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UCAN News - Feb 14
Expressions of faith mark World Day of Sick in Kolkata
Vatican-sponsored program stressed the Church's compassionate mission for those sick and suffering.
India's tribal Christians back shelving of citizenship bill
Prayers are answered for northeastern Christians who feared new law would threaten their identity.
Crime against women top priority for female voters, corruption for male
The online survey was conducted among 20,000 Change.Org users across the country, which included 4,000 women and 16,000 men.
Social media rumours trigger mob violence in Bengal
Twelve people have been arrested in this connection.
Bangladesh gets first female Christian MP
Catholic lawyer, Gloria Jharna Sarker, becomes only the third Christian to sit in the country's Lower House of parliament.
Philippine bishops laugh off move to change country's name
Duterte proposal to rename country is dismissed as 'another musing of an old man'.
Jesuits give ex-prisoners a second chance in Thailand
Chiang Mai rehabilitation center offers shelter, support and new skills to offenders.
Opinion & Analysis
Time for Sri Lanka's tea industry to turn over a new leaf
If the plantations can't afford a daily wage of 1,000 rupees, let alone other basic rights, it's time for new management.
The Philippine jailhouses of pain and suffering
Govt covers up failure to rein in criminal syndicates by blaming children for their crimes.