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    Hindus plant flag at Church building site

    Ajay Kumar Singh, BhubaneswarHindu fundamentalists yesterday hoisted a saffron flag on the construction site of a Catholic Church in one of the largest Christian settlements in Kandhamal district of Orissa. Yesterday was the Hindu festival of Dussehra, which signifies the victory of good over evil. “More than 400 fanatics moved towards the Catholic Church at

    Corruption: A Crisis of our Nation’s Character

    August 22, 2011: The Evangelical Fellowship of India (EFI) welcomes the move of the government on August 20, 2011 to call for suggestions from the public on the Lokpal Bill in a bid to tackle the menace of corruption . EFI recognises that we as a nation, have let slip the values of honesty and integrity.

    Christians hail John Stott’s legacy

    Tributes continue to be paid to John Stott, one of the world’s most important evangelical leaders, who died on Wednesday at the age of 90.Writing on a memorial website, the international director of Langham Partnership, Chris Wright, said it was “not possible to write the history of the church in the 20th century without reference

    Apologist Ravi Zacharias’ ministry celebrates 25 years

    Babu Thomas Ravi Zacharias International Ministries (RZIM) this week celebrated its 25th anniversary in Chennai with special events, conferences and a scholarship programme for students who hail from economically poor families. A public function and felicitation was held in which Vice Consul of the United States Consulate in Chennai, Alyssa Caralla, was the guest of

    Persecution Watch, June 03, 2011

    Christians Attacked in Jharkhand EFI is deeply disturbed to learn that Christians are being attacked and threatened in two districts of Jharkhand and appeals to the state authorities to take appropriate action to safeguard the rights of the minority communities immediately. On 28 May in Laherbanjari, Palamu district, alleged Hindu extremists beat up five convert