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Have our tribes become more important than our country?

Tribalism is humans’ default modeRead More...

Kerala on road to become ‘Cradle of Saints’

The tiny state of Kerala is on the road to becoming the ‘Cradle of Saints’ with 21 people in the Catholic Church awaiting canonization in the coming years. Canonisation, ...Read More...

An enigmatic forty days

Chhotebhai Some Christians of Kerala prefer to be called “Syrian Christians”. Others consider it a misnomer, and would rather be called “Thomas Christians”, because their forefathers were converted in ...Read More...

Unorganized Migrant Workers in India

By Sr. Rani Punnaserril HCM Migration patterns Migration patterns in India are increasingly reflecting the economic divide in the country, with more migrants over the last decade heading to ...Read More...

Dalits have rights to live in dignity as equal citizens

Today, Dalits are in dark time with anti-Dalit forces gaining grounds and seizing powersRead More...

Why is this deafening silence?

Paresh Malakar Almost everybody, except the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and its cohorts opposed the Citizenship Amendment Bill of 1955. And everybody also demanded that the Joint Committee on ...Read More...

Cardinal sin and capital loss

By chhotebhai Kanpur: This is about a cardinal, and his alleged capital sins. It is not about Cardinal Jaime Sin, the 30th archbishop of Manila (31/8/1928 – 21/6/2005) of ...Read More...

Five years of Pope Francis

By Christian Weisner (Note: The article below presents a birds eye-view of Pope Francis’ efforts during the 5 years of his pontificate to update his church.) “Only if the ...Read More...

Dalit vs Brahmin, Hindu vs Muslim: The failed anti-Modi narrative

By Sriram Ramakrishnan Rohit Vemula, Akhlaq Khan, Junaid Khan, Una…..What is common to all these names? All (except Una) were individuals and victims of unspeakable, horrible tragedies. Two were ...Read More...

Why Assam’s Maternal Mortality Rates are so high

GUWAHATI, February 17, 2018: Assam is at the bottom of the list with regard to maternal mortality rate(MMR) with a figure of 300 against the national average of 167, ...Read More...
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