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Guptara twins bring world of Calaspia to Europe
The two Indian 18-year-olds wrote a fantasy novel called “Conspiracy of Calaspia”. Already famous back home, the two Christian brothers are about to make their name in Europe. Publication rights have already been sold in many countries.
Indian Bishop wants help for Christian and Muslim Dalits penalised by corruption
Mgr Oswald Gracias, the newly-elected President of the Catholic Conference of Bishops, and sociologist SM Michael ask the government to take concrete steps to protect minorities against Hindutva and 'human weaknesses', i.e. corruption in public service.
Christian martial arts against society's ills
The world's future lies in the defence of the family, Mumbai Bishop says
A multi-religious country like India is well-placed to spread family values and reverence for life.
Ecumenical march for AIDS patients in Delhi
On World Aids Day Catholics and Protestants unite in a prayer vigil and in solidarity for those affected by the disease. Sonia Gandhi and Bill Clinton launch a new free treatment for HIV-positive children.
Khrist Bhakta: tens of thousands of Hindus fascinated by Christ
Missionary tells the story of a movement run by the Indian Missionary Society in Varanasi, the spiritual capital of Hindu India. Fr Anil Dev says people are fascinated by the relationship to a personal and living God who loves them without the need to be propitiated.
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