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Philip Kalayil, Indian-American community leader, dies

Philip Kalayil came to Chicago from India in the mid-1950s and became an early leader and organizer of the Indian-American community here. He helped start organizations for fellow countrymen ...Read More...

Nepal’s Christians have to trek into mountains to bury their dead

Vishal Arora One way in which the freedom of religion or belief in a country can be measured is whether minorities are permitted to carry out their own rituals ...Read More...

Indonesia police fire tear gas on Muslims protesting church

Bekasi: Indonesian police fired tear gas to disperse hard-line Muslims protesting against the construction of a Catholic church in a satellite city of the capital Jakarta. Several hundred protesters ...Read More...

Over 100 lawmakers ask India to allow US-based NGO to function

Washington: Over 100 US lawmakers have asked India to give a “temporary reprieve” to an American donor NGO until a more permanent solution can be found under the Indian ...Read More...

Prayers go out amid chaos following London attack

London: Church and government leaders offered prayers in the aftermath of an attack in London on Wednesday afternoon. “Our thoughts and prayers are with all those affected by the incident ...Read More...

Two in five North Koreans undernourished: UN

Two in five North Koreans are undernourished and more than 70% of the population relies on food aid, the United Nations says. In a new report, it said most ...Read More...

4 Dead, 20 Injured in terrorist attack near UK parliament

London: Four people were killed and at least 20 injured in London on Wednesday after a car ploughed into pedestrians and an attacker stabbed a policeman close to the ...Read More...

Women-only ‘pink taxis’ to hit streets of Pakistan

App-based service allows female passengers to travel around Karachi without fear of harassment from male driversRead More...

Police officer ‘stabbed at UK Parliament’

Parliament in lockdown after incidentRead More...

Pope to visit war and famine hit South Sudan in October: bishop

Philip Pullella Rome: Pope Francis will visit South Sudan in October if the security situation in the country stricken by civil war and famine does not worsen, a bishop ...Read More...
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