Oops! This is how Hrithik Roshan responded to Kangana Ranaut's 'ex-boyfriend' remark
Oops! This is how Hrithik Roshan responded to Kangana Ranaut's 'ex-boyfriend' remark

Kangana Ranaut had recently called Hrithik Roshan her ex-boyfriend.

Pope`s Jubilee year off to a sluggish start
Pope`s Jubilee year off to a sluggish start

Pope Francis`s Jubilee Year of Mercy has got off to a sluggish start, to the disappointment of Rome`s hoteliers, restaurateurs and souvenir sellers.

Mother Teresa has been like 'God' for me: Cured cancer patient
Mother Teresa has been like 'God' for me: Cured cancer patient

A 50-year-old woman, whose "miracle" cure from cancer was instrumental in the 2003 papal recognition that the nun has entered heaven, says the Nobel laureate has been more of a god for her for the past 17 years.

Machine guns, no-fly zone guard pope's opening of Holy Year
Machine guns, no-fly zone guard pope's opening of Holy Year

Tens of thousands of Roman Catholics backed up for blocks at the Vatican on Tuesday for the strictest security checks in living memory as Pope Francis began a Holy Year with a call to set aside "fear and dread".

Resist `fear of others`, Pope says in strife-torn Central African Republic

In an address at the presidential palace shortly after landing in the capital Bangui, the 78-year-old pontiff called for unity and to avoid "the temptation of fear of others, of the unfamiliar, of what is not part of our ethnic group, our political views or our religious confession."

Pope prays for strife-torn Burundi

Pope Francis prayed for peace in the troubled central African nation of Burundi on Saturday and an end to months of strife that has sparked fears of renewed civil war.

Pope honours Ugandan martyrs on Africa tour

Vast crowds of Ugandans greeted Pope Francis on Saturday as he honoured Christians martyred for the faith on the second leg of a landmark trip to Africa, which he dubbed "the continent of hope".

Huge crowds cheer as Pope arrives in Uganda

Pope Francis arrived in Uganda on Friday on the second leg of a landmark trip to Africa which has seen him railing against corruption and poverty, with huge crowds celebrating his arrival.

Trafficking in natural resources fuels instability, terrorism: Pope

Pope Francis on Thursday urged global action against illegal trafficking of blood diamonds, ivory and other natural resources, saying it caused political instability and "terrorism".

Catholic bishops send consensus report to Pope as synod ends
Catholic bishops send consensus report to Pope as synod ends

Catholic bishops on Friday wrapped up a divisive synod on the family by submitting a 'consensual' report to Pope Francis.

Christians must move with times: Pope

Christians must adapt as times change, protected by their unwavering faith in Jesus, Pope Francis has said.

Pope urges 'no to hatred and revenge' in Holy Land

Pope Francis called on Sunday for those caught up in violence in the Holy Land to have the "courage and fortitude to say no to hatred".

Pope turns bishops' attention to family crises in Mideast

The bishops' meeting is discussing how to better minister to families facing issues big and small.

US should reject hostility to immigrants, Pope Francis tells Congress

 Pope Francis told Congress on Thursday that the United States should reject a "mindset of hostility" to immigrants, directly addressing a thorny subject that is dividing the country and stirring debate in the 2016 presidential campaign.

Rally, strike, vigil greet Pope in Washington

 A 13-day bus trip by US nuns seeking to "bridge the divide" between rich and poor comes to an end Tuesday in Washington, where Pope Francis will kick off his US visit.

Pope ends Cuban trip with address to families, heads to US

Pope Francis was ending his visit to Cuba on Tuesday with a Mass at the country's most revered shrine and a pep talk with families before flying north to Washington for the start of his US tour.

Pope meets Fidel Castro after mass on iconic Havana square

Pope Francis met with Fidel Castro on Monday at the Cuban revolutionary leader's home in Havana after an outdoor mass attended by hundreds of thousands of people on the city's iconic Revolution Square.

Crowds pack Havana`s Revolution Square for Pope`s mass

 Catholic faithful and fans of Pope Francis crowded into Havana`s iconic Revolution Square Sunday to hear the Argentine pontiff give mass, the highlight of his trip to Cuba.

Pope Francis feels 'used' by fake friends

Pope Francis says he has felt "used" by people claiming to be his friend since he became pontiff, in a radio interview touching on the personal side of his papacy.

Vatican legal adviser questions pope's annulment reform

 An adviser to the Vatican's high court has warned that Pope Francis' new reform of the church's marriage annulment process raises serious legal questions and could lead to "crises of conscience" for even happily-married Catholics.