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Four degrees in hand, he still cleans Mumbai’s sewers

Mumbai: Sunil Yadav does not believe in heaven and hell. But he knows what hell feels like “Narak” is the word he uses to describe what it was like ...Read More...

India, top steriliser of women, needs new contraceptive ideas

Eighty-five percent of India’s family planning budget is used to promote and conduct sterilisations on women, the head of a prominent charity said on Friday, calling for more funds ...Read More...

Rapes in Tihar: Silence Is the Key

New Delhi — It seems being forced to keep mum despite being sexually assaulted has turned into a bitter reality for many inmates in Tihar Jail. Authorities at Tihar, ...Read More...

Where Pope Francis is unpopular

Pope shuns a luxurious papal retreatRead More...

Meet the nun on a mission to purify Spanish politics

Madrid — A Spanish nun with a social conscience would ordinarily be expected to help underprivileged children in her community, or perhaps do missionary work in the developing world. ...Read More...

A sanitary problem

An average woman throws away about 150kg of mostly non-biodegradable absorbents every yearRead More...

Caste Aside

Story of a group of people surviving on the marginsRead More...

Kolkata’s Chinese churches stand test of time

Kolkata Municipal Corporation and the tourism department have joined hands with a Singapore-based organization to revive Old ChinatownRead More...

Ashiyana: Bengaluru’s old age home

It all started with a desire to help an aged acquaintanceRead More...

Archbishop’s anguished cry for help

Archbishop Jean-Clement Jeanbart heads the Melkite Archdiocese of Aleppo, Syria. His words are somber, yet scream out for hope and help for his suffering people.Read More...
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