Cover Stories

Rich, but Poor

To become rich is anyone’s dream; to be the richest among all could be the ultimate dream of some. This is true of both individuals and countries.

Dr Suresh Mathew Dr Suresh Mathew
01 Aug 2022

Billionaires Grow, India Shrinks: Triumph of crony capitalism

The defective government policies favour the rich at the cost of the poor; it will make the poor poorer year on year

Jaswant Kaur Jaswant Kaur
01 Aug 2022


If a child loves himself and considers him/her to be lovable, worthwhile, competent and capable, he/she will never think of dying by suicide

T.M. Joseph T.M. Joseph
01 Aug 2022

Ever since Narendra Modi came to power, we have had periodic national-level celebrations from which no one is expected to stay away.

A. J. Philip A. J. Philip
01 Aug 2022

As per the International Monitory Fund’s (IMF’s) 27 July 2021 data in its World Economic Outlook (WEO) report

Sacaria Joseph Sacaria Joseph
01 Aug 2022

Maria Rethna who started the Mother Teresa Rural Development Trust is more than a mother to the neglected aged women and orphaned girls

M L Satyan M L Satyan
01 Aug 2022

Dr. Abdul Kalam walked the tight rope deftly as well as dedicated himself to being the good man who can unite, forgive and love

Dr. Elsa Lycias Joel Dr. Elsa Lycias Joel
01 Aug 2022

Term after term, panchayat polls in Goa seem to be getting bogged down by the ‘intricacies’ of political shenanigans played out by those in power to extend their sway over the people.

Pachu Menon Pachu Menon
01 Aug 2022

Public Interest Litigation has revolutionized the concept of rendering justice by the courts by taking on record as a petition even a letter written by a complainant

F.  I. Choudhury F. I. Choudhury
01 Aug 2022

For the formation of the ‘shepherds with the smell of the sheep’, the Church should go in for a thorough revamping of the priestly formation

Jacob Peenikaparambil Jacob Peenikaparambil
01 Aug 2022

Suicide is of global public health importance and is currently the 10th most common cause of mortality resulting in the loss of approximately one million lives every year

Aarti Aarti
01 Aug 2022

A faint breeze around the UN building in New York had all the world flags slightly swaying, except the Indian flag who moved more vigorously, “Hurrah!” she shouted.

Robert Clements Robert Clements
01 Aug 2022