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Going banana over bananas

Story of a distraught farmer who refused to give upRead More...

Girls break ‘silence’ to fight taboos around menstruation

Mumbai — When she first got her period, 20-year-old Rahenaz Sayed would often be ostracized in her own home. “My aunt would not allow me to sit on the ...Read More...

Maple Pine Farm: lodging with an independent mind

Such independent enterprises remain true to the environmentRead More...

Locals keep Delhi’s oldest orphanage running

Bacchon Ka Ghar was started by Hakim Ajmal Khan, legendary unani medicine practitioner, in 1891 in Daryaganj, DelhiRead More...

Assam doctor uses religion to propagate health

Ilias Ali has done more than 48,000 No Scalpel VasectomyRead More...

Rebuilding life with NGO help

Madhabi rebuilt life with the help of SAHAYRead More...

India fails to meet illiteracy rate reduction target

A new Unesco global education report  says India could reduce illiteracy rate only by 26 percentRead More...

The ‘angel’ among the garbage-pickers

Amid the filth and despair of Cairo’s worst slums, a middle-class ‘lady in white’ feels called by God to protect the children who must sort rubbish to stay aliveRead More...

Muslim Actor: ‘It’s An Honor to Play Jesus’

From Jeffrey Hunter and Max von Sydow to Robert Powell and Willem Dafoe, the actors who play Jesus have been strikingly European, ethnically speaking. Even Campus Crusade’s Jesus movie, ...Read More...

Sexual violence: A collusion of silence & suppression

During a recent youth retreat 15 girls shared they were sexually abused by friends and relativesRead More...
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