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United Christian Forum says Assam Police is ‘spying’ on Churches

Guwahati, May 15: In what has triggered a fresh controversy the Assam Police has clarified that it was collecting information of all the Christian organisations on the directions of the police headquarters since there had been complaints of intimidation of Christian institutions and educational trusts in several parts of the state. The Karbi Anglong district police in a written statement said this after a Christian group called the United Christian Forum (UCF) alleged that police are “spying” on churches in Karbi Anglong, Assam and appealed to the district administration for...
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An appeal to the Churches to pray for the Indo-Nnaga political talks

Greetings to all brothers and sisters in Christ in the precious name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ! At the very outset, we would like to give a short historical background of the Nagas: History has it that the Nagas have been a free people from time immemorial. Of course, there were sporadic fightings between the Nagas and their neighbouring peoples and nations. But at no point of time has the Nagas ever been subjugated by any regional power. Free Nagalim is the history and foundation of the Naga...
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Mizoram churches hold prayers for change in counting date

Aizawl, November 26: Churches in Mizoram held prayers to seek divine intervention to change the date of counting of votes for state assembly polls held on November 7, a church leader said on Sunday. On Saturday, Mizoram Kohhran Hruaitute Committee (MKHC), a conglomerate of 15 major churches, had urged churches to organise prayers during church service on Saturday night or Sunday to seek help from God so that counting is not held on Sunday, which is a sacred day for the majority of Christians in the state, the leader said....
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