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Mita Vasisht on why she keeps returning to perform Lal Ded

Mumbai | By Sanskrita Bharadwaj
UPDATED ON JAN 31, 2020 06:07 PM IST
Actor Mita Vasisht talks about her play Lal Ded and why it’s still relevant.
To worship the idols in the outer courtyard did not mean that Hindus had the title to the place.(HT image)
To worship the idols in the outer courtyard did not mean that Hindus had the title to the place.(HT image)

Idol worship in part of site doesn’t prove title, SC told

New Delhi | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON SEP 05, 2019 08:45 AM IST
As the senior advocate resumed his arguments, justice Nazeer asked him if he disputed the shebait rights. When Dhavan replied in the negative, justice Bhushan posed another query.
A picture taken at the Museum of Modern Art in Kuwait City shows a sculpture by Kuwaiti artist Sami Mohammed.(AFP)
A picture taken at the Museum of Modern Art in Kuwait City shows a sculpture by Kuwaiti artist Sami Mohammed.(AFP)

In pics: These modern sculptors, their statues are forbidden in Kuwaiti

Kuwait City | By Press Trust of India
PUBLISHED ON NOV 08, 2018 01:47 PM IST
Stymied by a conservative view of Islam that bans representations of the body, Kuwaiti sculptors face any artist’s nightmare: They can’t get their work displayed to the public. But their statues all sit behind closed doors, hidden from the public eye.
The question paper which was given to the students of Polerhat High School.(HT Photo)
The question paper which was given to the students of Polerhat High School.(HT Photo)

Communally sensitive question in Bengal school has Hindu groups up in arms, police on alert

Hindustan Times, Kolkata | By Tanmay Chatterjee
UPDATED ON AUG 21, 2018 03:59 PM IST
On August 9, class 8 students appearing for a 30-minute third language test at Polerhat High School were asked: “What provokes an evil person?” with the options being “idol worship” and “namaz”.
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