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Rajasthan villagers ready to die opposing land for airport

By Saramma Emmanuel Ajmer: Sangram Singh is a worried man today. He does not know where to go with his 70-member joint family after his almost 500–year-old ancestral property ...Read More...

Reaching down to lift up

By: Sr Dorothy Adaha FSP “There is no better exercise for the heart than reaching down and lifting people up,” said, the famous author.This is exactly what these nuns ...Read More...

Catholic religious told to rebel against oppression, marginalization

The call of a Dalit is neither life-defeating, nor life-negating but life-promoting and life-affirmingRead More...

Velsao-Pale: A Place to rest in tranquility

By : Isidore Domnick Mendis Unlike the hustle and bustle engulfing other coastal villages of Goa, Velsao-Pale in Mormugao taluka, comprising seven wards, is pacific in nature. Neither are ...Read More...

Museum for Kerala Christians’ classical art form

Muziris Heritage Project team meets St. Sebastian’s Forane Church priestRead More...

Young Indian farmers spice up market for organic Himalayan crops

Last year Sikkim was declared 100 percent organic by the Indian government, while across the country, organic farming is growing rapidly. Read More...

20-year crusade for cheap sanitary napkins

Arunachalam Muruganantham from Coimbatore is the inventor of a low-cost sanitary pad making machineRead More...

On pedal to protect environment

Anbu Charles has visited nearly 20 states and covered approximately about 60,000 km on his bicycleRead More...

Interfaith association to serve humanity, nature

By :Lissy Maruthanakuzhy Having completed twenty years of service among the poor and abandoned in 2016, Maher (Mother’s Love) Founded by Sr Lucy Kurien is starting  an Association  of ...Read More...

Appeal to Priyanka Gandhi: Heed our cries , heal our wounds!

By : Valson Thampu Dear Priyanka Ji, We are tribal women from Bastar. Sixteen of us were raped and brutalized last year. We are still waiting for justice. Together ...Read More...
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