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Mamata sends unity message in Darjeeling

THE TELEGRAPH, CALCUTTA 7th February 2018 West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee pulled off a political feat on Tuesday by bringing the arch rivals Gorkha Janmukti Morcha and the GNLF on the same platform.  Readers will recall that Gorkha National Liberation...

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‘Modicare’ Unveiled!

While efficacy remains to be judged, Budget has started a much-needed conversation around health. Rudroneel Ghosh Times of India 1st February 2018 (Note: Health care, Obamacare, Modicare! What better publicity stunt can you think of to be in the company...

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PALACE INTRIGUES IN BISHOP HOUSES?

Church Citizens' Voice begins the month of February on an auspicious note.  It has a new writer in Professor C. John Rose, from Kanyakumari. We accord him a hearty welcome.  In this article the Professor has touched upon Palace Intrigues...

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SOWN IN GOOD SOIL

CHHOTEBHAI The Gospel reading was from Mathew chapter 13, on the sower and the seed. The occasion was the Episcopal Silver Jubilee of Abp Albert D’souza (72) of Agra. It was being celebrated on 28th January at St Peter’s College,...

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CPI-M votes Factions agree to disagree!

  Editorial in the Statesman  January 29, 2018   (Note: Any hope of the Marxist-communist ideology resurrecting after the break up and going to smithereens of the Russian Empire? Nope! That seems to be the clear verdict of history so...

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PAYING THE PRICE

Fr. Cedric Prakash SJ*   In this article Fr Cedric Prakash, a vocal Human Rights Activist, gives us all a very powerful message: "The writing on wall in the India of today is very clear: we have Godses and we...

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AUSCHWITZ REMEMBERED

Fr Cedric Prakash SJ* Here is an article by Fr Cedric Prakash SJ, noted Human Rights Activist.  In the light of rampant violation of human rights in many parts of the world, by Governments and in the name of religion,...

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The Omertà : The Code of Silence sworn by the Mafia

  Varghese Pamplanil         (Note: Omerta is an Italian word meaning secrecy sworn to by oath; code of silence. It is widely used and abused by people all over the world. Our columnist Pamplani explains its use in India, especially in the Syromalabar Kerala...