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Panaji Court rejects bail plea of Alemao in Louis Berger case Aug 24, 2:57 pm
Panaji, Aug. 24 (ANI): A Panaji Special court on Monday rejected the bail plea of former Goa Public Works Department (PWD) Minister Churchill Alemao in connection with the Louis Berger bribery case.
Panaji, Aug 24 (ANI): A special court on Monday rejected former Goa PWD Minister Churchill Alemao's bail plea in connection with the Louis Berger case.
Louis Berger case: Churchill Alemao's bail plea rejected Aug 17, 4:57 pm
Panaji, Aug. 17 (ANI): The sessions court in Panaji on Monday rejected former Goa PWD Minister Churchill Alemao's bail plea in connection with the Louis Berger case.
Panaji, Aug 13(ANI): Former Goa PWD minister Churchill Alemao, who was arrested in connection with U.S. management consultancy firm Louis Berger bribery case, was on Thursday sent to judicial custody for seven days.
Panaji, Aug. 6 (ANI): Former Goa Public Works Department (PWD) Minister Churchill Alemao has been arrested in connection with the Louis Berger bribery case.
Cross removal row: China detains seven Christians Aug 5, 8:02 pm
London, Aug 5 (ANI): The Chinese Government has detained seven Christians accused of embezzlement and disrupting social order amid Church cross removal row.
Two Israelis charged for setting part of church on fire Jul 29, 5:51 pm
New York, July 29 (ANI): Two Israeli men, described by authorities as Jewish extremists, were charged on Wednesday for setting fire to part of a church at the site where Christians believe Jesus performed the miracle of the loaves and fishes.
Melbourne, July 23 (ANI): Prayers do have the power to deliver a holy miracle and it has been proved by some parishioners at Sydney's Saint Charbel's Church, who claims to have seen the Virgin Mary's lips moving on the painting.
London, July 23 (ANI): Dylann Roof, the man accused of killing nine black people at Charleston Church in South Carolina, has been indicted on charges of federal hate crimes.
Yuki shines as India rally past Kiwis in Davis Cup Jul 19, 2:18 pm
Christchurch, July 19 (ANI): Yuki Bhambri stole the limelight on Sunday as India fought back their way to win both reverse singles matches and seal a 3-2 win over New Zealand in the Davis Cup clash in Christchurch.
Christchurch, July 18 (ANI): The Indian duo of Rohan Bopanna and Saketh Myneni suffered a shocking straight-set defeat from New Zealand pair of Artem Sitak and Marcus Daniell, thus leaving India trail 1-2 against the hosts on day two of the Davis Cup Asia Oceania Group I tie.
Bhambri keeps India's hopes alive at Davis Cup Jul 18, 12:10 pm
Christchurch, July 18 (ANI): Yuki Bhambri helped India to keep its hopes alive after Somdev Devvarman suffered a shocking defeat, leaving the visitors locked 1-1 with New Zealand on day one of the Davis Cup Asia Oceania Group I tie.
Pope's final Mass in Paraguay draws huge crowds Jul 13, 1:15 pm
London, July 13 (ANI): Hundreds of thousands of people participated in the final Mass organised by Pope Francis during his visit to Paraguay.
London, July 7 (ANI): South Carolina's Senate has passed a bill to get the Confederate flag removed from the state capitol in Columbia after the flag was linked to a gunman who killed nine people at a Charleston church in June.
Nigeria: Five killed in church suicide bombing Jul 6, 10:11 am
Washington DC, July 6 (ANI): At least five people have been killed at a church in the Nigerian town of Potiskum, after a suicide bomber blew himself up, said police and witnesses.
Princess Charlotte to be baptised in presence of Queen Jul 5, 4:40 pm
London, July 5 (ANI): Prince William and Kate Middleton's newly born child Princess Charlotte will soon have a christening ceremony at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene in Sandringham, which will be attended by the Queen.
Pope Francis feels no position in Church should be for life Jul 5, 9:56 am
Melbourne, July 5 (ANI): Pope Francis, who took over the responsibilities of the Catholic Church in March 2013, has said that no positions in the Catholic Church should be for life.
Fire ravages another African-American church in US Jul 2, 12:06 pm
London, July 2 (ANI): Another African-American church in southern United States has been ravaged by fire.
FBI probing series of arson in African American churches in US Jun 30, 12:20 pm
London, June 30 (ANI): Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has reportedly launched a probe into a series of fires that ravaged a number of African-American churches across the southern part of the U.S. to ascertain if the blazes were related.
Suresh Prabhu orders enquiry into Churchgate mishap Jun 29, 9:17 am
New Delhi, June 29 (ANI): Union Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu on Monday confirmed that he has ordered an enquiry into the Churchgate mishap, after a local train rammed into the dead end at the railway station, leaving a woman seriously injured.
Mumbai local dashes into buffer, motorman injured Jun 28, 1:19 pm
Mumbai, June 28 (ANI): A Mumbai local train on Sunday dashed into a buffer while entering the Church gate railway station.
Obama's moving Charleston eulogy Jun 27, 11:19 am
Washington DC, Jun 27 (ANI): The US President Barack Obama has paid tribute to nine African-Americans who lost their lives in a recent church shooting, saying their deaths should inspire Americans to finally confront the challenges of gun violence and race relations.
African-American youth have 'no spirit', says Donald Trump Jun 25, 6:01 pm
London, June 25 (ANI): Blaming U.S. President Barack Obama for dividing the country, American politician and business magnate Donald Trump has reportedly said that the African-American youth have 'no spirit.'
Washington, June 23 (ANI): Fox News Channel has reportedly come under harsh criticism over its coverage of the recent Charleston shootings, as the popular television network reportedly forgot to state the obvious that the shootings were acts of racist violence committed by an evident racist.
Using N-word, Obama says America not cured of racism Jun 22, 9:29 pm
Washington, June 22 (ANI): Commenting on the debate on race relations and gun control that has swept the United States in the wake of last week's gun attack in South Carolina's African-American church, U.S. President Barack Obama has said that America has not been cured of racism yet.
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