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Return of British Raj to forest

It was first time in the Indian history, when the Indian State had officially accepted the historical injustice committed to the Adivasis and other forest dweller communities, and promised ...Read More...

The story of many lives lost to liquor

Across Bihar’s Nonia Tola, people claimed liquor was available at every nook and corner of the townRead More...

The real Olympics champions

Runners Abbey D'Agostino and Nikki Hamblin crashed in 5,000 metres. The two seemingly sacrificed any chance at an Olympic medal to help each other reach the finish line.Read More...

Young Kerala proves actions speak louder than words

Seeing little flags on sale at traffic signals, listening to patriotic speeches with numb ears, lazing around in a holiday mood; that pretty much sums up what Independence Day ...Read More...

Eat and buy to help homeless villagers

Help pours for the Assam flood victims; Jorhat hospital proves to be a great levellerRead More...

The Chennai woman who runs a Hindu crematorium

Traditionally, Hindu women do not visit a crematorium for the final rituals of their loved ones. But in the southern Indian city of Chennai, a 34-year-old woman has been ...Read More...

Best bro must gift toilet

164 of Jharkhand's total 4,562 panchayats have already been declared open defecation freeRead More...

Fear of failure shadows future

Rinpas counsels 15 youngsters every month, advocates outdoor activities to cushion exam stressRead More...

Catholic hospital recalls Bollywood legend’s rebirth

St Philomena’s Hospital conducted emergency surgery on the legendary actor 34 years agoRead More...

Jewel of India Award for Fr. Thomas Kalapura

A Salesian priest from Assam who has worked for over two decades with Mising community of Assam for their social and educational up-lift has been honoured with the Jewel of ...Read More...
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