Revised standard version of Bible released,encourage reading and writting

Bangalore Sept 24: A plethora of prelates graced the 65th anniversary celebrations of the Asian Trading Corporation (ATC) at a public function at St. Johns Medical college auditorium, September 23. Marking the anniversary celebrations were the release of ATC’s Revised Standard Version of the Bible in India, the Indian version of the Holy Father’s book ‘Spirit of the Liturgy’ and the inauguration of ATCs third branch at St. Antony’s Friary in Bangalore.


Hindutva outfit continue hate mongering in Dakshin Karnataka

Members of a pro-Hindu outfit intercepted a Bangalore-bound bus on Tuesday to attack a Minority community boy, who had accompanied a Manipuri girl to the bus-stand to help her with her luggage. However, the boy had left the spot by that time and the gang mistakenly beat up a Hindu boy who had taken his seat. One of the eyewitnesses said that they beat him up till he collapsed and fainted. The boy was later taken to a private hospital and discharged on the same night.


“Seek peace, and pursue it. (Proverbs 34:14)”.-GCIC appeals for peace in Ayodhya

GCIC Appeals for Peace after the historic Ayodhya Verdict with regard to the Babri Masjid-Ram Janmabhoomi likely to be pronounced on 24th Sept.Even if the judgment does not find favour with one or the other side, in no way does it legitimize violence or divisiveness.
On September 24, a special bench of the Allahabad High Court will decide on a 60-year-old case for the title of the disputed shrine in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh. The verdict on one of the oldest, the most sensitive and the most complicated cases of independent India could have major ramifications for the country’s political parties.

The Three Judges