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Woman’s crusade against rape, misogyny in India

Srishti Bakshi wants to make India a safer place for womenRead More...

Vrindavan widows find solace in blue-jacket volunteers

Vrindavan: Abandoned by her family, an elderly and wrinkled woman lies crumpled on a hospital bed here, maggots falling off one of her decaying hands. The Ramakrishna Mission Hospital ...Read More...

Seva kitchen multiplies loaves in Nagpur hospitals

By Lissy Maruthanakuzhy Nagpur: A mother’s word can work miracles. Hundreds of people in Nagpur now vouch for that. Kushroo Poacha has provided food to thousands of patients and ...Read More...

Kerala ‘export’ on mission to world’s hotspots

Disney Tom Kochi: Despite brushes with captivity and death, priests from God’s Own Country continue to venture into remote, trouble-torn areas. At the Don Bosco Salesian House in Kochi, ...Read More...

South Asian congregations crusade against human trafficking

About 200 nuns from 63 congregations working in Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka are engaged in the crusadeRead More...

Searching for his path

Former India cricketer Vinod Kambli believes God has a purpose for him. He also wants to be a cricket coachRead More...

A dedicated fest for an iconic church

Suresh Moona Shivajinagar is where thousands of people belonging to different faiths, converge on September 8 every year. They all congregate to celebrate with all veneration, devotion and jubilation, ...Read More...

Indians travel more for religious reasons: survey

‘Social’ travel accounts for nearly 86% of all overnight travel; travel for purposes of religion is a distant second, show NSSO survey data.Read More...

Karnataka: Reaching out to women who get left behind

Deepthi Sanjiv The newly set up journalism department of St Agnes College in Mangaluru is trying to reach out to women at work, who often go unnoticed. Laxmi Shenoy, ...Read More...

Benedictine promotes indigenous robes for liturgy

Simplicity of the vestments in the early days signified that the Church closely identified itself with the poorRead More...
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