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We Must Not Forget Kandhamal, a Wound That Is Yet to Heal-Indian persecution of Christians

BY APOORVANAND ON 25/08/2017
It is true, if painful, that the hurt of Kandhamal is felt only by Christians. But the toxicity of this will surely infect and destroy Hindu souls.
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A vehicle burns inside a church in Nuagoan village in the Kandhamal district of Orissa August 25, 2008. Credit: Reuters/Stringer/Files

William Carey,lifelong missionary to India, and educator .Birth Day observed

BORN August 17, 176 Paulerspury, England.June 9, 1834 (aged 72)
William Carey, (born August 17, 1761, Paulerspury, Northamptonshire, England—died June 9, 1834, Frederiksnagar [now Shrirampur], India), founder of the English Baptist Missionary Society (1792), lifelong missionary to India, and educator whose mission at Shrirampur (Serampore) set the pattern for modern missionary work. He has been called the “father of Bengali prose” for his grammars, dictionaries, and translations.

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Indian Bishops' president 'losing hope' Francis will visit India in 2017

VATICAN CITY The head of India's Catholic bishops' conference said he thinks Pope Francis may not be able to visit his country as planned at the end of 2017.
Bombay Cardinal Oswald Gracias said that while he is optimistic the pope will visit India at some point in the future, discussions with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government about a visit this year have taken longer than expected.

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Head of Indian State of Mizoram disturbed by the deep rooted racism against North East Indians

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Mizoram CM Lal Thanhawla Says That Not Just Commoners, Even Politicians Across India Are Racist.The issue of racism towards the people of northeast in major Indian cities is not new. Even in the Indian metro cities and the educated societies, the disturbing issue exists deeply.

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