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Karnataka State determined to take back land given to leprosy centre-Karnataka state assault on Christian community

Bangalore

Minister for Social Welfare A. Narayanaswamy said that the department would place a proposal before the State Cabinet to take back about 50 acres of land allotted to a leprosy rehabilitation centre located adjacent to the Beggars’ Colony on Magadi Road in the city.

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It's the turn of a Christian to become President: GCIC


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Press Trust of India / Bangalore May 04, 2012, 16:15
Global Council of Indian Christians has appealed to the UPA and the NDA to choose a Christian for the post of President.

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North East Manipuri boy found dead in Acharya NRV school-A victim of racial attack?

Bangalore/Delhi,
The death of a 19-year-old North East Manipuri boy under suspicious circumstances in his college hostel in Bangalore has sparked protests demanding justice for the student with his friends and family alleging that that he suffered fatal injuries in an assault by his seniors.Richard LoitamLoitam, a second semester student of the Acharya NRV School of Architecture in Bangalore North, was found dead on his hostel bed on the afternoon of April 18.

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Karnataka governor assures Christians safety to NCCI

The governor said that the “Church is a sign of hope to the poor and needy in the country.”The governor having an informal chat with the ecumenical leaders during the public reception.
By Philip Mathew
Bangalore:

The Karnataka governor has assured Christians in the southern Indian state that their places of worship will be safeguarded and protected.“Harming minority communities’ places of worship was akin to harming the constitution,” Hansraj Bhardwaj yesterday said while addressing a public reception organized as part of the 27th assembly of the National Council of Churches in India, (NCCI), in Bangalore.

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