Nepal: Christian worker shot at Easter says he’s still fearful

Nepal: Christian worker shot at Easter says he’s still fearful
Three months ago, on 16 April, Christian worker Santosh Khadka was shot in Kathmandu while he was returning home from an Easter service. Police have not been able to identify the attackers, but local Christians say Khadka was targeted because of his religious-freedom work, as some groups in this young democracy . . . Read More

UPDATE First religious freedom case under new Nepal constitution: all charges dropped

UPDATE First religious freedom case under new Nepal constitution: all charges dropped
UPDATE: A court in Nepal has dropped a case against eight Christians, the first case about freedom of religion since the country’s new constitution was implemented in 2015. The seven men and one woman, all counsellors, were charged with ‘proselytising’ – apparently outlawed in the new constitution – after giving . . . Read More