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India Intervenes on Christmas Conversion of Thousands of Christians to Hinduism
(UPDATED) Hindu nationalists refuse to back down on Christian and Muslim re-conversions, dub India a 'Hindu nation.'
Violence against Indian Christians reached its worst point in 2008 in the southeastern state of Orissa, following the assassination of Hindu leader Laxmanananda.
U.S. Visited by Only Politician Ever Banned Over Religious Freedom Violations: India's Modi
Meanwhile, Indian Christians prepare to protest persecution surge from prime minister's first 100 days in office.
Violence against Indian Christians reached its worst point in 2008 in the southeastern state of Orissa, following the assassination of Hindu leader Laxmanananda.
Good News for Christians in India's Most Persecuting State
After nearly a decade, Hindu nationalist party finally loses power in Karnataka.
(It surpassed notorious Orissa in 2010.) And in the days leading up to the May However, Christians were encouraged when the BJP lost control of Orissa in elections the following year.
Hindu Nationalists Attack Peaceful Prayer Meeting Under 'Forceful Conversion' Pretense
Assault on pastors’ meeting in India shows depth of extremist hostility.
Violence against Indian Christians reached its worst point in 2008 in Orissa, another coastal southeastern state, following the assassination of Hindu leader Laxmanananda.
Finally: Convictions in India's Deadliest Riots Against Christians
Fast-track court sentences 12 to six years in jail for Orissa riots in 2008.
Fast-track court sentences 12 to six years in jail for Orissa riots in 2008. An Indian court has convicted 12 people for "arson, rioting and the torching of houses" in Orissa in 2008.
More Arrests in Martyrdom of India Missionary Family
Two Hindu extremists will stand trial for 1999 massacre of Graham Staines and his two sons.
murders]. But the High Court in Orissa threw out charges against 44 of the accused two months after the arrests, because there was insufficient evidence.".
The Most Troubling Violation of Human Rights? Conversion, Says U.N. Report
U.N. special rapporteur: Right to conversion is "unconditionally protected under international human rights law."
This is a particular problem in countries like India, where Hindu nationalists initiated attacks on Christians, 20 of whom were arrested for celebrating baptisms, in Orissa in October.
Morning Roundup 11/14/12: Gifts & Talents; Human Rights; Church Growth
This is a particular problem in countries like India, where Hindu nationalists initiated attacks on Christians, 20 of whom were arrested for celebrating baptisms, in Orissa in October.
Subscriber Access Only Gleanings: July/August 2013
Important developments in the church and the world.
Karnataka had more anti-Christian attacks in 2012 than any other Indian state—including notorious Orissa, where authorities recently arrested two Hindu extremists connected to the
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Orissa Christians breathe easier after election defeat of Hindu extremists.
Radicals Rejected. Orissa Christians breathe easier after election defeat of Hindu extremists. Orissa Christians breathe easier after election defeat of Hindu extremists.
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It's time for India to start acting like the world's largest democracy.
Terror in Orissa. It's time for India to start acting like the world's largest democracy. Terror in Orissa. It's time for India to start acting like the world's largest democracy.
Indian Government Seizes Land Used By Catholic Ministry To Lepers
Sumanahalli Society unable to renew lease on 45 acres currently housing 400 residents.
race or creed.". CT has previously reported on the defeat of Hindu extremists in Orissa, India, as well as on religious tension within India's caste system.
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Christians knew the attacks were coming, but no one knew they would be this deadly.
Susan Wunderink/ October 9, 2008. Like many people in the eastern India state of Orissa, Nikhil Kumar Kanodia knew an attack on Christians was imminent.
India Elections: No Hindutva Takeover
Manoj Pradhan, in jail for leading riots against Christians last year in Orissa, seems to have won a seat in the state assembly in India's general elections.
India Again Denies Visas to USCIRF Panel
Commissioners had planned to travel to Gujarat, Karnataka and Orissa – all areas of immediate concern for religiously motivated violence directed against minorities.
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