Monthly Archives: August 2022

Xinhua Photo Daily | August 31, 2022-Xinhua

BEIJING, Aug. 31 (Xinhua) — A selection of the best daily press photos from Xinhua. People attend the opening ceremony of the 2022 China New Media Conference in Changsha, central China’s Hunan Province, Aug 30, 2022. The 2022 China New Media Conference, organized by the All-China Association of Journalists and the Publicity Department of the Communist Party of China (CPC) …

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Florida’s clean water effort ‘focused on stewardship’

If you have read The Sun’s “Messages from the Heart of Springs” columns, you will know that many cultures around the world hold water as sacred. If you follow the news, you’ll be aware of the many statewide water issues plaguing North Florida’s springs, South Florida’s Everglades, and the many estuaries, wetlands, lakes and rivers that continue to suffer from …

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Navigate the wonders of ancient Egypt

On the occasion of the centenary of the king by Tutankhamun discovery in the Valley of the Kings, Viking River Cruises has launched the Viking Osiris, an ultra-modern vessel designed specifically for Nile cruising. Egypt and the Nile offer a unique and attractive alternative to the more established and better known river cruises in Europe. Probably the longest river in …

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Assam: Diocese of Dibrugharh organizes media training for priests and religious

Felix Antoine – Dibrugarh: The Diocese of Dibrugarh, in the state of Assam in northeastern India, on August 29, 2022, organized a media training program for its priests and nuns at the Mancotta Pastoral Center. Speaking at the inaugural ceremony, Bishop Albert Hemrom, who is also the Chairman of the Media Commission of the North Eastern Regional Council of Bishops …

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2 monks in Tibet imprisoned for exercising their right to freedom of expression

Dharamsala, August 29: The Tibetan Center for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD) on Monday condemned the sentencing of two monks — Tenzin Dhargay and Rigtse — to prison simply for exercising the right to freedom of expression, a right protected by the Chinese constitution as well as by major international human rights instruments to which the Beijing government is a …

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HC verdict on Thalaivetti Muniyappan opens space for Buddhist history in state

Although it has no overt political implications, scholars believe the decision could have an impact on India’s history and historiography. Although it has no overt political implications, scholars believe the decision could have an impact on India’s history and historiography. The recent Madras High Court verdict ordering the Department of Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments (HR&CE) to hand over 26 …

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Roundabout | String words, pin to send notes of love, peace

At a time when the very art of writing is threatened by the ticking and clicking of digital media, artists are making a point of returning to the warmth of the human hand and the art of painting letters in a stylized form with a pen or brush. The experiments are numerous, and photographers and painters combine it with other …

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A RARE BLACK STONE STELE OF THE DESCENT OF BUDDHA FROM HEAVEN TRAYATRIMSHA

The northeastern regions of the Indian subcontinent, in what is now the Indian states of Bihar and West Bengal and the country of Bangladesh, were, from the 8th to 12th centuries, some of the intellectual, cultural and artistic centers largest in South Asia. . The location of many of the Buddha’s most important life stories, including attaining enlightenment at …

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Artifacts reappear due to heat

Extreme weather affects everything everywhere, from agriculture to energy transportation. Reemerging artifacts have been lost over time by natural forces or for developmental reasons. A prehistoric stone circle and a medieval village have been discovered in Spain amid extreme drought. Ancient relics, prehistoric treasures and medieval villages are among the underwater artifacts that have resurfaced as water levels around the …

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Ford Research Finds Diverse Friendships Promote Interethnic Trust in Kenyan Schools | News | Department of Political Science

Kenya’s Basic Education Act 2013 increased the number of national schools and increased student body diversity quotas based on the Act’s guiding principles: the “promotion of peace, inclusiveness , cohesion, tolerance and inclusion” and the promotion of “the spirit and sense of patriotism, national identity, unity of purpose, unity and respect. This policy shift has allowed researchers from the Ford …

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Saint-Pierre’s birthplace may be discovered by archaeologists

In a stunning claim, archaeologists believe they have uncovered the home of Peter and Andrew, primary disciples of Jesus Christ. A team led by archaeologists Mordechai Aviam and Steven Notley has unearthed a large Greek inscription in a Byzantine-era basilica from 1,200 years ago. The inscription refers to the donor “Constantine, the servant of Christ”, as well as an intercession …

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The case of the missing Indian scientist

India has failed to spread science culture not only among the public but also among the scientists themselves India has failed to spread science culture not only among the public but also among the scientists themselves Jits 75th year of independence is a milestone for India; an opportunity to take stock of developments in various fields over the past seven …

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Pence is wrong. DOJ and FBI Rot Spreads Far Beyond Garland

When it comes to how the Deep State regime is at war with Republicans, former Vice President Mike Pence’s No. cop” to former President Donald’s “bad cop”. Asset. Talk in New Hampshire last week, Pence typically tried to have it both ways on the unprecedented assault on norms the incident represented. After vaguely calling for transparency, Pence said: I also …

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Pocahontas Puts The Lion King Production At A Major Disadvantage

In a 2017 interview with Collider, “The Lion King” co-director Rob Minkoff said Jeffrey Katzenberg had very high hopes for “Pocahontas” at the time of its development, believing it could be a contender. seriously at the Oscars. “The Lion King”, on the other hand, was described by Katzenberg as an early “experiment”, which in its own way was liberating because, …

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HT Podcast: When the Nation Stopped Cooperating | Latest India News

The Rowlatt Act and the Jallianwala Bagh massacre had enraged nationalist opinion. And it was in this context that the Mahatma launched his first truly mass national movement against the Empire – the non-cooperation movement – in 1920. Added to this was the demand for the restoration of the caliphate, a demand that is close to his heart. Indian Muslims. …

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The Dalai Lama’s many travels through China “irile” Ladakh

LEH: For India, the Tibetan spiritual leader, the 87-year-old Dalai Lama, is a symbol of Buddhism, also a revered guest not only of India but of its citizens. He is currently traveling through the remote mountainous region of Ladakh, bordering Tibet, to give an audience to people of all faiths, “angrying” China. The visit to the cold desert of Ladakh, …

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China became aggressive and powerful under Xi Mumin Chen (Taiwanese diplomat)

Mumin Chen, deputy representative of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Center in Delhi and professor of international politics at National Chung Hsing University in Taiwan, was the first Taiwanese national to visit Tawang, when he traveled to the border district from Arunachal Pradesh in 2012. It took him three years to get permission and the visit was for academic purposes. …

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A group of cross-party MPs seeking Bharat Ratna for the Dalai Lama

India’s all-party Parliamentary Forum for Tibet decided to urge the government to bestow the Bharat Ratna on the Dalai Lama and called for a joint session of parliament to address him. He also proposed the adoption of a policy inspired by the Tibetan Policy and Support Act of the United States. The forum, which has more than 20 MPs, including …

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Office Specialist, Principal – Central Records Job – Hennepin County

++OPENING DATE :++ 08/17/22 ++CLOSING DATE:++ 8/31/22 11:59 PM CET ++TYPE OF EMPLOYMENT:++ Full time ++LOCATION:++ Downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota ++DEPARTMENT:++ Sheriff’s office ++THE POSITION++ Join the Central Records Unit of the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office in the role of a Main Office Specialist. This position requires flexibility, attention to detail, customer service skills and computer software skills. *_Location and Hours: …

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Dynastic Profile of Muslim Rulers in the Maldives | By Dr. Rajkumar Singh, Bihar

Dynastic Profile of Muslim Rulers in the Maldives GEOGRAPHICALLY, the South Asian country of the Maldives is estimated to be around 90,000,000 square kilometers in size and covers the areas of sea, land and all islands, having the characteristics of the scattered sovereign states of the world with a small Asian country and one of the smallest Muslim-majority populations on …

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Imaginary landscapes | Arts and events

Photographer and sculptor explores worlds past and present in new exhibition LA Louver Artists have the power to create worlds, which is exactly what Sean Higgins does. Working with photography, collages, ceramics and Plexiglas, the artist explores landscapes, dreams and memories. The Los Angeles-based artist has returned to LA Louvre where he first exhibited as part of the group show …

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Rushdie Attack’s roots are in India, not Iran

Placeholder while loading article actions As an Indian, I claim Salman Rushdie as one of us. He is, more than anything else, an Indian author whose writing is shaped by his heritage as a Muslim from the subcontinent, as well as a child of what was once secular and cosmopolitan Bombay (now known as from Mumbai). In a terrible irony, …

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The Dalai Lama meets the Muslim community of Zanskar

By Choekyi Lhamo DHARAMSHALA, August 16: Tibetan leader-in-exile His Holiness the Dalai Lama visited Eid Gah in Padum on Saturday at the invitation of the Muslim community of Zanskar, Ladakh. The spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhism greeted the congregants and said, “As a Buddhist monk, wherever I go, I encourage people to cultivate interfaith harmony. All religious traditions advise their …

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Towns and cities brace for zoning law changes aimed at boosting housing

House Bill 1661 contains a set of newly enacted zoning and planning laws aimed at encouraging more affordable housing in communities. As New Hampshire school boards prepare for the school year, local planning boards face a different action deadline: August 23. It’s the day towns must start adhering to a set of new zoning and planning laws passed by the …

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The author will sign a book on the textile art of Tibet

Leslie Rinchen WongmoCOURTESY PICTURESLeslie Rinchen-Wongmo is a textile artist and the author of “Threads of Awakening: An American Woman’s Journey into Tibet’s Sacred Textile Art”. SANTA BARBARA — Author Leslie Rinchen-Wongmo will read an excerpt from her book, “Threads of Awakening: An American Woman’s Journey into Tibet’s Sacred Textile Art,” at 6 p.m. Sept. 6 at Chaucer’s Books, 3321 State …

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Pfizer CEO fell ill with Covid-19 after four vaccinations

Albert Burla fell ill with coronavirus after four vaccinations. Photo: Ferra Head of the American pharmaceutical company Pfizer Albert Burla was infected with the coronavirus. Vin gave four vaccinations with her formula. She feels well and has mild symptoms, wrote wine on Twitter. “I want to inform you that I have a positive result for Covid-19”, wrote the CEO. READ …

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People have immense confidence in the Indian judicial system, which gives it a unique character: CJI Ramana

India’s Chief Justice NV Ramana said on Monday that the country’s judicial system was unique, not only because of its dedication to the written Constitution and its spirit, but also because of the immense faith that the people grant it. Addressing the gathering during the 76th Independence Day celebrations at the Supreme Court Complex, Ramana said, “People are confident that …

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Shanghai doctors fix birth defect of 3-month-old Tibetan baby

A 3-month-old Tibetan boy was discharged from Shanghai Xinhua Hospital on Monday after successful minimally invasive surgery to repair his congenital esophageal disconnection. The boy started spitting bubbles on delivery and was unable to eat. He was diagnosed with congenital esophageal atresia, a severe inborn malformation that means the esophagus is broken. Ti Gong The distance from the disconnected esophagus …

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Employer sues for ‘religious freedom’ to drop PrEP coverage complains of bad publicity

One of the plaintiffs in what could be a landmark case denying health insurance coverage for PrEP and contraception is complaining of being harassed. John Kelley, an orthodontist from Tarrant County, Texas, is among four plaintiffs in a class action lawsuit filed in the state challenging the federal government’s authority to mandate access to free vaccines, contraception, screening cancer and …

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Tamil Nadu Governor Rajinikanth, Other Leaders Join ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ Campaign

Tamil Nadu Governor RN Ravi, Tamil movie superstar Rajinikanth and several leaders joined the “Har Ghar Tiranga” campaign on Saturday as an enthusiastic public displayed their patriotism by unfurling the national tricolor atop their homes. The tricolor flew atop several houses across Tamil Nadu in response to the Centre’s call to hoist national flags from August 13-15 as part of …

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Kendal Buddhist Group Celebrates 20th Anniversary of Bishop Francis Slattery

A BUDDHIST organization in Kendal has celebrated the twentieth birthday of one of its most dedicated members. A celebration was held at Milnthorpe Rectory on August 8 to mark the 20th anniversary of Bishop Francis Slattery’s involvement in interfaith for Kendal. He became involved in interfaith work in Cumbria in 2002; when the then Bishop of Lancaster, the Most Reverend …

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Two more ships leave Ukraine, Turkish Defense Ministry says

KARACHI: The practice of stone craftsmanship in the region that makes up modern Pakistan is as old as Buddhism itself, but without government support and after decades of militant attacks that have scared off foreign buyers and stopped exports, the old art is practically lost. Today, a handful of artists and entrepreneurs are trying to preserve and restore dying craftsmanship. …

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Communal clashes erupt over interfaith love affair

On Thursday, August 11, Karnataka Police imposed Section 144 in the village of Hulihyder in Koppal district of Karnataka, after members of the two communities came face to face over an alleged romance. interreligious. According to the police, two people, namely Pacha Walli (22) and Yenakapaa Talavad (60), died in the clashes and at least six others were injured as …

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Tibetan monk tortured for sharing information about self-immolation

By Choekyi Lhamo DHARAMSHALA, August 10: The Dharamshala-based research group Tibetan Center for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD) on Wednesday revealed new findings in a self-immolation case of Tenzin Sherab, 33, who died in 2013 in the county of Chumarleb in the Kyegu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in the Traditional Tibetan Province of Kham. A monk named Tseta at the local …

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China closes Potala Palace after Covid-19 outbreak reported in Tibet | Travel

The Potala Palace, which was the traditional residence of Tibet’s Buddhist rulers, would be closed from Tuesday, with a reopening date to be announced later, as Chinese authorities report a minor outbreak of Covid-19 in the region. of the Himalayas. PTI | | Posted by Zarafshan Shirazbeijing Chinese authorities have closed the famous Potala Palace in Tibet after a minor …

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Newcomers Accelerate Growth at Goulburn Catholic Schools

Back to school – Julie Downey, daughter Lauren Whalan and grandchildren Tully and Rupert Whalan. Photo: John Thistleton. Families moving to Goulburn have increased enrollment in the town’s two Catholic primary schools. Second and third generation families who have attended the schools also send their children there. The healthy enrollment contrasts with the latest Australian census which reveals that while …

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Khyentse Foundation honors Erik Pema Kunsang with Khyentse Fellowship 2022 – Buddhistdoor Global

Erik Pema Kunsang. At gomde.eu The Khyentse Foundation, a non-profit organization founded by renowned Bhutanese lama, filmmaker and author Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse Rinpoche, announced that it has awarded this year’s Khyentse Foundation Fellowship to respected Dharma teacher and translator Erik Pema Kunsang . The Khyentse Foundation Scholarship is the highest honor among the foundation’s four annual awards for individuals in …

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A unique 12-week Bible study with a format all Christians will enjoy

Politicians and the media divided people along economic, racial and religious lines. Jesus unites all nations and peoples regardless of race, nation or economic status RAYMOND, Wash. (PRWEB) August 08, 2022 Author Charles Rushing provides Christians with an understandable interpretation of Scripture by God’s Redneck Social Justice Warrior: A Bible Study in Amos ($14.49, paperback, 9781662854385; $6.99, e-book, 9781662854392). …

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John Woods embarks on a delightful new adventure

Woods retires from First Choice Catering and produces YouTube cooking videos For more than 30 years, the names John Woods and First Choice Catering have been synonymous with delicious food in DeSoto County. From cooking catfish at a local grocery store he owned, to traveling the world to experience different cuisines, and then operating one of the region’s most successful …

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Letters to the Editor: August 6, 2022

– Tonya Casey, Board Member, Dayton Chapter of the American Heart Association A recent letter to the editor (July 23, 2022) mentioned issues with releasing children from school to follow a weekly Bible study schedule. In the early 1950s, as a third-grade teacher in another state, I experienced the impracticality of this policy. Once a week, an hour and a …

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Bonsai Show August 5-6 at Sherman Library & Gardens in Corona del Mar

a bonsai Come to Sherman Library & Gardens this Saturday and Sunday August 5 and 6 and discover the art of bonsai. The show will include an exhibition of exquisite miniature trees presented by the Orange Empire Bonsai Society and will introduce visitors to a variety of techniques and approaches. Following ancient Japanese tradition, the trees are intended to replicate …

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HC rejects call to ban kite, says it’s a cultural activity

The Delhi High Court on Friday declined to issue directions to ban kite flying in the capital, but ordered the city government and police to ensure compliance with orders banning the sale of synthetic “manja”. A bench of Chief Justice Satish Chandra Sharma and Justice Subramonium Prasad noted that kite flying is a “cultural activity” and can be associated with …

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Quiz on Indian historical places that will prove if you are a history buff

1# This fortress is located in a city known for another world famous mausoleum. Photo credit: iStock Agra Fortdefault✓😁😪 strong red default✓😁😪 2# A landmark in one of the main metropolitan cities that you cannot miss. Photo credit: iStock India Gatedefault✓😁😪 India Gate default✓😁😪 3# The intricate details on the monument and the domes have to ring a bell for …

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Abortion rights for all – India Legal

By Shaan Katari Libby A single woman recently received the same treatment as a married woman regarding her bodily right to an abortion. This is indeed a welcome decision by the Supreme Court. In X v The Principal Secretary Health and Family Welfare Department & Anr (sc 2022), Justices DY Chandrachud, Surya Kant and AS Bopanna recognized that under Section …

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Lorcán Mac Mathúna and Daire Bracken discuss ancient Irish poetry and meter with Martin Hayes @ Masters of Tradition 2022

The Masters of Tradition festival takes place August 24-28 in Bantry, Co. Cork. Hosted by violinist Martin Hayes, this year’s festival concerts feature Kathryn Tickell, Lorcán MacMathúna, Daire Bracken, Cormac McCarthy, Aoife Ní Bhriain, Kate Ellis, Nell Ní Chróinín, Catherine McHugh, Caitlín Nic Gabhann, Ciarán Ó Maonaigh , David Power, Marja Gaynor, John Walsh, Steve Cooney, Derek Hickey, Stephanie Keane, …

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How ‘Brahmin’ Rahul Gandhi gave up his ‘Janeu’ to join the Lingayat sect in the name of politics

On August 3, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was initiated into the Lingayat sect by the seer of Muruga Mutt, Shivamurthy Muruga Sharana, located in central Karnataka. In a tweet, Gandhi said, “It is an absolute honor to visit Sri Jagadguru Murugharajendra Vidyapeetha and receive ‘Ishtalinga Deekshe’ from Dr Sri Shivamurthy Murugha Sharanaru. It is an absolute honor to visit Sri …

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Indian guru Padmasambhava founded Buddhism in Tibet

Tibetan history credits Guru Padmasambhava as one of the founding fathers of Buddhism in Tibet along with Acharya Shantarakshita of India. He was one of the famous seventeen outstanding Pandit scholars of Nalanda Monastic University in India. Guru Padmasambhava, a great Indian tantric master of the 8th century is an important figure in Buddhism. He was instrumental in establishing Vajrayana …

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The paradox of secularism

Secularism has been a buzzword and watchword in the modern era, especially in post-independence India. All political parties swear by secularism and compete with each other to prove that they are more secular than the others. Secularists and die-hard intellectuals were shot in the arm when Indira Gandhi, by the Constitution (42nd Amendment) Act of 1976, amended the preamble of …

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The historical secrets of the village of Narayanagiri leave the historian in suspense

Warangal: Traces of Buddhist, Jain, Shaivite and Vaishnavite religions, as well as artifacts from prehistoric times, have been identified by R. Rathnakar Reddy in Narayanagiri village of Dharmasagar mandal in Hanumakonda district. Among the historical finds was a large sculpture of Mahakali, as well as a Karanda Makutam (throne), found near the Narasimha Swamy Gutta near Chittem Rallagadda. As the …

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University of Alabama at Birmingham: Four University and Community Health Systems Partner to Address Palliative Care Disparities Among African Americans | India Education | Latest Education News | World Education News

African Americans are 50% less likely to access or receive palliative care than white patients due to racism, a lack of cultural understanding among physicians, and a history of distrust of the healthcare system among African American patients. Therefore, the last weeks and months of the lives of these patients, as well as those of their relatives, may be further …

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How love is shown across the world – Guardian Life – The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News

11 minutes ago Love involves a range of strong and positive emotional affection towards someone or something. Our culture greatly influences how we show our love for others, because culture is the social behavior of humans. People from different cultures around the world show love in different, sometimes bizarre ways. They are eleven… 32 minutes ago Nichelle Nichols, known for …

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