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Despite broken hearts, prisoners dare to smile

By Matters India Reporter Raipur: Despite broken hearts, prisoners in Raipur Central Jail, smile, says a Catholic nun. “My idea of prisoners was changed by visiting them regularly. Formerly ...Read More...

When Carnatic music calls a nun

Wearing her veil, congregation’s uniform and sporting a calm smile, Sr Linet Antony SKD would match anyone’s concept of a Christian nun. But once the Kannur native gets on ...Read More...

‘Our fingers bleed’: India’s female miners toil over sandstone export

In Bhilwara district, in the northern Indian state of Rajasthan, sandstone slabs form a makeshift fence around a field, marking the boundaries of a temporary worksite. In the centre, ...Read More...

Why many women in India refuse water during a heatwave

By Pooja Chhabria The sun is at its peak, the heat in the high 40s Celsius. In an urban slum in India’s capital Delhi, Mona  ...Read More...

Glowing tributes paid to Apostle of Arunachal

“Prem Bhai preached forgiveness and understanding to everyoneRead More...

Crown princes of the Goan soil

Karachi’s Joseph Coutts was among 14 new cardinals to be created from around the world on Thursday and when Pope Francis presented him with the red hat, he became ...Read More...

Jharkhand gangrape and Jesuit’s arrest

By P. A. Chacko On June 19 some armed men wearing masks abducted at gunpoint the members of a street play team at Kochang village in Khunti district (South ...Read More...

Celebrating the goddess who bleeds

Kamakhya, atop Nilachal Hills in Guwahati, is one of 51 shaktipeeths or seat of Shakti followersRead More...

Jharkhand tribal village gets first matriculate

None of the girls from the village had ever appeared for the board examination earlierRead More...

Sixty years serving the Lord in Jharkhand hinterlands

Diamond jubilee of Ursuline Sister Benigna VadassseriRead More...
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