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Unusual encounter with death

Valson Thampu It is now a year since Paul Kalanithi’s When Breath Becomes Air was published (February 2016). Not surprisingly, it has made its way into the Booker list ...Read More...

Time to return Father Abu’s kindness

We have to follow his example and support our brothers and sistersRead More...

It can get worse than this. But should it?

It is time to express uncompromising disapproval of this national slurRead More...

A veiled threat

In India, Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs and Parsis,, both male and female, cover their heads and remove their footwear while worshippingRead More...

Inflection point in Tamil politics

The people of Tamil Nadu deserve a better fare. If their leaders do not give it to them, they could begin to help themselves.Read More...

Love walking in the rain

By Fr Cedric Prakash sj* Amman, the capital of Jordan, is a wonderful city complete with history, tradition and modernity. Amman, however on a very cold (temperature less than ...Read More...

Journey to know the Shepherd

By Shalet Babu ‘I want to be a Neurologist…’ – These were the words, written with determination, on the walls of the room of a 7th grade girl. As ...Read More...

Love can overcome hatred, anger

By Sasha Almeida My name is Sasha Almeida and I am a 28 year old female Canadian who has lived a privileged life compared to the suffering others have ...Read More...

Set the present right before correcting history

Where are these people so concerned about history, when the present is being bruised and torn-apart as much as the victims?Read More...

My Mind: How to piece peace together

Michael Gonsalves Varghese Alengaden, a Catholic priest from Indore, is “possessed by peace.” His latest peace building mission is to persuade the Bharatiya Jananta Party-led Modi government to create ...Read More...
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