Keralite woman's missing: Case registered against husband, religious scholar July 17, 2016, 07:07 Kochi: The Kochi police have register...http://english.mathrubhumi.com/news/kerala/keralite-woman-s-missing-case...
The Kochi police have registered a case against Palakad native Yahiya and a religious scholar R.C. Queresh of Mumbai in connection with Thammanam(kochi) native Merin,who assumed name Mariam after converting to Islam.
Yahya is the husband of Mariam. The case has been registered as per the UAPA act(Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act following complaint by Mariam’s brother Abin Joseph.The case is being investigated by Assistant commissioner of A. K. Vijayan.Abin has given a statement that both of them pressurized him to join Islamic state and tried to convert him taking to Mumbai.
Idukki diocese Bishop Mathew Anikuzhikkattil said the Catholic believers should oppose the inter-caste marriage, although the government is promoting it.
Thiruvananthapuram | Published on:June 13, 2015 7:08 pm
A Bishop of Syro-Malabar Roman Catholic Church in Kerala on Saturday kicked up a storm saying that Catholic girls were being abducted from Christian faith by love jihad and clandestine motives of Hindu outfit Sree Narayana Dharma Paripalana (SNDP) Yogam.
Members of BJP Mahila Morcha shout slogans
The Hindu Members of BJP Mahila Morcha shout slogans near the residence of the rape
“Hindu mahilaon ka apmaan, nahi sahenge, nahi sahenge, (We will not tolerate the humiliation of Hindu women)”a handful of well-dressed city dwellers who descended on Sarawa village, 60 km east of Delhi, shouted outside the tumbledown house of a 20-year old girl who was allegedly raped and forcibly converted to Islam. Rakhi Tyagi, who led the women, said she was the Uttar Pradesh state general secretary of the Mahila Morcha, the women’s wing of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
Christians Among Minorities Facing Increased Persecution in Pakistan, Say Indian Politicians
August 14, 2012|12:32 pm
The Indian government is being asked by members of the country's Lok Sobha (or House of the People) to summon its envoy from Pakistan after repeated reports of persecution against Christian and Hindu minorities in the Islamic country.