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Religious extremism not part of Bengali culture: Cardinal

In an interview with BenarNews, the man recently appointed by Pope Francis as the first-ever Catholic cardinal in Muslim-majority Bangladesh spoke of the country’s tolerant traditions and the importance ...Read More...

On mission to piece peace together

Over 300 delegates from 18 states discussed various dimensions of peaceRead More...

Rising from Earth

Elegance and grandeur in pottery makingRead More...

Hair-raising hope

Premi Mathew was among 34 people awarded in Dubai for outstanding contribution in healthcareRead More...

Bliss and bane of retirement

There are two models of retirement: (a) one in which an employee is declared obsolete and (b) the other, in which an employee becomes free to stretch his hands ...Read More...

Indians will soon lose out in West: Nun principal

By Santosh Digal Mumbai: Sister Zarina Joseph, principal of a prestigious school in Mumbai, warns that Indians will be less sought after in the West in less than a ...Read More...

‘I’m Possible’: Shyam Prasad

By: Smitha George Kannur: For the staunch optimist the word, ‘impossible’ can also be read as ‘I’m possible’ . They make seemingly impossible things possible with their dedication and ...Read More...

My experience at UN as NGO

The core values and the international characters of UN always draw me Read More...

The bond of water

The saga of Rajendra SinghRead More...

Time to develop integral pedagogy for inter-dependent world

By Sunny Jacob, SJ New Delhi: Father George Pattery heads more than 4,000 Jesuits, who work in South Asia, the largest segment in the Society of Jesus. He was ...Read More...
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