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“He never let me cry again”

Love as pure as their’s is very, very rareRead More...

Women religious strengthen Prison Ministry India

Philip Mathew Sr. Adele Korah met Felix Richa for the first time in 2005 inside a state prison in Bangalore, now Bengaluru, a southern Indian city. “I saw him ...Read More...

In volatile Kashmir, unemployment trumps fear as youth turn up for police jobs

Abhishek Saha Srinagar: He ran the race of his life, clocked a good time and qualified for the next round. But Bashir doesn’t want to be photographed nor does ...Read More...

Look at the facts of demonetisation, not politics

By Kaushik Basu It was six months ago, on November 8, that India hit the headlines the world over, with its sudden demonetisation. It was announced in the evening ...Read More...

A solemn reminder to the country’s first war of independence

May 10, 2017, the 160th anniversary of the revolt of 1857, is a historic day for Bareilly’s Free Will Baptist Church. Standing opposite the Bareilly club, the structure houses ...Read More...

Mo Naga is on a mission to revive traditional Indian tattoo culture

By Jenny Thingshung Mo Naga was studying to become a fashion designer at the National Institute of Fashion Technology in Hyderabad, when he stumbled upon the dying art of ...Read More...

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...
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