Make a choice in the UP elections

In Yogi Adityanath’s world, ironically like Sophie’s world, words mean something different from normal times. Munshi Premchand, who wrote the wonderful short story, Idgah, about a little boy who feared his mother would burn his fingers while cooking him roti and therefore spent his money to buy a pair of tongs instead. candy like other children, would hardly have imagined …

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Tibet office in Geneva testifies before Swiss parliamentarians

By Choekyi Lhamo DHARAMHALA, September 21: The Tibet Bureau in Geneva testified Monday before Swiss parliamentarians. The hearing entitled “Coherent implementation of the Switzerland China strategy: role of Parliament in strengthening human rights” was organized by the parliamentary group on human rights with the parliamentary group for Tibet and other support groups. Two key speakers were Kalden Tsomo from the …

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Try the Ivy Leagues with these free college courses

Ivy League schools such as Harvard and Yale are renowned for offering some of the most prestigious academic programs in the world. These universities are sadly difficult to integrate, which makes them inaccessible to most. Moreover, the tuition fees are expensive, even with large scholarship opportunities. Students looking for free online college courses may be surprised to find the options …

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Fall Lecture Series | Community

DOVER – The Woodman Museum 2021 Fall Speaker Series kicks off Wednesday, October 6, featuring five incredible NH speakers, every Wednesday evening at 7:00 p.m. until November 3, at the Woodman Museum 182 Central Avenue in Dover. Olga Morrill: Wednesday October 6: NH author Olga Morrill kicks off the Autumn Lecture Series at the Woodman Museum with an open discussion …

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6 book recommendations from Monica Byrne

Monica Byrne is a novelist, playwright and screenwriter. His ambitious new work of speculative fiction, The real star, follows three characters reincarnated through two millennia, from the collapse of the ancient Mayan civilization to a distant utopia. God is not one by Stephen Prothero (2010). I couldn’t let go of this book. It’s a lucid comparison of the eight great …

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Safe, hygienic private jets; Travel Moves As Faith Restores: Kanika Tekriwal, JetSetGo Aviation

The travel and tourism industry is certainly seeing a recovery in demand for air travel bookings and this will increase further during the Dussehra and Diwali holiday period when families and friends want to reunite with their loved ones during the season. festivals. Additionally, as more and more travelers recognize the safety tradeoffs involved in traveling with commercial airlines, the …

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Bournemouth University team finds handprint in Tibet

A RESEARCH team from the University of Bournemouth has been involved in the discovery of what are believed to be the oldest known examples of still art in the world. Carefully placed hands and footprints have been found immortalized in rock in Tibet by research teams from Guangzhou University in China and Bournemouth University. The footprints are believed to have …

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Federal judge to decide whether healthcare workers should be granted religious exemption for COVID-19 shooting

A federal judge will soon decide whether healthcare workers should be able to withdraw from Maine’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for religious reasons. Nine anonymous workers have sued the state to demand such an exemption, which is currently not allowed. Their lawsuit could take on broader significance in light of a conservative shift at the U.S. Supreme Court. On Monday, U.S. …

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