Source: BBC News
More than 10,000 Christians are living in refugee camps in the eastern Indian state of Orissa after anti-Christian violence in the area, officials say.
Meanwhile, the toll in the continuing violence, after a Hindu leader was killed 10 days ago, has risen to 20.
Over 3,000 police have been deployed but attacks on churches and Christian institutions continue.
A senior Maoist leader has claimed responsibility for the killing, but Hindu groups have accused Christians.
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has described the violence as a "national disgrace".