Citizens launch the United Christian Forum for Human Rights.
National Helpline (1-800-208-4545) assures legal aid for victims of targeted violence.
New Delhi: January 19. The United Christian Forum for Human Rights (UCF) was officially launched at the New Delhi YWCA earlier today after a series of communal violence and targeted attacks against the community. All major denominational and non-denominational Christian groups came together to voice its concern against arson and attacks to the minority community particularly Christians in India. The Forum has been created to coordinate legal as well as support assistance to the community traumatized by communal violence in several states.
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Christians must join politics to contribute to nation building: IndiaIsai Maha Sangh(IMS) organized its second Leadership Summit(LS) in Bhopal. It is the preparation for the forth coming 2013 Assembly Election in Madhya Pradesh. While speaking at the LS organized at Ravi Shankar Auditorium near Bitton Market in Bhopal, State President Sujit William said, “The Christians will have to join in politics to through it to extend its cooperation to build the nation in this decisive manner. The present scenario is clear that in the Hindi speaking regions Christian Socio-political leadership is very weak. We are making an effort to get more people with charismatic leadership emerge from the Christian community in this part of India.”
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Hero of South Africa Nelson Mandela dies at 95
Nelson Mandela, the iconic South African anti-apartheid icon who spent 27 years in prison, died Thursday. He was 95. Mandela was battling health issues in the last few months, including a recurring lung infection that led to numerous hospitalisations. Mandela's public appearances had become increasingly rare as he dealt with his declining health.
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SOFTBALL: Spring-Ford battles past Souderton, earns state berthFRANCONIA -- It seemed almost like a‘two against one’deal.
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Great white shark releasedThe female shark -- not quite a year old now -- was starting to act like a hunter in the huge display tank where she has lived 198 days with a number of smaller sharks, tuna and other fishes and turtles, aquarium scientists said.
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HEALTH-SOUTH AFRICA: New HIV Vaccine Trials Raise HopesAfter two HIV vaccine trials were halted for safety reasons last year, a new trial is set to commence within the next few months in South Africa and the United States. Scientists will test a new vaccine formula produced in South Africa. It will be the first time a HIV vaccine manufactured in a developing country will be trialed in the developed world.
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After viewing the film Noah, pastor calls for boycott
A San Diego pastor is calling for a boycott of Hollywood films after recently viewing the film, Noah. He saw the film when it was released last month. Pastor Adlai Mack of the Christian United in the Word of God Church in San Diego, CA, reported that the film begins by “pretending to give an overview of the Biblical account of the book of Genesis, working its way to the 6th Chapter.” According to Mack, the film portrays Noah in an unbiblical, inaccurate and satirical fashion. Noah is shown as a warrior, not as a preacher, says Mack. Noah even threatens family members with fights and death threats.
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Philly's trendy music sceneVisitors to Philadelphia looking for music might think of only two options: the world-class orchestra, or national tours performing in big stadiums. But it's the smaller clubs in between where they'll find dance parties, open-mic nights, songwriter showcases, even the rare concerts where hip kids don't mind if their parents tag along.
Website Dedicated to Kids Science Offering Scholarship to Students
SuperFunScience.com will be awarding at least $10,000 of college scholarships within the next 12 months. These merit based scholarships will be available for students enrolled in one of SuperFunScience.com's new science programs to be released on Tuesday November 11, 2008. Bring science home, and make it fun with SuperFunScience.com.
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US missionary pilot missing off West Africa coastJOHANNESBURG -; The small plane carrying only its American pilot disappeared 10 days ago just miles from a refueling stop at a West African island in the middle of a tropical storm of thunder and ...
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