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A day in the life of India’s ‘tuberculosis warrior’

On world tuberculosis (TB) day, public health specialist Chapal Mehra describes the work of Dr Zarir Udwadia, who has been working tirelessly to fight the disease in its often ...Read More...

Kerala yoga model to be adopted by 500 Indian villages

Jeemon Jacob Thiruvananthapuram: The Kunnamthanam village in Pathanamthitta district of Kerala, ruled by Communist Party of India- Marxist (CPI-M), has learned that practicing yoga helps people to check lifestyle ...Read More...

How Islam, Christianity and Hinduism View Living Will and Passive Euthanasia

New Delhi: The Supreme Court may have paved the way for passive euthanasia in terminal cases by allowing ‘living wills’, but in a country where religious ramifications hang heavy ...Read More...

Church brings relief during Kerala’s hot summer

By Meenakshy Menon Kochi: Kadannu varu kadannu varu, sambharam kudikku’, (Come in and have buttermilk). This phrase can be heard spoken loudly near the CSI Immanuel Cathedral near Marine ...Read More...

The audacity to start anew

Pushpanjali speaks about her inter-caste love marriage as if it is a living storyRead More...

Rehabilitation homes help social integration of cured mentally ill

Snehakkoodu is the first co-ordinated, centralised facility that has been set up with the state government’s involvement.Read More...

Bihar grooms go all out to save environment

Patna: A task that should have been initiated at the level of the government or NGOs operating in the region is being implemented by grooms. Grooms in Bihar have ...Read More...

Treat women as equal citizens: Activist nun

By Santosh Digal Sister Cynthia Mathew, a member of the Congregation of Jesus, is working as NGO representative at United Nations, New York, since November 2017. Earlier, she practiced ...Read More...

Life of Indian street children

With the sun perched firmly above his head, 10-year-old Shahjahan is busy scrounging for bottles and plastic on the top of the several metres high Ghazipur landfill site. He ...Read More...

When a meal is more than food: Sisters in India deliver hope to the elderly

Saji Thomas Kanta Parbat Makwana had only stories of rejection and hopelessness to tell until members of a congregation of Catholic nuns entered her life. The 90-year-old Hindu widow ...Read More...
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