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Why, to many critics, Mother Teresa is still no s...
MotherTeresa (R) blesses Sister Nirmala after she handed over leadership of her Roman Catholic order to Nirmala in Calcutta March 14, 1981. (Jayanta Shaw/Reuters) Mother Teresa, the Roman Catholic...
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Times of India
At Mother Teresa's home, Mohan Bhagwat an object ...
Poverty is a horrible situation to be in. As an economist wrote: ”The pain of sleeping in a hungry stomach cannot be compared with anything else.” In third world countries, poverty is also a vehicle...
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Business Standard India
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Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh
Modi’s ‘frenemies’ problem
If you were to ask Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s legion of admirers to draw up a list of Modi baiters, a typical one would probably lead with the BJP’s political foes, left-leaning liberals, a large...
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Oscars 2015: a sumo contest between Boyhood and B...
Cover the Academy Awards long enough, and a certain sheepish self-consciousness sets in. Look back at the ghosts of Oscars ceremonies past, and it’s like discovering old photos of yourself in...
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Neil Patrick Harris
The Gospel according to Hozier
Talk about the song that just won't stop. When Andrew Hozier-Byrne — who performs simply as Hozier — first penned his somber piano dirge "Take Me to Church" two years ago, while crashing at his...
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Driverless cars create these oddly beautiful ghos...
This will definitely be one of the spookier things you'll see today: Gloomy, ghost-like footage of a driverless car travelling through one of Britain's most famous cities, Oxford. It's all captured...
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Women in comedy continue to succeed through Jewis...
In 2012 the acclaimed sitcom “30 Rock” aired one of its most popular and socially poignant episodes: “Stride of Pride.” The plot followed Liz Lemon (Tina Fey), the head writer of a variety show...
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Searching for reasons why North Carolina trio was...
In the crucible of 9/11 and its aftermath, Americans flocked by the millions to their traditional houses of worship, moved by the spirit described in Alan Jackson’s anthem, “Where Were You (When the...
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Craig Stephen Hicks
New York City
Writing in the sand
One hot summer evening three or four years ago I found myself at the Augustinian church in Valletta for a recital of Bach’s cello suites. It seems the timing coincided with what the friars call...
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To split infinitives or not? The Independent's Jo...
Still, I think there is a difference of emphasis between us. Indeed, I was embarrassed to feel that you were addressing me on page six, where you say: "It's irksome to be accused of arguing that...
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Bank of England
The case against Henry Kissinger and why I write ...
The case against Henry Kissinger and why I write Martin Luther King, Jr. once said “And there comes a time when one must take a position that is neither safe, nor politic, nor popular, but he must do...
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Richard Dawkins to feature on Finnish metal band ...
Richard Dawkins is no stranger to controversy; musical and otherwise. It’s hard to imagine, given how his recent remarks on the shooting of three Muslims in North Carolina have been taken, but the...
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The Fall of Atheism?
A letter from a young atheist philosopher on objective moral values and nihilism to (arguably) the foremost defender of and thinker on the christian faith, Dr William Lane Craig. From his website...
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Richard Wentworth: the invisible man of British a...
... interested in spaces,” he says. “In ownership and demarcation, the way we negotiate our way through a door, the funny look you have on your face when you’re looking for the loo.” As we are about...
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Greg Brophy Begins Post-Legislative Career as Ken...
Aide Brings ‘Quirky’ Background to Chief of Staff Ranks Brophy rides his bicycle in Colorado. (Courtesy Greg Brophy Campaign website) Barely a month into his new position as chief of staff to...
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Hozier hits nerves with ‘Church’
... you’re looking for an answer without there having ever been a question,” says the musician, who appears in The City this week. “Questions were invented by man, because we’re hard-wired to try...
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Paul Thomas: Hysterical 'intellectuals' fail the ...
... Man Booker Prize winner, Eleanor Catton. Photo / Peter Meecham Sections of the left-wing intelligentsia appear to believe the Eleanor Catton brouhaha says something disturbing about New Zealand....
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High Times for Jeb 'I smoked marijuana when I was...
Jeb Bush admits toking at private prep school: 'I smoked marijuana when I was at Andover' 'It was pretty common,' the GOP presidential front-runner said Classmates at his posh Massachusetts prep...
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Who's the "Low Life Scum:" Kissinger or CODEPINK?
A very angry Senator John McCain denounced CODEPINK activists as "low-life scum" for holding up signs reading "Arrest Kissinger for War Crimes" and dangling handcuffs next to Henry Kissinger's head...
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Senate Armed Services Committee
France's False Choice
A Moroccan immigrant prays in his Paris home during Ramadan. (Youssef Boudlal/Reuters) The impressive and inspiring show of solidarity at France’s unity march on January 11—which brought together...
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