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INDIAN CURRENTS is a registered paper with the Registrar of Newspapers in India (RNI) with RNI Number 49338/89. It is a member of Indian Newspaper Society (INS) and accredited to DAVP.

IC is owned by Indian Current Publications, a Registered Society, under the patronage of the Capuchins of Krist Jyoti Province of North India.

IC is the only weekly of its kind in India, which gives in-depth analysis of day-to-day events in the socio political and religious fields.

Educational inputs, human rights, minorities’ issues, gender issues, and environmental issues are our prime concern. We promote national integration, communal harmony, justice, peace and integrity of creation.

We don’t create news. We analyse the news and events with objectivity, and without prejudice or biases.

We speak the TRUTH. And we fight against injustices. We move our pen to awaken the conscience of those in power and to educate our readers to distinguish between truth and half-truths. It critically analyses policy decisions and issues related to governance and administration with direct reference to the highest common good.

Our stories and articles on a wide range of topics have been widely acclaimed by a cross-section of people – decision-takers, policy-makers, intellectuals and readers.

During its 22 years of existence, IC has proved its worth adhering faithfully to its most cherished motto of being the “Voice of the Voiceless”. We believe in “Journalism With A Soul”.

IC will continue to follow the path it has charted out for itself in the past and uphold the values that are close to its heart. IC depends mainly on subscriptions for its sustenance. Hence our appeal to all the right thinking people for their support through subscriptions and introducing IC to others.

Recent Posts

Release of eight Cheetahs, brought from Namibia, by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his 72nd birthday on 17th September
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26 Sep 2022
The Indian National Congress (INC) was founded by Allan Octavian Hume, a British civil servant.
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26 Sep 2022
The allegation that Jawaharlal Nehru did nothing to keep alive the memory of Subhash Chandra Bose is false to the core
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26 Sep 2022
Horse-trading involving MLAs has become the biggest threat to the functioning of democratic governments
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26 Sep 2022
Turncoats are common in Indian politics. But what happened in Goa takes the cake. A senior Congress leader recently claimed that he switched sides after permission from God
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26 Sep 2022
Fifty years is a unique occasion to rejoice and thank God for what Federation Asian Bishops’ Conference (FABC) has achieved with God's grace
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26 Sep 2022
There is an urgent need to rein in recovery agents, outsourced by financial companies, who act ruthlessly, leading to many untoward instances
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26 Sep 2022
With all the skirmishes going on between the governors of the different states, especially those ruled by the opposition and the elected representatives
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26 Sep 2022
Two high-profile pleas for bail came up for hearing recently in the Supreme Court: one was from Teesta Setalvad and the other from Siddique Kappan.
apicture Cedric Prakash
19 Sep 2022
A relative was granted unconditional bail by the CBI judge on the first day the case came up before her. The case was that he “received” two Rs 500 notes as bribe.
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19 Sep 2022