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October 26, 2015
A signboard of the Sanatan Sanstha ashram is seen in this picture near Ponda in the western state of...
PONDA, India
A signboard of the Sanatan Sanstha ashram is seen in this picture near Ponda
A signboard of the Sanatan Sanstha ashram is seen in this picture near Ponda in the western state of Goa, India, October 15, 2015. The arrest of a member of India's Sanatan Sanstha sect following the murder of a well-known atheist has prompted renewed calls from some politicians to ban the Hindu group, as concerns grow the country's tradition of religious tolerance is being eroded. Opening the doors of its Goa headquarters to foreign journalists for the first time this month, Sanatan Sanstha told Reuters it had nothing to do with the February murder of Govind Pansare, and its mission was opposed to violence in all forms. Instead, its members are preparing for the advent of a divine Hindu kingdom in India within eight years. To Match Insight INDIA-RELIGION/ Picture taken October 15, 2015. REUTERS/Frank Jack Daniel
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