Mother Teresa

Raghu Rai: Framing History

Rohit Chawla

Fifty years of a master photographer’s encounter with men and women who shaped India’s political and cultural destiny

Nothing Is Sacred

Mohan Bhagwat’s criticism of Mother Teresa and the debate that followed bring out the twisted logic of Indian liberals

The RSS Position

The contradiction of expecting selfless service from Mother Teresa

In Mother We Trust

A year after completing school, Magdalene Polton, the daughter of a rich landowner in Bengal, became the second nun to join Mother Teresa in her mission to serve the sick and the poor. Now, at 82, Sister Gertrude, as she came to be called, is the only surviving member of this original group. She recalls the early days when they would beg each day for the poor, but struggle to feed themselves, surviving solely on the strength of prayer.


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