‘Serving people is my priority,’ said D. Y. Chandrachud on his very first working day at the Supreme Court after taking over as the Chief Justice of India.
Seventy-three years ago on 26 November 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India adopted and gave to “we, the people” a landmark Constitution which is the only sacred book of every Indian citizen
The soul of India is its Constitution. It is a ‘living tree’ capable of growth and expansion
As we celebrate the Constitution Day on November 26 to mark the adoption of the Constitution of India on this day in 1949
The year: 2000! The Venue: The Vatican! A Capuchin priest and I are waiting for a Cardinal at the parlour. The aim: To meet him
Tagore dreamt of an India where the citizens would have the courage to hold their “heads high”.
Instead of providing timely relief and help them rehabilitate, the state and police have been persecuting the victims, mainly Muslims
World has been witnessing conflicts and violence based on religion from the time people began to form communities or groups based on their religious identity.
“Unite to end violence against women and girls”. The theme for this year’s International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women
We know the importance of family in our day-to-day life. We call it the Church in miniature.
There is a Japanese word UKETAMO, meaning “I accept with an open heart.” In our life we come across a number of issues.
As Rahul carries on his long trek through our vast country, there’s something happening. This isn’t a walk galvanizing people to hate their neighbours as most other recent walks have been.