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Hindu Temple Vandalised In Pakistan, Holy Books, Idols Burnt; PM Imran Khan Orders Probe

Feb 06, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

After the incident, the Hindus in the area held a protest in the city.

Hindu Temple Desecrated In US, Vandals Blacken Idol, Leave Behind Knife As 'Message'

Jan 31, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

Vandalism resulted in deity image sprayed with black paint, broken windows, walls spray-painted with inappropriate messages and graffiti.


Six Congress Activists Arrested For Disrupting Screening Of 'The Accidental Prime Minister' In Kolkata

Some of the agitators were seen shouting slogans like Rahul Gandhi Zinabad... Congress Zindabad (hail Rahul Gadhi and Congress) inside the auditorium.

BJP Office Vandalised By Protesters Over Citizenship Bill In Assam

Jan 11, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

A group of agitators vandalised a BJP office as protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill 2016 continued in Assam, police said on Friday.


Former PM Rajiv Gandhi's Statue vandalised By Akali Dal In Ludhiana

The chief minister has asked the police to take action in the matter and identify the perpetrators.

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14 August, 2018

9 More Arrested In Kanwariya Vandalisation Case In Delhi

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Violence broke out in South Moti Nagar area on August 7 when a group of 'Kanwariyas' or devotees of Lord Shiva vandalised a vehicle and broke its windshield and windows.


10 August, 2018

Grave Situation, Will Not Wait For Govt To Amend Law: SC On Vandalism During Protests

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Attorney General K K Venugopal told the bench that responsibility should be fixed on authorities like the superintendent of the police of the area in cases of vandalism and rioting.


10 August, 2018

Kanwariyas' Vandalism: Delhi Police Make First Arrest, Accused A Vagabond, Drug Addict

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The incident took place on Tuesday on a stretch of a busy road near Moti Nagar metro station causing a traffic snarl and forcing some of the commuters to take a detour.


08 August, 2018

Kanwariyas Vandalise Car In Delhi Over Altercation With Driver

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The video of the incident, which took place around 5 pm, is doing rounds on social media.


16 July, 2018

Tharoor's Office Vandalised in Kerala, He Claims 'Sanghi Goondas' Behind It

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This comes days after Tharoor was in news for his 'Hindu-Pakistan' remark, for which he was severely criticized by the BJP.


15 July, 2018

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09 April, 2018

BJP MLA Vandalises SP Office Over Detention Of NCP MLA, Arrested

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The police in Maharashtra's Ahmednagar district today arrested BJP MLA Shivaji Kardile for allegedly vandalising the office of the superintendent of police (SP), a senior official said.


30 March, 2018

Bihar: Clash Erupts After Lord Hanuman's Idol Vandalised In Nawada

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The situation came under control after security personnel was deployed in the area.




12 March, 2018

Consensus Difficult, But Only Ram Temple Will Be Built In Ayodhya, Says RSS Gen Secy Bhaiyyaji Joshi

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He also condemned the incidents of statue vandalism



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