Orissa

Tribal man forced to carry his dead daughters body on shoulder 15 kilometers in Indian state of Orissa

Dana Majhi, another issue came to fore wherein a man on Wednesday(4th January-2017) carried his dead daughter on shoulder after failing to get a hearse van.The man, identified as Gati Dhibar, of Pechamundi village walked around 15 kilometres carrying his five-year-old daughter, who died at the Palahada Community Health Centre (CHC) in AngulTribals used as votebank in Odisha but denied facilities: Juvenile Justice Board

Christian believer killed in Indian state of Odisha(Orissa)

Around 4:30 in the morning on Nov 20th, seven villagers from Bhitarkota came to the house of fellow villager Jeyram Khoskla, and took him from his home. He never returned. Around 1 p.m. that day, his body was found shot dead nearly 2 ½ miles from his home.

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5 villagers killed in crossfire during anti-Maoist operation in Indian state Odisha

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | AKSHAYA KUMAR SAHOO

Published Jul 9, 2016
A five-month-old child was among the deceased, reprots said.
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Bhubaneswar: At least five villagers(believed to be Christians) were killed on Friday night when security personnel deployed in anti-Maoist operations at Malapanga in Kandhamal district in Odisha ‘mistakenly’ opened fire on them.Preliminary reports said that the auto, carrying the villagers returning from local Baliguda market to their home, came under crossfire between the security personnel and Maoists in Gumurumaha forest under Tumudibandha police limits.

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Odisha high court granted bail to Gornath Chalanseth - one of the 7 innocent Christians

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Kandhamal –
Odisha high court granted bail to Gornath Chalanseth - one of the 7 innocent Christians. He was granted a 3 weeks bail to attend to his wife who is seriously sick.
Orissa: Six mothers and 12 children from different villages of Kotogad reached Konjamendi on 18.3.12 afternoon. These six mothers are wives of six of the seven men, falsely charged with the murder of Swami Laxmanananda in August 2008. One wife and a few children could not make it. All of them gathered at Dibyajyoti Pastoral Centre, and Rev . Prasan Pradhan welcomed them and Pastors Sushant Pradhan and Sunil Parichha facilitated the group. After the evening prayer and dinner they rested at the Pastoral Centre. Dr. Sajan K. George and Bro. K.J. Markose also reached the Centre late in the evening.

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