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Indigenous Indians fight deforestation threat with gourmet coffee

Organic farming model has benefited more than 45,000 Adivasi families, with profits put into schools, healthcare and other needs of the remote community Bangkok: Once forbidden by colonialists from cultivating coffee, indigenous people in southern India have won a prestigious award for their bean, which they farm while fighting deforestation. …

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Bishop Franco Mulakkal, accused of raping a nun, gets conditional bail in Kerala

Kochi The Kerala High Court Monday granted conditional bail to Roman Catholic Bishop Franco Mulakkal, arrested over allegations of repeatedly raping and sexually assaulting a nun. Granting the bail, Justice Raja Vijayaraghavan directed the accused Bishop to surrender his passport and not to enter Kerala state except for appearing before …

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