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Tibetan activist trained by “Bombay” local trains | Bombay News

Two decades have passed since Tibetan poet-activist Tenzin Tsundue left the city he still calls Bombay. Two decades have passed since Tibetan poet-activist Tenzin Tsundue left the city he still calls Bombay. On the occasion of Losar, the Tibetan New Year, Tenzin Tsundue, who had protested against China’s “aggressive” policy towards his homeland by climbing to the 14th floor of …

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Unease in BJP sections, attempt to dial down

The Government of Karnataka indication of an overhaul of his school uniform orderBJP’s distancing from Education Minister’s remarks on a ‘uniform dress code’ comes amid growing unease within the BJP’s top leadership over how the ‘hijab line’ takes place. Sources said there was a feeling that the Karnataka government and the state’s BJP had allowed protests by a “small group …

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‘Boycott Chennai Super Kings’ – Fans outraged after Sri Lankan army player joins IPL champions

As the 2022 Indian Premier League auction ended this week, controversy erupted after defending champions Chennai Super Kings bought Sri Lankan army cricketer Maheesh Theekshana to join the franchise based in Tamil Nadu. The hashtags #Boycott_ChennaiSuperKings and #DontNormaliseTamilGenocide began to be shared on social media platforms as the Sri Lankan army corporal joined the squad. The 21-year-old has previously praised …

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Prime Minister hails youth power at Bal Puraskar gathering | Latest India News

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday presented the Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Bal Puraskar to the children chosen for the honors and asked them to support the ‘Vocal for Local’ campaign, although he added that the awards carry a huge responsibility For the young . The Prime Minister digitally awarded Bal Puraskar recipients with certificates using “blockchain technology” during …

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Shringara Coffee Table Book of Shrinathji: Faith and Small Masterpieces

Shringara by Shrinathji features a museum-worthy collection of 60 miniature paintings Sometimes chance encounters lead to lavish results. Such was the case when product designer Vikram Goyal found himself dining with Bipin Shah of Mapin Publishing, the pasha of coffee table book publishing. What started as a casual conversation in early 2020 turned into a foreclosure project, culminating in a …

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China silent on Kashmir, Palestine’

Islamabad: Human Rights Minister Dr. Shireen Mazari says the US is playing the ‘Xinjiang card’ against China while keeping silent on Kashmir and Palestine. The Pakistan-China Institute (PCI) hosted a unique webinar on the “New Cold War? Playing the Xinjiang card against China” as part of its flagship event series, “Friends of Silk Road (FOSR)”. The webinar brought together over …

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Why looking at Varanasi through the prism of its views on the ruling party is disrespectful to its pluralistic character

Varanasi has witnessed the coming and going of many empires and dynasties, kings and queens, all leaving their mark for posterity but ultimately overshadowed by its magnificence. Archive image of the Gyanwapi Mosque in Varanasi. Image Courtesy: [email protected]/Wikimedia Commons Images of Varanasi on social media often fetishize naked sadhus wielding trishul with ash on their bodies, pilgrims taking holy baths …

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unrelated bigotry | Indian express

[ad_1] They first came for the Communists, and I didn’t say anything –Because I was not a communist.Then they came looking for the Socialists, and I didn’t say anything –Because I was not a socialist.Then they came looking for the trade unionists, and I didn’t say anything –Because I was not a trade unionist.So they came looking for the Jews, …

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Religious leaders criticize persecution of Indian minorities

[ad_1] LAHORE: Leaders of different faiths and schools of religious thought in Pakistan have called on global human rights bodies to take immediate action to end atrocities against minorities in India by extremist Hindu groups under the patronage of the state. Religious leaders also called on the UN, OIC and global human rights watchdogs to take immediate action against the …

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12 dead in wave of crowds at popular Hindu shrine in Kashmir

[ad_1] Crowds at popular Hindu shrine in Indian-controlled Kashmir killed at least 12 and injured 15 on New Years Day Through Associated Press AIJAZ HUSSAIN January 1, 2022, 9:33 a.m. • 2 minutes to read Share on FacebookShare on twitterEmail this article SRINAGAR, India – A wave of crowds at a popular Hindu shrine in Indian-controlled Kashmir killed at least …

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Narendra Modi and bloodthirsty pregnant Dharam Sansad are closer than most people think

[ad_1] Speaking in his usual dog-whistle mode, Prime Minister Narendra Modi reinforced Haridwar’s hideous message ‘Dharam Sansad’. Those expressing disappointment at the failure of BJP leaders and Union ministers – let alone the Prime Minister and Home Secretary – to condemn the genocidal appeals against Muslims launched by the speakers must understand that ‘there is no substantial difference between them. …

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Main Indian opposition party urges Indian diaspora to condemn anti-Muslim hate speech

[ad_1] Mr. Modi is the leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which has historically represented Hindu nationalist interests and has ruled India since 2014. The Indian National Congress (INC) is the main opposition party, led by Sonia Gandhi, wife of Rajiv Gandhi, the former Indian Prime Minister assassinated in 1991. Read more Ms Mohamed’s comments come days after right-wing …

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shah: Only Prime Minister Modi conceived the idea of ​​strengthening the Hindu religion: Amit Shah | India News

[ad_1] LUCK: Welcoming Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the creation of the Kashi Vishwanath Corridor in Varanasi, Minister of Interior and Union Cooperation Amit Shah said on Friday that only Prime Minister Modi had conceived the idea to strengthen the Hindu religion. Shah’s remarks came during the inaugural ceremony of 13 new branches of Uttar Pradesh cooperative banks, its 294 …

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Tibetan President Penpa Tsering: priority is to restart talks with China

[ad_1] Penpa Tsering, sikyong (chairman) of the Tibetan Central Administration (CTA) based in Dharamshala, intends to denounce China’s growing belligerence along the Indian border. The hawkish leader of the Tibetan government in exile has ordered his Ministry of State Security to prepare a report on the activities of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) on the Tibetan plateau, which he intends …

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi calls for joint efforts to shape global standards for social media and cryptocurrencies

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday called for united efforts to shape global standards for emerging technologies such as social media and cryptocurrencies to be used to “strengthen” democracy, not “undermine” it. “. In a virtual speech at the Democracy Summit hosted by US President Joe Biden, Modi said India would be happy to share its expertise in holding free …

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How many countries will follow the US boycott of the Beijing Olympics?

[ad_1] SEOUL – Neither President Biden nor other U.S. officials are going, but the Russian leader could. New Zealand says it decided months ago that its diplomats would not be attending. Political leaders of other nations should also bow out, whether or not they state an explicit reason. In less than two months, China will open the 24th Winter Olympics …

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This teacher was fired because of his sexuality

[ad_1] Laws already allow some schools to discriminate against LGBTIQ teachers. Craig Campbell is one of those who lost their jobs for what they are. High school teacher Craig Campbell received an email from the WA Teacher Registration Board indicating that after working for two years as a relief teacher at a Baptist college south of Perth, he had been …

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Don’t Arouse AAC Passions: Yogi Adityanath

[ad_1] Calling AIMIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi “an agent of the Samajwadi party”, Uttar Padesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday threatened to take “strict measures” against those “who want to stir up passions again” about the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The CAA was promulgated by the BJP government at the Center to provide Indian citizenship to Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain, …

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Understand why Prime Minister Modi announced the withdrawal of Farm Bills

[ad_1] The withdrawal of the three agricultural bills, announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a speech to the nation, has sparked much debate. From estimating the motivations for this movement to observing the crystal, and from predicting collateral fallout to even predicting a political turn of events, there have been many analytical responses. But why go so far or …

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Guru Nanak Jayanti celebrated with religious fervor

[ad_1] AMN / WEB OFFICE Guru Nanak Jayanti or Gurpurab is celebrated with religious fervor across India and the world today. It marks the birth of the first Sikh guru, Guru Nanak Dev Ji, who laid the foundation for Sikhism. This year marks the 552nd anniversary of the birth of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. On this day, devotees around the …

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Muslims persecuted for faith in India, say families at US congressional briefing – Kashmir Media Service

[ad_1] Washington, DC, November 18 (KMS): Muslim prisoners of conscience jailed in India on false criminal charges continue to be beaten, tortured and other forms of violence for exposing the government’s persecution of religious minorities, said their families at a US Congressional Briefing titled “Prisoners of Conscience in India”. The Indian American Muslim Council said in a statement that participants …

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“Fractured Himalayas” rightly puts Tibet at the center of the Indo-Chinese conflict

[ad_1] Arriving just before the 60th anniversary of the Sino-Indian war, Nirupama Rao’s Fractured Himalayas examines the 13 consecutive years leading up to 1962, a period that has shaped and constrained relations between the two countries since then. Combining a diplomat’s eye for negotiation and a historian’s ease with multi-faceted explanations, Rao’s book is sure to become required reading on …

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Gotabaya’s Disappointing Presidency – The Diplomat

[ad_1] Advertising On November 18, Gotabaya Rajapaksa will finish his two years as President of Sri Lanka. He won a decisive mandate; Sinhala Buddhist nationalists, who constitute the majority of the island, voted overwhelmingly for him. However, his two years at the helm have been disappointing. In his electoral manifesto, Gotabaya promised to make Sri Lanka a “prosperous” country. But …

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Indian Sikh pilgrims to travel to Pakistan for Gurupurab

[ad_1] Indian Sikh pilgrims will travel to neighboring Pakistan for the Gurupurab, the Foreign Ministry said Thursday. As many as 1,500 pilgrims will travel to Pakistan from November 17-26 under the 1974 Protocol on Visits to Religious Shrines in India-Pak, MEA said. They will visit Gurdwara Darbar Sahib, Sri Panja Sahib, Dera Sahib, Nankana Sahib and Kartarpur Sahib Gurdwara Sacha …

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Two lessons from the Aryan Khan affair

[ad_1] In recent days, the print, electronic and social media have been concerned about the Aryan Khan affair. Without a doubt, this is due to the fact that he is the son of Hindi cinema superstar Shah Rukh Khan. In keeping with the current majority ethic in the country, Khan being a Muslim has become relevant. His nearly three-decade-old interfaith …

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Editorial: Showtime – Telegraph India

[ad_1] Critics of Mr. Modi alleged, not without reason, that his meeting with the Pope was another attempt by the PM to reap political dividends The Editorial Board | Posted 02.11.21, 01:47 AM Politics is rich in symbolism. But not all symbolic acts make sense. Consider Narendra Modi’s warm meeting with the Pope where the Prime Minister invited the papal …

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Pakistani government, TLP reaches agreement after long discussions – The New Indian Express

[ad_1] Through PTI ISLAMABAD: Pakistani government and banned group Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) reached agreement after protracted negotiations after days of violent protests by party members demanding release of party leader and expulsion of the French Ambassador, appointed the negotiating team by Prime Minister Imran Khan announced on Sunday. Prime Minister Khan on Saturday tasked a group of influential clerics with …

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From popularity among Dalits to promoting tourism: the new life of Buddhism in India

[ad_1] Earlier this month, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated Kushinagar International Airport. Eastern UP airport should serve the Buddhist tourist circuit. Since 2016, the Ministry of Tourism has been actively promoting India’s first transnational tourism circuit. The tour map includes Bodh Gaya, Vaishali and Rajgir in Bihar, Kushinagar, Sarnath and Shravasti in UP as well as Lumbini in Nepal. The …

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Shrinking space for religious minorities in Sri Lanka – the diplomat

[ad_1] Advertising Two reports on religious freedom violations in Sri Lanka released less than a week apart demonstrate growing concern over human rights and interfaith relations on the island. A major UK religious freedom group and a US government special committee have both painted an increasingly problematic scene. Countries concerned about minority rights in Sri Lanka should engage Colombo on …

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From love songs to kurta advertisements, Urdu is popular with Indians. Why do Hindutva’s followers hate him so much?

[ad_1] Even by the criteria of Hindutva outrage, what happened on Tuesday looked ludicrous: Some Indians, including top leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party, were angry that clothing brand FabIndia had named a Diwali collection in urdu. They claimed that the Urdu language simply cannot be associated with a Hindu festival. A nervous FabIndia quickly withdrew the publicity for the …

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Will South Asia Go Blind?

[ad_1] Borders define countries. Boundaries cannot contain people. The history of the world has many examples of large numbers of people migrating from one country to another. The 20th century was – and now the 21st century is – remarkable for migration. There is a body called the International Organization for Migration (IOM) which is part of the United Nations …

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Kushinagar International Airport inaugurated by Narendra Modi

[ad_1] Nothing is permanent, therefore everything is precious. Here is a selection of some events, ephemeral or not, in the Buddhist world this week. Inauguration of Kushinagar International Airport, site of the Buddha’s death Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday inaugurated the Kushinagar International Airport in Uttar Pradesh as part of the government’s efforts to promote India’s Buddhist heritage. …

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Modi’s Islamophobic policies worsen conditions for Rohingya refugees in India

[ad_1] NEW DELHI — After decades of persecution in Myanmar, culminating in the genocidal army crackdown in 2017, hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims have sought refuge around the world. Many of those who have fled are struggling to resettle in their countries of asylum, particularly in India, where nearly 17,000 Rohingya live in refugee camps. Many say the opportunities …

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Inaugural flight to Kushinagar cements eternally binding Indo-Lankan Buddhist bond – Eurasia Review

[ad_1] By Sugeeswara Senadhira An inaugural flight from Colombo to India’s newest international airport, Kushinagar, landed on October 20 to mark the official opening of the airport by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The flight carried 150 dignitaries, including the most senior Buddhist monks of the four nikayas (sects) and the son of Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa, Cabinet Minister Namal …

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President and Prime Minister greet Buddhists in Pravarana Purnima

[ad_1] In separate messages they wished success to all festival programs President M Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina greeted Buddhists on the occasion of their second largest religious holiday, the sacred “Pravarana Purnima” and the “Kathin Chibar Dan” (yellow robe offering ceremony) of a month that begins on Wednesday. In separate messages on Tuesday, they wished all festival …

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Bangladesh steps up security as violence targets Hindu festival

[ad_1] DHAKA, Bangladesh – Paramilitary forces spread across much of Bangladesh on Friday to help curb the worst community violence in years targeting members of the Hindu minority as they celebrated their biggest annual religious holiday. At least four people have been confirmed dead and more than 100 injured since Wednesday as violence spread across the country over allegations that …

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Mr. PM, a critic speaks

[ad_1] The Prime Minister recently revealed, in one of his few interviews, that he lacks criticism. “But, unfortunately, the number of critics is very low,” he said. “Most of the time people are just making claims, more people are playing perception games.” It is with these words in mind that I clarify before going any further that I consider myself …

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BBC must improve to defend itself | David hare

[ad_1] Given that the BBC must endure a daily barrage of envy from less popular competitors, one would think it would have now become more adept at defending itself. Private Eye reported that over the summer more than 2,000 articles were devoted to the means by which Martin Bashir obtained an interview with Diana, Princess of Wales in 1995. Was …

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Why India’s ancient republics need to be recognized for their place in world history

[ad_1] On September 25, while addressing the UN General Assembly in New York, Prime Minister Narendra Modi made an important historical point: India is not just the world’s largest democracy, but also the “mother of democracy”. This assertion would unsettle several long-held Western notions about our world, and it should. The existence of proto forms of democracy and republicanism in …

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Latest News Live updates from September 28, 2021: PM Modi will launch today 35 varieties of crops with special traits

[ad_1] Latest News Live updates from September 28, 2021: Seeking to educate the masses about adopting climate-resilient technologies, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will dedicate 35 crop varieties to the nation on Tuesday with special traits. During the virtual ceremony, he will also inaugurate the newly constructed campus of the National Institute for Biotic Stress Tolerance, Raipur, the Prime Minister’s Office …

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When will Tibet be liberated from China and how? – OpEd – Eurasia Review

[ad_1] It has now been more than six decades since China forcibly occupied Tibet by sending in its army and mercilessly slaughtering protesting Tibetans. The Dalai Lama and his supporters had no choice but to leave Tibet and China has taken severe measures to consolidate its hold over the Tibetan region. He has systematically taken steps to dilute the Tibetan …

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American Indians protest outside the White House against Modi’s visit | Islamophobia News

[ad_1] Washington DC – Dozens of American Indians gathered in Lafayette Square, the park in front of the White House, to protest Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the United States. Chanting slogans and waving placards stating “Save India from Fascism,” protesters on Thursday blasted Modi for human rights abuses, persecution of Muslims and other minorities, new agricultural laws …

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Top 10 Global News: China Acts After US Warship Passed Through Taiwan Strait, Low Turnout In J6 Rally And More, World News

[ad_1] According to reports, the The People’s Liberation Army’s Eastern Theater Command dispatched naval and air forces to conduct joint patrols and combat exercises “in the waters and airspace in southwestern Taiwan” to monitor the situation. American ship throughout the Taiwan Strait. In addition, less than 100 right-wing demonstrators, largely outnumbered by an overwhelming police presence and even by journalists, …

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“Pakistan and Saudi Arabia bound by religion and region” – Journal

[ad_1] KARACHI: A book titled Pakistan’s Relations with Saudi Arabia by former Ambassador Shahid Amin was launched at the Institute of Business Management (IoBM) on Saturday afternoon. Speaking on the occasion, former Senator and Information Minister Javed Jabbar said the book was truly a remarkable contribution to a very limited range of literature on the subject. “What better gentleman to …

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“India should share its ancient knowledge with the world”: the Dalai Lama

[ad_1] Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama said Thursday, September 16, that India should share its ancient knowledge with the world. The Dalai Lama also appreciated India’s secular approach to treating all spiritual traditions with respect. The spiritual Buddhist said that the Indians have been their “gurus” and now is the time for India to share its knowledge with the …

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Online exclusive: Nalanda is still a ghost of the past

[ad_1] It was not easy to enter. Long before entrance exams – or certainly before unbelievably high thresholds became the norm – Nalanda University had a testing system. Maybe even the first. Hsuan-Tsang or Xuanzang, as it is now called, traveled to India and wrote about how admission was based on learning. Only 20 to 30 percent of applicants passed. …

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Indian court urges Modi to ‘protect Hindu rights’ with new communalist ‘cow protection’ legislation

[ad_1] A high court judge in Allahabad, northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, issued a reactionary ruling dripping with Hindu supremacism earlier this month denying Javed bail, a 59-year-old Muslim man. In March, over six months ago, Javed was arrested by Uttar Pradesh police for the “crime” of slaughtering cows under the state’s draconian anti-cow slaughter law, and he has …

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Taliban victory threatens to be a double-edged sword for Pakistan

[ad_1] BESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 2149, September 9, 2021 ABSTRACT: Pakistani efforts to exploit the Taliban’s victory in Afghanistan threaten to reinforce ultra-conservative tendencies in Pakistan itself, the second most populous Muslim-majority country in the world, long accused of supporting militant religious groups. The idea that religious ultra-conservatism cannot remain contained in Afghanistan may be one of the reasons …

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Indian Islam is special | Indian express

[ad_1] This was arguably the most important comment on Islam that an Indian Muslim has made in a long time. But, instead of applause, Naseeruddin Shah found himself in the crosshairs of Hindu and Muslim fanatics. The actor, speaking of the return of the Taliban, said that Indian Muslims welcoming the return of “these barbarians” should remember that Indian Islam …

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“Kalyan Singh was a symbol of faith for the people”: Prime Minister Modi pays last tribute to former UP CM in Lucknow: The Tribune India

[ad_1] Kalyan Singh was “symbol of faith” for people, says Prime Minister Modi Lucknow, August 22 Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday that former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Kalyan Singh was a valued figure and a capable leader who has become a “symbol of faith” for the people. Modi was speaking to reporters after paying a final tribute to …

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How Faith and Politics Mix in Vaccines

[ad_1] Speaking to the CoWIN Global Conclave last month, Prime Minister Modi announced that the CoWin app will soon be made open source and available to all countries. While the Prime Minister wants to present the vaccine booking app as a model of some sort to the world, his reviews at home are far from impressive. As of August 2, …

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From the Editor-in-Chief – Editor’s Note

[ad_1] In the seventh edition of this magazine, March 15, 1976, we published a cover story on India’s growing population and how to control it. It was during the state of emergency and at that time the Congress Party announced a National Population Policy, which detailed population control measures. The intention was noble, but the implementation brutal. During the state …

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Muslims celebrate Eid al-Adha in shadow of pandemic

[ad_1] CAIRO (AP) – Muslims around the world observed another major Islamic holiday on Tuesday in the shadow of the pandemic and amid growing concerns over the highly infectious delta variant of the coronavirus. Eid al-Adha, or the “Feast of the Sacrifice,” is usually marked by community prayers, large social gatherings and, for many, the slaughter of cattle and the …

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Educator Kidnapped in Kyrgyzstan by Turkish Spies Asked About Critical Magazine Subscription

Abdullah Bozkurt / Stockholm Educator Orhan İnandı, a Turkish-Kyrgyz dual national who was kidnapped by Turkish intelligence agency MIT, was asked about his subscriptions to newspapers and magazines critical of the government after he was taken to Turkey, according to a document obtained by Nordic Monitor. İnandı, the founder and president of the prestigious Turkish-Kyrgyz school network Sapat operating in …

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The Muslim influence of Mohan Bhagwat and the logic of commitment

[ad_1] Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) leader Mohan Bhagwat’s recent speech to Muslims welcomed Muslims, reaffirming the first principles of the Indian Constitution – equality of faith, inclusion and accommodation. He also established a common ground for Hindu-Muslim unity based on three fundamental principles common to Hindus and Muslims in India: homeland, tradition and ancestors. Bhagwat’s speech was an attempt to …

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RSS bats for social harmony

BL SarafTwo developments of immense value have been noticed over the past two weeks that will, truly, have a calming effect on high anger and may relieve people of the physical and mental fatigue induced by COVID. They will bode well for the country. First, it was the courts that came to the rescue of the besieged citizens and showed …

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How the Dalai Lama celebrated his 86th birthday

[ad_1] Nothing is permanent, therefore everything is precious. Here is a selection of some events, ephemeral or not, in the Buddhist world this week. The Dalai Lama celebrates his 86th birthday On his 86th birthday, the Dalai Lama posted a message in which he thanked people for their wishes and made special commitments to the environment and the preservation of …

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Tran Thien Khiem, 1925-2021

[ad_1] IIn the aftermath of the first Persian Gulf War, an elated President George HW Bush told an audience of US lawmakers that “by God we have eliminated Vietnam Syndrome once and for all.” Bush was right that the 1991 goal of reversing Saddam Hussein’s aggression against his neighbor was achieved with a speed, efficiency, and (comparatively) low cost that …

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July 7, 1981, forty years ago: TN conversions

[ad_1] Interior Minister Giani Zail Singh assured members of the parliamentary advisory committee attached to his ministry that the government would investigate the large-scale conversion of Hindus to Islam in a village in Tamil Nadu. The committee members are Niren Ghosh (CPM), Atal Bihari Vajpayee (Janata Party) and Madhu Dandavate (Janata). The panel alleged that a huge amount of money …

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Milkha Singh died on June 18

[ad_1] July 3, 2021 BBEFORE HIS best race, at the British Empire and Commonwealth Games in Cardiff in 1958, Milkha Singh was far too stressed to sleep. That day he prayed, touched his forehead to the ground, and promised to do his best; but the honor of India, he told God, was in his hands. It was, after all, the …

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PM missed nation; SC ordinance on compensation for relatives of Covid victims justifies our position: Congress

[ad_1] Congress said on Wednesday that the Supreme Court asking the government to provide compensation to the families of COVID-19 victims is justification for its position and exposed and debunked the Centre’s plan to abdicate responsibility. The opposition party said Prime Minister Narendra Modi has once again failed the nation by not standing by the families of Covid victims and …

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Buenos Aires Hours | Embassy of India leads International Yoga Day celebrations

The Indian Embassy in Argentina hosted a series of celebrations and commemorative events last week to mark International Yoga Day (June 21), raising awareness of the benefits of the ancient practice both offline and online. line. The main celebration took place last Sunday, with an event featuring art, music and dance performances broadcast live from the Indian Embassy. There was …

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