14 Christians killed in the sudden and massive landslide on 10 July 2017 at Arunachal Pradesh's Papum Pare District.The victims, all from the Laptap Baptist Church, were all under 40 years of age with the youngest being the 3 year old Tana Ona. The Laptap Baptist Church is part of the Nyishi Baptist Church Council (NBCC).GCIC joins the Christian community in mourning deathb and praying for the bereaved family members and friends for Peace.
Christians discount the charge as an attempt to tarnish the image of the community in the pro-Hindu ruled state.
July 12, 2017.Christian leaders say that a Catholic priest arrested for abusing a child in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh has been framed to malign the Christian community in the state ruled by a pro-Hindu party.Police July 10 arrested Father Leo D'Souza, 56, following a complaint from the parents of an eighth-grade boy of the church-run Amar Jyoti School in the tribal-dominated district of Dindori.
The priest was whisked away in 2016 when, terrorists attacked an old-age home run by Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity in Yemen’s port city.Father Tom Uzhunnali, the Christian priest from Kerala, who was abducted by Islamist outfit ISI, is alive said Deputy Prime Minister of Yemen Abdulmalik Abduljalil Al-Mekhlafi, in his talks with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj who sought the clergy’s whereabouts.
Goa police said 16 niches, 20 granite crosses on the graves, nine grave tombstone, seven granite name plates were vandalised by a heavy object. An electric light pole was also ripped out. The police are expected to finish their probe report by evening before it’s tabled to the government.Goa vandalism, churches vandalsim, tombstones vandalised, cemetery vandalised, manohar parrikar Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar had hinted at a “deliberate attempt to rouse tension” as the trigger behind these attacks.