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Hundred years of Indira Gandhi

V R Raman She was imperious, she was shy; she was called a goongi gudiya but she became Ma Durga; she was the frail teenager who became India’s first ...Read More...

Embracing the Poor

By Fr. Cedric Prakash sj Pope Francis has invited all Catholics and in fact, all men and women of goodwill, to observe November 19 as the ‘World Day of ...Read More...

Married priests and missionary failure

Father Raymond J. de Souza It is not quite right to say that married priests are coming to the Catholic Church — they have been here for quite some ...Read More...

Hardik Patel shamed, morality saved!

The women of this country shouldn’t, blinded by political partialities, condone stratagems that dehumanize themRead More...

I can breathe!

Pollution in Delhi and the rest of North India has become an issue because it hurts everyone, those who pollute and those who do notRead More...

Development as maya and moha

Man makes God to stay confined to churches, temples, mosques so that he can claim the rest of the earth as his free-hold Read More...

A party with a difference

The difference lies in BJP’s consummate, unmatched ability to turn words into scintillating substitutes for deedsRead More...

Chhatt honors father Sun, reveres women priests

Environmentalists claim that Chhatt is the most eco-friendly Hindu festivalRead More...

Taj Mahal and a silly nation lost to irrelevance

India would become a laughing stock among nations as it seems scared of historyRead More...

Forget not the least of the last

Embrace a voluntary salary freeze until minimum justice is done to the unorganized laborersRead More...
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