This is a urban myth.You guys are reading it wrong.
What you are seeing is the after effects of the Christian domination of education institutions in India and its effects on the Media and general public.
All those convent educated kids who then go to St. Xaviers (example) end up convinced about the benevolent nature of Christianity and worse, they feel some sort of debt to the religion.
You want to exit Alice in wonderland, take back all the land stolen from the people of India or make these educational institutions free of religious control. Make them public property and public institutions.
I am a Hindu nationalist. And I studied in a Jesuit school all my life.
There is no better way to know the games people play than to grow up in their homes and see them playing them.
There is no school or missionary more powerful than the family. The first chink in the armor is a crack at home. That is what they use and widen and then get in.
So if you really want to stop people converting to Christianity, stop the flow of money from outside. See the Christian community in India, the native community. See them in your lives around you. And then ask yourselves, does this community have the pockets to buy the faith of Indians on their own? The answer is no. Yet thousands convert to Christiantiy. Why? Where are the goodies coming from?
Hope you guys saw Arnab's debate No. 2 last night and saw the true face of the enemy.