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Devasahayam Pillai, 18th century Indian who had converted to Christianity, declared a saint by the Pope

Devashayam Pillai (1712-1752) was originally from a Hindu Nair family but was converted to Christianity by a Dutch naval commander.

Assam: Arif Uddin ‘accidentally’ uploads video of Rubul Hussain insulting Assamese literary stalwart Lakshminath Bezbarua, both arrested

Rubul Hussain and Arif Uddin arrested in Assam after video of deregatory comments on Lakshminath Bezbarua went viral

‘Chhattisgarh govt violated interstate protocols’: Kalicharan Maharaj was arrested without informing state police, says MP govt

Kalicharan Maharaj was arrested from Khajuraho for allegedly criticizing Mahatma Gandhi for partition and hailing Nathuram Godse for killing him.

Declare India a ‘Hindu Rashtra’ and terminate nationality of Muslims & Christians, else I will take Jal Samadhi: Jagadguru Paramhans Acharya Maharaj

Jagadguru Paramhans Acharya Maharaj of Tapasvi Chavani said that if India not declared Hindu Rashtra by October 2, he will take Jal Samadhi in Sarayu river

Day after Mariam Thresia was canonised in Vatican, Indian Medical Association raises questions on saint’s ‘miracle’

Dr Sreenivasan, one of the doctors who treated the baby approved it as a miracle and had said that the "divine intervention of the Holy Mother saved the baby".

Mann Ki Baat: PM Modi pays tributes to Sister Mariam Thresia who will be canonised on 13th October by Pope Francis

Prime Minister Modi in his address to nation through Mann Ki Baat radio programme today paid tributes to Sister Mariam Thresia who will be canonised on 13th October by Pope Francis.

Tamil Nadu police detains a Muslim man loitering around a dargah disguised as a Hindu saint

Last month Tamil Nadu was put on high alert following intel that members of the Lashkar-e-Taiba had infiltrated into the state

A not so sacred Saint: The other side of the most revered missionaries, Mother Teresa

'Mother Teresa was not a friend of the poor. She was a friend of poverty.'

Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity : Decades of the Baby Bazaar?

India has not begun to take even small, tentative steps towards true freedom.

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