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Religion does not block organ swap

Humanity won over religion when the relatives of two patients — whose kidneys had failed — swapped organs in order to save each other’s lives.

The ‘pair donor exch-ange’, which took place on November

Jacobites: Unity call to mislead public

The Malankara Jacobite Church on Monday dismissed the “olive branch” extended by the rival Orthodox faction as an attempt to mislead the public.

Reacting to the call by Catholicose Baselios Mar Thoma

Superstitions inspire Indian staff

If you are one of those who has your favourite Ganesh or a Feng Shui plant or Sai Baba or Laughing Buddha on your office desk to help you make your work a success you are not alone. You are part of t

No non-religious ads near temples

Gaudy banners and cut-outs of temple committee members and politicos that greeted devotees at various temples will now be a thing of past.

The Endowments Department has banned erection and display o

Catholic Church set for Year of Faith


The Year of Faith beginning in Catholic Church on Thursday will see nearly fifty-five lakh faithful in the state joining others across the world for special prayers in homes and churches.

Pope Benedi

Rioters torch Buddhist temples, homes in Bangladesh


Thousands of rioters torched Buddhist temples and homes in southeastern Bangladesh Sunday over a photo posted on Facebook deemed offensive to Islam, in a rare attack against the community


Organisers reject plea on immersion

The police has appealed to the organisers to start processions early so that the lengthy immersion process is completed by midnight since the T-March the next day will also be around the lake. But the

Saudi Arabia threatens to block YouTube over anti-Islam film

Saudi Arabia has threatened to block YouTube in the kingdom if Google does not respond to a request to deny access to an anti-Islam film produced in the United States, the official SPA news agency rep

Anti-Muslim film: Protest in Chennai turns violent again


Muslims from over 20 outfits gathered in thousands on Chennai's Anna Road on Tuesday evening as protests against an American’s video denigrating the Prophet continued to target the US consulate genera

Family of anti-Islam filmmaker joins him in hiding: police

The family of the producer of Innocence of Muslims joined him in hiding on Monday as more cast members of the film that outraged the Islamic world insisted they had been duped into making it.


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