The direction of the Constitution of India that ‘it shall be the duty of every citizen to develop scientific temper and the spirit of inquiry and reform’
Elanthoor is now a “tourist” spot, not because of the Gandhi museum which is part of the Elanthoor panchayat office but because of two heinous murders reported from there.
Last fortnight, Kerala woke up to media reports of how two women were sacrificed, sexually mutilated and their body parts eaten by a couple
By suspending the Bombay High Court order to acquit Delhi University professor G.N. Saibaba and four others convicted in a case under the Unlawful Activities
Hunger is a silent pandemic, affecting our future generations and must be addressed on a war footing.
“Give us today the food we need” is one of the several petitions in the Lord’s Prayer.
Shashi Tharoor’s not reaching the winning line in the race to the Powerhouse base in the recent Presidential election was not surprising to many election watchers.
Fast-tracking the release of 11 men who were convicted in the Bilkis Bano rape case by the union government has raised serious concerns on the Rule of Law
The bishops gathered in Bangkok for FABC jubilee celebrations are spending a considerable time together from 12 – 30 October.
In February 2017, I was in Rome to attend the marriage of my niece to an Italian. The nuptials were held in the church of San Giuseppe Dei Falegnami constructed
As a few billion fans chomp at the bit in anticipation of the greatest show on earth – the World Soccer Cup 2022 in Qatar that is just weeks away
Poor Liz Truss, just forty-five days on the PM’s throne and she was out! In India too, the chief minister’s throne has become so temporary that political leaders