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Scrap attendance, save education

Higher education in our country is in disarrayRead More...

Killing a country’s ecology

The future of the Himalayas and its rivers are at stakeRead More...

Indians’ obsession with fair skin

My sister is a PhD from Germany. Nobody wants to marry her. The reason will make you sick.Read More...

How Pope Francis awakened CNN anchor’s faith

I remember the day I stopped praying. It was the day after my little brother, Jimmy, died of cancer. He was 25. I was so angry at God. I ...Read More...

On Good Friday, remind India about forgiveness

Many have been baffled by the calm and peaceful reaction of Christians to physical attacks and vicious tirades demonizing the communityRead More...

Easter is running into the unexpected

The first century events that are recalled at Easter are filled with people being met by the unexpectedRead More...

ISIS needs ‘Assisian‘ responses, not sniping crusades

Re-communing with the divorced world of youths is a priority task for next October’s second Synod on FamilyRead More...

Being Christian in India

Those screaming ‘conversion’ should know that even all the might of the British Raj could not succeed in enticing a serious number of Hindus into the flockRead More...

Citizens are not beggars

Unfortunately in India both bureaucrats and politicians live in ivory towers, beyond the pale of the common manRead More...

English knit India together

I have been provoked enough to write this, provoked by this piece by novelist Aatish Taseer, “How English ruined Indian Literature” in The New York Times. I need to ...Read More...
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