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International Day against Drug Abuse at St Philomena College,Puttur

Inorder to mark the International Day against Drug Abuse Dharmastala Rural Developmental Scheme (R) Puttur...

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Mr. George Castelino Nakre conferred with "Dante Literary Award"

Rt. Rev. Baptist Menezes, vicar general of Udupi Diocese conferred "Dante Literary Award...

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Youth congress donate Rs 10,000 towards medical aid

MLA JR Lobo handover Rs 10,000 to Yashodhar resident of Arakerebailu, Jeppu for the medical treatment of his son Gautham...

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Free medical camp held in Mangaluru

A 3rd free medical camp was held here in Capitanio School on Sunday June 28...

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Ivan D’Souza releases booklet on achievements

Ivan D’Souza, who took oath as a member of the State Legislative Council on...

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Student Council Election 2015- 2016 at SPC Puttur

The election of the students’ council 2015-2016 of St Philomena College Puttur was conducted on June 27th, 2015....

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Free Computer Training Programme at SPC Puttur 

The Department of Computer Science, St Philomena College of Post Graduate Studies and Research Centre organized valedictory function of free training programme on computer education ...

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Inauguration of the Students’ Council of St.Philomena Pre-University College 

The Students’ Council-2015-16 of St. Philomena Pre-University College Puttur...

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International Yoga Day Celebrated at St Philomena College

International Yoga Day is celebrated in India under the leadership of Prime Minister,Shri Narendra Modi saw the reflection throughout the country. Taking the queue St Philomena College.......

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Rajasthan Gramina Mela-3 Exhibition-cum-Sale of Rajasthan Arts & Crafts inaugurated

Rajasthan Gramina Mela season-3, an exhibition-cum-sale of Rajasthan Arts and Crafts, including different varieties of artefacts and saris was begun at Hotel Moti Mahal auditorium...

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CPI(M) held protest in front of MLA office

MLA J.R Lobo had reacted to the protest which was held by CPI(M) here in front of MLA’s office on Monday June 22 demanding the allocation....

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CM Relief Fund for three people in Bengre 

MLA JR Lobo handed over a cash of Rs 1.66 lakh from CM’s Relief Fund to three persons like, Charan Putran...

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Rain damages two house in Mangaluru

Heavy rain in the city caused in damaging two houses here Shivnagara-Kodakal, Padil. The houses belonged to Thimmappa and Umesh residents of Padil...

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Minister’s claim on child labour questioned

The Campaign Against Child Labour-Karnataka has questioned a statement by Minister of State for Labour...

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History Repeats Itself at St Philomena College Puttur

The third year students of St Philomena College Puttur excelled in the semester examinations conducted by the Mangalore University......

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The Academic Year 2015-16 begins in St Philomena College Puttur

An orientation programme for the second and third year undergraduate students was held on 15th June, 2015 and for the newly admitted first year....

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JR Lobo inspected the proposed bypass road between Nethravathi river and Adyar-Kannur

MLA JR Lobo on Monday inspected the proposed bypass road between Nethravathi river and Adyar-Kannur along with PWD officials..

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Konkani chair of Mangalore University inaugurated

Minister for Higher Education and Tourism R.V. Deshpande said here on Friday...

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Free Computer Training at SPC Puttur

P G Department of Computer Science of St Philomena College Puttur has arranged ‘Two week Free Computer Training Programme’...

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Admissions to PG Courses at SPC Puttur 

St Philomena College Puttur has invited applications from candidates who have passed Degree examination for admissions to 2 year P G.....

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Protest intensifies against Raipur nun rape

Protests seeking to arrest those who raped a Catholic nun Raipur...

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Dalit Christians file complaint with UN against the Vatican

Christian Dalits in India filed a complaint on Tuesday with the United Nations accusing the Holy See..

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Facing backlash, Scottish Church College goes soft on dress code

Facing a backlash over its decision to impose a dress code on its students, the city’s Scottish Church College....

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Cardinal Gracias condemns nun’s rape as a national shame

Cardinal Oswald Gracias of Mumbai has condemned the rape and violence on an Indian Catholic nun.....

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Insecurity plaguing minorities: Goa Archbishop

Goa Archbishop Filile Neri Ferrao on Saturday said "clouds of fear and insecurity" were looming large over the minorities in the country....

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She took the legacy of Mother Teresa forward

Sister Nirmala, who succeeded Nobel laureate Mother Teresa as the superior general of the Missionaries of Charity, died in Kolkata ..

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Bishops distressed over sex attack on Catholic nun

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India has condemned the sexual assault on a Catholic nun...

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Christians plan to sue Tamil television channel

Christian leaders in Coimbatore said they plan to file a defamation suit against a regional.....

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CBCI welcomes pope’s encyclical on climate change

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India (CBCI), the top body of the Catholic Church in the country...

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Mizoram church leaders ask Christians not to observe yoga day

A conglomeration of Mizoram’s church leaders has appealed to all Mizo Christians not to observe the International Day of Yoga...

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Goa Church defends decision of Catholic legislators’ meeting

Goa Church’s educational arm Archdiocesan Board of Education (ABE) on .....

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Convicted Catholic priest walks free in child abuse case

A Catholic priest convicted of sexually abusing a 16-year-old Minnesota girl will walk free and be deported to India immediately....

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Modi failed to protect Christians: Cardinal Toppo

Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, has failed to keep his promise on action to protect Christians......

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‘Christians should imbibe Indian traditions’

The Christian community in the country should imbibe more from Indian traditions and culture....

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Bishops’ council regrets statement on Love Jihad

The Kerala Catholic Bishops’ Council (KCBC) on Sunday expressed regrets over the statement of Bishop....

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Church official unhappy over Yoga Day on Sunday

The president of the Catholic Bishops Conference of India (CBCI) has expressed displeasure over the ....

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Cardinal Toppo gets death threat

The district police on Tuesday beefed up the security of Cardinal Telesphore Placidus Toppo of Ranchi ...

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Goa Church seeks legislators’ support in education at diocesan schools

The Goa Church called for an emergency meeting of Catholic legislators....

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Archbishop Bala honored on Telangana formation day

Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao has honored some 50 people including Archbishop Thumma Bala of Hyderabad for their outstanding service...

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Under-construction church collapses, kills three

Three persons were killed and 14 others injured in Tirunelveli when the roof of an under-construction church...

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Synods are no longer just for a privileged few

A huge amount of discussion has been generated by the synod on the family..

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Bishops expect Pope Francis’ visit to have profound impact on US

Pope Francis’ September visit to the U.S., the nation’s bishops were exuberant on Tuesday, as the itinerary for the apostolic voyage was released...

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Francis wishes Benedict XVI a good summer in Castel Gandolfo

Before heading out for his two-week stay at the papal residence in Castel Gandolfo this summer, retired pontiff Benedict XVI received...

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Nuns are making the Pope’s vestments for Ecuador

Within the walls of the convent in Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas, Ecuador....

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Practice what you preach, Pope encourages new archbishops

Pope Francis called on the Church’s new archbishops to be courageous witnesses who are not ashamed of Christ..

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Benedictine monks’ disputed role at Catholic university in Illinois at center of new lawsuit

Seven monks of St. Procopius Abbey in Lisle, Ill. have filed suit against the leadership of Illinois’ Benedictine University....

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Pope Francis’ answer to ’What is faith?’

The Pope focused on the virtue of faith during his Sunday Angelus address, saying the whole gospel is written in its light....

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Pope Francis creates new secretariat overseeing all Vatican communications

The Vatican’s nine communications offices will soon be consolidated under the authority of the newly-established Secretariat for Communications...

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Catholics and Orthodox should meet, cooperate more often, Pope exhorts

Pope Francis voiced hope that Catholics and Eastern Orthodox would encounter each other more often, so as to overcome prejudices...

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Pope officially paves the way for Saint Therese’s parents to be canonized 

Pope Francis formally approved on Saturday the decrees necessary for Blesseds Louis and Zelie Martin

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Educate girls to the ’beauty and grandeur of their vocation’ – Pope Francis

Pope Francis on Friday praised Catholic girl scout leaders’ “absolutely crucial” role in educating women for their vocation and responsibilities....

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Pope exhorts future Vatican diplomats to bring Christ’s face to the world

Pope Francis told the graduating class of Holy See ambassadors on Thursday that their main mission is to be Christ’s representatives to the world....

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For Archbishop Chaput, Vatican synod, Philly family meeting providentially linked

Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadelphia sees a providential link between September’s World...

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California legislators renew push against Junipero Serra, saint and Hispanic ’founding father’

A statue of Franciscan missionary and saint-to-be Father Junipero Serra has stood

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The one theologian you need to know about when reading Laudato Si’ 

With so many interpretations being presented for Pope Francis’ new encyclical, Fr. Robert Barron says only one theologian....

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Synod on the Family’s working document sets the stage for spirited discussion

That the discussion at October’s Synod on the Family is going to be a lively one is indicated...

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Pope to families: If you hide your problems, they’ll only get worse

Family wounds that aren’t dealt with in a healthy and timely manner can have devastating effects on both spouses and children, Pope Francis has said...

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Transfixed by the face of Jesus: Pilgrims at the Shroud of Turin 

At this year’s exposition of the Shroud of Turin, pilgrims reflected on looking upon what some believe to be Christ’s...

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Synod guiding document: families need the Church’s message of mercy

The document set to guide this year’s synod discussions on the family touches on hot-button issues such as homosexuality and divorced and remarried....

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What Pope Francis owes the Salesians

Pope Francis is a Jesuit, but he has Salesian roots.....

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