Members of the lost Bnei Menashe tribe celebrate Sukkot in northeast India

(September 20, 2021 / JNS) Like many Jews around the world, members of the Bnei Menashe community in India are gathering to celebrate Sukkot this week. In their festival prayers, they made a special appeal to realize their age-old dream of making alyah over the coming year. “Even in the most remote areas of northeast India, the Bnei Menashe continued …

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Chinese PLA conducts night combat exercise at 16,000 feet above sea level near Indian border

New Delhi, September 20 (IANS): The Chinese People’s Liberation Army conducted a night-time combat exercise over 16,000 feet in the Xinjian heights near the Indian border amid the border dispute between the two countries in eastern Ladakh and ongoing military and diplomatic talks to resolve it. Western Theater Command recently conducted the night combat exercise to boost its capabilities, sources …

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Investors are more vulnerable in the COVID environment

In terms of investment knowledge, almost four-fifths (78.9%) said they had little or no investment knowledge. A minority of 17.5% would have an average knowledge of investments and 3.5% high knowledge of investments. “Despite the pandemic, the IPC is operating at full capacity and remains open,” the report said. “The Clinic’s social workers work remotely and diligently to advance the …

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HC Sends Notice to Center, EC and Delhi Government Regarding PIL Requesting De-Recognition of AAP for Promotion of Ganesh Chaturthi | India News

NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court on Monday issued an opinion to the Center, Election Commission and the Delhi government in a public interest dispute (PIL) demanding the dis-recognition of the Aam Aadmi party on the grounds that he would have violated the basic principles of secularism by promoting Ganesh Chaturthi Puja on television channels and calling on people to …

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2021 Issue of A +, Honors College Magazine, Available Now

Chieko hara A + reports on the research of honored students, including the work of Mary Jia, a junior in biomedical engineering, with cutting-edge CRISPR tools to treat a rare disease. The 2021 issue of A +, Honors College magazine, is available now. Come visit history professor Caree Banton, whose desk is filled with African art, canonical texts, and a …

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The destruction of Turkish cultural heritage in Cyprus, Turkey, Artsakh

The Mother See of Saint Etchmiadzin of the Armenian Apostolic Church recently organized a conference on international religious freedom and peace with the blessings of His Holiness Karekin II, the Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of all Armenians. Tasoula Hadjitofi, founding president of the march of truth, was one of the guests. She spoke about the genocide and her own experience …

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Saudi hospitality: Jubbah a city without doors

The Jubbah Oasis in northern Saudi Arabia, where humans lived during periods of increased rainfall hundreds of thousands of years ago. Image Credit: Courtesy: Projet Paléodéserts Abu Dhabi: Like the Indian village of Shani Chingnapur in Maharashtra which has caught the world’s attention because all of its houses are without locks and doors, the Saudi Arabian town of Jubbah in …

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