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India gets five saints in eight years

Five of six Indian saints came within the last eight yearsRead More...

For 150 years, a guardian of faith

It was built in 1862 as a Protestant garrison churchRead More...

A mother’s struggle to keep sons ‘alive and kicking’

Kochi: Thirty-five-year-old Ruby S is the mother to two of Kerala’s most promising footballers – Midhun and Mijun Mathias, 15 and 13 years respectively. But her immediate concern is ...Read More...

Women who refuse to do India’s dirtiest job

Ranikumari Khokar is campaigning to end a caste-based practice that condemns women to cleaning human waste by handRead More...

Civil service officer beats blindness with vision

Patna boy pens fictional novel on hostility differently abled people faceRead More...

‘No idea can be anti-national’

“Shall we sit in the sun?” asks Arvind Krishna Mehrotra, pulling a garden chair behind him. An old nameplate bearing his late dentist father’s name is still fixed on ...Read More...

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...
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