Matters India - Dec 7

Newsletter – December 7, 2017
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Christian fast-prayer meeting attacked in Chhattisgarh village

By Matters India Reporter
New Delhi: Rightwing Hindu radicals on December 6 allegedly attacked a group of Christians who were on fast and prayer at a village in central-eastern India.
The attack occurred at Tarra, a village …
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Main Stories

Trump recognizes Jerusalem as Israel capital, Pope wants status quo

New Delhi: United States President Donald Trump on December 6 recognized the disputed city of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
“I have …
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Ockhi: Over 150 still missing, says Church panel

Thiruananthapuram: Kerala Region Latin Catholic Council (KRLCC) said that more than 150 people who ventured out to the sea during …
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Pope Francis appeals to respect Jerusalem’s ‘status quo’

Rome: Pope Francis has appealed to respect the “status quo” of Jerusalem in accordance “with the relevant UN resolutions.”
This comes …
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Maharashtra govt approves policy for women entrepreneurs

Mumbai: The Maharashtra government Tuesday approved an industrial policy for women entrepreneurs, that aims to boost and encourage female entrepreneurship …
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Don’t leave husband without permission: SC orders Punjab woman

New Delhi: In an apparent bid to resolve a matrimonial dispute between a couple from Punjab, the Supreme Court has …
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Maharashtra Black Magic Act: 11 get life for killing sisters

Nashik: In the first conviction under the Maharashtra Prevention and Eradication of Human Sacrifice and other Inhuman, Evil and Aghori …
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Now, a Kerala woman holds a Guinness memory record

Kollam: There is a misconception that memory is an innate skill whereas it’s good memory is a result of years …
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Strong tremors hit National Capital Region

Matters India Reporter
New Delhi: Strong tremors were felt in Delhi and Uttarakhand states on December 6 evening.
The earthquake measured 5.5 …
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Oldest Latin Bible to return to Britain

The world’s oldest Latin version of the Bible is to return to Britain next year for the first time in …
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