Demarcation shows Indian democracy still struggling in face of Kashmir challenge

Llong-haired goats, six females and six males, three pairs of shawls and a horse, given as tribute every year, and seventy-five lakh rupees Nanakshahi in front: In 1846, Imperial Britain gave possession from Kashmir to Maharaja Gulab Singh. The new ruler made pilgrimages to Amarnath and Haridwar, endowed the temple of Raghunath and closed the butchers on Dussehra and Diwali. …

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Sean from the South: Fried Glory

By Sean Dietrich, Sean of the South Remark In my family, there was really no difference between religion and fried chicken. The two elements went hand in hand. When you attended religious events, you ate fried chicken. Any other dish bordered on paganism. Sean Dietrich (Photo courtesy of seandietrich.com) We did not meet, for example, at covered Baptist suppers to …

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Forget Taiwan or Xinjiang, China’s Xi Jinping warns of ‘zero tolerance’ challenging his crippling policies

The Russian invasion of Ukraine raised concerns in Taiwan about a possible Chinese attack on the island. Beijing’s rhetoric on “reunification” has led to a frantic effort by the beleaguered island to seek help from the United States and other democratic allies. China has consistently warned the United States to stay away from Taiwan and refrain from providing any diplomatic …

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Yu-Wen Wu asked Google how to walk from Boston to Taipei. She spent the next 10 years turning directions into an incredible work of art.

Google Maps has become a staple of 21st century life, but it’s generally not used to plan transcontinental trips. But in 2010, when Yu-Wen Wu couldn’t afford the plane ticket from Boston to Taipei to visit her sick grandmother, she typed in the addresses of their respective homes and asked for walking directions. “It actually gave me directions for 155 …

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Hello, Brooklyn: Friday, May 6, 2022

Deacon Kevin McCormackPhoto courtesy of Xaverian High School PRINCIPAL XAVERIAN APPOINTED SUPERINTENDENT OF DIOCESAN SCHOOLS: Deacon Kevin McCormack, principal of the highly regarded Xaverian High Bay Ridge School has been appointed as the new Superintendent of Schools for the Diocese of Brooklyn, effective July 1, Bishop Robert Brennan announced yesterday. Deacon McCormack has been headmaster of Xaverian for the past …

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What’s wrong with developing guidelines against religious conversion in schools, HC asks TN government

The court decides to hear in detail a PIL requesting an instruction from the government. formulate such guidelines The court decides to hear in detail a PIL requesting an instruction from the government. formulate such guidelines “What harm is there in issuing an instruction to the state government to draw up guidelines against religious conversion in schools,” Judge R. Mahadevan …

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China sets up world’s tallest automatic weather station_英语频道_央视网(cctv.com)

* Chinese scientific researchers have established the world’s highest automatic weather monitoring station on Mount Qomolangma on the China-Nepal border. * An expedition team reached the summit of Mount Qomolangma and measured the thickness of ice and snow for the first time using high-precision radar. * The new comprehensive scientific expedition to Mount Qomolangma is the country’s first scientific research …

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Journey of Buddhism, from India to Tibet

LHASA, (ANI) – Indo-Tibetan ties date back to the 7th century when Buddhism was introduced to Tibet. To preserve and propagate Dharma Buddhism, Tibet sent many of its people to India to study Buddhism and simultaneously invited many Indian Buddhist masters to Tibet. According to the book “Tibet: A Political History”, Buddhism arrived in Tibet in the 7th century from …

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No decision has been made on the philosophy of Gaelscoil Moshiológ, as a possible move away from Christian roots angers the local councilor

Gaelscoil principal Moshiológ said no decision had been made on the future of the school’s religious denomination and was simply in a “consultation process” regarding its philosophy. Responding to speculation about the school’s future in which an elected official had criticized a possible move away from its Christian roots, principal Carol Scott released the following statement. Since October 2021, Gaelscoil …

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China’s first indigenous female religious order turns 150

China The nuns of the Congregation of St. Joseph based in Beijing devote themselves to pastoral and missionary ministries Chinese nuns pray in a chapel in Fushun. The Beijing-based Congregation of St. Joseph, the first indigenous Catholic female religious order in China, celebrates its 150th anniversary this year. (Photo: Nancy Wiechec/CNS) Posted: May 03, 2022 07:55 GMT Updated: May 03, …

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JNU VC urged to exempt Tibetan students from exorbitant fee hike

By Choekyi Lhamo DHARAMSHALA, May 2: The rising fees imposed on Foreign Nationals (FN), including Tibetan students at New Delhi’s prestigious Jawaharlal Nehru University since 2019, saw a further development on Monday when CTA Education Minister (Sherig Kalon) Tharlam Dolma met with the newly appointed JNU Vice-Chancellor. Teacher. Santishree D Pandit to discuss the plight of young Tibetan students. “There …

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Pawar saheb, you engage in hateful politics of caste and religion : Raj Thackeray

Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) President Raj Thackeray shot Nationalist Congress Party leader Sharad Pawar while addressing a massive rally in Aurangabad, Maharashtra on Sunday. He said, “Sharad Pawar says we are against the country. Pawar saheb you are doing caste and religion hatred politics.” Raj Thackeray has accused Sharad Pawar of dividing Maharashtra according to castes over a book written …

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US-based Human Rights Commission expresses concern over escalating attacks on Bangladeshi minorities by Islamic organizations

NNA | Update: April 30, 2022 11:02 p.m. STI Washington [US]April 30 (ANI): Expressing concern over the escalating attacks on minorities in Bangladesh, the International Commission on Human Rights and Religious Freedom (ICHRRF) in its latest report highlights the historical context of violence against the lives and property of Hindu, Buddhist and Christian citizens by members of Islamist organizations.“The persecution …

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Tibetan students urged to prove their ‘ideological morality’ for admissions

By Choekyi Lhamo DHARAMSHALA, April 30: Regular 2022 Tibet Autonomous Region University Admission Regulations issued by China’s Ministry of Education last week said they required prospective applicants to declare their “political attitude and ideological morality” for be admitted to universities in Tibet. Under Section 12, of the “Assessment of Ideological and Political Morality”, in order for extraordinary students to be …

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The Reading Room: 7 Dalit Voices on Books They Want People to Read More to Understand India’s Caste History and Politics

Recommendation: The Politics of Untouchability: Social Mobility and Social Change in a City of India by Owen Lynch (Columbia University Press, 1969) The Politics of Untouchability: Social Mobility and Social Change in a City in India by Owen Lynch (Source: Amazon.in) Why? This is a well-researched book that evolved through extensive fieldwork in the western part of Uttar Pradesh. I …

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Journey of Buddhism, from Tibet to India

NNA | Update: April 29, 2022 10:26 a.m. STI Lhasa [Tibet], April 29 (ANI): Students for a Free Tibet-India (SFT) celebrated the 33rd birthday of the 11th Panchen Lama in the northern Indian city of Dharamshala, reflecting the friendly relations between India and Tibet. But their relationship didn’t blossom overnight.The two countries share a relationship that dates back to the …

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Lotus Lantern Festival lights up after two-year hiatus

A visitor to Cheonggye Stream takes a photo of traditional lanterns on display on Tuesday. (Yonhap) To celebrate Buddha’s 2,566th birthday, which falls on May 8 this year, major Buddhist temples and the Cheonggye Stream area in central Seoul were illuminated with thousands of lotus lanterns. Although the official Yeondeunghoe, the lantern lighting festival, will be held for three days …

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Interfaith Trolley offers a tour of religion in America

CHICAGO (RNS) – In America’s third-largest city, it’s possible to take a crash course in world religions in just a few miles – from the majestic and ecumenical Christian Rockefeller Memorial Chapel at the University of Chicago on the Chicago’s south side at the humble Masjid Al-Taqwa, which meets in a converted stable, still under renovation, a 15-minute ride south. …

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J&K: School she runs asks teachers to avoid hijab, army says it means ‘niqab’

A circular from an army-run school for special children in northern Kashmir, Baramulla, asking its teachers to ‘avoid the hijab during school hours’ has sparked controversy in the valley, leaders policies drawing parallels with the Karnataka Hijab Ban Line. The military, however, said the word “hijab” (which covers the head) was mistakenly written in the circular instead of “niqab” (which …

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Lithium Carbonate Market Size, Scope and Outlook

New Jersey, United States – The study is a professional and comprehensive assessment of the lithium carbonate market with an emphasis on in-depth analysis of market data. The aim of the study is to provide a quick understanding of the business along with a comprehensive categorization of the Lithium Carbonate market by type, activity, end-use, and region. The study provides …

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Buddhist Supplies Market Size, Scope and Outlook

New Jersey, United States – The study is a professional and comprehensive assessment of the Buddhist supplies market with an emphasis on in-depth analysis of market data. The aim of the study is to provide a quick understanding of the business along with a comprehensive categorization of the Buddhist Supplies market by type, activity, end-use, and region. The study provides …

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The Supreme Court debates public prayer. So should we.

(RNS) – On Monday, April 25, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a major school prayer case in which conservative justices will likely find constitutional sanction for teachers mixing public prayer with their official duties. The plaintiff, Joe Kennedy, sued the Bremerton School District in eastern Washington state after it barred him from leading public prayers immediately after games. …

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The Dangers of Holocaust Denial: Chronicle

We are in a climate where the truth can be threatened. Too often this is a partisan issue and our highly charged political environment is ripe for distortions and inaccuracies about the past. It’s dangerous. We can’t learn from history if we don’t know the facts about what really happened. It is in this political milieu that the veracity of …

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Roza Iftaar of All Religions held in Agra

An all-religion Roza Iftaar was held in Agra. Thousands of people from Hindu, Muslim, Sikh and Christian communities participated. Thousands of people from Hindu, Muslim, Sikh and Christian communities participated in an All Religions Roza Iftaar in Agra. Thousands of people from Hindu, Muslim, Sikh and Christian communities gathered in the Sarafa market building located in the densely populated area …

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The Dalai Lama salutes Macron for his re-election

Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama on Monday congratulated Emmanuel Macron on his re-election as President of France for a second five-year term. “It is the good fortune of the Tibetan people to have received the friendship and encouragement of the French people and their respective leaders in our efforts to protect and preserve our ancient Buddhist culture, a culture …

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Climate activist dies after setting himself on fire at Supreme Court

“The press then spoke of suicide, but in the end, it is not so. It’s not even a protest. Thich Nhat Hanh wrote monks, adding that “to burn oneself by fire is to prove that what one says is of the utmost importance. There is nothing more painful than getting burned. To say something while feeling this kind of pain …

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Does evolution need God? | Does evolution need God?

“Don’t be afraid of evolution.” – Dr. Stacy Trasancos. Much to the chagrin of science and religion, we live in an age that thinks these two disciplines are contradictory. If science is right, religion is not, and if religion is right, science must be wrong. Nowhere is this view more evident than in the theory of evolution. For some, the …

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SAR Academy makes matzoh | The Riverdale Press

BY STACY DRIKS The SAR Academy hosted its fourth annual matzoh-making factory two weeks ago. Students and families have created a momentous occasion for themselves to produce an 18-minute kosher Shmurah matzoh by hand. This matzoh is wheat kept in its harvest and is meant to be eaten only on the first day of Passover, fulfilling a religious duty. Baking …

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Learn all about his religious teachings

He believed that individuals can enjoy and become who they really are by turning their faith toward God and an intense desire to know Him. Sathya Sai Baba. Image: News18 Sathya Sai Baba was born as Sathyanarayana Raju in Puttaparthi village of Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh on November 23, 1926. The spiritual leader later became popular as Sathya Sai …

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Covid-19 to crypto-amulets: Young Thais seek divination upgrades

BANGKOK — Thai master’s student Dhidhaj Sumedhsvast did not believe in fortune-telling or supernatural powers until the coronavirus pandemic began two years ago. Now he regularly asks the advice of fortune tellers, wears lucky amulets and has images of tarot cards as wallpaper on his phone. “The pandemic has brought so many uncertainties that make us anxious,” said Mr. Dhidhaj, …

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Faith-based schools offer options for a different type of education | Faith

Education is one of the key elements of a prosperous nation. We educate our children so that they are prepared to handle the challenges of adulthood and to become good citizens who contribute to the well-being of the world. Public school is an option for education, but many people choose to send their children to a faith-based school. Victoria has …

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Indian educational institutions must regain their old reputation and make them world-class: Vice President Naidu

Bilaspur: Vice President Mr. Venkaiah Naidu on Thursday stressed the need to make educational institutions world-class and promote research and innovation to restore India’s ancient reputation. Addressing the third convocation of Atal Bihari Vajpayee University (ABVU) Bilaspur through a pre-recorded video message, the Vice President said that he expects the university to undertake research on popular culture, traditions, arts and …

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Eco-friendly industrial system helps protect ecological environment in northwest China

Aerial photo shows yaks grazing in Qumalai County of Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, northwest China’s Qinghai Province, April 19, 2022. Animal husbandry has always been a mainstay industry of Qumalai County, located in Sanjiangyuan National Park. In recent years, the local government has built an environmentally friendly industrial system, which not only promotes rural revitalization, but also effectively protects the …

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Mahanayake Theros makes a strong statement on the current crisis

COLOMBO (News 1st); In an open letter, the Mahanayake Theros of Sri Lanka’s three main Buddhist sects held the president and every member of parliament accountable for the crisis facing the people due to their callous actions towards those dying while waiting in queues day and night. The letter was addressed to the President, the Prime Minister, the Leader of …

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So-called conservatism remains a doctrine of hate

Ilhan Omar was right. In fact, it’s not even close. It will come as heresy and apostasy for those who now feign moral outrage over a tweet the Minnesota congresswoman sent on Sunday. But that is no less true. Leonard Pitts Jr. / McClatchy Journals In the video Omar shared – little is known about his origin – a man …

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PM Modi lays foundation stone of WHO Traditional Medicine Center in Jamnagar

Prime Minister Modi on Tuesday laid the cornerstone of the WHO World Center for Traditional Medicine in Jamnagar, Gujarat. World Health Organization Director General Dr. Tedros Ghebreyesus and Mauritian Prime Minister Pravind Kumar Jugnauth were present at the event. The Indian-led center will be the first and only global outpost of traditional medicine across the globe, aiming to become an …

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The organizer’s affidavit is mandatory for religious processions: UP CM | India News

LUCKNOW/MUMBAI: The UP government on Tuesday ordered that an affidavit from the organizer be required before any religious procession in the state. Order is important following violence in Delhi during a religious procession last week. During a late night video conference with officials, Yogi Adityanath ordered all police officials to remain extremely vigilant as Eid and Akshaya Tritiya will likely …

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Valued at $183.7 billion by 2026, bottled water is set to experience robust growth worldwide

SAN FRANCISCO, April 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — New market research published by Global Industry Analysts Inc., (GIA), the leading market research firm, today released its report titled “Bottled Water – Global Market Trajectory and Analysis”. The report presents new insights into the opportunities and challenges in a significantly transformed post COVID-19 market. Valued at $183.7 billion by 2026, bottled water …

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Pandav Lari: rediscovering ancient architecture

Even when entering these crumbling complexes. These great remains with their porches and pediments have remained more from Greece than from India, and it is hard to believe that a style of architecture which differs so much from all Indian examples and has so much in common with those of Greece, may have been due to chance only this striking …

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Gurgaon: Leader of banned pro-Khalistan group Sikhs for Justice indicted for sedition

Gurgaon police on Friday charged leader of banned pro-Khalistan group ‘Sikhs for Justice’ (SFJ) Gurpatwant Singh Pannun with sedition charges after allegedly posting a video asking people to hoist the Khalistan flag in the offices of the Deputy Commissioner and Superintendent of Police in Haryana. The police also invoked the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) against Pannun. Cops said that …

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China is trying to manipulate the nomination of the next Dalai Lama: report

After facing failure in projecting its own appointees as Tibet’s spiritual leaders, China is now trying to influence the nomination of the next Dalai Lama and forge an acceptance of the ‘selected’ leader among Buddhist countries through diplomacy. , according to a report. Chinese efforts on constructing false narratives with a focus on highlighting the positive aspects of Chinese policies …

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Japanese Ex-Princess Mako Komuro Takes Unpaid Gig at Metropolitan Museum of Art

Mako Komuro, former Japanese Princess Mako and eldest daughter of Crown Prince Akishino and Crown Princess Kiko (Image: Reuters) Mako renounced her royal title when she married jurist Kei Kumoro Former Japanese princess Mako Komuro assists curators at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. She moved to New York after marrying her college sweetheart Kei Kumoro last year …

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Six American Indians among 2022 Guggenheim Scholars

180 scientists, writers, academics and artists honored in 51 fields Six American Indians are among 180 scientists, writers, scholars and artists who have been awarded 2022 Guggenheim Fellowships in 51 fields by the New York-based John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. Chosen through a rigorous application and peer review process from nearly 2,500 applicants, these successful candidates were nominated based on …

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Osterhase, Eostre or pysanky – it’s always Easter

As Easter approaches, religious and non-religious American families prepare to celebrate. In a way, it’s about his mixed background. A minister once told me that Easter is the holiest of all Christian holidays – the day Christians celebrate the ascension of Jesus Christ into heaven, and a story almost every American is already very familiar with. Like other major Christian …

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Across Religious Differences: Interfaith Expression Thrives in Chapman

One by one, visitors enter the peaceful, sky-lit chapel of Chapman University’s Fish Interfaith Center. Some arrive to worship, some in search of a quiet space, and some in search of answers. Rabbi Corie Yutkin, director of Jewish life and Chapman’s chaplain, remembers a student who entered the chapel looking for Chapman. Although the student identified as Jewish, she struggled …

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New asphalt roads linking regions of Tibet

The Lhasa Southern Ring Road is one of the new roads completed in the Tibet Autonomous Region last year. (Photo by PALDEN NYIMA/CHINA DAILY) Southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region will invest 21.6 billion yuan ($3.4 billion) in its transportation and traffic sector this year, according to the Department of Traffic and Traffic. transport in the region. The money will be …

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New Departments and Courses Approved for Sanchi University

Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): Sanchi University will now train employees working in the corporate sector. Various dimensions of Indian philosophy will be harnessed in the corporate sector for stress management and capacity building, Registrar Alkesh Chaturvedi has informed. Two departments, including the Corporate Training Department and the Strategy and Policy Formulation Department, were established at the university. Sanchi University’s Academic Council, …

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Indonesia passes new sexual violence law amid rising cases

JAKARTA, Indonesia — Indonesia’s parliament on Tuesday approved a sweeping law setting out penalties for sexual violence after being spurred into action by a recent case in which an Islamic boarding school director raped and impregnated several students. The legislation has languished for years amid arguments that it has a liberal feminist ideology that contravenes the religious and cultural values …

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Hindu-Muslim clashes prompt Indian police to ban gatherings in affected areas

AHMEDABAD, India, April 11 (Reuters) – Clashes between Hindus and Muslims during a religious festival prompted Indian police to impose a curfew in a city and ban gatherings of more than four people in areas on Monday. affected from Gujarat and two other states. A day earlier, at least one person had been killed and ten, including nine police officers, …

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Lithium Carbonate Market Size, Trends and Forecasts

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Alert security forces against militant attacks: LG

Alert security forces against militant attacks: LG Following the recent spike in militancy-related incidents in the valley, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha today said there was no need to be afraid as security forces were on alert and a strategy was in place to deal with the situation. “There is a strategy, but it cannot be discussed in the media,” Sinha …

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Unemployment and inflation have no religion: DKS

Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee Chairman DK Shivakumar has said that Karnataka’s Bharatiya Janata Party lends tacit support to Hindutva outfits that rake in communal issues in hopes of electoral gains. He thinks, however, that the saffron party will not get an UP-type result here. Excerpts: How do you view the series of polarizing incidents in Karnataka and the government’s response? …

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Know Your Paramilitary | Part 2: Indo-Tibetan Border Police

The Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP), with a total strength of over 90,000 jawans and officers, has mainly provided services to the nation by guarding the Himalayan borders in addition to doing other tasks like deployment in the areas affected by Naxal, law and order-related exercises, etc. It is a unique and highly trained Central Armed Police Force (CAPF) specializing in …

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Some thoughts on the temples of the South – The Island

BY DR. DAYAN JAYATILLEKA The situation is deadlocked: the Popular Movement rightly demands that GR GO HOME; GR will not return home; the Movement will not go home either. Since the president will not resign, parliament can cut him off while he is still sitting in his presidential chair. Parliament must become the engine of transition, drawing its social power …

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Former jobs of each Supreme Court justice | Govt. & Policy

Since its establishment in 1789 by the US Constitution, the US Supreme Court has seen 17 Chief Justices and 116 Justices in total. Many historic cases have gone through the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS), setting precedents and changing the social fabric. Stacker has compiled an account of the educational and professional history of each current Supreme Court …

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French brewers return beer to its feminine roots

When Vero and Vero started making beer, they thought they were part of a new trend of women asserting themselves in an industry traditionally dominated by men, only to discover that beer actually had ancient roots. feminine. “We were just two women who loved beer and wanted to do something on their own,” says Véro Lanceron, 44, co-founder of Y’a …

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Punjab Government Requests SGPC to Livestream Golden Temple Gurbani

PUNJAB Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann on Thursday called on the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) to allow the AAP government to install “advanced broadcast technology” at the Golden Temple in Amritsar to broadcast the Gurbani live on various digital platforms in the world. The call, however, drew a frosty response from the Akali-dominated SGPC, who asked him to “focus on …

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Cannot use violence to banish Chinese from Tibet, says Dalai Lama

The Dalai Lama reiterated his stance on the issue while addressing attendees of the 25th Shoton Festival, a cultural event held in Dharamsala Archive image of the Dalai Lama. News18 Dharamshala: Buddhist spiritual leader the Dalai Lama said Thursday that Tibetans cannot use violence to banish the Chinese from Tibet and must learn to coexist peacefully while preserving their identity. …

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Plum Village releases documentary on Thich Nhat Hanh – Buddhistdoor Global

At plumvillage.org The Plum Village International Sangha has released a new documentary about the life of revered teacher and committed Buddhist Thich Nhat Hanh (affectionately nicknamed Thay). Shared in response to the war and the growing humanitarian crisis in Ukraine, A cloud never diesdocuments the life and impact of the famous Zen master and is accompanied by an open letter …

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Yitziyat Mitzrayim and the Pedagogy of Passover

“You will observe the [Feast of] Unleavened bread, for this very day I brought out your ranks out of the land of Egypt; you will observe this day down through the ages as an institution for all time. (Exodus 12:17) Itsiyat Mitzrayim—the Exodus from Egypt – was a monumental milestone in the history of the Jewish people. Rabbi Irving Greenberg …

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Teacher accused of hurting religious feelings at AMU issues apology

A professor of forensic medicine at Aligarh Muslim University has issued an ‘unconditional apology’ after religious references he made during a class on sex offenses were widely condemned. Jitendra Kumar, an assistant professor in AMU’s Department of Forensic Medicine, was teaching a class of third-year MBBS students on Tuesday when he showed his class a PowerPoint presentation. The presentation had …

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Pronounce, the Chinese fashion brand that challenges male stereotypes

Written by Oscar Holland, CNN The subject of masculinity – and the threats to it – seems to be increasingly sensitive in today’s China. The country’s state broadcaster moved to ban shows depicting “effeminate styles,” education officials offered ways to tackle “feminization” in schools, and state media denounced ” the sickly aesthetic” that propels “ambiguous” young men to stardom. For …

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Stalin inaugurates Samathuvapuram in Villupuram district

Chief Minister MK Stalin on Tuesday stressed the need for the country to emerge as a Samathuvapuram (village of equality) and said Tamil Nadu and its Dravidian model would show the way to achieve this goal. The Samathuvapuram concept was designed to ensure an egalitarian society and all should work together to make the Samathuvapuram model of Tamil Nadu an …

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Palestinians overcome hurdles to unearth ancient treasures in Gaza

A few meters from the Mediterranean coast, archaeologists from Gaza unearth ancient wonders in the Palestinian enclave. “There is a saying that Gaza is above the treasure,” said Nemaa El Sawarka, a guide and archaeologist working at Saint Hilarion Monastery. The monastery south of Gaza City is considered one of the largest finds in the Middle East. As students stroll …

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aimplb: AIMPLB invites articles, articles for its journal on law, religious affairs | India News

LUCKNOW: The All-India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) has invited research papers and papers from authors from all walks of life, also encouraging non-Muslim authors, for its law journal – Journal of Law and Religious Affairs (JLRA ). The council said the test of a healthy democracy lies in the “feelings” and “experiences” of its minorities, and any “misplaced” judgments …

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‘Billions’ Season 6, Episode 11: Succession

Billions Succession Season 6 Episode 11 Editor’s note 3 stars *** Photo: Christopher Saunders/SHOWTIME After last week’s grim build-up, where bold terms like “eating the heart of the dragon” were thrown around, finding out that Mike Prince just ran for president seemed like a huge disappointment. Don’t get me wrong, I understand it’s Billions‘ facing the nightmare that was the …

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Kalachakra manuals launched in Dharamsala : The Tribune India

Tribune press service Dharamsala, April 3 A series of Kalachakra commentary manuals, authored by Tibetan scholar Sherab Dhargye, was launched on Saturday evening at the Library of Tibetan Works and Archives (LTWA) by Sikyong Penpa Tsering. Also present on the occasion were Speaker of the Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile Khenpo Sonam, Tenphel Kirti Rinpoche, Jado Tulku Rinpoche and Secretary Lobsang …

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Women should be more included in governance – Adegbenro

Apr. 03 (THEWILL) – Chief Adejare Adegbenro is a security expert, politician and businessman. In this interview with AYO ESAN, he talks about the state of the nation, the rotating presidency, the zoning system and the change of power, among other issues. Excerpts: What is your impression of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)? There …

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Happy Gangaur Teej 2022 Wishes and Greetings: Maa Gauri Images, HD Wallpapers, WhatsApp Status, Telegram Quotes and Goddess Parvati Photos for Gauri Tritiya Celebration

India, land of celebrations, is a mixture of different cultures. Different states have their own cultural impact and this gives us the opportunity to celebrate several festivals at once. Rajasthan celebrates Gangaur in a grand way, with great enthusiasm. Not only Rajasthan, but all states where Marwaris live, celebrate this festival with traditional customs and happiness. According to the Hindu …

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Will perform Hanuman Chalisa outside mosques if…: Warning from MNS leader Raj Thackeray | Latest India News

“Were there loudspeakers when the religion was founded? MNS leader Raj Thackeray said in his speech to Gudi Padwa, adding that he was not against prayers or any particular religion. Maharashtra Navnirman Sena leader Raj Thackeray said on Saturday he was not against any religion but members of his party will perform Hanuman Chalisa outside mosques if the state government …

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Kaua’i Buddhist Council Celebrates Buddha’s Birth on April 3

LIHU’E – Representatives of the Kaua’i Buddhist Council reported to Mayor Derek SK Kawakami on Wednesday that this year’s Hanamatsuri, or Birth of Buddha Services, will once again be hosted virtually through the Kaua’i Buddhist Council’s YouTube channel. , Sunday from 9:30 a.m. “Unfortunately, many of our members are in the high risk group of being affected by COVID-19,” said …

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Questions loom over donation of Tibetan thangkas to three US universities

On March 8, Skidmore, Vassar and Williams colleges jointly announced that they would collectively acquire more than 60 Tibetan thangkas in an “innovative collaboration” between their three university art museums, thanks to a generous donation from the Jack Shears collection. Thangkas – Tibetan Buddhist devotional paintings on scrolls of cotton and silk appliqué intended to guide monastic students in meditation …

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The CNA-IPS survey reveals a generational gap in opinions on the existence of racial discrimination, dealing with racism

TO DELETE OR NOT THE CMIO FRAMEWORK? Respondents were also asked a number of questions about whether the evolution of Singapore’s Chinese-Malay-Indian-Other (CMIO) racial framework would be good or bad for society. About half of all respondents thought none of these developments would make a difference. The researchers said the highest level of support was for Singapore to officially recognize …

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