Conversion

Conversion News

‘I wish people learn the difference between forced marriage and choice’, says woman who changed faith

Reshma converted to Islam and married Iqbal in 2016. In December 2017, she was allegedly abducted in Navi Mumbai by her relatives. After Iqbal filed a habeas corpus at the Bombay High Court, she reappeared and told the court she would like to go with her husband. She returned to Iqbal’s home on Friday.

Satna church row: Pastor, wife held on conversion charge

Bajrang Dal leader Rajbahadur Mishra said Pastor Anthony had been booked previously, too, in a case of forced conversion.

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Satna church row: Member of backward classes panel wants more charges slapped against pastors

Yadav, who enjoys Minister of State status, said more stringent charges should be applied against the pastors who were arrested in the past for allegedly trying to convert local people.

Satna church: Right-wing activists ask Hindus not to attend Sunday mass

Both Arun and Subhadra come from OBC families.

MP panel member wants Christians tried for sedition

Yadav said, “This is the first case in the country when Christians were caught red-handed converting and marrying OBCs."

Not essential to change name after conversion: SC

Sadique’s election had been set aside by the Punjab and Haryana High Court in April 2015 after it was challenged by SAD-BJP candidate Darbara Singh Guru.

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Manipuri: Hindus clash with Christians over ‘attempt to convert’ Dalits

The clash took place when members of the Hindu outfits went to the house of a Dalit, to protest against the alleged conversion.

Ahmedabad DM orders probe into Dalits’ conversion

90 Dalits from different parts of Gujarat converted to Buddhism at the programme organised by the Gujarat Buddhist Academy.

Conversion: In search of equality, education, 90 Dalits embrace Buddhism

The conversion took place at a significantly simple function during which the 90 persons, including nine women, were given “diksha”.

Census, Christians, Conversions

Despite having the highest level of female education and the lowest fertility rate, why is the Christian population growth rate the same as that of the average Indian?

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