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Cry for gender equality in India

By Sudha Varghese The world is very complicated or rather it is made very complicated. Until women achieve equality in her family, in society, and in the whole system ...Read More...

Rewriting history

A rewriting of history, a rewriting of text books, means that the rewriting of the Constitution is but one step awayRead More...

India needs no Rasputins

By Sujata Anandan The interference of men of religion in the political affairs of various states is neither new nor unique to India or the present government in the ...Read More...

Being on the outside

Rome: Gayatri Lobo Gajiwala and her sister Nivedita were two young Indians who addressed the March 8 Voices of Faith meet in Rome on the occasion of the International ...Read More...

Failed state’s knee jerk reaction to lynching

By Dr. George Jacob Kochi: Just the other day, a group of 10-15 people in Kerala apprehended Madhu, a tribal youth who was accused of stealing rice from a ...Read More...

Challenge to the Indian Catholic Press

Fr. Cedric Prakash SJ* A few days ago a twenty-seven year old poor Adivasi youth was lynched by a mob in the Palakkad District of Kerala for apparently robbing ...Read More...

Here’s winking at you, Priya Varrier

The Supreme Court on February dismissed petitions against songRead More...

Why did India deny Australian radio legend visa?

Ramachandra Guha In the eyes of our media, ties between India and Australia are mostly defined by cricket. Yet many other things bring the two countries together. Both were ...Read More...

Iron hand needed to end Bihar’s groom kidnapping

The Nitish Kumar-led Janata Dal (United) government is badly trying to take Bihar out from the ‘dark ages,’ but the state’s police is sure to give a cultural shock ...Read More...

Pope Francis on 10 socio-moral issues today

Some confused, curious, or rather higgledy-piggledy Catholic and non-Catholic millennials have raised the following issues quite persistently since 2013, the year the charismatic Pope Francis became 265th successor of ...Read More...
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