Muslim curch attackers challenge life term in south India

Bangalore-8th June

Syed Mohammad Ibrahim and ten others have moved the high court against the life term handed tothem by a lower court for thier involvement in series of bomb blasts at churches in Karnataka,Hyderabad and Goa in 2000.The case has been adjourned by a division bench headed by Justice K.L.Manjunath


BREAKING NEWS: Turkish Man Charged In Murder Bishop

BREAKING NEWS: Turkish Man Charged In Murder Bishop
Posted on: 2010-06-04 06:01:18
ISTANBUL, TURKEY (Worthy News)-- A Turkish court on Friday, June 4, charged a Turkish man with murdering a Roman Catholic bishop -- the latest in a series of violent attacks against the country's tiny Christian minority.

The 63-year-old Bishop Luigi Padovese, the pope's apostolic vicar in Anatolia, was resting at his summer house in the port city of Iskenderun, on Turkey's Mediterranean coast, when he was stepped by his driver, said Sister Leonora, the bishop's secretary.


Hindu Godman Sri Ravishankar and Baba Ramdev lock horns

Bangalore, June 6, :

The Art of Living authorities have so far chosen not to react to comments of Yoga guru Baba Ramdev on the stray bullet incident in its Ashram on Kanakapura road. Ramdev on Sunday accused the Karnataka Police of trying to hush up ''something.''

“We have heard of such a statement by Baba Ramdev. We have already said what we had to say. No comments from our side about Ramdev’s statement,” an AoL official informed.
The AoL said that it was a welcome incident. One bullet succeeded in clearing growing suspicions among a section of society on pontiffs and seers. A few people started cooking up stories and floating their own theories on the incident, the Ashram sources said.
Bigger bullets

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar himself chose not to speak much about the incident.

“It is time we forget about one bullet. There are bigger bullets fired in the Red Corridor of India. It’s time we concentrated on such issues. We want to work for betterment,” he said.
Ravi Shankar said they never wanted publicity in this way. While the culprit usually has to prove the innocence it was the victim (Ashram) in this case. He said he don’t want any enhancement in his security as it would create a wall between himself and his devotees.
He said that he was happy with the outcome of the police investigation though he is yet to receive the written report.