- Apr 17, 2018
The following account was written by Philip Kuruvilla, Secretary of “The Untouchables,” a registered charitable trust in Bengaluru, India that seeks to create a pipeline between “the haves” and the “have nots.”
The year is 1955. In La Martiniere, a school in Calcutta, West Bengal India founded in 1836 by French mercenary Major General Claude Martin, two four-year-old boys become friends. Michael Samuel and Philip Kuruvilla.
Their friendship goes through the usual turbulence of adolescence and comes out stronger as they become young men.
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