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In the line of fire – from racists

By Sharon Verghis On a Wednesday evening at a local bar in Kansas, Indian software engineers Srinivas Kuchibhotla and Alok Madasani were chatting over their customary after-work whiskies. Another ...Read More...

The young women at United Nations CSW61

By: Justine Gitanjali Senapati, CSJ. The Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) is one of the major UN conferences. It was established in 1946 as a functional commission ...Read More...

“Don’t behave Gaiwkwadly”

Will you dare to question someone who oversteps you in the queue?Read More...

From crow to hawk

Citizens of India need to awaken to the reality that now the hawks are firmly in power, and threaten to be there for some time to comeRead More...

Muslims in UP: Adversity could be new blessing

By Valson Thampu The Uttar Pradesh government is following its election promises, as it should. Whether or not the voters of UP rooted for Yogi Adityanath, they did endorse ...Read More...

Catholic nuns of India’s toughest terrains

Only that deep faith in Christ and commitment to spread his message of liberty and freedom keep the missionaries goingRead More...

Lenten perspectives – 4: Jesus Christ as sinner-friendly

No disclaimers about what to do if your neighbor happens to be a “sinner”Read More...

Moral policemen and kisses of love

The so-called moralists tend to hibernate when women are attacked and killedRead More...

Another bud nipped in ‘God’s disowned country’

Legal emasculation must be considered in all seriousnessRead More...

Academia needs to be in dialogue with the times

Valson Thampu Professors are unsure if they constitute the intelligentsia. They are not even sure if they should. Should academia be responsive to the world beyond its small confines? ...Read More...
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