Growing Intolerance

'Growing Intolerance' - 72 News Result(s)

  • Minister Says "Not Government's Job To Tell People What To Eat": Report
    India News | Reuters | Sunday April 17, 2022
    Indians have the freedom to practice their faith and there is no growing intolerance between religious communities, the country's minority affairs minister said in an interview published on Sunday amid spurts of religious riots across India.
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  • Recalling Rajiv Gandhi, Manmohan Singh Speaks Of "Effort For Harmony"
    India News | Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Tuesday August 20, 2019
    Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today said the "disturbing trends" of growing intolerance, communal polarisation, and hate crimes will damage India's polity.
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  • "Horrendous Acts Of Mobocracy": Lawmaker Nusrat Jahan In Open Letter
    India News | Written by Monideepa Banerjie | Thursday July 25, 2019
    Trinamool Congress lawmaker Nusrat Jehan has thanked 49 eminent personalities who wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday to protest growing intolerance in the country, and joined them in condemning cow vigilantes who attack people on the basis of rumours of eating beef and cow smuggling. She also criticised the government's "selective sil...
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  • "Growing Intolerance Can Harm National Interests": Manmohan Singh
    India News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday August 21, 2018
    Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday called upon the people to reflect on how to work together and contribute in arresting "disturbing trends" of intolerance, communal polarisation and incidents of violent crimes propelled by hate groups and mobs being witnessed in the country.
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  • Need To Curb Rising Intolerance Over Political Views: Court
    India News | Press Trust of India | Monday September 18, 2017
    The need of the hour is to curb the growing intolerance among people who value their views more than someone else's life, a Delhi court has said, observing that such instances reflected a return to "the age of barbarism".
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  • 'Hyper-Nationalism' Growing: 65 Former Officers Write Open Letter
    India News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday June 14, 2017
    A spate of recent developments - from cow vigilantism and religious intolerance to trolling and intimidation - has evoked a "sense of deep disquiet" in a group of 65 former bureaucrats, who have urged the State to take corrective measures to tackle growing "hyper-nationalism" in the country.
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  • Earth's Climate Past Points To Overheated Future: Study
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday September 27, 2016
    Our planet may grow intolerably hot even if greenhouse gases in the atmosphere remain at current levels, according to the first two-million-year reconstruction of surface temperatures, published on Monday.
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  • Intolerance Towards Muslims Rising Due To Donald Trump, Say 'Gold Star' Parents
    World News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday August 9, 2016
    In a fresh attack on Donald Trump's poll rhetoric, the parents of a fallen Pakistani-origin American soldier have blamed the controversial Republican presidential nominee for growing intolerance towards Muslims in the US.
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  • Amnesty Report Condemns 'Growing Intolerance' In India
    India News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday February 24, 2016
    Authorities have failed to "prevent many incidents of religious violence" and sometimes "contributed to tensions through polarising speeches", Amnesty International has said as it condemned the alleged "rise in intolerance" in the country in its annual report released today.
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  • Shah Rukh, Aamir Will Be Afraid To Talk Due to Negative Reactions: Sonam
    Entertainment | Indo-Asian News Service | Thursday February 4, 2016
    Last year, Shah Rukh Khan added his voice to growing protests by the civil society over what they called the climate of intolerance. "Religious intolerance, or intolerance of any kind, is the worst thing and will take us to the dark ages," he had told NDTV during an exclusive interview
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  • Irrfan Khan on 'Intolerance': Everyone Has The Right to Speak Their Mind
    Entertainment | Press Trust of India | Wednesday February 3, 2016
    "I find it very strange when few people say that actors should act and they should not express their opinions on issues. Everybody has the right to speak their mind and concerns. If you are told to shut up then this is not a sign of a growing and healthy society," he said at the NDTV Indian of the Year Awards on February 2
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  • Nayantara Sahgal Rebuts Sahitya Akademi's Claim She Will Take Back Award
    India News | Reported by Jatin Gandhi (with inputs from PTI) | Friday January 22, 2016
    The Sahitya Akademi today claimed some of the writers, including Nayantara Sahgal, have agreed to take back the awards they had returned citing 'growing intolerance' in the country. Ms Sahgal, however, issued a separate statement strongly denying the academy's claim.
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  • India Most Tolerant Country In The World, Says Violinist L Subramaniam
    Kerala News | Press Trust of India | Saturday December 26, 2015
    Amidst the raging debate on growing 'intolerance' in the country, violin virtuoso and composer Dr L Subramaniam today took a varying point of view, saying India was one of the most tolerant countries in the world.
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  • Vikram Seth Says Indians Demeaning Others On Religion Not Fit To Be Leaders
    India News | Press Trust of India | Thursday December 10, 2015
    Tolerance is the basic tenor of the country and any Indian who demeans others on the basis of food, religion and love is not worthy to be a leader, said novelist Vikram Seth, who had earlier supported Sahitya Akademi's condemnation of writers' killings.
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  • 'Cow Safer Than a Muslim in India': Shashi Tharoor in Parliament
    India News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday December 2, 2015
    Stressing on 'growing intolerance' in the country, Congress leader Shashi Tharoor said on Tuesday that a cow was safer in India than a Muslim.
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'Growing Intolerance' - 28 Video Result(s)

'Growing Intolerance' - 72 News Result(s)

  • Minister Says "Not Government's Job To Tell People What To Eat": Report
    India News | Reuters | Sunday April 17, 2022
    Indians have the freedom to practice their faith and there is no growing intolerance between religious communities, the country's minority affairs minister said in an interview published on Sunday amid spurts of religious riots across India.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Recalling Rajiv Gandhi, Manmohan Singh Speaks Of "Effort For Harmony"
    India News | Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Tuesday August 20, 2019
    Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today said the "disturbing trends" of growing intolerance, communal polarisation, and hate crimes will damage India's polity.
    www.ndtv.com
  • "Horrendous Acts Of Mobocracy": Lawmaker Nusrat Jahan In Open Letter
    India News | Written by Monideepa Banerjie | Thursday July 25, 2019
    Trinamool Congress lawmaker Nusrat Jehan has thanked 49 eminent personalities who wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday to protest growing intolerance in the country, and joined them in condemning cow vigilantes who attack people on the basis of rumours of eating beef and cow smuggling. She also criticised the government's "selective sil...
    www.ndtv.com
  • "Growing Intolerance Can Harm National Interests": Manmohan Singh
    India News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday August 21, 2018
    Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday called upon the people to reflect on how to work together and contribute in arresting "disturbing trends" of intolerance, communal polarisation and incidents of violent crimes propelled by hate groups and mobs being witnessed in the country.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Need To Curb Rising Intolerance Over Political Views: Court
    India News | Press Trust of India | Monday September 18, 2017
    The need of the hour is to curb the growing intolerance among people who value their views more than someone else's life, a Delhi court has said, observing that such instances reflected a return to "the age of barbarism".
    www.ndtv.com
  • 'Hyper-Nationalism' Growing: 65 Former Officers Write Open Letter
    India News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday June 14, 2017
    A spate of recent developments - from cow vigilantism and religious intolerance to trolling and intimidation - has evoked a "sense of deep disquiet" in a group of 65 former bureaucrats, who have urged the State to take corrective measures to tackle growing "hyper-nationalism" in the country.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Earth's Climate Past Points To Overheated Future: Study
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday September 27, 2016
    Our planet may grow intolerably hot even if greenhouse gases in the atmosphere remain at current levels, according to the first two-million-year reconstruction of surface temperatures, published on Monday.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Intolerance Towards Muslims Rising Due To Donald Trump, Say 'Gold Star' Parents
    World News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday August 9, 2016
    In a fresh attack on Donald Trump's poll rhetoric, the parents of a fallen Pakistani-origin American soldier have blamed the controversial Republican presidential nominee for growing intolerance towards Muslims in the US.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Amnesty Report Condemns 'Growing Intolerance' In India
    India News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday February 24, 2016
    Authorities have failed to "prevent many incidents of religious violence" and sometimes "contributed to tensions through polarising speeches", Amnesty International has said as it condemned the alleged "rise in intolerance" in the country in its annual report released today.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Shah Rukh, Aamir Will Be Afraid To Talk Due to Negative Reactions: Sonam
    Entertainment | Indo-Asian News Service | Thursday February 4, 2016
    Last year, Shah Rukh Khan added his voice to growing protests by the civil society over what they called the climate of intolerance. "Religious intolerance, or intolerance of any kind, is the worst thing and will take us to the dark ages," he had told NDTV during an exclusive interview
    www.ndtv.com/entertainment
  • Irrfan Khan on 'Intolerance': Everyone Has The Right to Speak Their Mind
    Entertainment | Press Trust of India | Wednesday February 3, 2016
    "I find it very strange when few people say that actors should act and they should not express their opinions on issues. Everybody has the right to speak their mind and concerns. If you are told to shut up then this is not a sign of a growing and healthy society," he said at the NDTV Indian of the Year Awards on February 2
    www.ndtv.com/entertainment
  • Nayantara Sahgal Rebuts Sahitya Akademi's Claim She Will Take Back Award
    India News | Reported by Jatin Gandhi (with inputs from PTI) | Friday January 22, 2016
    The Sahitya Akademi today claimed some of the writers, including Nayantara Sahgal, have agreed to take back the awards they had returned citing 'growing intolerance' in the country. Ms Sahgal, however, issued a separate statement strongly denying the academy's claim.
    www.ndtv.com
  • India Most Tolerant Country In The World, Says Violinist L Subramaniam
    Kerala News | Press Trust of India | Saturday December 26, 2015
    Amidst the raging debate on growing 'intolerance' in the country, violin virtuoso and composer Dr L Subramaniam today took a varying point of view, saying India was one of the most tolerant countries in the world.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Vikram Seth Says Indians Demeaning Others On Religion Not Fit To Be Leaders
    India News | Press Trust of India | Thursday December 10, 2015
    Tolerance is the basic tenor of the country and any Indian who demeans others on the basis of food, religion and love is not worthy to be a leader, said novelist Vikram Seth, who had earlier supported Sahitya Akademi's condemnation of writers' killings.
    www.ndtv.com
  • 'Cow Safer Than a Muslim in India': Shashi Tharoor in Parliament
    India News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday December 2, 2015
    Stressing on 'growing intolerance' in the country, Congress leader Shashi Tharoor said on Tuesday that a cow was safer in India than a Muslim.
    www.ndtv.com

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