Amazon.com removes Lord Ganesha skateboards after Hindus protest

Amazon.com, said to be world’s largest online retailer, has seemingly removed skateboards carrying images of Hindu deity Lord Ganesha from its website after Hindus protested. Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, who spearheaded the protest, in a statement in Nevada (USA)...

Upset Hindus urge Texas brewery to withdraw Lord Shiva beers

Upset Hindus are urging New Braunfels (Texas) based New Braunfels Brewing Company (NBBC) to withdraw three beers named after Hindu deity Lord Shiva, calling these highly inappropriate. These are: “Shiva’s Tears”, “Shiva’s Wrath” and “Cosmic Dancer”. Hindu...

Study reveals yoga may help children with cancer

Quality of life of patients doing yoga improved, according to the conclusions of “Results of a Pilot Yoga Intervention to Improve Pediatric Cancer Patients’ Quality of Life and Physical Activity and Parents’ Well-being”. This study, published in the January 2017...