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How farewell night turned into nightmare for Arunachal woman

I am a 25-year-old girl from Arunachal Pradesh and I have been living in Delhi for quite some time now. On 18 June, I had gone to meet my ...Read More...

Normalizing killing of Muslims

Hindu subconscious is being programmed to rationalize each killingRead More...

Centenary of Lay Pauline Cooperator

An Apostolate whose time has comeRead More...

Remembering People’s Judge of India

Bhagwati will remain in the hearts of judicial, legal and social activists of India and the worldRead More...

Eradicate torture now!

June 26 is designated by the UN General Assembly as the ‘International Day in Support of Victims of Torture,’Read More...

Mystic Mantra: Iftar and harmony

Many Muslims organise Iftars for the poor. They frequently perform other generous deeds towards people of other religions too.Read More...

Corpus Christi thoughts

It seems the Divine Healer and comforter works out of the box for the poor and sufferingRead More...

Doctors must have a caring touch

Famous doctor learned power of healing touch from Mother TeresaRead More...

Why does Kerala beef get North India’s goat?

BY CHARMY HARIKRISHNAN Cow is meat, not mother. For many Malayalis, this is the delicious, deep-fried truth. We swear by it as we wrap a piece of warm, flaky ...Read More...

Challenged dessert girl offers lessons in mothering, sharing

C.M. Paul Korr (Kenya) — A mentally challenged Kenyan tribal teenage girl surprised relief workers in Kaisut desert with practical lessons in mothering and sharing. Salesian Fr Jiji Kalavanal ...Read More...
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