The Goa Opinion Poll RE. By Eduardo Faleiro

January 16 is celebrated in Goa every year as the Asmitai Dis (Identity Day). After Liberation Pandit Nehru had declared “we want to maintain the separate identity of Goa, its separate individuality... we have no interest in changing or surpassing that identity’.  In Goa, itself,


Mayawati next PM if converts BSP into truly Secular-Socialist-Federal-Democratic-Party. By Hem Raj Jain

By concentrating mainly on macro level and not so much on micro level, Mayawati can become PM (ii)- Only by taking-on both BJP & Congress the BSP can become national alternative (iii)- BSP can wean Muslims off Congress only when becomes truly Secular Party (iv)- Mayawati should make about 40


Birth of the Prophet: event reveals power struggle between Egyptian president and grand imam: By Dr. Ashraf Ramelah

During Egypt’s Birth of the Prophet national holiday this past November, as per tradition the Egyptian president, Abdul Fatah Al Sisi, and the grand imam of Al Azhar Institute, Mohammed Al Tayib, accepted the invitation by the Egyptian Endowments Ministry to attend an annual religious event


Local actions are building blocks for #GlobalGoals. By Shobha Shukla and Bobby Ramakant

International commitments are vital for a better tomorrow but no less important are local actions on the frontlines, for bringing in desired change. Most important and often unheard voices are of those who are striving hard to bring in a change on the frontlines. These voices from the grounds-up,


EFSAS speaks on legal implications of CPEC on Jammu & Kashmir at University of Louvain in Belgium

A two-day Conference titled “The Chinese Way, The New Normal?” was held at the Université Catholique de Louvain (The University of Louvain-UCL), a leading European University in research and innovation in political sciences. The symposium was organised by the UCL’s Center


South ultimately winning remaining civil war. By Hem Raj Jain

Preposterous to think whites killed whites for blacks (ii)- South getting vindicated after justified partial defeat in 1865 (iii)- Christianity got-away cheaply from the blame of civil war (iv)- USA (both North and South) should now work for winning remaining civil war

There were 34 Sat


Local leaders from Asia Pacific nations commit to #endTobacco and #beatNCDs. By Shobha Shukla and Bobby Ramakant

Earlier in December 2018, several local leaders from Asia Pacific nations unanimously adopted a strong Declaration to combat tobacco use and the epidemic of non-communicable diseases (NCDs). Governor, Mayors, Vice Mayors and Vice-Governor, in the presence of several Members of Parliaments, nation


Sweden Talks a Step Forward towards Peace for Yemen. By Manish Rai

The recent talks in Rimbo on the outskirts of Swedish capital Stockholm were the first in two years in a conflict which has pushed impoverished Yemen to the brink of mass starvation. At the start of the talks Yemen's government and rebels, locked in a devastating war for years traded mutual a


No Christmas cheer for Asia Bibi as long as the radicals hold sway. By Nasir Saeed

 Christmas is only a few days away and Christians around the world are busy with last-minute preparations, shopping for gifts, and enjoying all the fun of carol services and nativity plays.  But there is one person for whom this is all a million miles away: Asia Bibi.



Universal Human Rights and Pride versus Dignity. By Jeffrey Imm

Our Universal Human Rights of Dignity for our "human family" are not based on arrogant pride, but on the compassionate respect for dignity of the individual as a fellow human being. Such human rights must also include mercy, not just for those like us and those we like, but also an outs


The Goa Liberation Day. By Eduardo Faleiro

The Goa Liberation Day is celebrated every year on the 19th of December. On December 19, 1961 Goa was freed from the Portuguese rule. It was a Seminar on Portuguese Colonialism held in New Delhi in October 1961 that triggered the decision of the Government of India to liberate Goa. The Seminar wa


Mehbooba Mufti can turn the table for the benefit of beleaguered Kashmiris. By Hem Raj Jain

Before her party and herself, Mehbooba Mufti should think about the people of J&K (especially of Kashmir).

If commentators in media etc are busy writing the political epitaph of former Chief Minister and J&K-PDP Chief Mehbooba Mufti and her party then they can’t be blamed.


The Essential of Hope for Humanity. By Jeffrey Imm

Humanity may believe that its greatest need is for air, water, food for its survival. But meaningful human survival is not truly built on any of these, which most would agree are "essentials." Rather, our human lives are truly built on the true essential of HOPE. This is more than a sim


Asia Bibi To Spend Another Christmas in Seclusion. By Saadia Haq

This enchanted time comes at the end of the year, when the magic of Christmas takes over Christians celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ, referred and revered as Jesus Son of Mary, the Messiah in Islamic tradition.

Yet this time things are bit strange inside Pakistan for its several mi


In Bishop Thomas Thennatt God gave us, a good human being! By Father Dr. Anand Muttungal

The untimely passing away of Bishop Thomas Thennatt (Gwaliar Diocese) in a road accident has left many of us in tears and many untold stories of his kind gestures of God's grace showered through him. He was remarkably a good human being filled with the spirit of holiness. I remember him as a Rector

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"Trial of Pakistani Christian Nation" By Nazir S Bhatti

On demand of our readers, I have decided to release E-Book version of "Trial of Pakistani Christian Nation" on website of PCP which can also be viewed on website of Pakistan Christian Congress www.pakistanchristiancongress.org . You can read chapter wise by clicking tab on left handside of PDF format of E-Book.

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