19-year-old arrested for hate speech against Muslims | Latest India News

Gurugram: A 19-year-old man was arrested on Monday for allegedly making provocative remarks against the Muslim community during a mahapanchayat in the Pataudi subdivision of Gurugram on July 4, police said, adding that a complaint had been filed in this regard shortly after the event a week ago. Police identified the accused as Gopal Sharma, who calls himself Ram Bhakt …

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Scattered across the Himalayas, glimpses of a changing Tibet

I was sitting in the dark yak-haired tent of a nomadic family in Ladakh, in the Indian Himalayas. Outside, scruffy sheep searched for greenery among the cold barren lunar landscape, and great raptors circled in the thermals. As we gathered around the hearth, the old man handed me a small glass of salted yak butter tea. “There were wolves here …

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Taiwan’s Foxconn, TSMC Confirm $ 350 Million COVID-19 Vaccine Deal

TAIPEI – Taiwan’s Foxconn and TSMC said on Monday they had reached deals to purchase 10 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine from Germany’s BioNTech SE, bringing the total cost of the highly politicized deal to around 350 million. dollars. The government of Taiwan has tried for months to buy the vaccine directly from BioNTech and accused China, which claims …

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Canada, a country that loves religions

Due to its constitution, laws and tax system, Canada appears to favor systematic discrimination against non-believers. Posted on Jul 11, 2021 at 10:00 AM Marie-Claude GirardRetired from the Canadian Human Rights Commission First, the Constitution Act, 1982 begins “As Canada was founded on principles recognizing the transcendence of God and the rule of law.” This basic premise ostracizes all who …

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‘One Last Monster’ Roots Giant Monsters In Korean History

One of the most striking visuals of Gene Kim’s animated short One last monster currently touring festivals, is the giant turtle tanks. The kingdom of Adin is led to war by huge stocky chelonians with cannons mounted on their backs. They are a formidable tusk, extremely cute and rooted in one of the favorite tales of Korean history. Kim told …

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How the Dalai Lama celebrated his 86th birthday

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 Indian …

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2015 Sacrilege Cases: SIT files first indictment, appoints six Dera supporters

A Punjab Police SIT investigating cases of theft and sacrilege in Faridkot district in 2015 filed its first indictment on Friday against six supporters of Dera Sacha Sauda who were arrested two months ago. SPS Special Investigation Team leader Parmar, who is also the IGP, Border Range Amritsar, said the challan was brought before a court in Faridkot in the …

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Cultural heritage on the Tibetan plateau: Batang Xianzi

Batang, a remote county located in the southeastern part of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau in the Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Region of southwest China’s Sichuan Province, is renowned for its millennial cultural heritage – Xianzi. The word “Xianzi” could both refer to the Tibetan-style two-string instrument, which resembles the traditional Chinese bowed string instrument of erhu, and, more often, an art form …

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