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Emancipation from moneylenders through paddy cultivation

Men, women and children lined up to watch me ride the bicycle.Read More...

It’s saffron, saffron and more saffron in UP

By: Mohit Dubey Lucknow: In Uttar Pradesh, every change in government inevitably comes with a change in — well, colour. And in “Yogi Raj” the colour is assertively saffron: ...Read More...

Priest gifts 1000th house on ordination silver jubilee

Fr Kannanthanam began his housing mission from the day of his ordinationRead More...

Racist attacks – Will African students shun India?

Maina Waruru Following what are widely regarded as racist attacks on Nigerian students in India in March, there are concerns that the violence could contribute to making the country ...Read More...

Prostitution — Silchar’s booming business

By Swapnaneel Bhattacharjee April 21, 2017: Even as the government has taken various initiatives to prevent trafficking of women in the country, the existence of an organised red-light area ...Read More...

Quarter century of educating Arunachal’s remotest villages

The first school was a bamboo shed with no electricity or running waterRead More...

Quenching Christ’s thirst through counseling

Lissy Maruthanakuzhy Sr. Lissy Vallippalam became a counselor in 2003 when she left teaching to join a retreat center in Kerala, southern India. Since then, the 61-year-old member of ...Read More...

Odisha’s new Catholic converts ready for martyrdom

Chandrika Digal and two sons became Catholics on April 12Read More...

Vocational skills training in India

By: Santosh Digal. Bangalore-based Functional Vocational Training and Research Society (FVTRS) is a broad framework for Vocational Training for the benefit of the unorganised sector in India. It was ...Read More...

Girl “Mowgli” found in Uttar Pradesh

She resembles Mowgli of The Jungle BookRead More...
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