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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.


Religion cannot curb fundamental rights: Shariat courts invalid- Supreme Court of India

New Delhi: No religion can curb a person’s fundamental rights, India’s topmost court ruled on Monday.“No religion is allowed to curb anyone’s fundamental rights,” the Supreme Court said while disposing a petition that challenged the parallel religious courts run by Muslim institutions such as the Darul Qaza and Darul-Iftaa.


Delhi Kashmiri Pandits (Hindu minority in Kashmir)decided to join a protest in Srinagar

4th May
Kashmiri Pandits in the national capital today decided to join a protest in Srinagar on June 4 against the Jammu and Kashmir government's failure to accede to their six demands including passing of the pending Temples and Shrines Bill.


India, book on Hinduism withdrawn after fundamentalist pressure,-book-on-Hinduism-withdrawn-after-f...

by Nirmala Carvalho
The book "The Hindus: An Alternative History" written U.S. scholar on Indian history and culture Wendy Doniger in 2009. According to Hindu nationalist groups inside and outside the country, the volume is "offensive". For the president of the Global Council of Indian Christians (GCIC ) " the increasing power of extremist groups is disturbing".