Monthly Archives: September 2022

Study reveals daily surface temperature of 160 lakes on Tibetan Plateau for 40 years

The annual surface temperature of 160 lakes on the Tibetan Plateau increased significantly during the period 1978-2017, according to a study on large-scale dynamic monitoring and simulation of lake water temperature. The study was conducted by researchers from the International Big Data Research Center for the Sustainable Development Goals and the Aerospace Information Research Institute (AIR) of the Chinese Academy …

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Not a single Buddhist temple exists in Haryana: Minorities panel

Calling on the government of Haryana to set up a state commission on minorities, Syed Shahezadi, a member of the national commission for minorities, said on Thursday that around 35 lakh of minority communities live in Haryana where he does not not a single Buddhist temple exists. “A letter will be written to the government of Haryana for the establishment …

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The superstar returns with ‘Maula Jatt’

Hamza Ali Abbasi, a superstar from years in self-inflicted exile from showbiz, is now set to return with nothing less than a magnum opus, The Legend of Maula Jatt. The 38-year-old actor, who prefers to spend his time learning and improving rather than producing inevitable hits, bowed out to the big screen in 2018 and now, after a long hiatus, …

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Possible National Historic Site designation for Menominee lands angers UP lawmakers

Some Upper Peninsula state lawmakers are outraged by a recent decision by the State Historic Preservation Review Board to move forward with the process of adding land near the Menominee River to the National Register of Historic Places. This decision was requested by the Menominee Indian tribe, based in Wisconsin. The tribe considers the lands, which span Michigan and Wisconsin …

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Parliamentarians Geshe Atong Rinchen Gyaltsen and Wangdue Dorjee visit Bangalore and Mysore

Parliamentarians Ven. Geshe Atong Rinchen Gyaltsen and Wangdue Dorjee interact with Tibetans in Bangalore. Bengaluru: In line with the program of the Tibetan Parliament in Exile, parliamentarians Geshe Atong Rinchen Gyaltsen and Wangdue Dorjee successfully visited Tibetans in Bangalore and Mysore. The parliamentarians also paid courtesy visits to Indian dignitaries including Sh. Ramalinga Reddy, MP for BTM Layout, Bengaluru and …

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How Indie Beat ‘Em Up 9 Monkeys of Shaolin pays homage to the genre

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge came out in June, and it received all sorts of praise from gamers and critics alike, and rightly so. A lesser known beat ’em up that was released in September 2020 that deserves just as much praise is the indie hit beat ’em up 9 Shaolin Monkeys. The artwork, solid combat controls, and satisfying …

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IND vs AUS 2022: ‘I don’t know if there’s a religious ritual going on’

Former Indian cricketer Ajay Jadeja has expressed surprise at BCCI’s decision to send some players to the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bangalore, asking them to skip international matches. While announcing the squads for the T20I home series against Australia and South Africa earlier this month, the official BCCI publication included a note which read – Hardik Pandya, Arshdeep Singh …

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Suspected Chinese hackers impersonated Tibet Media

(Bloomberg) – Suspected Chinese state-sponsored hackers are behind a deluge of emails seeking intelligence from a range of Tibet-linked targets, sometimes posing as a party pro-independence politics and a prominent media organization, according to findings provided exclusively to Bloomberg News. Bloomberg’s Most Read The hacking group known as TA413 uses fishing emails and custom malware to collect intelligence likely on …

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Standing with the Word of God | Cardinal George Pell

QSome time ago, during his seminary days, a young priest friend of mine attended an introductory conference on Revelation and Scripture. The speaker told the class that there is a considerable distance between the true message and instructions of God and the texts we have in the Old and New Testaments. The lecturer wasn’t saying, like the superior general of …

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Chief Mohan Bhagwat meets with Muslim intellectuals and discusses religious harmony

On Thursday, Chief Mohan Bhagwat of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) met with many Muslim scholars including Chief Imam Dr Imam Umer Ahmed Ilyasi. According to sources close to RSS, issues such as the Hijab controversy, Gyanvapi and maintaining peace and harmony among religions were discussed at the meeting. Apart from Bhagwat, senior RSS members including Dr. Krishna Gopal, Indresh Kumar, …

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Full de-escalation has not yet taken place on the Indo-China border, according to misinformation: Satellite imagery expert

NEW DELHI – Recent media reports of a full de-escalation at the Indo-China border in eastern Ladakh are false as Chinese troops failed to withdraw from friction points last created after May 2020, when the conflict between the two armies has intensified, according to an Indian expert in satellite imagery. “The latest images do not indicate any significant reduction in …

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Thai Buddhists ask 7-Eleven stores to separate halal labels

A non-profit organization demand 7 eleven convenience stores in Thailand to provide a special shelf for products without halal Labels. The group said halal labels made products more expensive. Thai Buddhists from Buddhism Protection for Peace (BPP) gathered outside CP Towner on Silom Road in Bangkok yesterday to deliver a letter on halal labels to the board of CP All. …

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Governors of Goa and Gujarat launch natural farming project

Governor of Goa, PS Sreedharan Pillai in the presence of Governor of Gujarat Acharya Devrath today launched the natural farming project organized by the Department of Agriculture at Raj Bhavan Donapaula. Speaking on the occasion, Pillai said agriculture is the fundamental source of prosperity. “We have an ancient tradition of natural farming and have emphasized the need to continue it …

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Lil Nas X Jokes About Falling For A ‘Homophobic’ Religious Protester

Rapper Lil Nas X sent pizza to a group of “homophobic” religious protesters outside his concert, and now he says he’s falling for one. The 23-year-old rapper, whose real name is Montero Lamar Hill, performed at MGM Music Hall in Fenway on Sunday, September 20. Opposite the entrance to the hall, a small group of Christian demonstrators gathered to launch …

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Launch of National Seminar on “Dialogue between Hinduism and Buddhism in the Northeast” – The Sangai Express

Sep 19, 2022 | By our journalistIMPHAL, September 19: Vice Chancellor of Manipur University, Prof. Naorem Lokendra said those involved in the university should conduct more research on the subject of Manipuri culture.The Vice Chancellor was speaking at the launch of the two-day national seminar on ‘Dialogue between Hinduism and Buddhism in the North East’ which …

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An exclusive excerpt from Bono’s new memoir, “Surrender”.

My attendance at St. Patrick’s was ultimately unhappy for me and unhappy for them. I only lasted a year. The straw that broke the camel’s back involved a Spanish teacher known as Biddy, who I was convinced had put lines in my homework without even looking at it. When the weather was nice, Biddy ate lunch in a clear plastic …

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No objection to madrasa survey: Darul Uloom

Islamic seminary asks madrasas to cooperate with UP government Islamic seminary asks madrasas to cooperate with UP government At a madrasa conference hosted by Darul Uloom in Deoband on Sunday, the leading Islamic seminary said it was not against the Uttar Pradesh government’s ongoing investigation into unrecognized madrasas in the state and called on the management of madrasas to cooperate …

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Over 1 Million Tibetans DNA Tested in Past Five Years: Research

It’s no secret that Chinese authorities have been carrying out mass DNA testing across Tibet to create a gene pool to monitor ordinary Tibetans. However, according to reports, the Chinese regime has stepped up its operations a few notches in recent weeks. According to a study published by the Citizen Lab at the University of Toronto, the Chinese communist regime …

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A cultural history of education

Comment The first five parts of this series can be read here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 and Part 5. American Civil War President Abraham Lincoln once asserted that “the philosophy of the classroom in one generation will be the philosophy of government in the next.” The ancient Greeks used the term “paideia” to describe the impact …

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi works to realize Babasaheb’s dreams

As India celebrates 75 years of independence, it is time to remember the father of our Constitution, Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar, who gave wings to the dreams and aspirations of the weakest and poorest sections of our society. Although governments have contributed to nation building since independence, it was the Narendra Modi government that fulfilled the unfulfilled dreams of Babasaheb Ambedkar. …

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Blinken says China and India’s concerns over Putin’s war in Ukraine are increasing ‘pressure on Russia to end aggression’

“I think what you’re seeing is just a manifestation that this assault has been an assault on the interests of people across the planet,” Blinken said at a State Department press conference. . As the West has worked to insulate Vladimir Putin from his country’s invasion of Ukraine, the Russian president has turned more to countries like China. However, in …

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Sri Lankan monks protest electricity price hike

Recent increase in electricity bills leaves places of worship in the red amid the country’s worst economic crisis The city skyline as pictured from the observation deck of the Chinese-built Sri Lankan ‘white elephant’ Lotus Tower after it opened to the public in Colombo on September 15. However, the country’s Buddhist monks are protesting against rising electricity prices and demanding …

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Uttar Pradesh organizes an investigation into the historic Islamic seminary in Lucknow | Latest India News

A three-member team from the Uttar Pradesh government on Thursday carried out a survey of Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama, a 125-year-old Islamic seminary in Lucknow, as part of an ongoing exercise to assess madrasas (religious schools) not recognized in the state, officials said. {{^userSubrated}} {{/userSubrated}} The committee, consisting of Subdivision Magistrate (SDM) Naveen Chandra, Block Education Officer (BEO) Rajesh Singh …

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The secret is out: now you can have a great hair day every day

Here’s your guide to a shiny, healthy and happy mane. Indian women are well known for their long, shiny hair, thanks to all those grandma’s tales we keep so close to us. For generations, we have followed age-old hair care traditions passed down through the bars of this secret knowledge. Secret Haircare has kept these age-old traditions and ingredients to …

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Bias behind Indian women finding fewer jobs and earning less: Oxfam report

A woman competing with a man for jobs in Indian villages is 100% likely to be discriminated against because of her gender and has only a 2% chance of finding work in the cities, according to a new Oxfam report. Social pressure and employer bias have contributed to a bias against hiring women, according to data released Wednesday. Discrimination …

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China set to buy DNA sampling kits despite criticism

By Choekyi Lhamo DHARAMSHALA, September 14: The Chinese government is reportedly set to buy more than $1,600,000 worth of ‘profiling kits and other supplies’ from Thermo Fisher, a US-based company that has come under fire for selling similar supplies to Chinese authorities of East Turkestan (Xinjiang) in the past. . Chinese documents online show that last month the CCP government …

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Tokayev highlights role of religious principles in building new international security system at Congress of World and Traditional Religions

NOUR-SULTAN – Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev proposed building a new international security system based on humanistic ideals using world religions as a model during his address to the Seventh Congress of Leaders of World and Traditional Religions in Nur-Sultan on September 14. President Tokayev (M) opening the Seventh Congress of World and Traditional Religions visited by Pope Francis (L). Photo …

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The Tamil Nadu Waqf Board claims the entire Hindu-majority village, including the temple lands, as its property

A veil of darkness has descended on the residents of Thiruchendurai village in Tiruchirapalli district as the Tamil Nadu Waqf Board reportedly claimed the entire village as its property. The Tamil Nadu Waqf Board is a statutory body established under the Waqf Act of 1954 which oversees and manages Waqf institutions and administers Waqf properties. Waqf property is movable and …

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Integrating Buddhist Tour and Agrotourism in India

Secondary agriculture India is known for its rich cultural diversity. For spiritual reasons, it is also one of the most sought after destinations in the world. The pace of technology and development interventions in recent times has raised a need for sustainability and alarm for mankind. There …

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Kunal Kamra writes to VHP: Show me proof that I disrespected Hinduism

A few days after his the show was canceled in Gurgaon after members of the Bajrang Dal and the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) threatened to protest and disrupt the event, stand-up comedian Kunal Kamra wrote a letter to the VHP asking him to expose the killer of Mahatma Gandhi , Nathuram Godse, to prove that the outfit is pro-Hindu and …

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DC Dr. Bagadi Gautham inaugurates the Tibet Museum in Bylakuppe

Bylakuppe: Mysuru DC Dr. Bagadi Gautham officially inaugurated the Tibet Museum here. This museum is a public-private partnership initiative between the Tibet Museum Dharamsala managed by the Central Tibetan Administration and the Khavachen Bylakuppe Foundation of Tashi Wangdu. The museum will consist of two main parts: photo exhibits linking Tibet’s past, present and future, and Tibetan artifacts. Photo exhibits showcase …

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Peace Be: Hundreds of Bells Ring for Peace with Special Guest Jake Shimabukuro

Across cultures and centuries, bells have called people to church, children to school, store workers at counters, and spirits to silent attention. At 9 a.m. Wednesday, hundreds of bells from Hawaii and around the world will ring in celebration of Peace Day. A special appearance by ukulele master and peace ambassador Jake Shimabukuro highlights the event. Ring Your Bell for …

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State proposes revised regulations for private schools

Private schools, including Jewish yeshivas, will be given options to demonstrate that they provide academic education “substantially equivalent” to that of the public sector, under a revised regulatory plan announced by officials on Friday. state education. Under this plan, non-public schools on Long Island and across the state could choose to obtain accreditation from a recognized agency or administer state …

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PENTAGRAM (aka MEZARKABUL) release Makina Elektrika album; “Damn The War” Lyric Video Streaming

Pentagram (aka Mezarkabul) has released their new album, Makina Elektrika (Sony Music), available via Spotify and Apple Music. A lyric video for the single, “Damn The War”, can be found below. Pentagram is a heavy metal band from Istanbul, performing since 1987. After several lineup changes over the decades, the band reunited with all former members for their continued stance …

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Leicester’s Hindu community faces religious abuse and vandalism by Pakistan-based Muslim gangs after Ind v Pak game

On August 28, 2022, after the victory of the Indian cricket team over Pakistan in the world tournament “Asia Cup”, a series of attacks were carried out by Muslim gangs based in Pakistan against the Hindu community of Leicester, in UK. The attacks include a “high degree” of vandalism and terror of Hindus, likely in retaliation after Pakistan’s defeat. Barking …

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Texas Judge Says HIV Mandate Violates Religious Freedom (2)

A Texas federal judge has ruled that the Affordable Care Act’s mandate for free coverage of breakthrough HIV prevention drugs made by Gilead Sciences Inc. “considerably weighs” on the religious freedom of a Christian-owned business. U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor in Fort Worth on Wednesday granted summary judgment to Braidwood Management Inc. in his challenge to the cover of Truvada …

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Mongolian President gifts Defense Minister Rajnath Singh a horse

Ulaanbaatar: Rajnath Singh, India’s first defense minister to visit Mongolia, received a majestic horse from President Ukhnaagiin Khurelsukh on Wednesday, seven years after Prime Minister Narendra Modi received a similar gift from that country’s leaders. “A special gift from our special friends in Mongolia. I have named this magnificent beauty, Tejas’. Thank you, President Khurelsukh. Thank you Mongolia,” Singh tweeted …

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Showing undue sympathy by reducing the sentence can damage confidence in the effectiveness of the law: SC

The Supreme Court said on Tuesday that the seriousness of the crime is the main consideration in deciding the appropriate sentence and that if undue sympathy is shown in minimizing the sentence, it could damage people’s confidence in the effectiveness of the sentence. law. The Supreme Court said the court must always weigh aggravating and mitigating circumstances when imposing a …

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Renowned Tibetan painter of religious art dies at 82 – Eurasia Review

Tenpa Rabten, a prominent painter of Tibetan religious scrolls called thangkas, has died aged 82, RFA has learned. Rabten, who passed on the knowledge of his traditional art form to hundreds of students, died Monday in the Tibetan capital Lhasa, according to sources in the region. Born into a family of artists in 1941, Rabten was introduced to thangka painting …

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Watsonville High School Student Challenge Dress Code

In the coming weeks, students at Watsonville High School will join forces with administrators, teachers and parents to develop a new dress code that will promote campus safety and encourage a minimum of decorum while allowing students to s express through fashion. But the school year didn’t start on such a cooperative note. Instead, on the Friday before school started, …

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Onam 2022: Soulful and satiating, your sadhya is served!

Come Onam and visuals of vibrant floral pookalams (rangoli), women dressed in traditional kasavu sarees clapping their hands to the rhythms of traditional instruments rush to mind. But for most people today, both inside and outside Kerala, the lavish sadhya is what they instantly resonate with, when talking about the annual 10-day harvest festival that culminates with Thiruvonam on September …

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Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Birthday: Top 20 Facts, Quotes

Teachers Day will be celebrated today in India on September 5th, Monday to remember the contribution of former President of India Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan to India. Read also | NEP to Reorient India‘s Education Policy: Union Minister Jitendra Singh This report will cover some of the best facts and quotes from his life that will inspire you to …

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Protecting nature in Asia’s “water tower”-Xinhua

* Beginning in 2005, China launched ecological projects to protect and restore the environment in Sanjiangyuan, known as Asia’s “water tower”, with a cumulative investment of more than 22 billion yuan (about $3.19 billion). * Over the past decade, water conservation in the Sanjiangyuan area has increased by more than 6% on average every year, while grassland cover has increased …

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Famous Tibetan painter of religious art dies at 82 — Radio Free Asia

Tenpa Rabten, a prominent painter of Tibetan religious scrolls called thangkas, has died aged 82, RFA has learned. Rabten, who passed on the knowledge of his traditional art form to hundreds of students, died Monday in the Tibetan capital Lhasa, according to sources in the region. Born into a family of artists in 1941, Rabten was introduced to thangka painting …

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Is there any truth to the legends of the mighty Cyclops in Greek mythology?

The mysterious, one-eyed creatures revered in Greek and Roman mythologies remain one of the most fascinating of the oldest Mediterranean legends. The mighty Cyclopes were members of a race of giants and have been the subject of overwhelming assassinations throughout history. But, how much truth is there in the accounts of their existence? Although most Cyclops remain anonymous, ancient sources …

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Muslim continues to celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi at home

Abdul Nabi of Doranahalli in Yadgir sets an example in promoting community harmony Abdul Nabi of Doranahalli in Yadgir sets an example in promoting community harmony At a time when attempts are being made to divide people according to religion and caste, Abdul Nabi, 30, who runs a small hotel in Doranahalli village, Shahapur taluk of Yadgir district, gave the …

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Tibetan Nuns Project Announces Dolma Ling Nunnery Water Fundraising Success

Nuns at the convent and institute of Dolma Ling. At tnp.org The Tibetan Nuns Project (TNP), a US-registered charity based in Seattle and the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, India, has announced that its fundraising appeal to improve water supplies for nuns Buddhists of Dolma Ling Nunnery and Institute has reached its fundraising goal.* “Wonderful news! The project was fully …

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The Institute of Buddhist Studies: Training Spiritual Leaders

A Tuesday afternoon at Institute buddhist streetstudies (IBS) in Berkeley, California, Dr. Nancy Lin leads a discussion on the Bodhicaryāvatārathe founding eighth-century Buddhist text of Shantideva known in English as the The Bodhisattva Path, Guide to Bodhisattva Practice, and other translated titles. Alongside Dr. Lin is Amy Shoemaker, a Master of Theology chaplaincy student from El Cerrito, and Ven. Miaojie, …

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