Shiv Sena on Thursday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi's plain-talk on zero tolerance against religious discrimination was not aimed at "pro Hindutva" forces and suggested that he might have on his mind those "bigots" who convert Hindus to their respective faiths by "deception".
The USCIRF report on religious freedom in India (and the rest of the world) is yet another hypocritical document. It is a waste of US taxpayer's resources and should be treated as a joke
Delhi High Court has sought the government's response on the probe in to the recent church attacks.
Whether it likes it or not, neither Modi nor BJP can wish away their pro-Hindu image. It is best to embrace it in order to be more believable in the other areas.
A church in the Cantonment area here was allegedly vandalised by unknown miscreants in the wee hours today, triggering outrage among the members of the local Christian community.
The revival of attacks on Christian institutions in Madhya Pradesh has created doubts over Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Rajnath Singh’s claims to restore secular order in the country.
Opposition Congress on Monday asked Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis to take moral responsibility and tender apology to the Christian community.
Hundreds of angry Christians on Monday hit the streets across Pakistan in protest against the Taliban suicide attacks on two Lahore churches, leading to communal clashes which claimed two lives, forcing authorities to call in paramilitary forces to maintain calm.
Heated exchanges were witnessed in Lok Sabha on Tuesday between Opposition and Treasury benches over the "rising number" of communal incidents, as Congress and TMC members accused the BJP of creating an atmosphere of "religious intolerance" despite Prime Minister Narendra Modi's assurance to minorities.
Pope Francis told the faithful in St. Peter's Square that he was pained by the news of two terror attacks against churches in Pakistan.
While assuring that his government will not allow anyone to threaten minority faiths, Narendra Modi also threw Church leaders a challenge of his own. But in coded language
The narrative of church attacks in Delhi, which by innuendo suggests that the Sangh parivar may be behind it, has almost no facts behind it. No evidence has been produced to prove that these incidents are communal in nature
According to a report in Headlines Today, masked men entered the Holy Child Auxilium school late at night and vandalised the Principal's room.
Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) on Friday termed the recent attacks on churches in Delhi as "local and law and order related issues" and alleged that an effort was being made to link it to Hindu outfits to gain political mileage.