Monthly Archives: December 2009

Good Samaritans: Bangalore

THAT’S THE SPIRIT She Helps Those Lodged In Jail Sruthy Susan Ullas | TNN Bangalore: While others are pondering over how to celebrate Christmas and New Year, Sister Adele Korah is busy contemplating what to gift her 5,000 friends for … Continue reading

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IT Park owned by workers

Source: — School drop-outs who once crushed stones at granite quarries have now become the directors of a Rs 600-crore info-tech park in Kerala. Apart from the directors, 943 manual workers are also part-owners of the Uralungal Labour Contract … Continue reading

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“Conditional Charity” : Javed Anand takes on Zakir Naik

Source: — The disgraceful conduct of a UK-based Muslim charity with the victim-survivors of the 2002 communal carnage in Gujarat could have been ignored as an isolated, if highly deplorable act. Sadly, this is no isolated incident. If anything, … Continue reading

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Trickle of hope in the parched Himalayas

Source : —- POKHRI: It’s a sparkling morning, the dawn chill lifting as the sun’s rays light up this little village in Pauri Garhwal. Situated nearly on top of a hill, and facing east, the villagers get the early … Continue reading

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Literacy Projects: Nadakhanda & Kumar Para, Orissa

There are over 100 children in two villages, with 3 teachers, who get together for 2 to 3 hours a day, learning Oriya, arithmetic, English, GK etc. They also learn poems, songs and play games. These photos were taken in … Continue reading

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