AICU

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AcronymDefinition
AICUAdult Intensive Care Unit
AICUAll India Catholic Union (religious organization)
AICUAssociazione Italiana Carlo Urbani (Italian: Italian Carlo Urbani Association; humanitarian foundation)
AICUAnimal Intensive Care Unit
AICUAdvanced Intensive Care Unit
AICUAdvanced Interface Control Unit
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My good friend, Dr Remy Denis, also a former National President of the All India Catholic Union, often said that the laity is like the players on the field, while the clergy/ hierarchy are like the coaches/ umpires.
According to Dolphy D'Souza, a Christian leader and former National Vice-President of the All India Catholic Union, highly reliable sources in the government have brought this factor the attention of the community.
Secretary General of All India Catholic Union, John Dayal, said that he was shocked to hear woeful tales from every Kashmiri.
It was incredible to see Catholic nuns, Protestant pastors, civil society activists, and others singing Christian songs of liberation within the police station," said John Dayal, president of the All India Catholic Union and secretary general of the All India Christian Council.
We are pressing the federal government to introduce a bill in India's Parliament to restore rights to Dalit Christians," says Dr John Dayal, president, All India Catholic Union.
Among the more than 100 signers of the statement are the presidents of the All India Catholic Union and the All India Christian Council, and the General Secretary of the Evangelical Fellowship of India.
having produced three National Presidents of the All India Catholic Union in the recent past, even though the State has but a miniscule 1:160 Catholics of India.
John Dayal, president of the All India Catholic Union, a lay group, said that family planning must be voluntary.
Kanpur -- The All India Catholic Union (AICU) applauded a decision by the Indian Supreme Court to order the protection of witnesses in trials of Hindus who attacked Muslims in the spring of 2003.
President of the All India Catholic Union John Dayal states: " In India, possibly elsewhere, all religions including Hinduism and Christianity have become increasingly focused on material issues, institutions and trappings of power.
John Dayal, president of the All India Catholic Union, reacting to a call from Hindu fundamentalists for Hindu couples to produce more than three children--suggesting a dozen sons per family--to sustain their religious majority
My former experience as the National President of the All India Catholic Union makes me say that the answer is a firm "No".
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