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Nov 19, 2017
Upset Hindus are urging European Commission to persuade various headshops of Europe to withdraw cannabis paraphernalia with images of Lord Ganesha and other Hindu deities, which they feel is highly inappropriate.

Nov 16, 2017
Recently opened "Yoga on the Fly" at Denver International Airport (DEN) was on a trial basis and temporary, Hindu statesman Rajan Zed was informed on November 15.

Nov 10, 2017
Upset Hindus are urging Charlotte (North Carolina) based fashion activewear company "GearBunch" for immediate withdrawal of leggings, capris and bedding carrying images of Hindu deity Lord Ganesha; calling it highly inappropriate.

Nov 09, 2017
Hindus are urging prestigious about £1bn museum Louvre Abu Dhabi (LAD); unveiled by French President Emmanuel Macron on November eight; to enrich its collection of Hindu artifacts.

Oct 09, 2017
Hindus are upset at "Fate/Grand Order" (FGO) mobile role-playing video game, developed by Japan's Delightworks Inc., for reportedly introducing goddess Parvati as one of the "new" servants; saying it trivializes a highly revered Hindu deity.

Oct 06, 2017
Hindus have welcomed the reports of closing Millburn Township Public Schools (MTPS) in New Jersey on November seven in the Draft Calendar 2018-2019, the day on which most popular Hindu festival Diwali falls next year.

Sep 29, 2017
Upset Hindus are urging Valencia (Spain) based online retailer esKalarTienda for immediate withdrawal of crash-pad carrying image of Hindu deity Lord Ganesh; calling it highly inappropriate.

Sep 28, 2017
Hindus have welcomed Utah State University (USU); respected public research university in Logan, Utah; for teaching about Hindu gods and goddesses, calling it a step in the positive direction.

Sep 20, 2017
Hindus have welcomed reports of yoga practice inside magnificent Duke University Chapel (DUC), which describes itself as "Christian church of uniquely interdenominational character", on September 15.

Sep 14, 2017
A highly significant research by University of Oxford has revealed that ancient Indian Bakhshali manuscript, dating to 3rd or 4th century, contained the world's oldest recorded origin of the zero symbol that we use today.



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