BANGALORE - The Karnataka government Friday said it would withdraw cases registered against over 300 Christians when they protested attacks on churches in 2008.
BANGALORE - Bangalore Archbishop Bernard Moras will lead 17 bishops in a sit-in protest Friday and the Christian community will hold a rally and candle light vigil here Monday to protest attacks on churches in the state.
BANGALORE - Spiritual leader Sri Sri Ravi Shankar Sunday urged Indians to join hands "to root out corruption".
BANGALORE - Archbishop of Bangalore Bernard Moras Saturday said the Christian community rejects a judicial panel report absolving Hindu groups of a series of attacks on churches in Karnataka in 2008.
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