National council of Churches in India(NCCI) conversation with Arch bishop of canterbury


The head of the global Anglican Communion, the 104th Bishop of Canterbury, and the first Archbishop of Canterbury since the English Reformation to be appointed from a position outside the Church of England, Most Reverend and Rt. Hon. Archbishop Dr. Rowan Williams today on the 14th October 2010
participated in a conversation on the theme, ‘Mission Engagement in Ecumenical Setting’, with the ecumenical fraternity at the National Council of Churches in India, Nagpur.


Islamic extremism growing in India-Asianews
Clergymen, journalists and experts agree that the case of the Catholic professor who had his hand chopped off for alleged blasphemy is a sign that fundamentalism is growing in the Indian Union.


GCIC celebrates International non violence day-Gandhi Jayanthi

People are slowly forgetting Mahatma : Sumitra Gandhi
Indore, Oct 2-

Claiming that Mahatma Gandhi was remembered only during customary occassions and his ideals slowly forgotten, his grand daughter Sumitra Gandhi Kulkarni today said people should practice his teachings in their lives instead of just eulogizing him on his birthday.


“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