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How Jhumri Telaiya became legend

Jhumri Telaiya’s fondness for radio music is inextricably tied to the village’s economic historyRead More...

Secrecy over clergy abuse standards causes confusion in India

By Jose Kavi New Delhi: Three months after India’s theologians and Catholic religious pressed a congress of bishops to act aggressively against a wave of sex abuse cases involving ...Read More...

A different love story

Chellamma Antharjanam died July 11 aged 94Read More...

Goa parishes ring ‘Ave Maria’

Margao: Over 70-odd churches and chapels across Goa have installed musical bells, called ‘Pulsator’, that chime the popular hymn of ‘Ave Maria’ (dedicated to Our Lady) at specific hours ...Read More...

“Father of Shahpur’s orphan girls” no more

Father Jack cared for orphan girls Read More...

‘I rest in Nature’ project to greenify graveyards

Amritsar: A noble project to ensure a natural resting places for those who have passed on has been launched as a collaborative venture between the Diocese of Amritsar, WWF ...Read More...

Differently-abled on relentless mission

Every year his 21 beneficiaries are paraplegic, visually-impaired, deaf or mute beneficiaries – aged between 24 and 4Read More...

Ramzan turns Kerala into a foodies’ paradise

Every year, during Ramzan, certain areas turn into food joints in every city and town across Kerala. We take a stroll along some of them. The holy month of ...Read More...

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...
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