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Remembering Mother Teresa on her 21st death anniversary

Nabanita Dutta

News Editor

The world remembers the blue and white-robed Nobel peace winner missionary Mother Teresa on her 21st death anniversary. She was born in Macedonia in 1910 and at the age of 16, she became a nun. She was granted Indian citizenship in 1951 after moving to Calcutta in 1929 and started 'Missionaries of Charity' in the year 1946. UN General Assembly has designated her death anniversary as the 'International Day of Charity'.