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Delhi elections: Common man’s victory

No one needs a riot when there are jobs to be done and bills to be paidRead More...

Film certification turns saffron censorship

Guwahati – Moral policing, saffron censorship, ghar wapsi, vandalism by saffron ‘youth brigade’ and ordinance raj have become the order of the day in the ‘ache din’ promised by ...Read More...

Delhi election: Confident BJP takes on a cautious AAP

A survey states that the BJP will bag 37 seats, AAP 29 and the Congress could just manage upto 4 seatsRead More...

A story of exile, a story of betrayal

A first-hand account of how a family of Pandits left Kashmir and were unable to return home. January 19 marks the 25th anniversary of the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits ...Read More...

St Joseph Vaz – missionary par excellence

St Joseph Vaz should be the model for Christians who are now facing persecution in various formsRead More...

Conversion crusade: competing for people’s souls

Free India was born in a tumult of religious hatred. This, and the fact that this country is home to followers of almost every major religion, persuaded members of ...Read More...

Pope Francis has a chance to do some good in Sri Lanka

Rome – By the end of this week, headlines about Pope Francis’s Jan. 12-19 trip to Asia, the second since his election, are likely to focus mostly on the ...Read More...

Blasphemy and the law of fanatics

We should fight terrorism. But we should also fight the source of the problemRead More...

Lanka’s presidential election

But the political war awaitsRead More...

Reports on conversions: Half-baked half-truths

By not checking the ground reality, reports on conversions end up being sketchy and misleadingRead More...
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