Cover Stories

Children of a Lesser God

Covid 19 has dug up many glitches in governance and incongruities in societies, laying them bare on the surface.

img Dr Suresh Mathew
14 Jun 2021

Corona in education : Have a heart for children

Radhika, a Class V student, seems to be lost in her own thoughts, recalling the good old days when she was a role model for the whole class. She seems to have lost the very purpose of her life.

img Jaswant Kaur
14 Jun 2021

Articles

It was the virtual ‘midnight knock’! The irony was that the knock took place in broad daylight, and expectedly in a blatantly unjust, uncivilised and unconstitutional manner.

Cedric Prakash
14 Jun 2021

The BJP was once known as a party with a difference. What was meant was that its leaders were committed to their ideology of Hindutva

A. J. Philip
14 Jun 2021

At a time when India is facing huge challenges to its pluralistic democracy due to the erosion of democratic institutions and processes,

Jacob Peenikaparambil
14 Jun 2021

Our ancient scriptures elevated Satya or truthfulness above every other value not just in speech but in action.

Mathew John
14 Jun 2021

The new Administrator’s negative steps have shattered the peace and tranquility of the placid waters of the islands

Joseph Maliakan
14 Jun 2021

Entire attention of the ruling dispensation is capturing the support of the people, by hook and by crook, in view of perpetuating the chair of power

Dr. M. D. Thomas
14 Jun 2021

Right to privacy is part of life written in golden letters in international documents. The new IT rules seem to be violative of these rights and freedoms

Pauly Muricken
14 Jun 2021

That night he had a dream. Stojan Adasevic saw a ground full of beautiful children and youngsters, playing and laughing merrily.

F. M. Britto
14 Jun 2021

With the state of the economy plummeting, and money needed to handle the running of the country, rumour has it that everything under the sun would be taxed,

Robert Clements
14 Jun 2021

The NHRC cannot but play an adversarial role. Are you equipped to play that role?

A. J. Philip
07 Jun 2021

“Strike while the iron is hot” is applicable to the current political scenario from the perspective of the opposition parties.

Jacob Peenikaparambil
07 Jun 2021

We require the support of every other species to survive, but all other species would benefit seven-fold if humans perish

Zenith William
07 Jun 2021

People remember how during the Communist regime in Eastern Europe, when public criticism of the Government was impossible,

Archbp Thomas Menamparampil
07 Jun 2021

Among the many blessings that the curse of corona has brought to our drawing rooms, and I believe it has been a basket full of blessings,

Julian S Das
07 Jun 2021

So many of India’s sons and daughters floating as unclaimed body bags is a blot on the Indian nation!

P. A. Chacko
07 Jun 2021

Simply put, schools are considered to be temples of learning and a place where children are imparted with education as well as human values.

Aarti
07 Jun 2021

As he took up a new post, the bureaucrat placed on his office door: “Reject bribes. Hold your head high.”

F. M. Britto
07 Jun 2021

And as the second wave that mercilessly killed thousands in the country, exhausted the logs of wood in crematoriums, had bodies lying in queue,

Robert Clements
07 Jun 2021

Mohammed Faizal objects to Praful K Patel's ‘anti-democratic and anti-people’ working style. He says people are unhappy over the Administrator’s decisions

Anju Grover
31 May 2021

Freedom of Religion in India Hauled up by the US State Department

Cedric Prakash
31 May 2021

The Yoga guru was forced to withdraw his remarks on allopathy as ‘Stupid Science’

Manoj Varghese
31 May 2021

Recently a network of Chinese social media showed a humiliating picture of an Indian crematorium side by side with another showing the proud launching of a Chinese space-rocket.

Archbp Thomas Menamparampil
31 May 2021

Amidst discord and allegations between the Centre and the states on the supply of oxygen, availability of Covid vaccines and other issues related to the pandemic

Jacob Peenikaparambil
31 May 2021

We are now living through an inferno fanned by a man totally obsessed with consolidating power even amidst cataclysmic loss of life.

Mathew John
31 May 2021

Nation wants Prime Minister Modi to use his 56 inch chest

P. A. Chacko
31 May 2021

With third wave fear of covid-19 lurking large on everyone's minds, it would be unfair to conduct offline CBSE school examinations.

Balvinder Singh
31 May 2021

Amidst the country’s largest COVID-19 vaccination efforts which are underway, the writing on the wall is clear.

Aarti
31 May 2021

Sikkim is a mesmerising north-eastern state due to its natural beauty, mountainous terrain and its unique flora and fauna.

F. M. Britto
31 May 2021

With patriotism being questioned, sedition being defined and slogans being the criteria for motherland loyalty,

Robert Clements
31 May 2021

Covid time has proved it otherwise. Help and care coming from strangers, unknown and unseen to those suffering from the disease and loneliness.

IC Correspondent
24 May 2021

Accountability is something which the nation cannot expect from any of the ministers who think or believe that they are answerable only to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

A. J. Philip
24 May 2021

A virus that created critical crisis in the ever interacting human society, Covid 19 pushed people to self-distancing and safeguarding individual existence even in the intimate circle of family.

Dr. John Edappilly
24 May 2021

At the current rate, it will take at least one year to vaccinate 100 crore eligible population

Isaac Harold Gomes
24 May 2021

Most feel that Modi has put India on her knees with his monumental follies…moving even China and Pakistan to help her

Archbp Thomas Menamparampil
24 May 2021

Instil virtues of Humility and Gratitude to tide over the pandemic panic

Bishop Alex Dias
24 May 2021

Would rather die in jail than be shifted to hospital says Stan Swamy to HC

Cedric Prakash
24 May 2021

That a 10-year-old child in Uttar Pradesh’s Lakhimpur Kheri, according to media reports, had to recently quit school as he was forced by his father

Aarti
24 May 2021

There is a need for rejuvenating women’s movement in India for breaking the concrete wall of patriarchy as a means for politically empowering women

Jacob Peenikaparambil
24 May 2021

Everything is fair in love, war, politics and profession, is the latest modified and applicable phrase in the Indian context.

Manoj Varghese
24 May 2021

An attempt by the Modi Government to improve the ranking of India in the World Press Freedom Index has boomeranged

Joseph Maliakan
24 May 2021

Cyclone Tauktae was the worst ever storm to have made landfall along the Gujarat coast after 1998 when catastrophic tropical cyclone killed at least 10,000 people.

Novin Christopher
24 May 2021

The onslaught of the second wave of COVID-19 and its impact have led to disease, devastation and death.

Dr Prakash Louis
24 May 2021

At the time of Partition in 1947, the 12 year old boy accompanied his Muslim parents from Peshawar in Pakistan to India.

F. M. Britto
24 May 2021

Filled with horror I read about the twenty-seven ONGC employees who died and fifty-three missing, when their barge sank during Cyclone Tauktae’s tryst with the west coast of India.

Robert Clements
24 May 2021