the waqf board. Through a government notification issued on 22 June 2021, the Department… Read More

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Funds Meant For Hindu Temples In Karnataka Will No Longer Be Spent On Other Religious Institutions
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Funds Meant For Hindu Temples In Karnataka Will No Longer Be Spent On Other Religious Institutions

Karnataka government has ordered that the funds of the Karnataka Hindu Religious Institutions And Charitable Endowments (HRCE) Department also known as Muzrai department be no longer used to fund any non-Hindu religious institutions. . Read more at: https://swarajyamag.com/news-brief/funds-meant-for-hindu-temples-in-karnataka-will-no-longer-be-spent-on-other-religious-institutions . Read More

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Karnataka Govt & Police Revenge Arrest Of Journalist
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‘So Unfair – Karnataka GOV’T & Police’s Revenge Arrest Of Journalist…

Well known local Karnataka journalist, Santhosh Thammaiah, was arrested by Karnataka police. And slapped him with charges of hurting religious feelings. Journalist Santhosh has been writing against the current government and ruling secular political parties in the state about so many lawless and illegal things happening in… Read More

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