The Long Road to a Uniform Civil Code

A lack of political will to undo a colonial legacy has been the biggest obstacle

The Adivasis Strike Back

Behind the anti-conversion violence in Bastar is a fight for tribal identity

Speaking from the Cloisters

A chronicle of the life of a nun and her fight for justice

Claims of evangelical outfits on violence against Christians not true, Centre tells SC

Home ministry says 162 incidents referred to by a report not truthfully recorded

Imagining Love Jihad

Syro-Malabar Church rakes up an old bogey

The Discrimination

The Citizenship Amendment Bill, which excludes only Muslims, is an affront to the idea of India

Christians in Pakistan

Like all of its minorities, the Christian population is in decline in Pakistan

Among the Non-Believers

The lives of Sikhs and Christians in Pakistan

India’s Own Mormons

American presidential candidate Mitt Romney might have suddenly made this religious sect famous, but its members have been around in India since 1851


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