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Begum Sumru’s colorful life

By Nilima Pathak Nestled away in a small Indian town, a church attracts tourists eager for a glimpse into the life of a remarkable 18th-century woman. Sardhana is a ...Read More...

Malaysian bishop searches roots in Kerala

Bishop Sebastian Francis' family came from Thrissur in KeralaRead More...

Saharanpur’s new schools raise Dalit hopes

Violence in June seems to overshadow the Bhim Army’s grassroots education project for DalitsRead More...

Dhyan Kutir — Inter-Spiritual-Dialogue Point

Dhyan Kutir provides a place for interiority and integration in a world of conflictsRead More...

Noida’s “lioness” nun brings hope to rickshaw pullers

By Rita Joseph Noida: An unusual commotion outside her school in 2005 brought Sr. Celine Arikkat out of her principal’s office. What the Franciscan Clarist Congregation nun saw appalled ...Read More...

Life on hold for Myanmar’s Kachin women

The Kachin violence has displaced more than 100,000 peopleRead More...

Nun treats 3,000 babies with motor challenges

By Philip Mathew Thrissur: In early February, Sajeena Ahmed took her 7-month-old boy to a Catholic hospital in Thrissur, in the southern Indian state of Kerala, to meet Sr. ...Read More...

Toiling for a toilet

The 90-billion-rupee scheme aims to achieve an Open Defecation-Free (ODF) India before October 2, 2019Read More...

‘Golwalkar told Kurien that it was actually just politics’

Saba Naqvi Pushpa M. Bhargava is the founder-director of the Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB) in Hyderabad and is seen as the architect of modern biology in ...Read More...

Learning experience for tribal children at Podiyam

R.K. Roshni Thiruvananathapuram: At the forest check-post at Kottoor, nearly an hour-and-a-half from the city, Kingini, a tribal youngster who appeared for his higher secondary examinations this year, sits ...Read More...
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