The Katherine Mayos and Pat Robertsons of India-I

source: Newstoday, September 24, 2008 V Sundaram Christians and Christian missionaries in Karnataka, seem to be on the prowl today against the majority Hindus of that State in a mood of joyous and assertive exultation, mainly because of the wholesale political and administrative ... Read More

Booklet by convert fuels Mangalore unrest

source: Hindustan Times, September 17, 2008 The precipitating cause that led to the attacks on churches and prayer halls in this coastal hub and its adjoining districts was a controversial booklet written by a recent local convert to Christianity which made offensive references ... Read More

Christian menace: End scourge of conversions

source:   Daily Pioneer, September 15, 2008 Dina Nath Mishra There are half-a-dozen versions of the recent communal clashes in Orissa. First, take the dictates of Pope John Paul II. While visiting India, he talked to all the Evangelic Missionaries to harvest the ... Read More

Gajapati Maharaj to Naveen; Book Swamiji’s killer, stop conversion

source:, September 3, 2008 Bhubaneswar: Holding conversion and illegal cow slaughtering as the root cause of communal unrest in Orissa’s Kandhamal district, Puri Gajapati Maharaj Dibya Singh Deb on Tuesday urged Orissa Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik to book the ... Read More

For Christ’s sake

source: Daily Pioneer, September 7, 2008 Chandan Mitra I am writing this from Orissa which, quite uncharacteristically, dominated national news space during the last week of August for altogether wrong reasons. Bhubaneswar, the State's neatly planned post-Independence Capital, is tranquil enough but interior districts are still ... Read More

Lankan pastor with GPS equipment arrested

source: Island News, September 7, 2008 by Franklin R. Satyapalan A Sri Lankan pastor returning from Canada was arrested at the Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA) while allegedly attempting to smuggle in sophisticated GPS type communication equipment last Friday, Customs sources said. ... Read More

International Sanatana Dharma Society Condemns Murder of Hindu Swami

source:   August 26, 2008 On Saturday, August 23rd, 2008, a terrorist mob of fundamentalist Christians attacked a Hindu school in the eastern Indian state of Orissa opening fire on unarmed Hindu teachers, students, and religious leaders killing a total of five innocent ... Read More

Christian school suspends students for ‘mock Ganesh puja’

source: Indian Express, September 4, 2008 Jaipur, September 4: A leading missionary school in Jaipur suspended six students for staging a ‘mock Ganesh puja’ in the classroom but withdrew it the next day after protests by the BJP youth wing.    Read More

Kandhmal: anti-conversion law imperative

source: Vijayavani, 27 August 2008 Kandhmal: anti-conversion law imperative Sandhya Jain 27 August 2008 back In a virtual replay of the post-Godhra riots of 2002, the secular and foreign media has worked overtime to delink the ugly, provocative murder of 80-year-old Swami Laxmanananda Saraswati and four disciples on ... Read More

Are Missionary Schools different from Madrassas?

source: Anil Kumar, blogspot, Aug 31, 2008 On August 29, 2008, all Roman Catholic educational institutions across India remained closed for the day. The decision to close down all catholic-run schools was taken on the directives of the Catholic Bishops Conference of India (CBCI) ... Read More
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