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Only Constitution can be secular, not people in India: RSS

NEW DELHI: Aug 18, 2014, DHNS:
A day after RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat's comment that India is a country of Hindus drew sharp reactions, the Sangh Parivar added to the controversy by saying that the Constitution and administration can be secular but not the people who follow different religions. PTI file photo
A day after RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat’s comment that India is a country of Hindus drew sharp reactions, the Sangh Parivar added to the controversy by saying that the Constitution and administration can be secular but not the people who follow different religions.

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Intolerance, violence, betrayal of democracy: President Pranab

In his india Independence Day-eve address to the nation, he said an increasingly turbulent international environment has sparked off rising dangers "in our region and beyond."President Pranab Mukherjee on Thursday said intolerance and violence is a betrayal of the letter and spirit of democracy and slammed those who believe in the “poison drip of inflammatory provocation“.

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Country’s secular fabric should not be disturbed, observes Supreme Court of India

The Supreme Court on Friday cautioned non governmental organisations from making allegations which would disturb the country’s secular fabric.
A three-judge bench of Chief Justice R.M. Lodha and Justices Kurian Joseph and Rohinton Nariman, hearing a writ petition filed by NGO Jayati Bharatam, seeking a SIT probe into incidents of conversion of Hindu girls into Muslims, said making averments without any supporting material would disturb the secular fabric.

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Delhi archbishop concerned over anti-Christian moves


The archbishop reiterated his earlier statement that this move by fundamentalist groups is a grave assault on the fundamental rights of individuals and groups.
Posted on August 8, 2014, 4:20 PM
Some unidentified people on Wednesday night vandalized the school buses parked in front of an archdiocesan church in Rohtak, Haryana. New Delhi:
Archbishop Anil J.T. Couto of Delhi has expressed concern over growing number of communal flare-ups in different parts of northern India and attacks on Christians and Church properties in and around the national capital.

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