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The bitter story behind the UK’s national drink

Assam : Several of Britain’s biggest tea brands, including PG Tips, Tetleys and Twinings, have said they will work to improve the tea estates they buy from in India ...Read More...

Mixed marriages challenge Asian families

The new trend is the result of the technological revolution of recent years that has brought drastic changes in how young people form relationshipsRead More...

Indian nuns discuss how attacks, rapes affect ministry

Despite the attacks and hardships, Catholic nuns say they have the satisfaction of doing something for people forsaken by othersRead More...

Horrid stories of human trafficking

Traded umpteen times by husbands, young moms want justiceRead More...

In Kerala, a drive for ‘blood money’ to save fellow villager

Kadakkal: A sleepy village near south Kerala’s Kollam district is bustling with activity these days as residents bear down to collect half a crore rupees in “blood money” through ...Read More...

In Madhya Pradesh, a school where language is not a bar

Alirajpur: Villagers of Kakrana, worried about the low literacy rate of the people living here who are mainly tribal, have come up with a school which teaches children in ...Read More...

Fantasy land continues to charm

Nepal is a fairy-tale land of stunning beauty, monuments of architectural marvel and forested hiking trailsRead More...

Why witches are still being beheaded in India

New Delhi — Three hundred years after the hysteria in Salem, in some places witch hunts are still terrifyingly real. Last week, a mob of 200 people in the Indian ...Read More...

Goa fest brings hope to childless couples

Cucumber is the offering at the festivalRead More...

Village where women thieves thrive and plan

Three women were arrested for theftRead More...
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