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To be Dalit and woman in India today

More young and educated Dalit women will bring freshness to academics, politics and governance Read More...

Kovind Who?

By chhotebhai Kanpur: Until a few days ago most of India would have said this. Who is Ramnath Kovind, the BJP nominee for the President of India? Now we ...Read More...

How Bengali language derailed peace in Darjeeling

The Mamata Banerjee government provoked the Gokha Janmukti Morcha Read More...

Justice and non-violence: Where does the Church stand?

Constructively critiquing and engaging with institutions that heavily influence a people’s thoughts and actions is always useful. In the Naga context, the Church assumes a foundational position which makes ...Read More...

Real freedom of religion

By Swami Agnivesh To help India, contemporary spiritualism must break the shackles on its own soul Religion is our strength — and weakness. Religion serves as a beacon of ...Read More...

Skewed ‘nationalism’ has Indian democracy gasping for civility

Dr. George Jacob On June 7, Sitaram Yechury, the 64-year old General Secretary of the CPI (M) and Member of Parliament was on the third floor of the AK ...Read More...

Thrashing our environment

By Fr. Cedric Prakash, SJ On expected lines, President Donald Trump has done it! In a major speech in Washington on June 1, Trump told the world that he ...Read More...

Two different daughters of India

Jyoti Singh and Bilkis Bano were brutalized and gangraped. What happened to them holds a mirror to the darker side of our societyRead More...

Women students forced to take examination without inner wear

Dr. George Jacob NEET exam (the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, or NEET-UG is an entrance examination in the country for students who wish to study any graduate medical ...Read More...

Monsignor George Veliparambil: Pioneer and veteran journalist

By Fr. Varghese Paul, SJ Ahmedabad: An era in journalism, especially in the Catholic Church, came to an end when Fr. George Veliparambil, former Managing Editor of the Kerala ...Read More...
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