“Let us do at least small things with love”

A great message from Saint Mother Teresa Jenny Salesa Saint Mother Teresa founded the Missionaries of Charity, a Roman Catholic religious congregation which consisted of over 4000 sisters. The Missionaries are active in over 100 countries around the world. Saint Mother Teresa opened hospices where the poor received medical attention. The opportunity to die with dignity and in accordance with…

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Political foray of Rajinikanth may further polarise Tamil Nadu

Will ‘Spiritual Politics’ work in a maze of foes and fiends? Venkat Raman venkat@indiannewslink.co.nz The announcement of Tamil film industry Superstar Rajinikanth on December 31, 2017 that he would enter politics ‘well in time for the general elections 2021 and contest in all the 234 constituencies,’ ended a 20-year old speculation as to ‘Will he, or Won’t he?’ among his…

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World Telugu Meet exalts cultural and social heritage

Festival and Conference in Hyderabad from December 15 to 19, 2017 Ratna Venkat The South Indian State of Telangana will receive international limelight and acclaim as it prepares to host a Festival incorporating cultural programmes and a Conference, bringing glory to Telugu-speaking people all over the world. Welcome to Hyderabad ‘Prapancha Telugu Mahasabhalu’ or ‘World Telugu Conference’ (WTC 2017) will…

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Monitor Technical Report rates us poor

Sourced Content The right of all children to grow up to be healthy, strong, well-educated and capable of contributing to their societies underpins every international agreement to recognise and protect children’s rights. Poverty interferes with the capacity of children to enjoy this right and for children in rich countries, relative poverty also perpetuates cycles of disadvantage and inequity. As a…

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