The principle of ‘speak truth, spare not’ was practiced by the journalists of the bygone era, without fear or favour.
The Journalists who speak truth to the power and stick their neck out may have to pay the price, and that price is heavy indeed.
As a policy, I do not sign online petitions ever since I read that such petitions are ways to gather email addresses of a large number of people for potential commercial use
Every year on October 2, India celebrates the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the nation and apostle of peace.
In a world where acts of selflessness and sacrifice often go unnoticed, the life of Sister Rani Maria stands as a shining example of unwavering devotion to service and compassion.
This is among the most outstanding films I watched recently. I caught a preview last week. It’s the true-to-life story of a young nun
What is in a name Mr. Modi? In the words of the Shakespearean muse, “What is in a name? That which we call a rose, by any other name would smell as sweet
We are in the vast arena of the universe. Vasudeiva Kudumbakom, the wide world is my home, is the motto. In this broad context and milieu we make our special reflection
As only about 12 percent people with hypertension in India have their blood pressure under control, there is no alternative to adopting
Read the headlines a few days ago; that one of those who had masterminded the 26/11 terrorist attack in Mumbai
Freedom of the Press is the most sacrosanct and is recognised by the judiciary, said Justice Sunil Thomas
Journalists are called to speak truth to the powerless against the powers that be, said Hon. Justice Devan Ramachandran of the Kerala High Court
After being in limbo for 27 years, the Women’s Reservation Bill was passed by both Houses of Parliament.
I don't hold a favourable view of monarchy; my faith lies in democracy, even with its imperfections.
A team from National CRI visited Manipur from 22nd to 28th August 2023. The team members were Sr. Elsa Muttathu, CRI National Secretary; Sr. Mary Scaria SCJM
The BJP is looking for new issues to target Christian minorities in south India as the Muslim card may not yield electoral dividends there.
The BJP, which till now apparently had no worthwhile agenda to encash during the ensuing crucial 2024 elections, must have shouted “EUREKA” soon after Udhaiyanidhi Stalin
Human trafficking is a grave institutional sin, and this blot ought to be wiped out for enjoying peace, justice, equality, fraternity, and liberty.
Look at your aquarium. See the fish constantly moving round-the-clock. Focus just on one as your selected friend; look at it every day for a few minutes
T’was friendly banter taking place twixt the new Parliament building and the old one, as they stood opposite each other,
In a historic event set to foster cross-cultural understanding and address shared social concerns, students from various educational institutions
As the G-20 Summit concluded in New Delhi on September 10, my wife and I, accompanied by our dear friend C G Daniel
The success of the G20 summit held in New Delhi would depend on the results it produced rather than the pomp and show that marked it
“G20 Summit 2023: Slums & Construction Sites Curtained, Dogs Captured In Delhi Ahead Of Dignitaries’ Visit”.
Antonio Guterres, the UN Secretary General, expressed his deep anxiety at the “rise of global mistrust”, growing destructive power in different parts of the world.
First, let’s set the record straight. As so compellingly argued by a friend in a recent article, the historic Chandrayaan-3
Two incidents of corporal punishment reported by the New Indian Express during the third week of September highlights how gratuitously some teachers misuse their power inside classrooms.
In hot climatic atmosphere we find many varieties of insects and flies. One kind of flies is called ‘bubble bee’
In a little over a week, the Jains will celebrate Kshamavani Parv, which means, “Forgiveness Day” .
Former Presidents in India are afforded the privilege of residing in a government house located in Delhi, complete with essential infrastructure and amenities.
BJP is now too well known for changing names of places/institutions/roads et al. Not so strangely, most of these brash changes
The coming together of 28 opposition parties on the same platform and the progress they have made in their efforts to give a tough fight to Narendra Modi in 2024
We are in for troubled times. Portentous events are happening. Not just reaching the moon in search of craters. Down here on earth the ground reality is getting more ominous.
Sunita Paite of Churachandpur of Manipur lamented, “Over 100 bodies of those killed in the violence are rotting in the mortuary of Churachandpur.
His visits reinforce that the Euro-centric Catholic Church has definitively and irreversibly blossomed into a global Church.
Renowned nineteenth century Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh is said to have remarked, “I never get tired of the blue sky”.
The world has been transformed totally. There is a new era of Artificial Intelligence which has already replaced humans with Robots.
We come across a number of realities on our way. Many of these we are aware of, but many things we are not aware, not even conscious of.