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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

Who will provide remedy if not the Supreme Court when fundamental rights are breached?
apicture Joseph Maliakan
23 Nov 2020
The arrest of Arnab Goswami evoked howls of protests from the centre, politicians and ordinary people, while that of octogenarian activist Stan Swamy under the dreaded UAPA barely registered.
apicture REVATHI SIVA KUMAR
23 Nov 2020
I wondered whether I did the right thing in visiting the Ambala Christian Cemetery, known earlier as the European Cemetery, on Jagadhari Road in Ambala Cantonment in Haryana.
apicture A. J. Philip
23 Nov 2020
Five BJP ruled states are mulling to bring in a law to disallow ‘love jihad’, a term coined by the Sangh Parivar for mixed marriage between a Muslim man and a woman of other faith.
apicture Jacob Peenikaparambil
23 Nov 2020
The day we say we have something to learn from others we shall make progress. We shall recognise the worth of “Work” over “Words”.
apicture Archbp Thomas Menamparampil
23 Nov 2020
And then it struck me! No it did not strike me like the bolt from the blue! I half expected it, like most of the world did. Why wouldn't anyone not expect it,
apicture Bishop Alex Dias
23 Nov 2020
A nexus between bank staff, middlemen, school and government employees in Jharkhand, Bihar and Punjab have come to the fore, where scholarship amount worth millions of rupees,
apicture Manoj Varghese
23 Nov 2020
‘Spiritual awakening’ is the most substantial measure in combating the menace of environmental pollution
apicture Dr. M. D. Thomas
23 Nov 2020
The celebrated CP Scott who served as the Editor of Manchester Guardian for over 50 years observed a century back that “comment is free, but facts are sacred”.
apicture Aarti
23 Nov 2020
As she reaches a village, Salami Shashankar tells a reliable person to inform the people about her arrival. “Bank Madam has come,” word quickly passes around from one to another.
apicture F. M. Britto
23 Nov 2020