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Missionary of Mercy from Indian Salesians

Pope has sent forth 1,000 Missionaries of MercyRead More...

Garo women asked to return to weaving

Selsella: Meghalaya chief minister Mukul Sangma today inaugurated a common facility centre-cum-handloom production unit in this town in West Garo Hills in a bid to provide local weavers an ...Read More...

Village forms ‘ hargila army’

Dadara: It’s an army without arms. “Armed” with the commitment to conserve greater adjutant storks, 14 women self-help groups of Dadara village in Kamrup district have formed a ” ...Read More...

Gospel of the doughty Thomas

On April 4, 1579, a young Englishman named Thomas Stephens boarded the Laurenco, a ship sailing to India, at Lisbon, Portugal, clinging to his most precious possession: his faith. A ...Read More...

From child labourers, girls turn into hockey players

Student captaining Bengal Under-14 team wants to become policewomanRead More...

‘Tea lady’ inspires people to give up opium cultivation in Arunachal

The foray of a resident of a village in Arunachal Pradesh into tea plantation inspired scores of people in the area to follow her example with many of them ...Read More...

2 billion meals for schoolkids, this IITian shows the way

Bengaluru: Its 12 noon at the government school in DJ Halli, northeast Bengaluru. Hundreds of little faces are fixed on the van that has carried their lunch. For 15 ...Read More...

Caring for ostracized community

Thundathil, an Augustinian nun, set up the enclave for leprosy patients at Sendhwa, a village in Barwani district in the central Indian state of Madhya PradeshRead More...

Serving god through education

Charismatic priest CR Prabhu looks back at 50 golden yearsRead More...

Clean leads to safe, a coke plant shows the way

Coal town entrepreneur to get award on R-Day for green initiatives at Govindpur factoryRead More...
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