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Church Under Attack: Not in God’s Name

Above: Franco Mulakkal is taken into custody by the Kerala Police after nuns in the state agitated on the streets/Photo: UNI India’s first rape-accused bishop is sent to jail but the Church is leav...

Kerala’s Dalit Sunrise

In a progressive move, the state has appointed members of marginalised communities as temple priests. But is it an attempt to sustain Brahminism which is fast fading away? ~By Naveen Nair in Thiru...

Sikhs and the SGPC: Baptism by Fire in Punjab?

A new bill passed in the Rajya Sabha seeks to debar half of eligible Sikhs from voting for the SGPC, which is under SAD’s hegemony and gives it more power over gurudwaras and clergy By Vipin Pubby in...

A Matter of Faith

Even as the Supreme Court stays the Rajasthan High Court verdict making Santhara illegal, all eyes are on what the final verdict will be. Is one’s religion more important than the law of the land? ...

Neither Sant Nor Saint

The row over the film of Dera Sacha Sauda head prompted the resignation of the censor board and showed the vice-like grip these so-called religious men with political patronage exert on Indian society...

The face of real Islam

<h2 size="16" align="left" margin="10"]Recent acts of terror perpetrated in the name of faith across the world are at variance with what Prophet Mohammad had preached ...

At the Crossroads

Pope Francis is emerging as a leader who can take the catholic church to new heights as he tries to include marginalized groups. But an extraordinary synod of bishops shows that change is easier said ...

News Update

Madhya Pradesh HC directs respondent authorities to consider claim of petitioner’s mother for ex-gratia relief

A single-Judge Madhya Pradesh High Court bench while disposing a Petition filed by one Bharat being aggrieved by the order dated 12/10/2018 , whereby Mukhya Abhiyantra, Lok Nirman Vibhag Dashara medan (respondent No.2) , Ujjain has rejected his claim for compassionate appointment.

Allahabad HC seeks UP Govt reply in three weeks on compensation to families of those who died of Covid in the line of duty in panchayat polls

The Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court has sought a reply from the Uttar Pradesh Government in three weeks on the compensation to personnel who died of coronavirus in the line of duty during the panchayat elections.
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