Nuns 'preach Christianity', fired

PRESUMED GUILTY: The nuns allege the allegations are baseless.  Ahmedabad: Catholic nuns in a government leprosy hospital in Ahmedabad will no longer be able to serve patients after the Gujarat government refused to renew their…

Future tense for Indian doctors in Britain

LONDON: Thousands of Indian doctors in Britain are at risk of becoming "illegal aliens" here with the insidious premature application of a controversial new law on work permits for non-European Union (EU) medical professionals. The…

Govt to take strict measures to curb mass-copying…

Mumbai, April 5. (PTI): In a bid to curb the increasing incidents of mass-copying in standard ten secondary school examination, the Maharashtra Government will empower District Collectors to take action against persons involved in such…

Karnataka villagers insist on Right to Food

Tuesday, April 4, 2006 (Bangalore):People in rural Karnataka have combined the campaigns for the Right to Information and the Right to Food to fight hunger. Poor villagers have successfully participated in social audits and public…

Naxals free hostages in Orissa

NDTV Tuesday, April 4, 2006 (Bhubaneswar): After 11 days in captivity, two police officials abducted by Naxals in Orissa have been released. NDTV's senior correspondent Sampad Mahapatra was called by the kidnappers to the spot…

Muslim student attacked on Baylor campus

04-04-2006 By Tim Woods  Texas, Waco Tribune-Herald: A Muslim Baylor University senior of South Asian heritage who was active in Muslim-Christian relations was attacked on the school’s campus Saturday night, suffering multiple injuries. Chief Jim…