Religious violence broke out in India for the third week in a row.
A police station in the Orissa region was stormed by hundreds of armed attackers and set on fire.
Officials had just asked the government for more troops to help stop the violence between Hindus and Christians.
Radical Hindus have burned churches and thousands of Christian homes since August.
Twenty more homes were burned over the weekend.
Relief camps have been set up to assist the 22,000 people forced to flee.
It is not clear who is responsible for this latest attack.