Christianity

Christmas celebrations in Delhi

Christmas celebrations in Delhi

December 26, 2018

Christmas is the best time to be with family, friends and relatives. Delhi celebrated Christmas with full zeal as the capital looked stunningly bright with major streets and roundabouts filled with people celebrating the festival. Media India Group captured the spirit across Delh...

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Pondicherry: Glimpse of France in India

Pondicherry: Glimpse of France in India

May 23, 2018

Puducherry (New Town in Tamil language) previously known as Pondicherry is one of India’s most beautiful Union Territories located in the southern part of the country. The entire town is divided into two parts- French and Indian quarter. The French quarter is called La Ville Bl...

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Mixed opinions prevail over the canonization of Mother Teresa

Mixed opinions prevail over the canonization of Mother Teresa

September 5, 2016

On a rainy Sunday in Kolkata, as believers of humanity from across the world gathered at the Mother House, the headquarters of Missionaries of Charity,critics came down heavily on the canonization of Mother Teresa. Social media saw heated debates over whether Mother Teresa was th...

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Remembring Toru Dutt

Remembring Toru Dutt

September 2, 2016

Toru Dutt can undoubtedly be regarded as the first Indian poet, who composed in English and French. W R Goodman writes in his Quintessence of literary Essays “Although a convert into Christianity, Toru Dutt had imbibed the ancient spirit and love of India” Born in 1856, in a ...

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