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Indian nun wins global HIV nursing award

Sister Nagothu developed the world's first MSc curriculum in HIV/AIDSRead More...

Indian nun promotes inter-faith dialogue in Indonesia

Sister Thomas Kadalikattil maintain good rapport with people of other faithsRead More...

Father Vazhachira’s body to reach Kerala on August 2

Fr Vazhachira’s body will be flown to Kerala on August 2Read More...

Road accident kills second Indian priest in Canada’s Newfoundland

Vehicle hit Father Johnbosco Villaphadass on July 26 night Read More...

Indians flock to Philippines for medical degrees

Medical degrees offered by Philippines are often recognized by WHO, ECFMG, USMLE and FAIMER Read More...

Indian nun educates Filipino street children for better future

By Santosh Digal Manila: Educating poor dropout students and street children is for their better future, says an Indian nun working in the Philippines. “Street children and other school ...Read More...

Indian origin student graduates as UK’s youngest ever doctor

A University of Sheffield medical student is thought to be the UK’s youngest ever doctor. Arpan Doshi graduated on Monday at the age of 21 years and 334 days. ...Read More...

Upset Hindus urge global brewer to change name of “Brahma” beer

Upset Hindus have urged Leuven (Belgium) headquartered leading global brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev to change the name of its popular “Brahma” beer, calling it highly inappropriate. Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, ...Read More...

First Sikh woman MP in Britain joins key House panel

London: The first Sikh woman MP in Britain, Preet Kaur Gill, has been selected as a member of an influential parliamentary select committee which scrutinises the work of the ...Read More...

Pak army chief to decide Jadhav appeal

Bajwa is currently "analyzing" the evidence against Jadhav and decide on his appeal on meritRead More...
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