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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...

Meet the Catholic mother raising 15 children alone

By: Jack Valero When I get in touch with Rosa Pich by Skype during Holy Week, I discover that she is on holiday with 12 of her children in ...Read More...

No Catholic family need suffer privation, hunger or insecurity

Louis Menezes IAS (Retd) & Dr Premila Menezes It is a matter of anguish that with all the resources available to the Church, there should be a sizable number ...Read More...

Mother’s Day: A million thanks, Emilia !

By: Fr. Mervyn Carapiet Mother’s Day began in the United States in 1870. We owe it to Julia Ward Howe, the author of the Battle Hymn of the Republic. Initially it ...Read More...

Turning on the green lights

Chhotebhai (Third part of the trilogy “Seeing Red” and “Orange or Purple Caps”) We stop at a traffic signal when the light is red. It then turns to amber ...Read More...

Why Christians protest : Archbishop of Madras

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ Jesus, In the recent past, we have seen a steady rise in the number of protests and demonstrations across Tamil Nadu.     ...Read More...

Donate your organ and body joyfully

By James Kottoor None of us is permanent and absolute owners even of our own bodies and its parts, is the substance of Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi’s ruling, given ...Read More...

Orange or Purple Caps?

Chhotebhai Those familiar with the ongoing Indian Premier League would know that the orange cap is worn by the batsman scoring the maximum runs, and the purple one is ...Read More...
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