News Focus

How judgement was made in the Asia Bibi blasphemy trial

by - 17th October 2014

A SERIOUS LEGAL loophole didn't save the first woman to face the death penalty under Pakistan’s 'black law'.

Infighting between Coptic groups not helping Maspero justice campaign

by - 15th October 2014

JAYSON CASPER meets a disunited group at a memorial service to mark three years since the Maspero massacre.

Mental health charity opens new centre for stressed-out City workers

by - 10th October 2014

STIGMA compounds middle-class pain.  RUTH GLEDHILL interviews Dr Agnes Sullivan, founder of Counselling Pastoral Trust, for World Mental Health Day.

Secular Britain is ‘doing God’: official

by - 9th October 2014

AS IT EMERGES that IS has plotted a terror spectacular on British soil, a new Commission consults the nation on religion and identity.

Modi received with warmth by US leadership and Indian Americans

by - 3rd October 2014

ESTABLISHING himself as a world leader, securing investment and nimbly sidestepping a summons - Modi's visit to the US is reviewed by SLOK GYAWALI.

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