Matters India - Feb 13

Newsletter – February 13, 2018
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Don’t sell Jesus, Baptist leader asks Naga politicians

By Matters India Reporter
Kohima: The leader of Baptists in Nagaland has urged politicians in the Christian-majority state not to betray their faith for money and power.
“Do not surrender your Christian principles and above all your …
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Main Stories

Abuse of children: Orphanage to shut down

Kochi: Christ the King orphanage at Ponnurunni in Kochi would be closed down as a probe into the alleged abuse …
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Pope, Bangladesh Prime Minister discuss Rohingya crisis at Vatican

Vatican City: Just two months after his recent visit to Bangladesh, Pope Francis Monday welcomed Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to …
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Indian Catholic bishops reaffirm support of Dalits

Bengeluru: Gathering in Bangalore for the assembly of the Indian Bishops’ Conference, Catholic news agency Fides reports that the bishops …
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Church land sale: High Court issues notice to cardinal

Kochi: The Kerala High Court on February 12 issued a notice to Cardinal George Alencherry in connection with the controversial …
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Kasganj Violence: Unveiling the Anatomy of a Riot

Ram Puniyani
Communal violence has been the bane of our society. There had been a perception that this violence is a …
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Why did India deny Australian radio legend visa?

Ramachandra Guha
In the eyes of our media, ties between India and Australia are mostly defined by cricket. Yet many …
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Can raise army in 3 days: RSS chief

Patna: Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat on Sunday said the organisation has the ability to prepare an “army” …
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Confessional secret: Pope excommunicates priest for breach

Brisbane: Pope Francis has excommunicated a Catholic priest for breaching confessional secret, according to the Archdiocese of Brisbane in Australia …
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