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  1. Mica is a shiny mineral that’s all the rage in modern-day makeup, helping to give beauty products a bright gleam and natural-looking glow. This beauty, however, comes at a price that most are unaware of. Those who pay it are the poorest and most vulnerable. RT Doc visits India’s illegal mica mines where child labor is rife.
  2. Lightning and flooding in India are claiming more lives too, a result of “climate breakdown.” https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/sep/24/northern-india-lightning-heavy-rains-deaths
  3. Sunday is expected to be the hottest day with temperatures close to or above 50° Celsius. That’s 122 F for us Americans.
  4. As if fears of a Russian Nuclear World War weren’t enough, India accidentally launched a missile into Pakistan on Wednesday, the result of a “technical glitch.” If tensions were higher between these historic rivals, how might this accident have impacted relations between the two?
  5. India bans Mother Teresa charity from receiving funds from abroad https://www.theguardian.com/news/2021/dec/28/india-bans-mother-teresa-charity-from-receiving-funds-from-abroad The Indian government has blocked Mother Teresa’s charity from receiving funds from abroad, just days after it faced a police investigation for “hurting religious sentiments of Hindus” amid rising intolerance towards Christians in India. The home ministry, which made the decision on Christmas Day, said it had come across “adverse inputs” when considering the application. The rejection of the application comes less than two weeks after Hindu hardliners accused the charity of carrying out forced conversions of Hindus to Christianity in a home for girls it runs in Vadodara in the state of Gujarat. The accusations, which the charity fiercely denies, were that the charity was “luring” poor young Hindu women into becoming Christian by forcing them to read Christian texts and take part in Christian prayer. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Jesus statue smashed in spate of attacks on India’s Christian community Amid growing intolerance to India’s Christian minority, several Christmas events were targeted by Hindu right wing groups https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/dec/27/jesus-statue-smashed-in-spate-of-attacks-on-indias-christian-community Festive celebrations were disrupted, Jesus statues were smashed and effigies of Santa Claus were burned in a spate of attacks on India’s Christian community over Christmas. Amid growing intolerance and violence against India’s Christian minority, who make up about 2% of India’s population, several Christmas events were targeted by Hindu right wing groups, who alleged Christians were using festivities to force Hindus to convert. “As December comes, the Christian missionaries become active in the name of Christmas, Santa Claus and New Year. They lure children by making Santa Claus distribute gifts to them and attract them towards Christianity,” said Ajju Chauhan regional general secretary of Bajrang Dal, one of the right wing Hindu outfits leading the protest. Speaking to local media, Father Anand, a priest at the ashram, said the protests were indicative of the increased attacks that Christians in India have been facing in recent months, as allegations of forced conversion of Hindus to Christianity have become rampant and an anti-Christian hysteria has begun to grow across India. “This is a symbol of what is happening because these people have impunity, and it creates tension,” said Anand. “Every Sunday is a day of terror and trauma for Christians, especially those belonging to those small churches.” -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Of course JWs don't celebrate Christmas and True Christians wouldn't celebrate Christmas either. But this seems to be more than just a Christmas thing. @Arauna has warned of anti Christian behavior around the world. Both articles quoted are a lot longer but the main points are here.
  6. COVID-19 India Updates: As many as 78,761 new cases were added Sunday, the most any country has ever reported in one day, while 971 deaths were reported on Monday, pushing the Asian country past Mexico for the third-highest number of deaths worldwide. https://www.ndtv.com/india-news/coronavirus-india-is-becoming-the-worlds-new-virus-epicenter-2287928
  7. Indians have begun voting in the first phase of a general election that is being seen as a referendum on Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Tens of millions of Indians across 20 states and union territories are voting in 91 constituencies. The seven-phase vote to elect a new lower house of parliament will continue until 19 May. Counting day is 23 May. With 900 million eligible voters across the country, this is the largest election ever seen. Read more: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-47878085
  8. Revellers celebrated traditional Mashaan Holi in Varanasi, in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. The attendees performed the Holi by throwing ashes of cremated bodies mixed with lively colours at each other, in a ritual which pays respect to the dead.
  9. as the vehicle sinks into a canal. ----------------------- Why does riding a bus seem so dangerous to me nowadays? I post SO many of these stories it seems.
  10. Bombay HC tells woman not to expose her autistic son to any faith other than Zoroastrianism The father’s lawyer alleged that the mother and a close relative had taken the son to someplace in Virginia where he was apparently exposed to another religion. Written by Sailee Dhayalkar | Mumbai | Published: July 30, 2018 The mother has accepted the condition and has given an undertaking to this effect to the court. (Express photo) About https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Indian_Express https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_Express_Limited Source | Link: https://indianexpress.com/article/cities/mumbai/bombay-hc-tells-woman-not-to-expose-her-autistic-son-to-any-faith-other-than-zoroastrianism-5282192/
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