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Practice social distancing for national good, says Mohan Bhagwat

"India is also fighting the global problem along with other countries. Hence, this is a day for swayamsevaks to make a resolution. Efforts are being made across the country to fight and defeat the coronavirus and we need to resolve to win this fight by working on it, keeping in mind our social responsibility," he said.

Mohan Bhagwat appeals youth to focus on nation building

RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Sunday appealed to youths to focus on the nation-building ...

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RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat attended a RSS programme, oraganised at Dr ...

  • “Only when there is suspicion, external forces get to amplify fears. Fearlessness and integrity are important in governance, and so is empathy towards everyone,” the RSS chief said, speaking at the launch of educationist JS Rajput’s book ‘Gandhi Ko Samajh Ne Ka Yahi Samay’.

    Speaking at a gathering in Ahmedabad, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat on Saturday expressed his concern about "violenc...

    A certain kind of restraint and discipline can come only from families,” Bhagwat said at a function in Delhi. “Government and courts have framed laws. But we cannot leave the safety of women to them alone,” Bhagwat said. Umer Ahmed Ilyasi, head of All India Organisation of Imams, demanded public hanging of those involved in the recent rape.

    Recently, the RSS hosted a meet with international media to offer the “right perspective” about the organisation. National security, the role of the RSS in the government's policy-making, its ideology and nationalism among the issues discussed.

    Calling upon RSS members to connect with people irrespective of their caste, language, religion or region, Bhagwat said that India's characteristic is to fasten everyone with one thread on the principle of 'Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam' (the world is a family).

    In his letter, Shiv Sena leader Kishore Tiwari, also a farm activist, stated that the BJP was becoming the "Frankenstein Monster" of the RSS and"polluting"the Sangh. Maharashtra Minorities Affairs and NCP leader Nawab Malik told the Legislative Council last Friday that a law will be enacted to give five per cent quota to Muslims in education.

    RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Wednesday said that India has traditionally been "Hindutvawadi" and that the Sangh regards the 130 crore populati...

    Bhagwat’s meeting is not a sudden action as RSS leaders have been pondering over farmers’ issues for a while. The issue of stubble burning by Punjab and Haryana farmers is also being discussed, an RSS source said. One of the ideas being suggested is to incentivise farmers by converting stubble into particle boards.

    Hindu tradition gave males power over property, marriage, occupation and all family matters. Marriages were financial deals between parents entailing dowry payments. Child marriage was standard. Fortunately, women are getting educated and affluent, and are no longer helpless pawns. They can think and act for themselves, including shedding undesirable husbands. Rising divorces are a sign that male tyranny is finally getting contested and punished.

    Addressing a rally in Nizamabad district, on Saturday, in the run up to the municipal polls in Telangana, the Hyderabad MP said, "RSS Mohan Bhagwat says to make two children policy.

    While addressing at an event in Pune on December 07, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat said, “Cow shelters were opened i...

    Samir Dwivedi's father, Janardan Dwivedi is a senior Congress leader and was general secretary of the party for a decade.

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