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The Rich Get Booster Doses

“Robbing Peter for paying Paul” is a phrase used in the context of taking from one person and giving to another. The phrase is commonly heard while analyzing State or Central budgets

img Dr Suresh Mathew
08 Mar 2021

Prices Up, Across-the-Board : None owns the onus, previous Govts blamed

Milk Prices are likely to soar to unprecedented level. Owing to the rise in petrol and diesel prices, and in support of the farmers protest, our milk vendor from Gazipur area,

img Manoj Varghese
08 Mar 2021

Articles

A homemaker in India doesn’t commute every day; so why should she be worried about the skyrocketing fuel prices?

IC Correspondent
08 Mar 2021

The gravitational force of the earth is something without which we cannot live on this planet. Under the influence of the gravity, we are able to walk on the earth;

Adv. Jijo Thomas Placheril
08 Mar 2021

Will our billionaires bail out the government? Or Buy up the nation?

Archbp Thomas Menamparampil
08 Mar 2021

Eeda in colloquial Malayalam, used widely in Kannur district in northern Kerala, means “here”. It is the title of a recent Malayalam movie.

A. J. Philip
08 Mar 2021

The Farmers’ agitation on the Delhi borders reached 100 days on 6th March. In a movement where millions of people are involved,

Dr Prakash Louis
08 Mar 2021

In a recent flurry of speeches, PM Narendra Modi flagged the dominant issues agitating the country, and pronounced his Government’s position on these critical matters.

Mathew John
08 Mar 2021

It is averred that municipal councils and corporations need to be healthy and dynamic in order to effectively provide essential services to the people.

Pachu Menon
08 Mar 2021

Lent is a significant time for all Christians irrespective of the Churches to which they belong. It is a season to observe and commemorate the passion,

Jacob Peenikaparambil
08 Mar 2021

The 11 years old girl overheard her parents discussing about giving her in marriage along with her 13 years old elder sister Babli.

F. M. Britto
08 Mar 2021

The hair on the delicate hands of the milkmaid stood on end as she heard her cow moo. “What is it, dear cow,” she said, even as she continued milking, “What is it that troubles you?”

Robert Clements
08 Mar 2021

Farming is not just about its produce; it is about our dignity, freedom, and rights

Dr. Anto Joseph
01 Mar 2021

President’s rule has been imposed in Puducherry after the fall of the Congress-led Narayanasamy government.

Anju Grover
01 Mar 2021

If the news about the Metro Man E Sreedharan joining BJP was a surprise to many Indians, the views expressed by him in an interview with NDTV

Jacob Peenikaparambil
01 Mar 2021

In the Indian tradition any monument built or named in the name of a living person is unacceptable and is, therefore, anathema.

A. J. Philip
01 Mar 2021

Your decision to enter politics formally as a BJP rightwing acolyte may be within your right as a citizen of India.

P. A. Chacko
01 Mar 2021

The present regime wishes to make use of the British stratagem of keeping people divided in order to ride roughshod over them

Archbp Thomas Menamparampil
01 Mar 2021

“An all-out effort is being made to convince the Govt to withdraw the three Farm Laws,” says Rakesh Tikait, leading the farmers’ protest

Manoj Varghese
01 Mar 2021

In many countries, the oil prices have not even touched India’s pre-pandemic retail price. And Indian consumers are shelling out a lot more.

Jaswant Kaur
01 Mar 2021

Temporary bail for Varavara Rao a path-breaking verdict

Pauly Muricken
01 Mar 2021

Conscience-keepers Can’t Be Kept Behind Bars

Manoj Varghese
01 Mar 2021

A sequel to “Love’s Dark Secrets”

Chhotebhai
01 Mar 2021

At a time when retail prices of petrol and diesel have been rising almost on a daily basis, the recent decision of the Delhi Government

Aarti
01 Mar 2021

As a boy, Navin Gulia was a below-average student and since he was also physically weak he never participated in sports.

F. M. Britto
01 Mar 2021

It’s been whispered that ghosts of yesterday can mix with the nocturnal spirits of today, as no time bar separates them in the supernatural realms,

Robert Clements
01 Mar 2021

Plenty are the signs to vindicate that Indian nationalism is becoming insensitive and inhuman. The arrest of a young climate activist Disha Ravi

Jacob Peenikaparambil
22 Feb 2021

This year the World Day of Social Justice (20 February) is being observed in extremely trying times all over the world.

Cedric Prakash
22 Feb 2021

If a change of air was possible in hesitant America, it should be possible in the land of Mahatma Gandhi, Pandit Nehru, Subhash Chandra Bose, and Rabindra Nath Tagore. Never lose hope.

Archbp Thomas Menamparampil
22 Feb 2021

A Verdict that Boosts Women’s Dignity!!

Adv Jessy Kurian
22 Feb 2021

The harsh north Indian winter is particularly unbearable for the poor and aged homeless people.

Joseph Maliakan
22 Feb 2021

Evangelist Ravi Zacharias Accused of Sexual Abuse

Manoj Varghese
22 Feb 2021

Neither anyone who has a mobile phone is immune to unsolicited phone calls nor does anybody know for sure who these pesky callers are.

Aarti
22 Feb 2021

It is Lent once again: a very Special Season for Christians throughout the world. It is a time for repentance and renewal; to rekindle our initial fervour

Cedric Prakash
22 Feb 2021

The tribal villagers approached the lady ‘sahib’ to assist them to get released their kin. Police had arrested the Jharkari tribal man from Chitki village

F. M. Britto
22 Feb 2021

The mechanic who’d come over to repair my broken fender, stood in front of my car, “Sir!” he said happily, “as soon as I got sahibs phone call,

Robert Clements
22 Feb 2021

Millions of Indians wait for justice for years from a system that is being crushed by its own weight. India’s justice system needs urgent attention.

Ramesh Menon
15 Feb 2021

Sarcasm is a weapon in the arsenal of a humorist or a stand-up comedian or a conversationist. It is used mostly to mock or annoy someone or for humorous purposes.

A. J. Philip
15 Feb 2021

Protest by the farmers against the three controversial farm laws passed by the BJP government has taken the form of a powerful people’s movement.

Jacob Peenikaparambil
15 Feb 2021

We the People do matter. It is time for us the people of India, the electorate, to stand up and ask the ruling dispensation some hard questions.

P. A. Chacko
15 Feb 2021

What could be there in common with the Jewish King Herod of 2,000 years ago, Donald Trump, the disgraced ex-President of the USA and

Matthew Adukanil
15 Feb 2021

Presenting the digital Union Budget, Union Minister of Finance and Corporate Affairs Nirmala Sitharaman stated that India’s fight against COVID-19

Dr Prakash Louis
15 Feb 2021

Decoding is never child’s play! But when one is entrusted with the task of sifting and sieving the past, present and future, the fact from the fiction,

Cedric Prakash
15 Feb 2021

Media reports indicate that in many states across India, children even as young as 10 years seem to be getting hooked to psychotropic substances.

Aarti
15 Feb 2021

Lack of communication in a marriage is one of its darkest secrets, a lesson that needs to be learnt

Chhotebhai
15 Feb 2021

Since his father was an industrialist, Rohit Prajapati belonged to an affluent family. But the poor background of his mother’s family always moved him.

F. M. Britto
15 Feb 2021

The old government architect smiled to himself as he sat at the tea shop he frequented. His assistant who sat next to him though appeared a tad worried.

Robert Clements
15 Feb 2021