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Christians in India targeted under new anti-conversion laws, group says

Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party is politicizing religious conversion, says rights group

British cardinal calls for release of detained Indian Jesuit priest

Father Swamy has committed his life to working for the constitutional rights of the most impoverished and marginalized people in India

Indian PM refuses to intervene in Jesuit priest’s case

Prime Minister Narendra Modi tells church leaders outcome of case can only come from investigating agencies

Christian community in Indian state banned from religious services

Local Christian say ban due to Hindu hardliners using police to clamp down on their activities

Tribal Christians in central India targeted for faith get protection from...

Around 50 Christians had fled their homes as they felt unsafe

Asian Catholic bishops call for release of jailed Indian priest

Bishops liken incarceration of 84-year-old priest to the treatment meted out to Gandhi

‘Lower caste’ Catholics in India seek representation in Church’s power structure

India officially abolished caste distinctions in 1949 but its enduring legacy of discrimination continues, including in the Church

India’s COVID-19 economic slowdown hits working minorities hard

Employment is likewise difficult to find due to discrimination against Christians

Attacks on Christian women in India: A ‘new form of persecution’

In the first seven months of this year more than 51 hate crime cases have been recorded against Christian women

Some Muslims converting to Christianity to get around Indian citizenship law

Only persecuted minorities belonging to non-Muslim communities provided amnesty under the law

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