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Anti-Christian acts: The myth and reality

Anti-Christian acts: The myth and reality

When the BJP first came to power in the late 1990s we heard of anti-Christian incidents perpetrated by members of the Sangh Parivar, the majority of which proved to be blatant falsehoods. We need to recall those events to give a reality check to a similar campaign of unsubstantiated calumny that is raising its head again to discredit the BJP government, says Vivek Gumaste. It stands out as a masterstroke of ideological gamesmanship; a Machiavellian exercise par excellence; a deceptive, cruel ..., 2 days ago

Crying wolf: The narrative of Delhi church attacks flies in the face of facts

By Rupa Subramanya Is the Christian community in Delhi under threat now that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is in power? Many people would like you to think so. Since December 2014, six specific incidents, all in Delhi, of alleged attacks on ...
 Firstpost.com1 week ago Crying wolf: The narrative of the Delhi church attacks flies in the face of facts  Firstpost.com1 week ago Crying wolf: Narrative of the Delhi church attacks flies in the face of facts  Firstpost.com1 week ago

AIB apologises to Christian community, social media reacts interestingly

Mumbai The members behind the AIB Roast of Ranveer Singh and Arjun Kapoor today met Agnelo Gracias, Auxiliary Bishop of Bombay, and apologised to the Christian community for any offence caused by some statements and actions on the show. The ...
 DeshGujarat2 weeks ago Team AIB apologises to Christian community  Economic Times2 weeks ago

Greenpeace activist Pillai was 'offloaded' under 'etc' ...

After refusing to reveal under the RTI Act what ruletheIntelligence Bureau used to issue a Lookout Circular against Greenpeace activist Priya Pillai, sources in the government have said the ambiguous'et cetera' was used to prevent Pillai from ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago

Greenpeace vs Govt: Why NGO agendas and funding need deeper scrutiny

By Rupa Subramanya Last year, a much publicised leaked report by the Intelligence Bureau (IB) warned us that several NGOs, including Greenpeace India, were having a detrimental effect on India's economic development. Writing on this last June, I ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago

Commercial MNCs are checked, so why not religious MNCs?

Anti-conversion laws are needed since thrusting the idea of a competitive battlefield of religion onto India's pluralistic traditions can only lead to greater communal conflict, argues Sankrant Sanu. The debate on conversion in India has heated up, ironically after a few people were allegedly converted back to Hinduism.On this Web site, Amberish Diwanji argued that the right to convert to another religion is guaranteed by the United Nations as a human right.Economist Rupa Subramanya argued for ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Is this the end of SpiceJet? Dayanidhi Maran flies to Delhi today, but not on SpiceJet!

First came the refusal to infuse fresh funds. Then came the temporarily discontinued flights - a humongous 1800-plus flights over 24 days in December. Then more cancellations. And finally, on Wednesday, December 17, news that all thanks to mounting ...
 Sify2 months ago

Ghar vapasi in Agra: The unlevel field in Hindu, ...

By Rupa Subramanya Unfortunately, a lot of the debate surrounding the reconversion (details of which are still in dispute) of 200 Muslims to Hinduism recently in Uttar Pradesh, under a ceremony called Ghar Vapasi (homecoming) has been framed ...
 Firstpost.com2 months ago

Banning Uber: Is this a solution to prevent rapes? asks Twitteratis

The governments decision to ban the Uber car services, is not seen as a practical solution but rather is touted to be a knee-jerk reaction to the latest rape incident in Delhi. The national capital which is already criticized for increasingly becoming an ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar was at a book launch when jawans were being killed in Jammu and Kashmir

UnionDefence Minister Manohar Parrikar drew flak on Friday forattending a literature festival in Goa to release a book by a noted journalist, while the militants on Friday struck in a big way in Jammu and Kashmir. Storming an Army camp in Uri in ...
 DNA India2 months ago
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