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Voices of Faith: Combatting violence against women in India

Bringing the voices of Catholic women leaders from around the world to the heart of the Vatican is the goal of an event taking place on Wednesday to mark ...Read More...

Rachol’s unsung hero

In the times and in the society that we live in, there are rare moments when a hero emerges from nowhere and does a deed which does humanity proud. ...Read More...

Why is academia in turmoil?

Turbulence in academia means only one thing. Young minds are starving. Read More...

Women’s egalitarianism: key to social transformation

Gender inequalities perpetuate extreme poverty and economic disparitiesRead More...

Has demonetization gone awry?

Dr. George Jacob Prime minister Narendra Modi through an unscheduled television address to the nation at 8.15 pm on November 8, 2016 embarked on a tough decision to demonetize. ...Read More...

Devil’s own work in God’s Own Country

By Valson Thampu An actress is waylaid and molested. Sex, we are told, came in by the backdoor in this carefully scripted episode. The plot hinged on extortion. (As ...Read More...

Shurhozelie’s election and Naga politics

Nirendra Dev Neiphiu Rio had made a significant leap towards power in the state, but finally had to bow down to the political machinations of 81-year-old Shurhozelie, a seasoned ...Read More...

Universal basic income to all

Dr. Ambrose Pinto SJ In a world of growing global inequalities especially in wealthier countries a case has been made for universal basic income to all citizens. The proponents ...Read More...

Bread, butter, protection: Do our children get the best?

By : Melvil Pereira ‘Mankind owes to the child the best it has to give.’ Thus ends the preamble of the Declaration of the Rights of the Child, signed ...Read More...

Gap between government intent and delivery widens

Three suggestions to help change fundamentals in IndiaRead More...
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