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Mann Ki Baat: A Social Revolution on Radio

By: Rita Joseph “The Art Of Communication Is The Language Of Leadership.” Perhaps taking a cue from this author James Humes quote, Prime Minister Modi has used his oratorical ...Read More...

Ants Among Elephants

By: James Norton It should go without saying that India is a complicated place, a churning cauldron of languages, ethnicities, castes, and religions bubbling atop and throughout one another in ...Read More...

Book on Kandhamal Justice

By Purushottam Nayak Bhubaneswar: Bibhuti Pattnaik, eminent Odia writer on Jund 23 formally released the book “Kandhamal: Introspection of Initiative for Justice 2007-2015” written by noted Supreme Court lawyer ...Read More...

Chronicle of Mission Impossible

C.M. Paul Chronicling 40 years in the life of a religious institute province may sound frivolous to centenarian religious congregations and their provinces. However, the story of a small ...Read More...

Kandhamal: Whither Justice for Violence Victims?

by Ram Puniyani Kandhalmal: Introspection for Initiative for Justice 2007-2015 by Vrinda Grover and Saumya Uma; Media House and United Christian Forum Delhi; 2017. Violence is the bane of ...Read More...

Saint Teresa of Calcutta: A celebration of her life & legacy

By: Vangmayi Parakala Raghu Rai already has three books on Mother Teresa to his credit. The first was published in 1996, a year before her death, a second in ...Read More...

Walking with Pope Francis: Good News for Our Times

The Pope has a message of joy and hopeRead More...

Non-violence and peace-building in Islam

Reviewed by: Mohsin Khan Hardly a day passes without the media reporting some violent barbarity somewhere in the world being committed in the name of Islam. Today, there is ...Read More...

Siliguri girl’s book tells what trees can teach humans

Divided into nine parts, and free of any narrative baggage, How I Became A Tree could also be read from anywhere in betweenRead More...

‘Karukku’: Autobiography explores Tamil, Dalit and Christian Identity

Karukku is an autobiography that chronicles Bama’s life, from her childhood to her early adult life as a nun, and beyond. The book was originally written by her in ...Read More...
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