Nepal Detains “Mastermind” Of Deadly Church Bombing
By BosNewsLife Asia Service KATMANDU, NEPAL (BosNewsLife)-- Authorities in Nepal say police have detained an alleged leader of a feared militant group who was seen as the mastermind of a deadly attack on a church and other institutions.
Nepal Churches Growing Despite Persecution, Tensions, Group Says
By BosNewsLife Asia Service KATHMANDU, NEPAL (BosNewsLife)-- A Christian advocacy group said Thursday, June 3, that Nepal's churches are experiencing "unprecedented growth" despite reported political turmoil and persecution.
India Christians Recover After Hindu Militants Attack Pentecostal Church
By BosNewsLife Asia Service NEW DELHI, INDIA (BosNewsLife)—Evangelical Christians in central India are recovering after Hindu militants reportedly attacked them at a Pentecostal church, injuring a pastor and other believers while forcing several worshipers to “reconvert” to Hinduism.
Nepal Frees Pastor After Two Years Jail For Eating Beef
By BosNewsLife Asia Service KATHMANDU, NEPAL (BosNewsLife)-- A Christian pastor was free Wednesday, September 10, after spending nearly two years behind bars in Nepal "for eating beef" amid growing pressure on Christians in the predominantly Hindu nation, rights activists confirmed.
Nepal Urged To Improve Religious Rights After Church Attack
URGENT BREAKING NEWS: Nepal Church Collapse Kills 24; Dozens Injured
By Santosh Digal, BosNewsLife Asia Correspondent reporting from the region MANILA/KATHMANDU-- A makeshift three-storey church building has collapsed on attendees of a major Christian conference in eastern Nepal, killing at least 24 people, and injuring over 60 others, police said Wednesday, September 30.
Nepal Christians Protest Closure Cemetery; Demand More Rights
Nepal Defends Law Against Evangelism
By BosNewsLife Asia Service KATHMANDU, NEPAL (BosNewsLife)-- Nepal's government has defended a proposed law that Christians say effectively bans evangelism and could lead to a crackdown on devoted believers. Under the new legislation, anyone who preaches or tries to persuade others to change religion could receive up to five years imprisonment and receive a fine of 50,000 Nepalese Rupees (some $700).
Nepal Christians Face Militant Threats And Legal Challenges
By Joseph DeCaro, BosNewsLife International Correspondent with BosNewsLife Asia Servic