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They said the anti-conversion bill is "discriminatory against Christians and even against Hindus"
Christians comprise 2.3% of India’s population, according to the 2011 census, making it the third-largest religion after Hinduism
The archbishop said the government should look into the contribution of Christian missionaries in the field of education and health
A member of the state legislature proposed the registration of Christian missionaries, claiming that 40 percent of churches are "unofficial"
The frenzied mob destroyed furniture, photographs and musical instruments while shouting slogans hailing the Hindu God Ram
“This is a discriminatory, cruel, inhuman, and degrading treatment,” said Bishop John Barwa of Cuttack-Bhubaneswar
The Church in India is definitely polarized. The issues that divide them are not necessarily new.
The mob stormed into the house of Pastor Kawalsingh Paraste and damaged "articles of worship and household items, and tore scriptures"
In July alone, at least 30 Christians were accused of engaging in forced religious conversions and arrested in India’s Uttar Pradesh state