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Secular and religious education had effaced the throat-grap- pling instinct, or else firm finance held in check the passions.
It fitted neither with the season of the year nor with the secular experience of seamen as recorded in books, nor with the aspect of the sky.
It was a very short man in the black uniform of the Roman secular clergy, and looking
Considering the influence that gospel music has had on the local scene, secular artistes have been making serious attempts to connect with the masses.
Summary: Panaji [Goa], May 27 (ANI): Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) here on Monday demanded that India should be declared as a Hindu nation, saying the word secular in the Constitution was added "unconstitutionally."
Justice Sen further added, Pakistan declared themselves as an Islamic country and India since was divided on the basis of religion should have also been declared as a Hindu country but it remained as a secular country.' This statement of the Justice S.
The debate on the myth and reality of Indian secularism got an impetus when the Director General ISPR, Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor, at a news briefing on December 6 advised New Delhi to first be secular in letter and spirit instead of advising Pakistan to follow a secular mode of governance as a precondition to have normal relations with India.
ISLAMABAD -- Former defence minister and PML-N leader Khawaja Mohammad Asif on Saturday lashed out at Indian army chief Bipin Rawat's statement in which he said Pakistan should turn secular if it wants good ties with India.
Pune -- Venturing into uncharted waters, Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat on Friday said Pakistan should turn into a secular state from an Islamic nation.
Sumantra Bose 's new book Secular States, Religious Politics: India, Turkey and the Future of Secularism (Cambridge University Press, 2018) is a fascinating comparison of the rise of religious parties in the non-Western world's two major attempts to establish a post-colonial secular state.
We live in a world where the secular and the religious exist side by side, where they might and should dialogue, and indeed where the denizens of a religious worldview also inhabit the saeculum.
Synopsis: The term "secular saint" may immediately raise questions or even objections.