PLA has a new book on the 1962 India-China War

The 1962 war with India has been described as “a complete victory” and is often cited as a “lesson” taught to India. Recently, from January 7, 2022, observersnews.com featured excerpts from a newly released book titled 《中印边境自卫反击作战一百问》(hundred questions on Counterattack in self defense along the China–India border) in a special file dedicated to the occasion of the 60and anniversary of …

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Myths and legends of Alexander the Great

THIS DRAWING FROM THE MEDIEVAL MANUSCRIPT OF PENIARTH 481 shows Alexander the Great defeating the Indian king Porus in single combat before their armies. By Anastasia Kaliabakos Every summer, I have to rearrange my shelves. During the school year, I acquire a large number of new texts; and it became more and more difficult to find space for all of …

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UP Assembly Elections 2022: India has handled COVID-19 better than the US, says Rajnath Singh

Rajnath Singh called on the people to “reject the policy of appeasement and religion”. (To file) Agra: Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh said on Saturday that India has handled the COVID-19 pandemic better than developed countries including the United States of America. “India’s response to the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic is unmatched even by developed countries like the …

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Tibetan Monks Sent to Labor Camps for Spreading News of Buddhist Statue Destruction — Radio Free Asia

Eleven Tibetans beaten and arrested by Chinese authorities in January for spreading news of the destruction of a 99-foot-tall Buddha statue and dozens of prayer wheels in southwestern China’s Sichuan province. China, were sent to labor camps in the region, Tibetans with knowledge of the situation said on Friday. Monks Tashi Dorjee, Tsering Samdup, Nyima Lhamo and Abbot Pelga, along …

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Japanese poetry of the Heian period: Mibu no Tadamine and China

Japanese poetry from the Heian period: Mibu no Tadamine and China Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Time The entrenchment of Chinese culture continued unabated throughout the Heian period (794-1185) in Japan. This followed the flows of the Middle Kingdom (China) which developed strongly during the Nara period (710-794). Thus, the life of Mibu no Tadamine – who served the Heian …

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Bangalore Coronavirus Update Today Live, Bangalore Omicron Updates, Karnataka Travel Guidelines, Bengaluru COVID-19 Cases Today News, Curfew Lift Guidelines, Lockdown News, Karnataka School, College Reopening Latest Updates

News live from Bangalore: Karnataka recorded a drop in daily infections on Thursday, with the state seeing 16,436 new cases of Covid-19 against 20,505 infections on Wednesday. Among the new cases, Bengaluru Urban reported 6,640 new cases. No less than 60 deaths were also recorded today. The positivity rate for the day was 11.31%. Meanwhile, the Karnataka High Court on …

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How many Assassin’s Creed games are there

the Assassin’s Creed The series started in 2007 and has since grown into one of the biggest gaming franchises with 24 games in total. Developed by Ubisoft and its many subsidiary studios, modern Assassin’s Creed the mainline installments are gargantuan games with expansive worlds and ambitious scope. Relatively, Assassin’s CreedThe original game looks rather quaint, but was an escapist title …

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Priyanka Gandhi – The New Indian Express

Through PTI BULANDSHAHAR: Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Thursday appealed to Bulandshahar residents for support for her party’s candidates in the upcoming Assembly elections and stressed that the elections should be conducted on the issue of development and not on caste or religion. Priyanka Gandhi also met family members of a woman who was shot in a village here. …

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Chinese police arrest three Tibetan pilgrims over state secrets — Radio Free Asia

Chinese authorities in Sichuan province have arrested three Tibetan Buddhists who they believe were in possession of “politically sensitive information” as they returned from a pilgrimage, Tibetan sources in exile said. Asang, Dodra and Nortso were interrogated by police on Jan. 10 as they returned home from the sprawling Larung Gar Tibetan Buddhist Academy in Serta (Chinese, Seda) county in …

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United by a red thread

I had an exceptional chance to write about a country where I went very often, two countries where I actually lived, and a country where I could not live because of the invasion of a country neighbor but whose civilization is very familiar. And they are intimately united by a red thread: Buddhism. My inspiration comes from part of a …

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How Ireland used to celebrate St Brigid’s Day in the past

Analysis: From Biddy and Brat Bríde boys to Holy Wells and Brigid’s Crosses, February 1st was marked with much excitement in old Ireland St Brigid’s Day, or La Fheile Bride, was once a major turning point in the ancient Irish calendar and was widely celebrated. Taking place at the same time as Imbolc, an ancestral festival that ushered in the …

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Reviews | What an All-Female News Network in India Shows Us About Democracy

It all started as a literacy project. Dalit women, formerly known as the Untouchables, hand-wrote a newsletter on issues that concerned them: Broken water pumps. Unpaved roads. Known rapists on the loose. In 2002, they started a newspaper that covered everything from illegal mining to murders. Perhaps because Dalits make up around 20% of the population of the Indian state …

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Japanese resolution expresses concern over China’s rights issues

Japan’s parliament yesterday passed a rare resolution expressing concern over rights issues in China, including the treatment of its Uyghur and Hong Kong Muslim population, ahead of the opening of the Beijing Winter Olympics. The resolution, passed by the lower house, says the international community has expressed concern over issues including internment and violations of religious freedom in the Xinjiang …

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Anniversary of Myanmar takeover marked by strike, international concern

BANGKOK – Opponents of military rule in Myanmar marked the first anniversary of the military’s takeover with a nationwide strike on Tuesday to show strength and solidarity in the face of concern over what has become a power struggle more and more violent. The “silent strike” aimed to empty the streets of Myanmar’s towns and villages by forcing people to …

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Saudi Arabia’s first yoga festival held in Jeddah, World News

Saudi Arabia’s first yoga festival took place to much fanfare in the commercial center of Jeddah on Saturday. The festival was organized by the Saudi Yoga Committee (New Saudi Yoga Federation), a body under the Saudi Olympic Committee, Ministry of Sports. Nouf Marwaai is chairman of the committee, which was formed on May 16, 2021. Speaking to WION, the 2019 …

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Buddhists plan to demolish the center of Speer, Colfax and build a new one

Leaders of a center of Buddhist culture and worship in the Golden Triangle seek to do more with less. Soka Gakkai International-USA Denver has submitted plans to the city to tear down its three-story building at 1450 Speer Blvd., near the Colfax intersection, and replace it with a two-story facility that would be about half the size of its current …

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A Tibetan village forges its way to prosperity

Drolkar, left, and her daughter Palyang work in the weaving workshop in Zangkha village in Shigatse in the Tibet Autonomous Region. [For chinadaily.com.cn/Palden Nyima] Tsamchung and his fellow citizens earn their living by working in a handicraft cooperative in Zangkha village in Shigatse in the Tibet Autonomous Region. This work also helps villagers preserve traditional weaving skills. Tsamchung has worked …

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Celebrating Catholic Schools Week 2022 – Catholic Standard

Catholic elementary schools in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Washington are diverse and varied. Their size varies from just over 100 students to over 700 students. We have schools in the heart of the District of Columbia with little or no green space for student play, schools sitting on vast acres of land with a chicken named Nugget on the …

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NON-FICTION: INDIA’S SOCIAL TUMULT – Journal

The Indian government’s war against what it calls “anti-national” elements continues to take increasingly absurd forms. Some recent incidents have turned from tragedy to farce – such as the case of Nafeesa Attari, the Muslim schoolteacher from the Indian state of Rajasthan who was forced to quit her job for supporting the Pakistan cricket team during the last T20 tournament …

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Economic misery and majority tyranny

In the end, it doesn’t matter how it turns out, but unless this tyranny ends, there is no hope for a lasting economic recovery. Independence Day 2022 would be celebrated in a unique economic crisis environment never experienced by any previous government since 1948. For millions of people in this country, even one meal a day has become a luxury. …

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Ireland has changed – our schools must too

David Graham OPINION Published: Fri, Jan 28, 2022, 2:14 PM Last update: Fri, Jan 28, 2022, 2:29 PM by David Graham, Equality in Education “I would challenge anyone to tell me that Catholic schools are not as inclusive as any other type of school,” Bishop Tom Deenihan recently wrote on this site (“Respect for others is a key task for …

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After 600 years, a Swiss town finally has a woman on night watch

LAUSANNE, Switzerland – Late at night from the top of Lausanne Cathedral, Cassandre Berdoz cries out, loud and on time, for women’s rights in Switzerland, a country that has lagged behind in gender equality. sexes. Mrs. Berdoz, 28, is the first woman ever appointed to the position of night watchman in Lausanne, while the city has had plenty of time …

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CPS: No hijab with student police cadet uniform: Kerala Government | India News

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The state government has rejected a Muslim student’s request to be allowed to wear the hijab (headscarf) with the uniform of the Cadet Police (SPC), a volunteer force led by the state police among school children. While rejecting the petition on the basis of a High Court directive, the government said the uniforms should ensure the dignity of the …

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Chinese social media filled with unchecked fake news about Nepal

A news article on weibo.com, China’s social media, misrepresented the five-year “Sino-Gorkha War” over the trade dispute as a Chinese Qing dynasty invasion of the Kathmandu Valley in 1792. C It is a well-known fact that Nepal has never been invaded by a foreign country. But the social media post wrongly mentioned the war between two countries and accused the …

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Research suggests people with strong Buddhist beliefs are more likely to be blood donors – Buddhistdoor Global

At vietnamplus.vn A recent study indicated that people with strong Buddhist beliefs are more likely to be blood donors. The research, conducted in China and published in the Journal of Applied Social Psychologysuggests this is due to higher levels of moral attentiveness in Buddhist practitioners. Cited in a recent article on the psychology and neuroscience news website PsyPost, the research …

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Force majeure—Luke wakes up | Pacific Sun

We often talk about spiritual awakening here, including how it feels – terrifying; why it is necessary—to know what we really are; and how it goes. So let’s take a look at a character we all know and see how he becomes enlightened, empowered, and reborn. George Lucas drew heavily on the work of mythologist Joseph Campbell when creating the …

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Right-wing parties pushing Hindutva in the name of good governance: Prakash Ambedkar

The biggest challenge facing India is the “concerted attempt” by the ruling right-wing political parties to convert the secular nation into a religious nation based on partisanship and irrational beliefs, said Vanchit Chairman Bahujan Aghadi ( VBA), Prakash Ambedkar. Right-wing parties are pushing Hindutva in the name of good governance, Ambedkar said. Prakash, the grandson of Dr BR Ambedkar, said …

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Morality is worth more than Olympic gold – YubaNet

January 25, 2022 – During a recent discussion on Tibet and the Beijing Winter Olympics, Enes Kanter Freedom called on fellow athletes to give voice to the voiceless, saying Olympic gold medals are worth less than moral values. Freedom, the NBA player and activist, appeared on January 21, 2022 on the International Campaign for Tibet’s “Tibet Talks” live webcast. Other …

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Cop who killed doctor ‘cannot be ordered’

Pol L/Cpl Norawich Buadok and his father Pol Sub Lt Nikom (in white robes) enter monastic life at Pariwat Ratchasongkram Temple on Monday. (Photo by Wassayos Ngamkham) The monastic status of a police officer whose motorbike hit and killed a doctor has been thrown into limbo after the National Office of Buddhism objected to their ordination. The NOB has not …

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WDET 101.9FM WDET is Detroit’s public radio station

Nargis Rahman Cathy Manna launched Taste of Aden a few years before the pandemic. While she feared COVID-19 would bankrupt her, it became an opportunity for her. “Communities of Hope” features Detroiters from communities of color who have sought ways to persevere during the pandemic. Cathy Manna is the owner of Taste of Aden, a restaurant business serving Yemeni dishes …

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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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Keanu Reeves criticized in China for his support for Tibet

TOKYO, JAPAN – SEPTEMBER 10: Keanu Reeves attends the Japanese premiere of ‘John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum’ at Roppongi Hills on September 10, 2019 in Tokyo, Japan. (Photo by Yuichi Yamazaki/Getty Images) Keanu Reeves is unquestionably one of the industry’s most universally beloved actors, a reputation he fully deserves thanks to decades of being the nicest, nicest guy in …

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Church Victims Push to Expand Prosecution Window in Nebraska

LINCOLN, Nebraska — Victims of sexual abuse at the hands of Catholic priests on Friday urged Nebraska lawmakers to pass legislation that would allow people who were abused decades ago to sue the church or other negligent organizations. The proposal follows a report by the Nebraska attorney general that identified 258 victims who made credible abuse allegations against church officials, …

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World News | Chinese repression in Tibet paints the new Taliban face of Xi Jinping: analysis

Lhasa [Tibet], Jan 22 (ANI): Chinese President Xi Jinping’s campaign against religious symbols, practitioners and language in Tibet reflects the emergence of a “communist Taliban” in today’s China, the NNA said. analyst Vijay Kranti who referred to the recent demolition of Buddha statues in Sichuan province to the 2001 destruction of historic statues in Bamiyan in Afghanistan. In 2001, Taliban …

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Anti-Hindu, anti-Buddhist and anti-Sikh phobias need UN attention, says Indian envoy Tirumurti

New Delhi: India, which earlier this month assumed the chairmanship of the UN Security Council’s Counter-Terrorism Committee for 2022, says the world must acknowledge and recognize ‘Hinduphobia’ as well as hatred against religions Buddhists and Sikhs. TS Tirumurti, India’s Ambassador to the UN, said earlier this week that “we must not accept double standards in this battle…”. “Terrorists are terrorists, …

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China’s State Administration for Religious Affairs Explains New Internet Regulations

01/21/2022 China (International Christian Concern) – To better respond to questions from the public regarding the latest measures enacted to limit religious activities online, the State Administration for Religious Affairs (SARA) in China recently posted written responses to its website. ICC selected a few responses to indicate the scope of these measures. Measures for the administration of the religious information …

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What about Prince Andrew’s excommunication? | Opinions

Queen Elizabeth, who has spent her life hiding the brutality and violence of the monarchy, is now doing the same with her disgraced son. Kenyan academic, activist and public intellectual Dr Wandia Njoya recently described the Kenyan government as “spectacularly British”. She was referring to how the corrupt Kenyan state is in many ways re-creating the feudalism that gave birth …

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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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The art of fasting | The Economist

January 22, 2022 STIMETABLE DAYS, long nights, freezing temperatures, Christmas a rapidly fading memory and the distant prospect of spring – “the cruellest month” is not April, as TS Eliot wrote, but January. The garden harvest of kale and collard greens, and perhaps beets, carrots and parsnips, is rare but often delicious. January is the season of looking in the …

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Holy Martyrs Armenian Day School serves New York Armenians

Editor’s Note: This profile of Holy Martyrs Armenian Day School in Queens, New York was an assignment for a graduate course called “Writing and Reporting I” at New York University. It is first published in print and online in the Armenian Weekly. Every morning, students gather in an auditorium in Queens to recite the Our Father in Armenian. Students then …

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Persian Immortals | What made them immortal?

Who were the Persian Immortals? The Persian Immortals were an elite military unit in operation for approximately two centuries, nearly the entire lifespan of the Achaemenid Empire, which ran from 550 BC to 330 BC. Ten thousand strong, the Immortals represented the absolute cream of the Empire’s troops and operated as both the Emperor’s guard and part of the standing …

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Delhi Weekend Curfew News, Delhi-NCR Omicron Covid-19 Cases Latest Live Update, Delhi Weather, COVID-19 Travel Rules, Delhi Lockdown Updates, Curfew Rules delhi fire, weather today breaking news

On board Delhi’s first electric bus: “Quiet, easy to drive, futuristic” Inside the capital’s first electric bus. (PhotoExpress) Tilak Raj (48) has been driving on city roads for 25 years. He started with blue line buses and until recently he drove private buses. Now Raj is the driver of Delhi’s first electric bus. The E-44 bus was operational between IP …

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Tibetan language advocate speaks out again after being released from prison — Radio Free Asia

A Tibetan activist is speaking out again against language restrictions after spending five years in prison for discussing the issue with Western media, RFA has learned. Tashi Wangchuk, a resident of Yulshul County in western China’s Sichuan Province, was released on January 28, 2021, after serving a prison term for “inciting separatism” and is now subject to quasi-surveillance. constant by …

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The Boobytraps and Osinbajo’s candidacy for the presidency

· Vice President Yemi Osinbajo. Photo; Tolani Alli By Ena Ofugara Vice President Yemi Osinbajo will make a competent president. Let’s eliminate that. He’s smart, reasonably articulate…no Obama. He flies the flag of religion (the reason some will no doubt support him) and has done his duty to President Muhammadu Buhari well, at least in his mind.In many climates, the …

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Diatribe: Summer Peninsula Malaise – Neos Kosmos

The Twelve Days of Christmas are well and truly over, although yet another year their denouement has not been marked by a mass migration to Princess Pier, for the ritual blessing of the waters and the consumption of souvlaki. The Christmas goblins, the kallikantzaroi, are now safe again beneath the bowels of the earth and have once again begun to …

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Oriental Thoughts in Maltese Language

The book Ekam Sat (truth is one) written by Charles J. Muscat is an anthology of writings and reflections on the ancient metaphysical doctrine of the Veda Dharma in the Maltese language, written with the intention of sharing an experience of Sanātana Dharma (eternal order) with Maltese Readers. In the spirit of the tradition of illustrations on Hindu philosophy and …

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UP Upset OBC Fallout: What Caste Was Emperor Ashoka From?

According to BJP calculations, this year will see the 2,327th birthday of Emperor Ashoka. A good time like any, it seems, to discover his “caste”. With defections fixing uttar pradesh caste cauldron boiling again before the Assembly Polls, the focus is on the Mauryan king who ruled most of what is now called India between 268 BCE and 232 BCE. …

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Two Tibetan brothers held incommunicado for months in Kham

By Choekyi Lhamo DHARAMSHALA, January 15: Two Tibetan brothers, both monks at Nenang Monastery in Drago County, have been held incommunicado for five months since August 15, 2021. The duo, Tenzin Norbu and Wangchen Nyima, are currently being held in Tawu County Jail by the Chinese authorities. According to a tibet.net report, these officials hid any information about the charges …

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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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Jammu and Kashmir’s administrative directive for ‘Surya Namaskar’ on Makar Sankranti sparks row

A government order asking college faculty members and students to perform Surya Namaskar has drawn heavy criticism from two former J&K chief ministers and the city’s mayor, as they called the order a ‘undemocratic. Director of Colleges, Department of Higher Education, Yasmeen Ashai, in an order, had directed Nodal Director, Colleges in Jammu Division, and Nodal Director, Colleges in Kashmir …

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Is It Possible to Get a Payday Loans No Credit Check Online?

Is It Possible to Get a Payday Loans No Credit Check Online?

If you were to ask this question in the past and you’d be surprised to receive an unsatisfactory answer. But, the financial world has progressed a lot since the time of. Financial institutions have evolved and are now in line with the needs of customers and wants in the course of time. For instance, they offer money-lending service that use a variety …

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Drones spray holy water at Indian Hindu festival as crowds defy COVID rules

SAGAR ISLAND, INDIA — Drones sprayed holy water from the Ganges on thousands of Hindu pilgrims on Friday to reduce crowds at a massive festival being held despite India’s soaring COVID-19 cases. The Gangasagar Mela in the east of the country has drawn comparisons to another “super-broadcast” Hindu gathering last year that the Hindu nationalist government refused to ban. He …

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China charged India over 150m rupees for river data: RTI

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between the two neighbors in 2002 for the sharing of hydrological information on the Yarlung Zangbu (Siang) during the flood season by China for three stations on the river, on the level of water, precipitation and flow. The agreement was renewed in 2008, 2013 and in 2018 for a further period of five …

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She fell in love with her ‘Buddhist teacher’ and her ‘charm’…before he flew into a jealous rage and broke his jaw – all because she talked to another man

A mother is speaking out bravely after her jealous ex flew into a violent rage and broke his jaw just for talking to another man. Leanna Papadopoulos says her former partner Kevin McTribouy became a “Buddhist teacher” after the High Peak couple broke up. The 32-year-old says she met McTribouy in Manchester and fell in love with his “charm” and …

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Anna Schwartz to reopen with ‘flexible and experimental’ video installations

The Anna Schwartz Gallery reopens in February this year with a large-scale video art exhibition featuring a series of highly acclaimed artists. With Alberta Whittle, Cyprien Gaillard, Sarah Morris, Haris Epaminonda, Yael Bartana, James Nguyen & Victoria Pham and Hiwa K, each artist will present individual videos, which the gallery will turn into an evolving exhibition over time. The exhibition …

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‘Spencer’ and the ties that bind – The Daily Aztec

*CW: This film contains depictions of bulimia and self-harm.* “Poor strangers, they have so much to fear.” -Shirley Jackson, “We’ve Always Lived in the Castle” Sandringham Estate, 1991: Diana Spencer, Princess of Wales, is late for Christmas. Not that she wants to come; the holidays can be hell, but when your in-laws are royals (and your royal husband is blatantly …

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Will al-Qaida in the Indian subcontinent find support in India? – The diplomat

Advertising On August 31 of last year, hours after the last US troops withdrew from Afghanistan, al-Qaida issued a statement congratulating the Taliban on their victory. He then called for a “global jihad” to free Kashmir, Somalia, Yemen and other “Islamic lands” from “the clutches of the enemies of Islam”. Although al-Qaida has failed to make a breakthrough among Indian …

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Tibetan arrested for denouncing Chinese language policy – Radio Free Asia

Authorities in northwest China’s Qinghai province arrested a Tibetan university graduate last year for denouncing Chinese policies forcing Chinese language education in Tibetan areas, RFA has learned. Loten, 23, was arrested on December 20 in Matoe County (in Chinese, Maduo) of the Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Golog (Guoluo) after opposing on social media the replacement of Tibetan textbooks in schools …

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Relevance of Swami Vivekananda’s 1893 speech in Chicago in modern times

In the history of mankind, there have been rare instances where the introductory words spoken by one person electrified the entire audience as much as Swami Vivekananda’s groundbreaking speech to the World Parliament of Religions in 1893. Beginning with With the words “Sisters and Brothers of America”, the speech succeeded in eliminating the difference between Swamiji’s status as a person …

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Sulli Deals group abused 30 Twitter pseudonyms to target Muslim women: police

Ongoing investigation into “Sulli Deals” case has revealed that around 30 Twitter accounts were misused to upload transformed photos of Muslim women for their alleged “auction”, Delhi police said on Monday. . Delhi police are trying to identify members of the group which also included 26-year-old Indore Aumkareshwar Thakur, an official said. They said Thakur deleted content from his laptop, …

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Digvijaya uses termite analogy to target RSS, claiming “threat to Hindu religion” is false propaganda

Congress leader Digvijaya Singh on Monday used the “termite” analogy to target Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), the ideological mentor of the BJP, who he said is harming the entire system. Speaking to reporters here in Madhya Pradesh, Singh also targeted Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, saying his speeches are only filled with divisive references like “Hindu-Muslim” and “Shamshan- Kabristan …

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U.Va. Tibet Center anticipates sixth international seminar for young Tibetologists this summer – The Cavalier Daily

The University is preparing to be the first American university to host the Young Tibetologists Seminar, an event that brings together young Tibetan scholars from around the world to exchange and share knowledge about Tibetan culture. The public is invited to attend the seminar, which will take place in August 2022, with detailed plans slated for release around February. The …

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Buddhists turn to robotic costume for help on religious pilgrimage

ZENTSUJI, Kagawa Prefecture – Buddhist pilgrims now have two reassuring companions who make their difficult journey easier: the spirit of a former Buddhist saint and a high-tech robotic exoskeleton. In mid-December, a man climbed a slope with ease while generating a gentle mechanical hum. The sight of his robotic exoskeleton elicited praise and amazement from the television crew filming it. …

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unrelated bigotry | Indian express

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, and …

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China commits “cultural genocide” in Mongolia (Report)

China is inflicting “cultural genocide” not only in Xinjiang and Tibet, but also in Mongolia, a newspaper report said on Friday. In its report, The HK Post said that China’s strategy of using economic tools to pressure other parties to agree to its terms is well known. A recent example is Mongolia. The report says Chinese authorities recently restricted transport …

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Mgr. Robert Tucker: Baptism: Challenge and union!

The feast of the Baptism of the Lord Jesus today celebrates the beginning of his public ministry. Jesus is challenged to begin to reconcile creation with its Creator and his humble role as an obedient servant of his Father. As John the Baptist baptizes him with the Holy Spirit, the union of the Father and the Son as love and …

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Presidency 2023: Tinubu opens up about his running mate, other problems

A contributor to the national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) said proposing a running mate for Bola Tinubu in the 2023 presidential election was too early. Tunde Rahman said her director still had intense consultations with key political players on the possibility of running for president Rahman said that until consultations are over and Tinubu declares himself as …

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Ludhiana cow slaughter: 2 arrested, four on the run

Ludhiana police said on Thursday they had arrested two men from Jamalpur who they said were wanted in a clow massacre case that was filed more than a month ago. Police said four other suspected suspects involved in the case were still at large. The remains of two cows were found near a landfill in the Jiwan Nagar area in …

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Telangana’s 10th Century Jain Sculptures in a State of Abandonment – The New Indian Express

Through Express news service HYDERABAD: Beautiful Jain sculptures of Lord Vardhamana Mahavira and his historically significant associate Matanga Yaksha were found buried under an anthill on the outskirts of Pullur village in Siddipet mandal, Siddipet district, by historians and archaeologists on Wednesday . Dr E Sivanagireddy, an archaeologist and Buddhist consultant, said the sculptures were dated to the 10th century …

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Are the media broad enough? – Poynter

It has become an article of faith among editors and journalists that they must make strategic efforts to build readers’ confidence. However, late last year, a report by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford offers a sobering caveat: Few efforts to build reader confidence have gone beyond existing readers and likely subscribers to …

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