Fighting Energy Crisis with Renewable Energy

October 24, 2008 9:07 pm1 comment

Today we are facing acute energy shortages, resulting in power shading from 4 to 10 hours every day at different locations in India. Building new power generating plants is part of a long term planning depending on fossil fuel availability. This is high time, we must work out solutions over […]

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I lost my trust in Orissa Police Sr. Meena

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The rape victim of Orissa Anti-Christian Violence came out in public statement in a press conference held in New Delhi on Friday after Supreme Court of India denying the CBI enquiry demanded in a writ petition. Sr. Meena Lalita Barwa, in deep grip over the crime committed against her by […]

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Lloyd’s Shipping Economist To Host Shipping Finance Awards

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At this time of turbulence in the world economy and global finance and worrying indicators for shipping markets, leading shipping industry and finance figures will be sharing their views at Lloyd’s Shipping Economist’s 21st Ship Finance and Investment Conference organised by Lloyd’s List events and being held at the Café […]

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Punjab CM urged to ensure security of Christians

October 16, 2008 10:18 pm0 comments

The All India Christian Council held its North West India Chapter meeting in Amritsar on 15 and 16 October. The Council called upon Punjab Chief Minister Prakash Singh Badal to ensure the safety and security of the Christian community in the state, from major urban churches to the smallest house […]

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All India Christian Council Celebrates 'Dhammadiksha'

October 14, 2008 8:15 pm0 comments

All India Christian Council (aicc) on Tuesday celebrated “Dhammadiksha”, the day on which Dr. B.R. Ambedkar freely chose a new religion on October 14, 1956 in Nagpur, Maharashtra. The author of India’s Constitution showed that conversion is not a crime, but fifty-two years later voices inside India want a “moratorium […]

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A Moratorium on Conversions: Who Decides ?

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In the first wave of attacks on Christians in modern India during the late 1990s, a Christian leader flinched under the pressure of Hindu extremists and called for a five year moratorium on conversions. Extremist Hindu forces have repeatedly said Christians are engaged in forced and fraudulent conversions and this […]

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