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Pak Catholics call sainthood for young martyr

New Delhi – Marking the first death anniversary of a young man who prevented a suicide bomber from entering a crowded church in Lahore, a group of Catholics in Pakistan ...Read More...

2 Indians among 62 killed in jet crash in Russia

Moscow: Two Indians were among the 55 passengers who died when their plane crashed and burst into flames as it was landing in Rostov-on-Don, in Southern Russia, on Saturday ...Read More...

Thai behind Saudi gem heist becomes monk

Bangkok: A Thai gardener behind a $20 million gem heist from a Saudi palace that has long soured relations between the two countries became a monk on Thursday in ...Read More...

Candor in solving Meitei-Tribal problems

Toronto: The Three Bill Stalemate in Manipur has remained unresolved during the past 6 months with the adversaries in locked horns. It still is continuing more of a game for ...Read More...

Pope Francis to wash refugees’ feet on Holy Thursday

The powerful symbolic gesture will resonate across the globeRead More...

Pope Francis to join Instagram

Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom met the Pope recentlyRead More...

Nepal to have its first woman chief justice

Karki is expected to charge on April 13Read More...

Vatican set to approve Mother Teresa elevation to sainthood

What is unclear is whether the pope will bow to appeals from the Catholic Church in India and travel to Kolkata for the ceremony or, as Vatican sources say ...Read More...

So, what are these ‘Missionaries of Mercy’ actually doing?

On Ash Wednesday Pope Francis commissioned more than 1,000 priests who were sent out around the world as ambassadors of mercy. But for many the question still remains: what ...Read More...

Boston Globe bails on Crux

The newspaper has decided to end the Church-centered vertical it launched just 18 months ago.Read More...
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