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What began as one school issuing an edict to protect secularism has now escalated into religiously driven protests and counter-protests
The bracing chill and blustery rains this month have been an ordeal for many, with Delhi recording its coldest January day in nearly a decade
The women “stand in complete solidarity with the victim/survivor nun who broke the silence against continuous abuse and exploitation"
The women said they are “pained to see how insensitively a daughter of the Church is disowned, discredited, and devalued"
The Indian government has restored the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act license of the Missionaries of Charity on January 7
Case numbers have yet to match the enormous figures seen last spring, when thousands died each day
While foreign donations are not allowed at the moment, donations from within India help some work continue
Not only Christians, who comprise a little over two percent of the population, but also Muslims are on the receiving end of religious attacks
Sultana Begum lives in a cramped two-room hut nestled within a slum on the outskirts of Kolkata, surviving on a meager pension
Foreign donations to the Missionaries of Charity made up more than US$13 million for the financial year ending in March 2021