Is Govt Observing Digital India Day On Good Friday To Marginalise Minorities, Asks Mukul Sangma

The BJP-led government observes Good Governance Day on Christmas.
SHILLONG -- Meghalaya government has expressed its strong opposition against the Centre's decision to observe Digital India Day on 14 April, which is Good Friday and widely observed by the Christians.


Church services interrupted, arrested pastors, allegations of forced conversions: Easter plight of Christians in India-Parliamentarian question safety of women in India,-pastori-arrestati,-acc...
Santosh Digal and Nirmala Carvalho
Bishops, activists and ordinary people complain about incidents of violence and intimidation across the country. Despite constitutional guarantees, the Christian minority is being persecuted. The threat on Palm Sunday: "If you want to pray, you must have official permission."
Govt busy protecting cows, not women: Jaya Bachchan in Parliament

Samajwadi Party MP Jaya Bachchan in Rajya Sabha on Wednesday.(ANI Twitter)
The government is busy protecting cows not women, said Samajwadi Party MP Jaya Bachchan in Rajya Sabha on Wednesday.

Bachchan’s remark came after protests by Trinamool Congress MPs who raised the issue of a BJP youth leader announcing a Rs 11 lakh reward for anyone who beheads West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee.

“Must take steps for protection of women aggressively. You are protecting cows but atrocities being committed on women,” said Bachchan.
Instances of vigilantism have grown with so-called gau rakshaks accused of violence and even murder.


7 hate attacks in two days against Christians in India.

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Children are trained hate crimes by Hindutva agents.
At east three attacks reported yesterday against Christians and already 4 reported today (Palm Sunday) from Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Haryana and Andhra respectively. The passion week where we reflect on the sufferings of Christ our Lord, has begun. How about identifying with the suffering of the hurting body of Christ in India and elsewhere and praying for them?


Hinduism vs Hindutva: The search for an ideology in times of cow politics

INDIA Updated: Apr 09, 2017
Poulomi Banerjee
Ananya Chatterjee (name changed on request), a techie working in Gurgaon, was browsing through a news website recently when she read that Lucknow’s iconic kebab outlet, Tunday Kababi, had been forced to stop selling its signature buffalo meat kebabs. The reason was the shortage of meat following raids at abattoirs across Uttar Pradesh. Ananya was reminded of her own favourite street food in Kolkata. She sent a message to fellow-foodie Malini (name changed on request).