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Pastor in India forced to flee his home after enduring ‘merciless torture’ by police. A pastor in northern India was forced to flee his village after police detained him, his wife and three children, one of whom is 2 years old, and tortured him for sharing the Gospel. Pastor Sanjay Kumar Bharati and……

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Some 30 Christians arrested under Uttar Pradesh’s anti-conversion law. The law criminalises religious conversion, except in the case of “Ghar Wapsi”, the reconversion to Hinduism. According to a report by International Christian Concern, 30 Christians were arrested in July, up from…….

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Pastor in India Driven from Home after Police Torture, Threats. Officers arrive with news reporter, reviling him and Christianity. A pastor in northern India was forced to leave his village and flee with his family more than 600 miles away after police last month tortured and threatened him, he said……….

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Pastor in India forced to flee his home after enduring ‘merciless torture’ by police. A pastor in northern India was forced to flee his village after police detained him, his wife and three children, one of whom is 2 years old, and tortured him for sharing the Gospel. Pastor Sanjay Kumar Bharati and……

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Some 30 Christians arrested under Uttar Pradesh’s anti-conversion law. The law criminalises religious conversion, except in the case of “Ghar Wapsi”, the reconversion to Hinduism. According to a report by International Christian Concern, 30 Christians were arrested in July, up from…….

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Pastor in India Driven from Home after Police Torture, Threats. Officers arrive with news reporter, reviling him and Christianity. A pastor in northern India was forced to leave his village and flee with his family more than 600 miles away after police last month tortured and threatened him, he said……….

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Judges pay tribute to Indian Jesuit’s service. Bombay High Court commends the late priest’s work for society while hearing his bail application posthumously Bombay High Court has expressed “great respect” for the work done by Indian Jesuit priest Stan Swamy, who died in custody on July 5……..

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Indian bishop condemns Pegasus spying scandal. Bishop Lobo says alleged government snooping on citizens is ‘completely unethical’ Media reports claim that Israel-made spyware Pegasus was believed to have been used to track more than 300 Indian phone numbers………..

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Delhi, Syro-Malabars pray amidst the rubble of a destroyed church (VIDEO). The Syro-Malabar diocese of Faridabad has appealed to the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to pave the way for the reconstruction of the Little Flower Church in New Delhi, which was demolished last July 12 because…………….

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Coronavirus: India records 3,11,170 new cases, 4,077 deaths in a day.The number of active cases stood at 36,18,458, while the recoveries climb to 2,07,95,335. India registered 3,11,170 new coronavirus cases on Sunday, pushing the country’s tally of infections since the pandemic began to 2,46,84,077. The toll rose by 4,077 to 2,70,284…………

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MHA Refuses to Reveal Why FCRA Was Amended, Even as Changes Impair NGOs’ COVID Aid Efforts. Even as non-government organisations (NGOs) face severe fund shortages due to changes in the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) effected by the Centre last year it impossible for even the bigger NGOs to perform……..

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Why the Modi Government’s ‘Positivity’ Narrative on COVID-19 Vaccination Plan Doesn’t Add Up Graphs and charts released by the government this week made bombastic claims and projections that don’t stand up to serious scrutiny. If the Government of India is to be believed, Indians have much to celebrate……….

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People in India are smearing cow dung over their bodies to ward off COVID-19 as second wave crisis worsens. Doctors in India are warning against the practice of using cow dung to ward off COVID-19. Some believers have been smearing cow dung on their bodies in the hope it will boost……

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The Daily Beast: Indian Generals Blast Government for Withholding Life-Saving Army Aid From Its Own People With India ravaged by an unprecedented second wave of the COVID-19 virus—and its health-care system on its knees—some public health and former military officials are voicing………

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The Week. The bodies of suspected COVID-19 victims are turning up in Indian rivers The bodies of suspected COVID-19 victims continue to wash up in rivers across India, and many believe the corpses are being dumped due to overrun crematoriums and scarce and expensive firewood. In the state…….

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