November 16 (ENInews)--Pakistan's parliament on 15 November condemned the killing of three Hindu brothers at a medical clinic in what observers said was an unusual show of support for religious minorities.
Bangalore, India, September 20 (ENInews)--Muslims in Kashmir, in the
northwest of the Indian subcontinent, are supporting the re-building of a
Christian school that was destroyed by fire during anti-Christian violence one
Bangalore, India, July 6 (ENInews)--Christians and other minority leaders in Pakistan have spoken out against the government's move to relegate issues regarding religious minorities to provincial governments in the Muslim-majority nation, instead of dealing with them on a national level.
Bangalore, India, June 9 (ENInews)--Nearly two years after ten Christians
were killed and nearly 100 houses burned in the Punjabi town of Gojra, a
special court has suspended the trial of suspects in the carnage after a key
witness fled Pakistan.
Christian schools and colleges across Pakistan shut down for three
days to protest the March 2 assassination in Islamabad of Shahbaz
Bhatti, a Roman Catholic who was minister for religious minorities.
Christians and secular groups marched in the cities of Lahore, Karachi,
Hyderabad and Faisalabad to protest the killing.
Borimunda, India, February 10 (ENInews) – Junos Nayak's family owns more than ten acres of land in Gadaguda, a village in the Kandhamal district in eastern India, but his turmeric and rice fields have remained barren for the last two years.
Bangalore, India, January 13 (ENInews) – Churches in Pakistan have expressed frustration over the government's refusal to amend a controversial blasphemy law, as urged by the Pope and protesting civil rights activists.
BANGALORE, India (RNS) Church officials in Pakistan say the
assassination of Salman Taseer, an outspoken critic of Pakistan's
blasphemy law, is a "setback" for the campaign to overturn the law that
makes illegal to speak against Islam.
Thrissur, India, November 22 (ENInews)--There is confusion about the fate of a
Christian woman sentenced to death under Pakistan's draconian blasphemy law
after a minister in the country's government denied reports that President Asif
Ali Zardari has ordered her release.