Horror Story - Christian Girl Throws Acid On Lover Who Refused To Convert
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Horror Story – Christian Girl Throws Acid On Lover Who Refused To Convert…

Lydia, a Bangalore based christian girl threw acid on her lover Jayakumar and slashed his face as he refused to convert to Christianity despite repeated pressure. Jayakumar agreed to marry. They had met five years ago and fell in love soon after. Lydia, a working nurse, kept pushing for marriage but also conversion. Police have arrested Lydia and her cousin Sunil a possible accomplice in this gory criminal act is absconding. Jayakumar is recovering from severe burns and cuts, and is still not out of danger. While this is one example, India has faced for centuries (since mughal and british rule) forced conversions by money power and force. Since independence, really now seven decades, these things are going on unabated. A vast majority of money from western governments going to NGOs in India is used for conversion under the alibi of social service. This menace has to be stopped.

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Adoption in India
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MOTHER TERESA’S ORPHANAGES NOW DON’T WANT TO ALLOW ADOPTIONS?

To encourage and speed up adoptions from orphanages, the Central Govt after much deliberations with the public at large over many months, issued new rules allow couples or singles to adopt children. This was done as a way to help the children and the would be parents at large. The Missionaries of Charity, the name for the Mother Teresa charity, object to the new secular and liberal views which they feel contract their own Christian beliefs. Their beliefs are for them. But what has that got to do with the children – why does this NGO not want to act in the best interests of the children? Are the children being asked to follow rigid christian beliefs even though the vast majority never were Christians?

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Greenpeace India
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GREENPEACE INDIA TO CHALLENGE INDIA FOR ITS CANCELLATION. GOVTS HAVE MADE SERIOUS CHARGES AGAINST THEM

Greenpeace India, a local NGO extension of Greenpeace international is staring at shutdown of its India operation as they have received a cancellation notice from the central and now Tamil Nadu government. It should be noted that such notices are not lightly issues and usually are backed by facts and concerns. Greenpeace is threatening to sue the governments? We say go ahead, if you think these threats would work …

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