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The lonely struggle of India’s anti-nuclear protesters

Women are leading protests in Tamil Nadu state against a power plant – yet few people in India know the village they’re from, let alone support their causeRead More...

Dancing away from drugs

In a matter of minutes, a flash mob pops up and melts into the bowels of Sarai Kale Khan village, a slum in front of a bus terminal by ...Read More...

Traffickers in India turn 300,000 children street beggars

Around 40,000 children are abducted in India every year, of which at least 11,000 remain untracedRead More...

Isolated soldiers on Indo-China border invent new saints for protection

Indian army enlisted man Jitender Singh Sehrawat has had a few close calls. When lightning tore through the roof of his bunker at a high-altitude post on the Chinese ...Read More...

‘Loretta’ takes cue from 200-year-old Goan ‘tiatr’

Over 200 years, Goa's tiatr has taken many shapes, addressed many more issues Read More...

Superstitions plague modern Meghalaya

SHILLONG: Superstition kills! This very notion which is still very much prevalent in certain pockets of the state has for the past few years instilled a sense of insecurity, ...Read More...

Nazareth nun aids Wayanad’s indigenous people

By providing legal aid, Sister Joicy now helps many tribal families to find their dignity and rights in society.Read More...

Renowned Asian social apostle dies

Panaji: Hundreds of people on May 17 attended the funeral of Father Desmond de Souza, a liberal priest who gave a justice-driven face to the Asian Church. The Redemptorist ...Read More...

Plight of Kerala’s migrant laborers

Kerala has around 3 million migrant laborers Read More...

In praise of God: Life of musician nun

Nagpur: Music flows through the blood of most of the people from the ‘seven states’ of northeastern India. A Pauline Sister, Caroline Duia from the Khasi Hills of Meghalaya ...Read More...
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