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We Will Miss a Legend... Fr C. Thomas breathes his last
06/04/2015.  INH #N.7467
Posted by CASTILINO Vincent, Hyderabad  - 5 Comments
News in Profiles, Vocation, Obituary


The Salesian Province of Hyderabad, lost another of its stalwarts in the person of Fr Chinnappa Thomas on April 5, 2015 (Easter Sunday) at 1 pm while undergoing treatment at CMC, Vellore. He was 78 years old when he breathed his last. He would be eternally remembered for his deep spirituality, love for the poor and simple lifestyle. He had a theologian's mind, a musician's soul and a pastor's heart. The funeral is scheduled for April 8, 2015 at 4 pm at Don Bosco Philosophate, Karunapuram. . Read More

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''Don't Wait for Tomorrow''
30/03/2015.  INH #N.7464
Posted by THARAKAN John, Hyderabad
News in Youth, Social Life, Youth at Risk, Success Story, Marginalized, Justice and Human Rights, Social Development, Social Ministry, Volunteering, ChildEducare, Education


Katie Christy, a visitor associated with the Home for the Children from the Street at Ramanthapur, Hyderabad shares the following impressions of ''Action/2015'' event held on 27 March at Saidabad. She is a US citizen from Cincinnati, Ohio, visiting India to acquire cross cultural experiences with youth at risk, and works with children and their parents who have lost custody of them due to abuse or neglect: . Read More

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Participatory Action Research Project to empower children at risk
18/03/2015.  INH #N.7447
Posted by CASTILINO Vincent, Hyderabad  - 1 Comments
News in Youth, Formation, Projects, Youth at Risk, Counselling, Marginalized, Justice and Human Rights, Social Development, Social Ministry


Participants of the Participatory Action Research (PAR) project from the southern Salesian Provinces of India had a three day training programme at Don Bosco Navajeevan, Hyderabad, 16-18 March, 2015. The PAR method seeks to empower the child and make the child an important stake holder in all matters concerning its growth and welfare. The whole project is carried forward under the auspices of Don Bosco National Young at Risk (YaR) Forum. Besides the animating team of Prof. D. Manti and Fr T.D. John, and the three project coordinators, there were 35 participants in the programme. . Read More

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First National Seminar on Youth Development at Sriperumbudur
28/02/2015.  INH #N.7422
Posted by YANDAVA Kalyan Kumar, Hyderabad
News in Education and Culture, Youth, Education Higher , Social Development, Development Office, Education


Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development (RGNIYD), Sriperumbudur, Chennai organized its first national seminar on youth development on 26-27 February 2015. Around 200 participants from across the country and from 15 states participated in it. Besides the academic presentations by around 50 professionals in plenary and parallel sessions, the seminar provided a big opportunity to students from different universities and Colleges to interact and exchange ideas with each other. There was also an exclusive session for the youth conducted by a young panel in the seminar. The seminar also had cultural evening by the students on themes of youth development.. Read More

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Rescued Child labourers celebrate Feast of Don Bosco at Ramanthapur
02/02/2015.  INH #N.7401
Posted by BELLAMKONDA Anthony Sudhakar, Hyderabad
News in Education and Culture, Youth, Social Life, Youth at Risk, Success Story, Counselling, Marginalized, Justice and Human Rights, Psychology, Social Development, Social Ministry, ChildEducare, DB-Bicentenary


The annual feast of Don Bosco on 31 January was celebrated with a difference at Don Bosco Rehabilitation Centre (DBRC), Ramanthapur, Hyderabad. Children who had been rescued from bangle industry from the Old City, Hyderabad had been brought to DBRC on 24 January. ''This year they were our special guests for the feast of Don Bosco. We were blessed to have them amidst us'', said the director of DBRC Fr. Sudhakar.. Read More

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OPERATION 'SMILE': Over 200 Child Labourers Rescued in Hyderabad
25/01/2015.  INH #N.7387
Posted by THARAKAN John, Hyderabad
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Over 200 children, held bondage as child labourers, were rescued by the city police of Hyderabad on Saturday, 24 January, from one apartment building in Talabkatta, Bhavaninagar, Hyderabad. Finding no appropriate place to shelter these hapless children, most of whom are from Bihar, they were brought to Don Bosco Navajeevan, Ramanthapur where the Salesians, staff and especially resident children have been going out of their way to make them feel comfortable and secure. The operation based on a tip off was carried out by over 400 police personnel under the leadership of Dy. Commissioner of Police, Mr V. Satyanarayana. It is said a cordon and search operation as part of anti-terrorism checks led to his huge rescue operation. . Read More

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'Action 2015' flagged off in Hyderabad and Warangal
15/01/2015.  INH #N.7382
Posted by CASTILINO Vincent, Hyderabad
News in Youth, Social Life, Life and Health, Justice and Human Rights, Social Development, Social Ministry, Self Help Groups, Education, DB-Bicentenary


In solidarity with the whole world, and specially as a bicentenary initiative, the Salesians of the Province of Hyderabad along with Dalit Bahujan Front (DBF) flagged off the awareness campaign of Action 2015 . Aimed at conscientizing, the short programmes in Hyderabad and Warangal witnessed a group of 15 children meet Dr Rajaiah, the deputy Chief Minister of Telangana State on January 15 and present him with a memorandum in both the places. . Read More

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I AM ACTION 2015: Launch of SDGs for 2030 in Telangana
15/01/2015.  INH #N.7380
Posted by THARAKAN John, Hyderabad
News in Education and Culture, Youth, Youth Groups, Projects, Social Life, Ecology, Success Story, Education School, Justice and Human Rights, Social Development, SPA-India, Social Ministry, Self Help Groups, Volunteering, Education


In the midst of kite flying and merry making in Hyderabad city on Sankaranti Day, 15 children dressed in pink launched Action 2015 in Telangana State at a meeting with the Deputy Chief Minister, Sri Rajaiah. The Minister lauded the initiative of the children and pledged to be part of the campaign for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for 2030.. Read More

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Young at Risk Children to participate as researchers in a programme
13/12/2014.  INH #N.7347
Posted by THARAKAN John, Hyderabad
News in Education and Culture, Youth, Language and Cultures, The Regional, Youth at Risk, Administration, Counselling, Marginalized, Justice and Human Rights, Mental Health, Psychology, Social Development, SPA-India, ChildEducare, Education, DB-Bicentenary


The YaR (Young at Risk) National Forum of the Salesians in South Asia, headed by Fr. Thomas Koshy sdb, has started on a beautiful journey of research with the young at risk as participants in a research programme. It will have the scope of studying how YaR centres can be run with the active involvement of the children themselves. The directors of 10 YaR centres from five South Indian Salesian provinces met together from 11-13 December at Chiguru, Vijayawada, to chalk out this programme of Participatory Action Research (PAR) in their centres to begin with. . Read More

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Celebrating the Salesian ''Lens'' of Christ
11/12/2014.  INH #N.7342
Posted by CASTILINO Vincent, Hyderabad
News in Spirituality, Salesian Family, Religion, Vocation, Lifestyle, Obituary


The memorial Mass of Fr John Lens, who passed away on 28 November at Manoharabad in the Salesian Province of Hyderabad, was celebrated on 11 December at Don Bosco Philosophate, Karunapuram. In his introductory speech, the Vice-Provincial Fr Thathireddy Vijayabhaskar recalled Fr Lens' words uttered during an interview with him, a couple of years ago: ''I worked hard and I worked for the poor!'' With the strong conviction that we were praying to him, rather than for him, the 150 members of the Salesian family gathered for the occasion, spent the morning in Eucharistic thanksgiving and prayer. . Read More

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