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Nicaragua orders dismissal of Missionaries of Charity founded by Mother Teresa, says ‘NGO failed to comply with State laws’

The Nicaraguan government expelled Missionaries of Charity stating that they have failed to comply with the state laws

A corporate sinner under the garb of a global saint? New documentary released on Sky App explores the dark legacy of ‘Mother’ Teresa

The new documentary raises significant questions about the sainthood granted to'Mother' Teresa

Evangelist and founder of Global Peace Initiative KA Paul approaches Supreme Court against Centre cancelling FCRA registrations of NGOs

Paul is the founder of the Global Peace Initiative and Gospel to the Unreached Millions, both based in the US.

Union Home Ministry restores FCRA license of Missionaries of Charity after the NGO submits necessary documents

Union Home Ministry has restored the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) registration of the Missionaries of Charity

Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik sanctions Rs 79 lakhs from funds meant for emergency relief to Missionaries of Charity institutions

Missionaries of Charity(MoC) were recently denied permission to renew its FCRA registration on the grounds of not meeting eligibility conditions

Missionaries of Charity received its second-highest foreign donation from a mysterious Panama-based firm: Details

Panama-based Kriti Finance SA dad donated more than ₹13 crore to Missionaries of Charity during the year 2020-21

Mamata Banerjee claims Centre froze all bank accounts of Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity, church official reacts

Mamata Banerjee has taken to Twitter on Monday, December 27 to claim that the central govt has frozen all bank accounts of Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity

Gujarat: Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity booked on charges of conversion at shelter home for women

In the FIR it was stated that the girls staying at the shelter home were forced to read Christian scriptures and attend Christian prayers.

Missionaries of Charity baby selling case: Child Rights body moves to Supreme Court, seeks SIT probe into all such charity-run shelter homes

The NCPCR plea, filed through lawyer Swarupama mentioned cases of child trafficking and child rights violation in Jharkhand and alleged that authorities neglected to protect these children.

The other side of Mother Teresa: The not so pious history of the Catholic Church’s saint

Mother Teresa was a friend of dictators, her clinics were in a state of utter decrepit and the 'miracles' performed in her name were not so miraculous after all.

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