CIC calls for action from the center to ensure equal pay for priests of different faiths

The Central Information Commission (CIC) recently, in passing an order related to an RTI application to the Waqf Board of Delhi, directed the order copy to be forwarded to the Union Minister of Law for appropriate action to ensure that ensure that the provisions of Articles 25 to 28 of the Constitution are enforced in … Read more

Kolkata groom works on laptop during wedding; The Internet Calls It ‘Toxic Culture’

Last Updated: November 29, 2022, 11:08 AM IST The priest consummating the wedding blesses the groom while the groom himself is buried deep within his laptop. Working from home became the new normal after the global COVID-19 pandemic forced people to stay indoors. Before 2020, the concept of working from home was unknown to most … Read more

Justin Langer vs Pat Cummins and players, Mark Taylor calls for positivity

Former Australian captain Mark Taylor has urged current and past players to break bread and inject some positivity into the country’s elite cricket image. Taylor’s comments on Nine’s Sports Sunday come days after former men’s head coach Justin Langer again publicly aired his dirty laundry, berating “cowards” he blames for his demise earlier this year. … Read more

Taylor calls for considered words amid Langer’s row with Cricket Australia

Former Australia captain Mark Taylor believes Justin Langer’s bitter row with Cricket Australia could damage the team’s international brand, and calls on both to be wary of their words. Langer, who left the top job in February, accused sources within his camp of being “cowards” for leaking stories to the media on the Back Chat … Read more

Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett faces calls to withdraw from LGBTQ case over Christian faith

Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett is facing calls to withdraw because of her Christian faith in an upcoming case involving a web designer handling wedding websites for LGBTQ clients. Former members of People of Praise, a network of lay Christian communities founded in 1971 in South Bend, Indiana, spoke to The Guardian arguing that … Read more

Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett faces calls to withdraw from LGBTQ case over Christian faith

Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett is facing calls to withdraw because of her Christian faith in an upcoming case involving a web designer handling wedding websites for LGBTQ clients. Former members of People of Praise, a network of lay Christian communities founded in 1971 in South Bend, Indiana, spoke to The Guardian arguing that … Read more

Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett faces calls to withdraw from LGBTQ case over Christian faith

Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett is facing calls to withdraw because of her Christian faith in an upcoming case involving a web designer handling wedding websites for LGBTQ clients. Former members of People of Praise, a network of lay Christian communities founded in 1971 in South Bend, Indiana, spoke to The Guardian arguing that … Read more

Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett faces calls to withdraw from LGBTQ case over Christian faith

Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett is facing calls to withdraw because of her Christian faith in an upcoming case involving a web designer handling wedding websites for LGBTQ clients. Former members of People of Praise, a network of lay Christian communities founded in 1971 in South Bend, Indiana, spoke to The Guardian arguing that … Read more

Minister Giriraj Singh calls for population restriction law for all religions

Population control bill: Union Minister of Rural Development Giriraj Singh claimed on Sunday that it is critical to have a population control bill as India has limited resources. He gave an example of China and said that in 1979 the neighboring country adopted the “one child policy” and has developed itself. He said: “Population control … Read more