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Impact of religion and culture on women’s empowerment

Andocentric and patriarchal interpretations have led to Indian women's disempowerment and second class statusRead More...

Gandhi and the Dalits

How far is the Mahatma relevant today to the Dalits’ struggle for equality and justice?The short answer is, not much.Read More...

Archbishop Justin Welby And Pope Francis want Christian unity

When Pope Francis and the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby join in prayer at vespers, or evening prayers, in San Gregorio al Celio church in Rome, this will mark ...Read More...

Pope challenges Jesuits, say South Asians

The Jesuits have a good rapport with Pope FrancisRead More...

What will the Jesuits do next?

They will elect a new leader next monthRead More...

Closing the floodgates of surrogates

As for the Catholic bishops, it is time that they became more sensitive to ground realities in the family, and involved the actual stakeholders in any process of legislationRead More...

Islam and Higher Education

Ilm (knowledge) is a frequently recurring word in the Quran, which shows its significance in the Islamic scheme of things. Its variants are also abundantly found in the holy ...Read More...

Mother Teresa’s revolutionary vision of Christianity

Her life illustrates how charity is a living flame that must be tended to everyday.Read More...

The charge of the cow brigade

The cow rakshak syndrome needs to be analysed and exposed as a threat to Indian democracyRead More...

National Education Policy (draft) -2016

Education is the best escape route from a life of poverty, particularly in the Indian context. Education brings with it improved health, the chance of prosperity, and hope for ...Read More...
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