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Media often overlooks world’s real leaders

By GEORGE CASSIDY PAYNE Mother Teresa once wrote: “The biggest disease today is not leprosy or tuberculosis, but rather the feeling of being unwanted, uncared for and deserted by ...Read More...

Paying the price

January 30 is the martyrdom day of Mahatma GandhiRead More...

Auschwitz Remembered

Fr Cedric Prakash Exactly seventy-three years ago on 27 January 1945,the Soviet Red Army liberated the Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camps in Poland. What was uncovered on that unforgettable winter morning ...Read More...

Temples, politics and leaders: From Nehru to Rahul

Ram Puniyani What should be the attitude of leaders’ visits to places of worship? The matter is very complex in a society like that of India where the hold ...Read More...

Tears of joy, but fears of ahoy

Amid the joy there are also words of caution ahoy; the dirty under belly of the other India Read More...

Why are Christians being attacked in India?

There is no open condemnation of hounding of the Christian community even as we acknowledge the existence of an indirect official sanction and backing of the police-politician nexusRead More...

Pope Francis is top world leader, who in India the Christian leader?

James Kottoor In the latest survey of world leaders done by Gallop international, which is usually about politicians in the secular world, the wonder of wonder is this: The ...Read More...

Holy men in unholy deals

Father Suresh Mathew “The next wave of attacks on the Church could be for financial irregularities,” Cardinal George Pell, Vatican’s Prefect of the Secretariat for the Economy, had said ...Read More...

‘Only Brahmins can defeat Brahminism’

Syed Firdaus Ashraf As a student of journalism in the early 1990s, I once attended a Dalit rally where speaker after speaker spoke about the atrocities Brahmins had unleashed ...Read More...

A Star, a Manger, a Babe

By Valson Thampu Fragmentation is the famine of life as we know it. Somewhere in the soul of every human being, the Wagnerian dome of life lies in smithereens. ...Read More...
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