Kashmir

India defends decision on denying UN access

NEW DELHI, Sep 14, 2016, DHNS
New Delhi argued that sustained anti-India terrorism launched from Pakistan had aggravated the situation in Jammu and Kashmir. India on Tuesday defended its decision to reject the request of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights to allow him or his representatives to visit Jammu and Kashmir.New Delhi argued that sustained anti-India terrorism launched from Pakistan had aggravated the situation in Jammu and Kashmir.

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Former Fed. Minister calls Kashmir Minorites meeting in Srinagar,GCIC present

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Ambika Soni along with former Union minister Salman Khurshid chaired a day-long meeting of local leaders, who apprised them of the ground situation in their respective districts.Global Council of Indian Christians(GCIC) coordinator Amman Paul was also invited as a christian minority community leader.

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Former Fed. Minister calls Kashmir Minorites meeting in Srinagar,GCIC present

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Ambika Soni along with former Union minister Salman Khurshid chaired a day-long meeting of local leaders, who apprised them of the ground situation in their respective districts.Global Council of Indian Christians(GCIC) coordinator Amman Paul was also invited as a christian minority community leader.

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Kashmir, two Christians arrested on false charges of forced conversions

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Kashmir, two Christians arrested on false charges of forced conversions
by Nirmala Carvalho
A Muslim mob attacked two men, five women and two children, all of English origin. The police prevented the destruction of their house, but have arrested two Christians. Leader of the Global Council of Indian Christians (GCIC): "The growing anti-Christian intolerance is alarming."

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