The minorities in Pakistan should stop complaining about conversion (ii)- PAkistani Christians in the USA should not only support conversion by free choice but should also try to convert the majority population of Pakistan and India to Christianity (iii)- The ARBUSChr should
In December 2022, the Taliban banned women from attending universities under the pretext of Sharia. Since then I thought to dig deep into this to find out the religious credentials of this ban. As I am not a Islamic scholar, to understand sharia take on women's education. I thought of approac
The United States recently released a report on the human rights situation on 198 countries in 2022. The country’s state department made various allegations of human rights violations against Bangladesh.
Bangladesh is experiencing a number of difficulties as a result of global pri
In this article, I argue for the centrality of forgiveness in Christian discipleship by examining its proactive nature, its role in developing a life of action and freedom, and its extreme contrast to worldly norms and ideals.
The forgiveness of sins is not simply granted in response to
“Today is the 27th anniversary of Jalil Andrabi, a person of deep judicial insight and former Chairman of Kashmir Commission of Jurists. He was detained by Major Avtar Singh of the 35th Rashtriya Rifles of the Indian Army on March 8, 1996, and later his dead body was seen floating in the Ri
Asia Pacific region had over 6.7 million new TB cases and over 883,000 people died of TB in 2021, as per the latest Global TB Report of the World Health Organization (WHO). The top 5 biggest risk factors that caused TB disease in 2021 in Asia Pacific region were undernourishment (1.2 millio
On March 22 Bhutan and Bangladesh inked a transit deal in Thimpu, the capital city of Bhutan to ease further bilateral trades between the two countries. It is good news for many reasons. Bhutan was the first country in the world that recognized Bangladesh as an independent and sovereign country f
Will lessons from COVID-19 and TB vaccine rollout improve pandemic preparedness and health security? By ODE UDUU, SHOBHA SHUKLA, BOBBY RAMAKANT
TB high burden countries India and Nigeria both have had decades of experience in rolling out the TB vaccine. Both nations were successful (even if not ideal) in reaching out to a large part of their populations with COVID-19 vaccination. Are there any lessons that we can learn from this ex
The Transformative Power of the Sacrament of Reconciliation: An Exploration of the Spiritual Renewal it Bring. By William Gomes
The sacrament of reconciliation, also known as confession or penance, is a vital component of the Catholic faith. According to Church teachings, confession is a sacrament of healing, allowing individuals to experience God's mercy and forgiveness. This article explores the transformative power
Bangladesh is interested in joining the Myanmar-India-Thailand connectivity project. Foreign Secretary Masud Bin Momen said this after the third Foreign Office Consultation took place between Bangladesh and Thailand in Dhaka on Tuesday. India and Thailand have agreed to include Bangladesh in the
Blunting of AIDS epidemic: It's time for zero-complacency and stronger action. By SHOBHA SHUKLA, BOBBY RAMAKANT
After over 42 years when HIV virus was first detected, the fight against AIDS has indeed come a long way. Ending AIDS by 2030 means that every person globally has access to full spectrum of combination prevention options to protect oneself from HIV, all people living with HIV know their sta
Is HIV self-test among the missing links to reach the #endAIDS goal? By SHOBHA SHUKLA, BOBBY RAMAKANT
Almost half the countries worldwide have not yet included HIV self-test in their AIDS response. Only one-fourth of all nations globally do HIV self-test routinely. This is despite the strong evidence which exists not only for HIV self-test, but also how self-tests for COVID-19, diabetes, or pregn
It has been nearly six years since the mass exodus of Rohingya refugees from Rakhine State; hundreds of thousands of the Rohingya had to flee their homes in the wake of the Myanmar army's brutal attempt at genocide -- with them eventually finding solace and shelter within the borders of Bangl
A 22-member delegation from Myanmar has reached Teknaf upazila of Cox's Bazar to observe the preparations for the repatriation of Rohingyas.
They arrived at Teknaf Jetty Ghat by speed boat across the Naf River after 10am on Wednesday from Maungdaw Township in Rakhine State, Myanmar.
The Stations of the Cross, also known as the Way of the Cross, is a traditional Catholic devotion that commemorates the events leading up to Jesus Christ's crucifixion. Originating in medieval Europe, this practice gained popularity during the Counter-Reformation period of the 16th and 17th c
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.