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Fueled by immigration, Hinduism becomes fourth-largest faith in US

New York — Fueled by immigration, America’s Hindu population has reached 2.23 million, an increase of about one million or 85.8 percent since 2007, making Hinduism the fourth-largest faith, ...Read More...

Indian Jesuit to address Caritas summit on inequalities

Fr Prakash will talk on how to reduce inequalities and achieve a really sustainable developmentRead More...

No role for religion-based organizations in UN security matters: India

Gupta was speaking at a high-level General Assembly debate on UN's cooperation with regional organizationsRead More...

Indian woman wounded in attempted robbery in US

Patel worked in a gas stationRead More...

Indian Salesian appointed dean in Rome university

Fr Jesu Pudumai Doss from India has been appointed dean of the Faculty of Canon Law at the Salesian Pontifical University (UPS), Rome, by Salesian Rector Major Fr Ángel Fernández Artime, ...Read More...

New York’s first Indian-American woman judge appointed

Chennai-born Raja Rajeswari has been sworn-in as a criminal court judge in New York by Mayor Bill de Blasio, becoming the first India-born woman to be appointed a judge ...Read More...

Indian among 19 ordained by Pope Francis

Fr Sony George Kappalumackal said he experienced the inexplicable mercy of GodRead More...

Indian-American takes over as U.S. surgeon-general

Murthy took the oath on the GitaRead More...

Indian Jesuit elevated in Pontifical Oriental Institute shakeup

The Jesuit superior general decommissioned the entire executive staffRead More...

Poland awards Indian nun for social works

Sister Vinaya Mary has worked in Congo, Italy and Poland, besides IndiaRead More...
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