US Ambassador at USA with Choir team from St. Gregorios Indian Orthodox Church of Washington Metropolitan-Washington DC
December 22, 2016
Celebration of Christmas was organized at Embassy of India on December 22, 2016. The event was attended by a large number of guests from Christian and other communities, including representatives from business, administration, professionals, media, etc
Donald Trump accused the media of mocking Christians and vowed to be a champion for religious liberty at a gathering of social conservatives in Washington on Friday.
Speaking at the Values Voter Summit, the GOP presidential nominee received several standing ovations from the packed ballroom of Christian conservatives.
Trump has at times struggled to convince social conservatives that he can be a trusted advocate for the causes that are important to them, but many have come around as they consider the prospect of a Hillary Clinton presidency.
On Friday, Trump thrilled the crowd with a speech that flashed an increased familiarity with the language Christians use and the issues that are most important to them.
Leading up to and during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Washington DC, Jubilee Campaign will be helping bring attention to the India's widespread religious freedom violations. We are volunteering alongside the Federation of Indian American Christian Organizations (FIACONA) to provide an information booth on the continuous persecution that Christians face in India. The booth will be located near Union Station along Delaware Ave NE. It will be set up every day from 9 a.m- 6 p.m. until June 10th. There will also be a prayer vigil set up in DC outside of the United Methodist Building (100 Maryland Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002) this Wednesday, June 8 from 9a.m. - 12p.m. Please stop by!
Washington, Feb 27, 2015 (IANS)
India had the highest level of social hostilities involving religion in 2013, while China had the highest level of government restrictions on religious beliefs and practices, according to a new study. PTI file photo
India had the highest level of social hostilities involving religion in 2013, while China had the highest level of government restrictions on religious beliefs and practices, according to a new study.
Worldwide, social hostilities involving religion declined somewhat in 2013 after reaching a six-year peak the previous year, according to the Pew Research Center's latest annual study on global restrictions on religion released here Thursday.