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POLITICS

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Modi government, Christians, Secularism, Delhi archbishop

Archbishop is wrong: Christians in India are not under any threat

The clergy must desist from creating more fissures.

VOICES

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Adivasis, Christians, Dalits, Hindutva

10 years of Kandhamal pogrom: Churches must not allow Hindutva to pit Dalits against Adivasis

The question is not how many were killed, raped and what the consequence of this violence was. In the end, it is just about why there no justice.

VOICES

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Christians, Christmas

I am a Hindu and I can't get enough of Christmas cheer. Be merry, let others be

I was drawn to the idea of a celebration where food was beautiful.

VOICES

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Christians, Muslims, Hindus, Religious minorities

I'm a religious minority in India. My advice to everyone like me

The worst disservice minorities can do to themselves is to shrink into victimhood.

POLITICS

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Christians, Janata Parivar, Sonia Gandhi, BJP

Why Rahul Gandhi's return will be disastrous for Congress

He might doze off in Parliament in the second half of the Budget Session or roll up his kurta sleeves at the kisan rally on April 19.

POLITICS

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Good Friday, RSS, Minorities, Sangh Parivar

CJI HL Dattu, minorities need protecting in these Sangh Parivar times

No doubt the world goes on during festivals. But he seems to have missed the essential features of Indian secularism.

HUMOUR

 |  BREAKING NEWS INTO PIECES  |  3-minute read
Church Vandalism, Christians, Narendra Modi, Religious Intolerance

Modi supporter does U-turn after resignation drama goes kaput

It is hard to be a hard-line Hindutva bigot as Modi himself condemned bigotry at a Christian function.

ART & CULTURE

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Christians, Censorship, Humour, AIB Roast

Why AIB apologised to the Christian community

Both AIB and the archdiocese agreed on one important thing: that these matters are best solved by frank conversation, not rabble-rousing.