Cover Stories

Broken Home, a Child’s Nightmare

Nothing worse can happen in a child’s life than living with parents who are fighting for divorce; nothing more traumatic could be the experience of a juvenile than spending time in a broken family.

img Dr Suresh Mathew
01 Feb 2021

Squabbling parents; loveless childhood

This is the true story of a friend who lives in Delhi NCR. Simran, (not real name), mother of a grown-up son wanted to give herself a second chance at marriage.

img IC Correspondent
01 Feb 2021

Articles

The issue of warring couples destroying the childhood of their kids has caught the attention of the Supreme Court in a recent case.

Anju Grover
01 Feb 2021

Never before in the history of the Republic of India had the Republic Day witnessed such untoward incidents as on January 26, 2021.

A. J. Philip
01 Feb 2021

A Christian Response to Violence on Christians in Hindu Rashtra

Jacob Peenikaparambil
01 Feb 2021

Born in 1962, Gauri Lankesh would have completed sixty-two years on 29 January, if she was still alive. Sadly, she was brutally gunned down on the night of 5 September 2017,

Cedric Prakash
01 Feb 2021

Republic Day is celebrated on 26th January every year as the date on which the Indian Constitution became our secular gospel.

Mathew John
01 Feb 2021

A well-educated, affluent family sacrificed their two adult daughters, propelled by a blind belief in tantric rituals and reincarnation

Manoj Varghese
01 Feb 2021

This piece is being written in the evening of Republic Day. This morning I had addressed a Flag Hoisting gathering and spoke about democracy in India

Chhotebhai
01 Feb 2021

The Union Health Ministry’s recent directive to all states and Union Territories to implement a time-bound action plan in regulating online health service

Aarti
01 Feb 2021

“You wanted to adopt an HIV+ child, no? I have one. Come and take him,” informed the voice from the other end.

F. M. Britto
01 Feb 2021

Till 1967, seventeen states in the USA, banned interracial marriages! That same year the law was found unconstitutional and thrown out.

Robert Clements
01 Feb 2021