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Stewardship and Trusteesh
  By A.J. Philip  
  I ACCOMPANIED Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on his visit to South Africa on the occasi  
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Letter to Metropolitan
  By Rev A.P. Jacob and five other priests  
  Most Rev. Dr. Joseph Mar Thoma Metropolitan Most Rev. Dr. Philipose Mar Chrysostom Mar  
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  COUNSELING
 
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  By Shaheen Chander  
  ENJOYING a relaxed weekend, I was checking updates on the Facebook page. I came across a b  
     
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  LETTERS  
     
  AJ Philip's 'Sweet or sweat' is really well narrated and is highly recommended for everybody's reading, The writer is as usual at his best in depicting such characters. Wish HoI and its team all the very best. I hope to see you reaching greater heights as years pass on. Shalom  
  By  Anil P Thomas Posted at 23/04/2010  07:23:34  
  Hyderabad    
  I do not trust the judgment of the United States. But l'affaire Shashi Tharoor compels me to believe that the US was in the right when it declined to support his candidature for the post of Secretary-General of the United Nations. He can't manage a state minister's job well, so how could he have managed the affairs of the world organisation? It is time he quit the government and devoted full time to mentoring the Kochi team.  
  By  Ramesh Babu Posted at 16/04/2010  07:31:52  
  New Delhi    
  I read the articles that appear in The Herald of India. They are very good. We wish you all a happy Easter.  
  By  Jose K John Posted at 03/04/2010  07:41:38  
  Chandigarh    
  Apropos the article captioned 'Astrologer's visit', the writer does not reveal his opinion on the astrologer. Was he not a fraud taking the Embassy officials for a ride? There are countless astrologers who have "predicted" the death of senior leaders but I challenge everyone of them to tell me the the serial number of a currency note kept in a sealed envelope in my pocket. If anyone is able to do that, I will trust him. Otherwise, they are all charlatans fooling the public. Poor Mr Cherian had to suffer him!  
  By  VK Mathew Posted at 02/04/2010  04:53:42  
  New Delhi    
 
 
     
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