‘The Church cannot and must not remain on the sidelines in the building of a better world, and she cannot fail to contribute to the betterment of society,’ said Pope Francis in Fratelli Tutti
‘Apolitical’ is both a word and a concept; it is reflective of one’s attitude and behaviour towards the realities that grip people anywhere.
Two years ago, I wrote an article under the same title. Today I have more reason to rewrite the same article with more passion and conviction
Myanmar or Burma, as it was called earlier, has always fascinated me. There could be many reasons for it.
The farmers’ unions have taken a leaf from the senior Tikait and have so far kept political parties and politicians away from the agitation.
It is the bounden duty of the government to gracefully face reality and strive to break the stalemate, eyeing a peaceful and amicable solution
The protesting farmers see the new legislation as a weapon to deliver the agricultural market to “faceless” corporate companies.
A little plastic straw, much like you'd get with your fresh tender coconut or cold drink at a roadside vendor's kiosk,
Manmade economic disasters : Demonetisation, GST, Lockdown
A Report of the 7th National and First Global Peace Convention 2021
Netaji Subhashchandra Bose’s birth anniversary was marked by various events this year (January 23). His portrait was unveiled by the President in the Rashtrapati Bhavan.
Instead of going to school, the ten year old Neeraj Murmu went to labour in the mines to earn some money for his poor tribal family in Duliakram village,
Initially, as news of the horrible virus spread, terrified people hurried for flimsy masks available at stores, rummaged for thicker, longer ones the shopkeeper said,