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Rape-murder: Is there a way out?

Truth be told, none without a mother’s heart deserves to be acknowledged a man! Read More...

Rhetoric on development sounds hollow

Development without enlightenment is the opium of the massesRead More...

The anguish over long-term gain

By Valson Thampu Fifty years is a lot of time. Especially when it ripples with the suffering of savasaukarod (1.25 billion) people. It is time that the basics of ...Read More...

Birthday of Swami Vivekananda: National Youth Day

BJP should not hide the real Swami VivekanandaRead More...

Off the mark

This is a response to Mark Zuckerberg's statement at Christmas timeRead More...

Media, elections and death of communication

General Elections 2014 was essentially a media election. Voters were incidental to itRead More...

India, the world’s second most unequal Country

By Ambrose Pinto SJ Bengaluru: In the midst of the hype that the country is moving into a superpower we are in the news again. But that news is ...Read More...

Remembering Father Felix Podimattam

He was a true disciple of Saint Francis of AssisiRead More...

Triple talaq is neither constitutional nor a Quranic form of divorce

By : Irfan Engineer  The observations of Allahbad High Court on Thursday stating that the Muslim personal law on triple talaq didn’t give unbridled authority to a Muslim male ...Read More...

Jayalalitha: A heart that beat for the poor and intellectuals

By: Dr KM Cherian I have known Dr. J. Jayalalithaa from 1988. When I started my career at Vijaya Hospital, we got a call from the CM’s office that ...Read More...
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