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Indian occupation of Junagadh – an act of shameless aggression

Besides the occupation of Jammu and Kashmir in 1947, India, by a brazen act of aggression, transgressed the princely state of Junagadh, ruled by the Muslims, and occupied it by force shortly after the partition of the Indo-Pakistani subcontinent. Bahadur Khan Babi, son of Shayr Khan Babi, proclaimed his independence from Mughal rule after the death of the great Mughal …

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

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 why …

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Police professional | SPA strengthens police engagement with “rarely heard” groups

SPA strengthens police engagement with “rarely heard” groups The Scottish Police Authority (SPA) is working with Police Scotland and the Scottish Institute for Policing Research (SIPR) to fund a series of projects aimed at improving engagement with ‘rarely heard’ communities. Sep 3, 2021 By Paul Jacques The rarely heard term refers to communities that are historically under-represented and may be …

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François Vincent Cassidy | News, Sports, Jobs

Francis Vincent Cassidy, 93, of Lancaster, Pa., Died on July 22, 2021 after a long illness. Son of the late Edward Camillus Cassidy and Florine Marie (Harker) Cassidy of Newry. He attended St. Patrick’s School in Newry and graduated from Hollidaysburg High School. During the summers he worked for the Pennsylvania Railroad in the Round House and other jobs before …

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Kulbir Kaur | The Undoubted Benefits of Being a Sneaky Basenji

Those who dare to question powers were previously labeled “anti-social”, now they are “anti-national” Sigmund Freud called America a “giant mistake” when he and Carl Jung went to Clark University to lecture. (America in 1909 had appeared to him as merchant and devoid of intellectual essence.) My “giant mistakes”, on the other hand, concern my inability to continue transforming into …

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Smithfield launches casual dress code

08/25/2021 SMITHFIELD – Smithfield school administrators have said they have higher priorities than making sure students adhere to a strict dress code as they announced relaxed dress code rules at the school committee meeting in last Monday evening. Smithfield High School principal Dan Kelley said students are now allowed to wear shirts with spaghetti straps under the new rules. They …

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Production of “The Untitled Cabrini Film” by Alejandro Monteverde begins | New

BUFFALO, NY – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Aug 25, 2021– Principal shooting is underway on the film by director Alejandro Monteverde, winner of the TIFF “People’s Choice Award” The untitled Cabrini film in Buffalo, New York. Production will end in Rome, Italy, in early fall. Cabrini’s untitled film, based on a story by Alejandro Monteverde (Sound of freedom, Bella) and Rod …

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Croatia’s Balkanization and Capitalization – People’s World

The waterfront and hotels for foreign tourists in Opatija, Croatia, on its beautiful Adriatic coastline. Darko Bandic | PA It is today one of the flagships of world tourism. The Dalmatian coast of the still newly formed country of Croatia is back with tourist figures this summer starting to reach pre-COVID levels in a paradise that boasts the sparkling turquoise …

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Rejected on the first day of school because I use a wheelchair

What’s wrong? is a Stuff disability podcast produced with support from NZ On Air. In the seven-part series, hosts Olivia Shivas, Rebecca Dubber and guests address the big questions about living with a disability. They discuss sex, religion, disabled parking – and how to push back on outrageous issues. Listen to it here. OPINION: It was my first day of …

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Soap in Brazil: Congress impeached MP accused of killing her husband she adopted as a teenager

Even the best Brazilian soap opera hasn’t received so much encouragement. A story that mixes religion, politics, evangelical pastors, orgies, bloody rituals, mass adoptions, financial problems and contract murder has left the whole country speechless. Reality beats any scenario. Congress deleted this Wednesday to the federal deputy and evangelical pastor Flordelis dos Santos de Souza, an enigmatic lawmaker involved in …

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