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Bengaluru: The first batch of trainers from Master Trainer’s Development Programme had a colourful graduation convocation programme. About 29 Trainers received their Post-graduate Diploma in Life Skills development. The programme under the flagship of ‘India- 2047’ vision document was initiated a year ago in Bengaluru by Empower India Foundation to develop Master Trainers in life […]

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The Henry Martyn Institute in Hyderabad, a pioneering specialized institute of Islamic studies, has honoUred a Jesuit educationalist and a Muslim scholar for their contribution to Muslim-Christian relations. Church of South India Bishop Pushpa Lolita, vice-chairperson of Henry Martyn Institute, on March 18 conferred Doctor Litterarum on Jesuit Father Thomas V Kunnunkal, the president of […]

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Muslims Give UpClaim To Disputed Land As Gesture Of Gratitude To Sikhs Muslim and Sikh communities have decided to put an end to a 10-year-old land dispute which had led to riots in Saharanpur in 2014 and resulted in three deaths. As a gesture of gratitude for help offered by Sikhs during the north east […]

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A 26-year-old Bihari woman has proved language is no barrier as she emerged the topper in a literacy examination conducted in Kerala for migrant labourers. Romiya Kathur, hailing from a village in Bihar, scored the first rank with full 100 marks in the examination held by the Kerala State Literacy Mission Authority recently. She had […]

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Christians should show greater eagerness to relate with Muslims in these critical times, says Jesuit Father Victor Edwin, the secretary of the Delhi-based Islamic Studies Association.“The Church invites Christians to approach Muslims with profound respect. The rich religious heritage of Muslims is the sign of God’s presence and action in the world. An eagerness to […]

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