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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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  By Shaheen Chander  
  ENJOYING a relaxed weekend, I was checking updates on the Facebook page. I came across a b  
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  The word limit for letters is too less. I find it unable to respond so briefly. Agree brevity is the soul of wit, but then don't you agree that your write-ups are good enough to evoke elaborate responses? Would be nice if you address it asap.  
  By  Serene Posted at 28/07/2009  10:08:35  
  I was pleasantly surprised to find the picture of Ram Rahim Singh, head of Dera Sacha Sauda, when I visited The Herald of India at the suggestion of a colleague.  
  By  Ramesh Kumar Posted at 27/07/2009  07:17:35  
  The "Treasures of Egypt" by Elizebath Philip was a WOW. It makes the reader plan his/her trip to Eygpt immediately. It is well narrated.  
  By  Preethi S P Posted at 23/07/2009  08:46:49  
  Hitech City -Hyderabad    
  The site is now looking very inspirational and intrepid. The articles are worth reading. It's a great effort by the editor and the team of the Herald of India. May God bless you all and Wish you the very best. The devotional titled "Weakness as Strength" was very apt and would apply in our lives. When I am weak, then only am I strong with God.  
  By  Anil P Thomas Posted at 23/07/2009  08:30:46  
  The kind of discussion going on about this website and it being pro-Christian surprises me. Wonder how long are we going to stay divided as Christians and Hindus , so on and so forth. Im not an advocate of this website but then atleast the educated lot needs to stop passing such comments or generalising on any basis like religion . What is needed is our own clarity on our value system and moving ahead towards bettering lives. Thanks  
  By  Serene Posted at 21/07/2009  11:19:51  
  I visited the New Theological College recently. It was, therefore, a great pleasure for me to read the interview you had with the college founder in the column - Achiever.  
  By  T P Oommen Posted at 19/07/2009  05:42:08  
  Thank you very much for the Thought column which I find very useful. I would request you to change the Devotional every day so that readers like me have something to look forward to every day.  
  By  Mathew P Thomas Posted at 17/07/2009  06:08:14  
  Though I should not have taken the argument further with what Pinky Anand asks, as our gurus have prohibited arguments with fools, I would like to ask what is her problem? Whosoever funds it does not matter to any reader unless it publishes nonsense like those hate-spreading Thackrey publications!  
  By  Balvinder Posted at 15/07/2009  09:37:48  
  Is Pinky Anand the same person who is a lawyer and member of the BJP's Advocate cell?  
  By  Umesh Posted at 15/07/2009  06:52:51  
  This is in response to Balvinder's letter. There is nothing benevolent about Hindus. What would you call this website? Well, surely pro-Christian, but who funds it? Let it announce so in clear terms.
Pinky Anand is welcome to visit The Herald of India and check all its finances. It has nothing to hide -- Editor
  By  Pinky Anand Posted at 14/07/2009  02:49:23  
  New Delhi    
  The Hearld of India is a good initiative with social outlook. Hope it will silently emerge as a front-runner in social transformation soon for the upliftment of the downtrodden sectioons of society and that too without any regional or religious biases. Cheers  
  By  Jasdeep Singh Malhotra Posted at 12/07/2009  01:22:09  
  This is in response to a sick-minded letter by Pinky Anand. It's horrifying that even the boundless web-space is considered the sole property of benevolent Hindus alone!
  By  Balvinder Posted at 10/07/2009  02:56:12  
  Sorry. How can journalism have a Biblical worldview? That is what you say about yourself. A highly communal mind is behind the site. The Indian nation is surviving because of the Hindus who are accommodating. Not because of the rabid minorities.  
  By  Pinky Anand Posted at 10/07/2009  07:31:45  
  A site that's easy on the eye, like leading the visitor on a guided tour slowly. Hope to read more about books and offbeat travelogues. Cheers.  
  By  Chetna Keer Banerjee Posted at 09/07/2009  10:16:26  
  I liked your website. It is easy to read your postings. There are no distractions of advertisements. Keep it up. My best wishes.  
  By  S.R. Kumar Posted at 08/07/2009  02:54:30  
  New Delhi    
  A great effort! My heartiest congratulations and best wishes.  
  By  V.M. Thomas Posted at 05/07/2009  03:17:40  
  New Delhi    
  The Herald of India is a bold initiative. I find this "Christian" newspaper more secular than most so-called secular newspapers. My heartiest congratulations to all those who are behind this project.  
  By  Ramesh Kumar Posted at 04/07/2009  12:45:48  
  New Delhi    
  The Herald of India has been a good step towards responsible journalism, but I feel a section on all current news, would be welcome with all the major headlines, so that it becomes a complete newspaper.

The overdose of religion is too evident, which should actually be subdued, so that it can be recommended to more people.
  By  Bensy Posted at 02/07/2009  06:18:20  
  A friend forwarded to me details about your website. I found the "newspaper" quite refreshing, despite the overdose of Christianity. My heartiest congratulations to all those who are behind The Herald of India.  
  By  P.C. Ahuja Posted at 01/07/2009  10:21:02  
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