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The cow seeks its independence

By Ladislaus L D’Souza Seventy years of independence from British rule! In the seven decades gone by India has achieved much to earn its place in the Sun. From ...Read More...

The world has lost a great friend

Fr M A Joe Antony, SJ On Sunday, 23 July 2017, the world lost one of its most faithful and helpful friends. So did I; so did many others ...Read More...

Manila statement on Modern Day Slavery

Final statement from the International Conference on Women Empowerment Against Modern Day SlaveryRead More...

Lessons from a freak incident

Humanity still livesRead More...

Breath of life from an unsung heroine

Dr. George Jacob At times of crisis, it is not degrees, embellishments or epaulettes that will save lives, but nerves of steel and presence of mind The anesthesia technician ...Read More...

Let’s talk to the Book

Ramesh Venkataraman This year marks the 1,000th birth anniversary of Ramanuja, the great Vaishnava theologian who reinvented and revitalised Hinduism, and the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s triggering of ...Read More...

Buddhist’s-journey to Catholic priesthood

By Sameer Nagrare Nagpur: “God so loved the world that he gave only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life (Jn 3:16). This ...Read More...

Snippets from Syria

A wealth of values that still thrives in the hearts and lives of the Syrian peopleRead More...

Gorkhaland agitation three decades apart

hristine Grace saw a busy tourist town turn into a garrison town within a monthRead More...

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...
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