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Remembering the Graham Staines Murder A Culture of Unrepentant Gore Reigns even after 20 Years!

The January of 1999 began on a sombre hate-filled note. NDA had been in power for the second time under a seemingly affable Atal Behari Vajpayee as prime minister but the fires of hate had been lit signalled by the men at the top. LK Advani who had the bloody rath from Somnath to Ayodhya…

Hate Watch: CJP writes to Facebook in Varanasi Church Attack Case Urges social media major to investigate misuse of platform

Just days after writing a letter to the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), that was also copied to Facebook, to take action in the Varanasi Church attack case, we have now once again written separately to Facebook on October 10, 2018, urging them to investigate how their social media platform was misused in order to…

हेट वॉच – वाराणसी चर्च हिंसा मामले में CJP ने किया NHRC से जांच का आग्रह फेसबुक से भी नफ़रत फैलाने वाले पोस्ट और विडियो के खिलाफ़ जांच की अपील की

शांति, अहिंसा तथा सभी संवैधानिक अधिकारों की रक्षा हेतु CJP सदा सक्रिय रहा है. आज देश भर में अल्पसंख्यकों पर हो रहे अत्याचार पर भी हमारी नज़र बनी हुई है. हाल ही में वाराणसी में २०० वर्ष पुराने सेंट थॉमस गिरिजा घर पर हुए हमले के बारे में जब हमें पता चला तो हमनें राष्ट्रीय…

Hate Watch: CJP writes to NHRC about Varanasi Church attack Also urges Facebook to take action as its video feature was used to spread hate and incite violence

CJP was founded on the constitutional values of dialogue and harmony between various sections of Indian society, and it is consistently disappointing when dominant groups target minority communities in India. Recently, several local citizens’ organisations in Varanasi alleged, in a letter submitted to district officials, that a mob of members of the Hindu Yuva Shakti…

Kandhamal: 10 years later justice still eludes survivors EXCLUSIVE Interview with Father Ajay Singh

Anti-Christian violence broke out in Kandhamal district of Odisha in August 2008 following the brutal murder of Swami Lakshmanand Saraswati. The violence followed the path of his 200 kilometer funeral procession as it made its way across the region, leaving fire and blood in its wake. Thousands of people were rendered homeless and forced to…

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