| ||Another controversy with elements of religion and location has erupted in New York City. On Thursday, the 100th birthday of Mother Teresa of Calcutta, protesters will converge on the Empire State Building. Its owners refused to illuminate the fabled tower in blue and white -- the colors of the simple spun cotton sari that the 'Saint of the Gutters' always wore -- to mark the centenary of her birth.
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