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Catholics urged to help find solutions to burning issues

GUWAHATI, July 24 - The Catholic Association of Guwahati, representing the members of different Catholic churches under the Diocese of Guwahati, in its special general body meeting held on Sunday at Peace Centre, Ambari here, called upon the Catholic ... The Assam Tribune, 1 month ago

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Goa Church feels desecrations aimed at causing communal hatred

The Goa Church has expressed a "deep pain" over the recent incidents of desecrations of holy crosses and vandalism of a Christian cemetery in South Goa and has decided to initiate a fact-finding on these incidents. The Church feels the motive behind these ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago Goa Church to initiate fact-finding on desecrations  Business Standard2 months ago

Fearing attacks, Egypt's churches suspend pilgrimages, trips

Egyptian churches have suspended pilgrimages, holidays and conferences for the remainder of July and August after authorities warned them about possible attacks by Islamic militants. Ishak Ibrahim, an activist and a top researcher on the Egyptian church, ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

#TravelTuesday: Lucerne, a city from a fairytale

In part II of her Switzerland diary, Geetanjali Krishna takes us into the picturesque city that is a fascinating mix of Swiss quaintness and modern flourishes. Part 1: The fully filmi Indians of the Swiss Alps The Luzern-Carnival can be traced back over more than 600 years and is best known for its individually hand-crafted masks and costumes paraded in the town's streets and squares by thousands of revellers during a three-day festival.Photograph: Michael Buholzer.   A vague feeling of ...
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'I'm a bit Muslim because I'm a real Hindu'

'Nobody is killing you in Kerala because you are Hindu unlike in North India where Muslims have been killed only because they are Muslims and were carrying some meat.'Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Novelist K P Ramanunni has been threatened with the amputation of his hand and leg if he did not convert to Islam in six months for his writings in the Malayalam newspaper Madhyamam. On an evening last week, I am on my way to meet him in Kozhikode. It is getting dark and he has spent the ...
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How Nazis twisted the swastika into a symbol of hate

The images from Charlottesville, Va., of white supremacists marching with Nazi banners reminded us, as if we needed it, that the swastika remains a potent symbol of racist hate. In Germany, where neo-Nazis also march, it’s illegal to display the ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago

Manipur's unique park endorses communal harmony

[India], August 24 (ANI): A recreational park, situated in the small hamlet of Khangabok village of Thoubal District in Manipur is promoting the message of communal harmony in the state. The park, which is set up by educationalist Kh. Menjor Mangang, is a ...
 Sify3 weeks ago
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In photos: Going home with Usain Bolt

As the sprinter runs his last race, we veer off the trodden tourist trail in Jamaica and revisit his hometown, Trelawny Parish.  What a career Usain Bolt has had! Photograph: Phil Noble/Reuters For decades, tourists to Jamaica have flocked to Kingston city (Kingston Parish) and Montego Bay (St James Parish). But a journey to the Carribean island nation can no longer be considered complete without a stop in Trelawny Parish. Less than an hour away from Montego Bay, Trelawny -- one of the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Repeal blasphemy law to make Pak safe place for minority Christians, says EU parliamentarian

[Belgium], Aug.7 (ANI): Christians, who form about 1.6 percent of Pakistan's population, live in constant fear of persecution from extremist Islamic groups in that country because of legal strictures such as the draconian "Blasphemy Law", a woman Member of ...
 Sify1 month ago
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Hooray! The book fairies have landed in India

An army of 'book fairies' are anonymously dropping off some delightful books in public places across the world. Simran and Mehal found a Stephen Hawking book at Mount Mary Church, Bandra north west Mumbai.Photograph: Kind courtesy The Book Fairies Mumbai/Instagram Many people love books. Few manage to make a career of it. And then you have a couple of people, who are not satisfied just reading a book. So they drop off books at secret locations across the country for others to read. The idea is ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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