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‘Kung Fu nuns’ cycle to India for women’s empowerment

Nepal's 'Kung Fu nuns' are Buddhist nuns who grow up learning the martial art.Read More...

Honor killings passed off as suicides in Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu witnessed 98 honor killings in the past three years that were covered up as suicidesRead More...

Salesian builds girl power, brick by brick

Eleven girls have formed six companies, specialize in building modular kitchens and modern baths in apartment blocks in West BengalRead More...

Tears and hope on same bus from Bangla

Changrabandha — Leaving home can be exciting, but also heartbreaking. Both the emotions Thursday found voice when the first group of enclave residents crossed over from Bangladesh to Cooch Behar. ...Read More...

Love in the time of intolerance

Bokaro: If it had been a village, a khap panchayat may have convicted them to death for falling in love. If it had been a metro, there might have been ...Read More...

Muslim prisoner uses soaps to craft beautiful idols of Hindu gods

Agra: Firoz Khan alias Bunty, a hardened criminal who has been awarded life imprisonment in a kidnapping case and is presently lodged in Agra central jail, has proved that anything ...Read More...

‘Medicine man’ brings pills to the poor

New Delhi: It’s early morning but already “Medicine Baba” Omkarnath Sharma is pounding the pavement in one of New Delhi’s upscale neighbourhoods, collecting the wellheeled’s leftover pills, capsules and ...Read More...

70 rupees a day earner runs an orphanage and a school

Kolkata : He travels more than 150 kms a day to earn 2,000 rupees per month, working in a social organization. He has almost hit the age of retirement. ...Read More...

Priests from persecuted land serve global Church

Their faith was tested by fire during the Kandhamal violenceRead More...

A picture of communal harmony

Berhampur: Simanbadi, a panchayat headquarter in Kadhamal district s Daringibadi block shows rare communal harmony while celebrating the Dusshera festival. Sadhu Nayak, a Christian and the president of the ...Read More...
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