NEW DELHI — India’s Supreme Court Nov. 28 deferred ruling for the third time on whether Dalit Christians — low-caste “untouchables” — can be denied job and education rights. Dalits belonging to the Hindu, Buddhist and Sikh faiths qualify for a government plan that reserves 26 percent of jobs and educational places for them. Under current laws, Dalits who convert…
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