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Submitted by sg (India), Mar 24, 2011 at 08:28

what ever you may want to prove otherwise but all is untrue and most of the cases mentioned have been turned / overruled as they were found to be bogus and in some cases it was the system within the christian community that was the cause but will not print out an apology to the hindus for false accusations. and let it be know that conversion is illigal in india but the community keeps undermining the good faith of the hindus at large.

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