Month: September 2007

Recording violence against Christians in India

John Dayal Response to questions by Journalist Vishal Arora on the United States Question: I m writing a story

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Wall Street Journal on Dalit Christians

THE ‘UNTOUCHABLES’In India, ‘Untouchables’ ConvertTo Christianity — and Face Extra BiasBy YAROSLAV TROFIMOVSeptember 19, 2007; Page A1MEDIPALLY, India —

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IN THE AGE OF RAM SETU, A LOOK AT WHAT THE RSS SAYS ABOUT OTHER PEOPLE’S GODS

FRONTLINEIndia’s National MagazineFrom the publishers of THE HINDUVol. 15 :: No. 26 :: Dec. 19, 1998 – Jan. 01,

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A critical Factoid for some transparency in Freedom of Faith In secular India

According to the Catholic Bishop’s Conference of India, there were approximately one hundred registered foreign Christian missionaries (both Catholic

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RELIGIOUS QUOTA DOES NOT REPLACE DEMAND FOR SCHEDULED CASTE STATUS

ALL INDIA CHRISTIAN COUNCILPresident: Dr. Joseph D’souza Secretary General: Dr. John Dayal Address for Correspondence:johndayal@vsnl.comMobile: 09811021072Website: http://www.aiccindia.org PRESS STATEMENTNEW

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Naxal hunt in Bangalore colleges

PRESS AND GENERAL STATEMENT From John Dayal Government agencies harass academics, looking for Naxalites in Karnataka educational institutions I

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Mother Teresa, a tribute on her tenth death anniversary

Ma Tujhe SalaamTeresa for the Munna-bhai generation By John Dayal It turns out that Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu is not

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Not Much Right to Information, if it is about massacres of Muslims

Not much right to Info, if you want to get info on policemen who killed young, and innocent, Muslim

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Ignorance, Hate, or just another manifestation of the new NRI Sangh syndrome?

Christian converts cease to be Indians, or so says a Swami [PTI, September 3, 2007) Durban, South Africa –

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Tribal girls used to breed infants for adoption, and in India’s national Capital New Delhi

Maid to suffer in absence of law3 Sep 2007 NEW DELHI: The TV expose of a baby-selling racket run

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