Monthly Archives: June 2021

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

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 demanded …

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Tibet’s first high-speed train line enters service

(CNN) – For the first time, travelers to Tibet can enjoy the mountainous views of the region at high speed. A 435-kilometer (250-mile) railway line connecting the Tibetan capital Lhasa to the city of Nyingchi entered service on June 25, giving mainland China’s 31 provincial-level regions high-speed rail access. 47 tunnels, 121 bridges About 90% of the road, which took …

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BSI calls for replacement of Dr BR Ambedkar statue

Delegation of the Buddhist Society of India in the premises of the Collectorate. Journalist: RAIPUR, A delegation from the Buddhist Society of India (BSI) met with the mayor and delivered a memorandum demanding the replacement of the statue of Dr BR Ambedkar located in Ambedkar Chowk. Delegates also met with the district collector and requested a rental deed from the …

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High School Calls For Resource Officer Removal After Complaints Over His ‘Dividing’ Police Public Defense, Thin Blue Line Patch

A suburban Chicago high school dumped its resource officer after receiving complaints about its police “division” public defense and the Thin Blue Line symbol – and the Mount Prospect Police Department chief, in the ‘Illinois, worried about the power a few people may have over a woman’s career, Fox News reported. What’s the background? Agent Lisa Schaps – who served …

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The 4th of July parade: an ivory tradition

By Rita Christopher / Zip06.com • 06/29/2021 1:20 PM EST If it’s July 4th, there must be a parade down Main Street in Ivorton. At least for 14 years, there have been. This year marks the 15th year of the march. The parade will depart at 10 a.m. and will descend Main Street from Ivoryton to Ivoryton Green on Sunday …

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Interfaith couples, “safe house” staff report the “threat” from parents; Delhi government warns

The Delhi government has urged police to provide round-the-clock security at the “safe house” for interfaith or inter-caste couples after staff at the facility reported being “threatened” by them. close to men and women. to shelter. Delhi Police sources said that after receiving a communication from headquarters, staff are deployed in three shifts to ensure the facility is not left …

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Major Segments Buddhist Supplies Market Analysis and Assessment of Future Opportunities 2021-2028

A new report released by Market Research Intellect offers a comprehensive analysis of Buddhist supplies. The report is designed and constructed by studying the major and minor components of the Buddhist supplies market, which is reflected in its detailed segmentation and geographic sections. In this report, the growth prospects and current scenario of the Scaling Device market are covered for …

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Xi Pays Tribute to Officials in Tibet and Xinjiang as Communist Party Celebrates 100 Years | China News

The Chinese president praises the “ordinary heroes” for the country’s development as the party’s centenary celebrations begin. Xi Jinping, Chinese President, kicked off the official celebrations marking the centenary of the Chinese Communist Party with a ceremony honoring 29 people for their “outstanding contributions to the party.” Recipients of the newly created July 1 medal on Tuesday included several soldiers …

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Navajo students capture oral histories in new book about life in Monument Valley

When COVID-19 hit the Navajo reservation last year, families lost more than their loved ones. According to Denece Kitto, principal of Tse’Bii’Nidzisgai Elementary School in Monument Valley, they lost the stories those loved ones were telling. “I kept hearing this line that they left with their stories,” Kitto said. “After hearing it so many times, I was like, ‘Oh my …

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The Ultimate Guide to Mexican BBQ 2021

Kirt Edblom / Flickr The richness of Mexican cuisine is unmatched. In northern Mexico, beef dishes reign supreme due to a rich history of cattle ranching. In the southern peninsula state of Yucatan, seafood is a way of life. In bustling, bustling Mexico City, diners enjoy tacos al pastor on the busy streets. Because of this culinary diversity, it’s no …

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