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1. Place of publication: Chennai2. Periodicity of publication: Monthly3. Printer’s name & nationality: L. CyrilSagayaraj, IndianAddress: 1, Narasingapuram Ext., 1st Lane,Maduvankarai, Guindy, Chennai 32.4. Publisher’s name & nationality: Elsy Robin,IndianAddress: 329/4, Poonga Apartments, HIGFlats, 2nd Avenue, Anna Nagar, Chennai 40.Editor’s name & nationality: Elsy Robin,IndianAddress: 329/4, Poonga Apartments, HIGFlats, 2nd Avenue, Anna Nagar, Chennai 40.6. Names and addresses of individuals whoown the newspaper and partners orshareholders holding more than one percent of the total capital: Elsy RobinI, Elsy Robin, hereby declare that theparticulars given above are true to the best of my knowledge and belief.Date: 1 March, 2011Signed: Elsy Robin
UTTAR Pradesh in India is oneof the least-evangelized places inthe world, according to OperationWorld.“This single state of Indiaprobably represents the mostintense concentration of unevangelized people and groupsin the world, and thereby thegreatest mission challenge,” anOperation World expert wasquoted as saying in a news reportin
Mission Network News
.Although stories of churchgrowth in India may be true, muchneeds to be done still, the expertsays.A recent census says 579 of the613 people groups in UttarPradesh have no Christians at all.The church in Punjab in India isgrowing a little faster. Although 60percent of people in Punjab stillfollow the Sikhism, believers aregrowing in number.Each state of India has itsFREE Wheelchair Missionfounder Don Schoendorfer will bein Kerala as part of theorganization’s celebration of distributing five million freewheelchairs around the world.As many as 5,000 freewheelchairs will be distributed at afunction to mark the celebrationsat the Thirunakkara grounds inKottayam, Kerala on March 14.Sathyam Service Trust, aregistered charity based inTiruvalla, Kerala, is a missionspartner of FWM in India.Sathyam has till date distributedclose to 60,000 wheelchairs allover India.Founder of the Sathyam ServiceTrust C V Vadavana and KeralaPradesh Congress Committeepresident Ramesh Chennithalawill be among the who will speak on the occasion.Schoendorfer is known for hisinitiatives in equipping thedisabled with a functional andlow-cost prototype of thewheelchair.Sathyam may be contacted at 1-800-425-1211 for further details.WYCLIFFE Associates, aninternational organization thatinvolves people in the accelerationof Bible translation efforts, isseeking to raise $1.5 milliontoward the purchase of a PilatusPC-6 aircraft for operation inIndonesia.According to WycliffeAssociates president and CEOBruce Smith, Indonesia is ‘one of the most challenging missionfields on earth.’A former missionary pilot, hesays the remote and rugged chainof islands in the south Pacific isamong the least explored placeson earth and among the hardest totravel where people speak over700 separate languages.In some of the harder-to-reachareas, multitudes are trapped in thebondage of animism and spiritism.Poverty is epidemic.Many are living literally on theedge of physical and spiritualsurvival.unique challenges, but Bibles forthe World has concentrated itsefforts in these two states for themoment. The organization ispreparing to print 1.2 millioncopies of the Gospel of John inPunjabi and Hindi in 2011. Thecopies of the Gospel of John willbe distributed across Punjab andUttar Pradesh.