The incident evidenced wider sectarian tensions in Telangana.
“Martyrdom” is a strictly religious concept, but it can also be used figuratively. The victims of the Mumbai 2008 terrorist attacks were, in their own way, “martyrs.”
The legendary Indian sect of stranglers probably existed, although controversies are not settled—but using them to slander Hinduism does not make sense.
The attack on the memorial of Maharaja Ranjit Singh at the Lahore Fort generated widespread emotion in Pakistan and India.
Indian researchers also confirmed that the queen was indeed strangulated to death under Shah Abbas, something Iran tries to deny.
The construction of Chinese villages in a holy Buddhist area in occupied Bhutanese territory is part of a wider anti-Indian strategy.
The incident reveals a persistent anti-Indian, and a broader anti-religious, prejudice.
Report calls the situation of Hindus “informal apartheid,” as rapes and abductions continue.
A Supreme Court case about the Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church raises concerns among Catholics too.