Cover Stories

Dissent is Anti-national in India

Lawlessness doesn’t mean only the absence of law; it also means faulty interpretation and wrong execution of law.

img Dr Suresh Mathew
22 Feb 2021

Farmers’ agitation : Food-kits, not toolkits

Anyone who opposes a government policy is often referred to as an anti-national, who needs to be dealt with under the sedition laws of the country.

img A. J. Philip
22 Feb 2021

Articles

Plenty are the signs to vindicate that Indian nationalism is becoming insensitive and inhuman. The arrest of a young climate activist Disha Ravi

Jacob Peenikaparambil
22 Feb 2021

This year the World Day of Social Justice (20 February) is being observed in extremely trying times all over the world.

Cedric Prakash
22 Feb 2021

If a change of air was possible in hesitant America, it should be possible in the land of Mahatma Gandhi, Pandit Nehru, Subhash Chandra Bose, and Rabindra Nath Tagore. Never lose hope.

Archbp Thomas Menamparampil
22 Feb 2021

A Verdict that Boosts Women’s Dignity!!

Adv Jessy Kurian
22 Feb 2021

The harsh north Indian winter is particularly unbearable for the poor and aged homeless people.

Joseph Maliakan
22 Feb 2021

Evangelist Ravi Zacharias Accused of Sexual Abuse

Manoj Varghese
22 Feb 2021

Neither anyone who has a mobile phone is immune to unsolicited phone calls nor does anybody know for sure who these pesky callers are.

Aarti
22 Feb 2021

It is Lent once again: a very Special Season for Christians throughout the world. It is a time for repentance and renewal; to rekindle our initial fervour

Cedric Prakash
22 Feb 2021

The tribal villagers approached the lady ‘sahib’ to assist them to get released their kin. Police had arrested the Jharkari tribal man from Chitki village

F. M. Britto
22 Feb 2021

The mechanic who’d come over to repair my broken fender, stood in front of my car, “Sir!” he said happily, “as soon as I got sahibs phone call,

Robert Clements
22 Feb 2021