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Pope Francis wraps up Asia tour with visit to orphanage day after acknowledging plight of Rohingya Muslims
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Pope visits Bangladesh orphans on last day of trip headlined b...

By Philip Pullella and Serajul Quadir DHAKA, Dec 2 (Reuters) - Pope Francis visited a home inDhaka founded by Mother Teresa for orphans, unwed mothers anddestitute elderly on Saturday as he wrapped up his trip toMyanmar and Bangladesh. The pope, who leaves ... Sify, 2 months ago

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Priyanka Chopra receives Mother Teresa Memorial award for Social Justice

Angelina Jolie, the Goodwill Ambassador for UNHCR, was among the first to take up the cause of fighting for the rights of refugees and displaced people. Global superstar Priyanka Chopra now takes the baton ahead as UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador. Touched by her ...
 Bollywood Hungama2 months ago Priyanka Chopra honoured with Mother Teresa Memorial award for social justice  DNA2 months ago Priyanka Chopra gets Mother Teresa Memorial Award  Prokerala2 months ago
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PHOTOS: Most influential women in modern history

Many iconic women such as Marilyn Monroe and Mother Teresa have, and continue to, inspire a legion of fans in their respective fields – leaving behind an indelible and unique mark in history. We take a look at some of these remarkable women.
 MSN India5 days ago
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Defence experts slam Pak for Jadhav's 'inhumane' meeting with his kin

[India], Dec 26 (ANI): Hours after Kulbhushan Jadhav's mother and wife met him in Pakistan's Islamabad, with a glass barrier in between, defence experts criticised the meeting and termed it as inhuman. Speaking to ANI, Major General (retired) GD Bakshi said, ...
 Sify1 month ago
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Art exhibition showing portraits of eyes at IGNCA

Eyes are the windows to the soul. With this message as the main premise, an art exhibition showing portraits of eyes of famous personalities, including Mother Teresa, Rabindranath Tagore started at the Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts (IGNCA) on ...
 DNA2 weeks ago
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Holy cows and loose cannons

As befits a country with 33 crore Gods, India has a corresponding pantheon of Holy Cows- both hallowed concepts and hoary individuals- of the religious and secular varieties. Let us talk of the latter since the former is a minefield you enter at your own ...
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'We don't have a Gandhi to free us'

When Meenakshi Arvind and Mookambika Rathinam took an epic car journey from Coimbatore to London, they encountered a world that was more good than bad.In the cry for freedom in a dark corner of the globe, they discovered that The Mahatma remained India's greatest icon.Meenakshi and Mookambika tell Rediff.com's Archana Masih about their incredible journey through 24 countries in 72 days. IMAGE: Chinese students commemorate Gandhi Jayanti in Shanghai. Photograph: Kind courtesy, Embassy of India ...
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The perils of being a comedian in the Republic of India

Kunal Kamra opens up about the personal and professional repercussions of his politically charged comedy.   If you like politically incorrect jokes, you will probably know Kunal Kamra well. The standup comedian best known for his podcast Shut up ya, Kunal recently deleted his Twitter account when users criticised him for his earlier tweets poking fun on Muslims, Sikhs and Mother Teresa. According to OpIndia Kunal first deleted those 'offensive' tweets but later chose to delete his account ...
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Don't judge China with a fossilised mindset

'There is no Buddha or Gandhi among countries, existing for the service of others; they all exist for the good of themselves.''For each country, its own interests should be paramount, and it is futile and churlish to expect China to be an exception to this rule,' says B S Raghavan, the distinguished civil servant and long-time China-watcher. People's Liberation Army soldiers at a drill in Beijing. Photograph: Peter Kujundzic/Reuters Ever since China rediscovered itself after the first few ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Jayalalithaa's name should be recommended for Nobel Prize

Senior AIADMK leader and Deputy Speaker of the Tamil Nadu Assembly, V Jayaraman, today suggested that late Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa's name be recommended for the Nobel Prize in the light of her scheme to prevent female infanticide in the state.Jayaraman ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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