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- Catholic nuns of India’s toughest terrains
- New fight against child marriages in Hyderabad
- The woman who brought water, toilets to a village
- Lenten perspectives – 4: Jesus Christ as sinner-friendly
- Liquor policy: Kerala bishops warn government
- Rani Maria’s beatification blessing for Indian Church: Alencherry
- Court acquits "disobeying" Catholic nun
- India's top magazine selects nun for annual women award
- Lay evangelist pleads for exorcists in India
- Clergy sex abuse: High Court asks priests, nuns to surrender
- Kerala diocese removes priest arrested for sex offense
- Hindi troupe’s Lenten mission wows Kerala audience
- PROFILE OF THE WEEK
Hyderabad: Priests, card printers, flower decorators and tent suppliers are all being recruited in Telangana to help crack down on child marriages. The legal age of marriage in India ...Read More...
Hunger strike organized to end dumping chemical waste into the Periyar riverRead More...
Jamshedpur: BJP leader Subramanian Swamy Thursday urged the Muslim community to support construction of the Ram Temple at the disputed Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid site in Ayodhya. “Ram mandir can ...Read More...
Protests over proposed amendments to the Chotanagpur Tenancy (CNT) Act and Santhal Paragana Tenancy (SPT) Act have been on for the past few monthsRead More...
India came behind China, Pakistan, Nepal and IraqRead More...
Mizoram is the first state in India to conduct a complete survey on drug abuseRead More...
New Delhi: Kerala-based Ayana Charitable Trust, the new name under which US charity Gospel for Asia is reportedly funding projects in India, has emerged on top of the list ...Read More...
The Migrant Commission of Bangalore Archdiocese organized the program as part of its initiatives to empower migrantsRead More...