When debts become unpayable, they must be forgiven

Debt is a reality, even though it has turned out to be one of the most enduring problems plaguing our world. Your home, your consumer goods, your degree and, if you live in the United States, your medical care – more than likely, it was all made possible by debt. Periodic economic crises have been among the results. Whenever such …

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The year Indians swore faith in mutual funds

Patience pays off, and more and more retail investors like you and I seem to be following this mantra now. The practice of staying invested in equity mutual funds (MF) for more than two years has become more cemented during the pandemic, the data suggests. So much so that retail investors are keeping their nerves even in the midst of …

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Zillow Research Helps the Philly Family Find a Bigger Home

When Meena Ramakrishnan took a break from Facebook, she turned to Zillow instead. Although she and her husband, Ravi Rajagopalan, did not seek to move to a new home, she found an ad they could not pass up. They recognized the roof top solarium of the house a few blocks from their current house and were intrigued by the size …

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Plans underway to complete Buddhist pilgrimage site at Nagarjuna Sagar, central India

From thenewsminute.com Telangana State Tourism Development Corp., based in the central Indian state of Telangana, has announced updated plans for its development of Buddhavanam, a Buddhist heritage theme park. The park site, located in Nagarjunasagar, about 150 kilometers southeast of Hyderbad, has revealed a treasure trove of Buddhist and other ancient relics, and is expected to open soon, although confirmed …

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Justice ministry resolves racial discrimination case

Justice Department resolves racial discrimination lawsuit against Oklahoma Housing Authority (STL.News) The Justice Department today announced that it has secured a settlement agreement with the Housing Authority in the city of Lone Wolf, Oklahoma, and two of its former employees to resolve allegations that they violated federal law by denying housing to a black mother and her young daughter because …

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Catholic women wearing a veil: a misguided practice

During our Christmas vacation, we attended a Catholic church where a notable number of women wore chapel veils. The reasons for this practice are, I think, wrong. While browsing the literature on this subject, I found several tusks of women wearing a veil or a mantilla. They claim it is not a misogynistic practice, and pious apologies are given, but …

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Religious leaders criticize persecution of Indian minorities

LAHORE: Leaders of different faiths and schools of religious thought in Pakistan have called on global human rights bodies to take immediate action to end atrocities against minorities in India by extremist Hindu groups under the patronage of the state. Religious leaders also called on the UN, OIC and global human rights watchdogs to take immediate action against the persecution …

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Visitors flock to shrines and temples, but still a relative trickle

Visitors to Sensoji Temple, Meiji Shrine, Naritasan Shinshoji Temple, and Kawasaki Daishi Temple in the greater Tokyo area on January 1 (Photo taken by Takahiro Kumakura) On January 1, the number of visitors to Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples in the greater Tokyo area was up from the same day in 2021, when Japan was plagued by a surge in …

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The ancient Indraprastha

The history of the capital of India is so closely linked to the history of Bharat, Hindustan and India that it is indeed difficult to speak of one without the other. The formidable challenge is not the dearth of sources or reference materials: on the contrary, it is how to sift the “salient” from the plethora of information about a …

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12 dead in wave of crowds at popular Hindu shrine in Kashmir

Crowds at popular Hindu shrine in Indian-controlled Kashmir killed at least 12 and injured 15 on New Years Day Through Associated Press AIJAZ HUSSAIN January 1, 2022, 9:33 a.m. • 2 minutes to read Share on FacebookShare on twitterEmail this article SRINAGAR, India – A wave of crowds at a popular Hindu shrine in Indian-controlled Kashmir killed at least 12 …

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Buddhist monk calls for global understanding, respect for religions

A prominent Thai Buddhist monk called on people around the world to understand their respective beliefs so that they could “share and respect” other religions. Dec 31 2021 Senior Buddhist monk Phramaha Thongrattana Thavorn, a member of the Focolare movement, also known as Luce Ardente, is seen greeting Pope Francis in this undated photo from the Focolare movement. BANGKOK: A …

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NASA and priests preparing for ETI contact?

NASA and religion? Oh good? Yes really. “NASA Hires Priests to Prepare Humans for Contact with Aliens,” the headline read. “NASA paid priests to know how to deal with aliens,” reads another. [Alien in spiritual triangle by Thomas Larch] Is NASA really teaming up with the clergy to better prepare Earth society for an extraterrestrial encounter? Yes. And no. Sorta. …

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Historic conclave: Chinese bishops and priests brief Hong Kong clerics on Xi Jinping’s view on religion

Chinese bishops and religious leaders briefed senior Catholic clergy officials in Hong Kong on President Xi Jinping’s vision for a religion with “Chinese characteristics” at an unprecedented meeting hosted by the mainland’s representative office in the city, according to four religious. Clerics who attended or were aware of the October 31 meeting described it as Beijing’s most assertive move to …

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Machines can’t teach us to be human

I spent the first two years of high school at a swanky Catholic boys’ academy in Southern California and hated it. The girls ‘question, never far from my thoughts, could not be answered and the corresponding girls’ school on the other side of town was run like a medieval mountain convent, that is to say like a fortress. At the …

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Cape Town, South Africa holds musical and interfaith tribute to Desmond Tutu

Published on: 12/30/2021 – 01:56 An interfaith musical memorial on Wednesday in honor of South Africa’s revered anti-apartheid icon, Desmond Tutu, had a rabbi and a dancing monk as Cape Town bid farewell to its first black Anglican archbishop. The colorful town hall service in honor of Tutu, who passed away over the weekend, brought together family members and politicians, …

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In-laws against interfaith marriage, man hangs himself in Noida

A 24-year-old reportedly hanged himself from a tree in Noida on Saturday and left a suicide note, addressed to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, stating that he had been harassed by his in-laws since he married his wife, which is from a different religion, earlier this year. Police identified the victim as Mohit Thakur, a resident of Sector 54 of Noida. …

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[Exclusive] Chinese military uses robot vehicles in Tibet

Representation image | Photo credit: ANI New Delhi: Bearing in mind the difficult terrain of the Tibetan Plateau and the difficulties faced by Han Chinese soldiers due to the cold and high altitude, the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) moved in a large number of ground vehicles. unmanned to transport troops, weapons and supplies. More than half of the vehicles are …

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Narendra Modi and bloodthirsty pregnant Dharam Sansad are closer than most people think

Speaking in his usual dog-whistle mode, Prime Minister Narendra Modi reinforced Haridwar’s hideous message ‘Dharam Sansad’. Those expressing disappointment at the failure of BJP leaders and Union ministers – let alone the Prime Minister and Home Secretary – to condemn the genocidal appeals against Muslims launched by the speakers must understand that ‘there is no substantial difference between them. After …

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palazzo pianca translates the ambiance of venice into a contemporary retreat

pianca explores the meaning of hospitality in Venice in an elegant 16th century palace in the historic center of Venice, specialist in furnishing accessories pianca has created a hotel that combines contemporary and heritage elements. Nicknamed “palazzo pianca”, the boutique project is located near the iconic Piazza San Marco and offers a “factory of ideas for lifestyles”. a continuous study …

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FIR against Hindu religious leader for making derogatory remarks against Mahatma Gandhi

New Delhi: Chhattisgarh police have registered an FIR against Hindu religious leader Kalicharan Maharaj for making derogatory remarks against Mahatma Gandhi and saluting his assassin Nathuram Godse. The incident took place on Sunday evening when at the conclusion of the two-day Dharm Sansad in Raipur, Kalicharan used an offensive word against Mahatma Gandhi and urged people to elect a staunch …

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Tibetan bikers urge Indian government to boycott Winter Games

A group of 15 Tibetan bikers, rallying against the Winter Olympics to be held in Beijing next year, said China does not deserve to host games that uphold the virtues of unity and world peace and called on the Indian government to boycott the same. The Tibetans, who arrived in Ahmedabad on Sunday, stressed the flagrant violation of human rights …

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How India’s Anti-Conversion Laws Deny Religious Freedom

Through Paul Swamidass, Opinion contributor | Sunday, December 26, 2021 Christians pray while others go to confession during prayer services on Good Friday April 10, 2009, in the village of Raikia, south of Bhubaneswar, India. | Daniel Berehulak / Getty Images India is famous Emperor Ashoka was a former convert from Hinduism to Buddhism. He demonstrated that a person is …

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I will not be part of any religion: Kamalsy Najmal | Kochi News

Kamal C Chavara became Kamalsy Najmal after converting to Islam. He has now renounced Islam and simply became KamalsyKamalsy, the author of the novels ‘Daivavum Njanum’ and ‘Smasanangalude Notepusthakam‘converted to Islam in 2018 to protest the cremation of a social activist and writer Najmal Babu also known as TN Joy, against the writer’s wish to be buried in a mosque. …

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The eighth wonder of the world

When I was in school, I was fascinated by the tale of the Tibetan plateau formed by the two great mountain ranges – the Himalayas in the south and the Kunfun mountains in the north. The plateau has an average height of 12,000 to 16,000 feet above sea level and is aptly called the roof of the world. I could …

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Scheduled caste or British Columbia? Dalit Christians damned back and forth

The system of categorizing only Hindu, Buddhist and Sikh Dalits as scheduled castes exposes those who do not fall into these formal categories to harassment from hostile bureaucrats. Michael *, a Dalit Christian from Thanjavur district, converted to Hinduism a few years ago through the Arya Samaj, to change his Backward Class (BC) categorization to Scheduled Caste. He had hoped …

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Bringing the Latin American Las Posadas Christmas Tradition to Watertown

The Grace Lutheran Church and Glacial Lakes Multicultural Center recreated Mary and Joseph’s journey and the birth of Jesus in Las Posadas on Sunday. And the production was right: it is wise to treat foreigners well. Las Posadas celebrations are seen throughout Latin America and by Hispanics in the United States. Translated from Spanish, Las Posadas means “inns”. It was …

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India A country with a tradition that promotes Ahimsa, Karuna

The Dalai Lama stressed the need for unity among seven billion people and for broad thinking. (To file) New Delhi: Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama on Thursday interacted with staff and students of the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Rohtak via video conference and asserted that India is a country with thousands of years of tradition which promotes Ahimsa …

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5 things to do in Kinnaur

5 things to do in Kinnaur Published on Dec 22 2021, 12:41 pm Kinnaur has a lot to explore and enjoy Located about 235 kilometers from Shimla, Kinnaur is one of the most beautiful places in Himachal Pradesh. It offers a unique confluence of Hinduism and Buddhism. You can also experience Tibetan culture here as the place shares its borders …

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Christian schools want to be able to discipline and fire divorced or LGBTQ + staff

World Dec 21 2021 19:163 minutes to read The Department of Equality celebrates LGTBI Pride Day with a “Maori haka” dance. Video / El Mundo Christian education groups have championed the “right” of schools to discipline or even fire a teacher who divorces, cheats on a spouse, or enters a non-heterosexual relationship. Speaking in a parliamentary inquiry, Christian Schools Australia …

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Indresh Kumar sees change in Christian thinking about RSS

The community realized that they had gained nothing by “hating” the outfit, says senior RSS official On Monday, December 20, 2021, senior leader Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, Indresh Kumar, claimed that there had been a change in the thinking of the Christian community towards the Sangh over the years when they realized that they had gained nothing by “hating” the outfit. …

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Ministry of Minority Affairs Implements Free Allied Coaching Program (Naya Savera) under which free coaching is provided to students belonging to Sikhs, Christians, Buddhists, Parsis, Jains and Muslims | Odisha News | Latest Odisha News

New Delhi: The Ministry of Minority Affairs is implementing the Free and Allied Coaching Program (Naya Savera) under which free coaching is provided to students / applicants belonging to the six notified minority communities (Sikhs, Christians, Buddhists, Parsis, Jains and Muslims). The criteria for the establishment of Project Executing Agencies (PIAs) under the program are as follows: The institute must …

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Give me freedom and give you death

You can rarely be sure that judicial incompetence will kill people, but Federal District Judge Terry Doughty crossed that line when he issued a injunction blocking the Biden administration requirement that nursing home staff be vaccinated against COVID-19. (The injunction, the administration of which is attractive, has since been amended by a higher court to apply only in the 14 …

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How do Hungarians celebrate Christmas? – History and traditions

In most English speaking countries and many other parts of the world where Christmas is celebrated, Santa Claus is believed to give gifts to people – especially children – on Christmas Eve. However, Hungarians celebrate Christmas a little differently. In Hungary, as in many European countries, Jezuska (Christkind) is the traditional gift on Christmas, and in Hungary it is usually …

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What the Dalai Lama said about India’s role in religious harmony in the world

The Dalai Lama attended the event virtually from his residence in Dharmshala, Himachal Pradesh. Dharamsala: Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama called India a model of religious harmony in the world in his speech at a two-day virtual event on “Maha Satipatthana Sutta” for Theravada Sangha. The event organized by the Sri Lankan Society of the Tibetan Buddhist Brotherhood the ‘Unduvap …

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Covid fears keep Tibetan traders away from winter clothing markets

Even though Mumbai’s annual winter clothing markets are teeming with shoppers, they lack the soul of commerce – Tibetans, the majority of whom have stayed away this year for fear of Covid-19. Compared to the pre-pandemic years, when nearly 300 traders from Tibet traveled to Maharashtra’s capital to sell their winter clothes, barely 50 people set up their stalls this …

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Restrictions imposed on the Catholic school club

VANCOUVER – Vancouver school officials have placed restrictions on a Catholic student club operating at a public high school, preventing the club founder from sharing his faith with students. The officials’ edict means the club will now have to limit its weekly meetings to socializing and general discussions about Catholicism, said Timothy Que, a grade 11 student at Eric Hamber …

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The “golden apples” from Greece have a high nutritional value

The quince, known to the ancient Greeks as the “golden apples”. Credit: Frédérique Voisin-Demery / Wikimedia Commons The ancient Greeks called the quince “the golden apple”; this fruit, which has a high nutritional value and medicinal qualities, also symbolized love in ancient times. December is the month of the quince, a season in Greece when the yellow fruit that resembles …

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shah: Only Prime Minister Modi conceived the idea of ​​strengthening the Hindu religion: Amit Shah | India News

LUCK: Welcoming Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the creation of the Kashi Vishwanath Corridor in Varanasi, Minister of Interior and Union Cooperation Amit Shah said on Friday that only Prime Minister Modi had conceived the idea to strengthen the Hindu religion. Shah’s remarks came during the inaugural ceremony of 13 new branches of Uttar Pradesh cooperative banks, its 294 PACS, …

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In Myanmar, churches burn in silence

Most often left out, the situation of Christians in Myanmar (formerly Burma) continues to deteriorate, as evidenced by the recent destruction of churches in the country. “If churches and Catholic buildings are attacked again, all cordial relations will be interrupted and this will have painful consequences for all”, warns Mgr. Peter Hla, for whom the cup is full. The bishop …

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A Graphic Novel About Joseph Smith and the Spread of “Dirty” Soda

These are excerpts from the Salt Lake Tribune’s free Mormon Land newsletter, a weekly summary of developments in and about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Want this newsletter with additional items in your inbox? Subscribe here. You can also support Mormon Land with a donation to Patreon.com/mormonland, where you can access, among other freebies and exclusive content, …

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The limits of the Hindu versus Hindutvavadi debate

In the aftermath of the overwhelming hold of the Hindutva, one is tempted to counter it by juxtaposing Hinduism with Hindutva, the virtuous Hindu with the wicked Hindutvavadi. Rahul Gandhi insisted on this theme. But it is also a new cultural spirit. The temptation is understandable. It is better to align Hinduism with moral values ​​than the discourse of blood …

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84000 Announces World’s First Complete English Tengyur Catalog

84000: Translate the words of the Buddha, a global non-profit initiative to translate and share the Tibetan Buddhist Canon founded by acclaimed Bhutanese lama, author and filmmaker Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse Rinpoche, announced the first complete catalog of the Tengyur– Tibetan translations collected from treatises by the great Indian Buddhist masters explaining and developing the words of the Buddha. “This work …

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Board of Directors honors outstanding employees for their commitment to students – Charles County Public Schools

At its December 14 meeting, the Board of Education honored four students from Charles County Public Schools (CCPS). School principals annually select a student and staff member for board recognition. Students are honored for their accomplishments in the areas of academic success, career preparation, and personal responsibility. At the meeting were honored Lewis Benton of Mary B. Neal Elementary School; …

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More Orthodox Jewish women are ordained; change is uneven

At the South Philadelphia Shtiebel, a 5 foot high partition, called a “mechitza”, separates the men from the women in accordance with … At the South Philadelphia Shtiebel, a 5 foot high partition, called a “mechitza”, separates the men from the women in accordance with ancient tradition. But when it comes time for the sermon, Rabbanit Dasi Fruchter, the leader …

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It’s good that Rahul Gandhi spoke about Hindu rule: Shiv Sena

Speaking at the Congress rally in Jaipur on Sunday, Rahul Gandhi made a distinction between the words “Hindu” and “Hindutva”. He said: “Mahatma Gandhi was a Hindu, but Nathuram Godse was a Hindutvavadi. (File photo) Subscribe to notifications The Shiv Sena said on Tuesday it was good that Congress leader Rahul Gandhi spoke of “Hindu rule”. In an editorial by …

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Best of November Haiku Challenge

Just as a bird needs two wings to fly, a poet must learn the art of reading haiku as well as writing them. No form of literature is more fully dependent on our emotional and imaginative response to what we read. We are inspired by the study of the work of other poets. . . and reminds us of what …

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Happiness is an essential educational outcome

Opinion IN the recent Speech from the Throne, our provincial government signaled that it was not done with its educational interventions, noting that it was re-examining the curriculum and student achievement issues as identified by the exam. Kindergarten to Grade 12 education. In doing so, it bypasses yet another, more fundamental, preliminary question about education: what do parents and society …

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Hindu religion could die out in 50 years, warns VHP leader | Nagpur News

Nagpur: The Hindu religion could die out in 50 years if strong action is not taken, Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) leader Dr Ravindra Narayan Singh said on Sunday. “If cancer cells remain in the body even after a certain treatment, then a more powerful remedy like chemotherapy is needed. For this, even the patient must remain strong. Here the patient …

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Tibetan President Penpa Tsering: priority is to restart talks with China

Penpa Tsering, sikyong (chairman) of the Tibetan Central Administration (CTA) based in Dharamshala, intends to denounce China’s growing belligerence along the Indian border. The hawkish leader of the Tibetan government in exile has ordered his Ministry of State Security to prepare a report on the activities of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) on the Tibetan plateau, which he intends to …

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Tracing Fa-Hien in the land of the Buddha

Buddha Sakyamuni Gautama achieved enlightenment on his own. He completely immersed himself in the bliss of Nirvaan – free from thirst, greed, aversion and fallacies. The perfect embodiment of humanity, the Buddha, the most compassionate being, did not keep the secrets of the path to liberation to himself, but shared them with the world. Its sole purpose was to free …

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi calls for joint efforts to shape global standards for social media and cryptocurrencies

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday called for united efforts to shape global standards for emerging technologies such as social media and cryptocurrencies to be used to “strengthen” democracy, not “undermine” it. “. In a virtual speech at the Democracy Summit hosted by US President Joe Biden, Modi said India would be happy to share its expertise in holding free …

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When a small Sikh community thrived in an Iranian border town

In the early 1930s, when Reza Shah Pahlavi toured Iran’s easternmost outposts on the border with India, he saw a group of turbaned men with long beards. floating dressed in white dresses. As the story goes, he asked locals about the Turbaned Men and they were told they were Zahids, or holy men of Hind. The small town, then called …

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Decide If You Are a Religious Organization or a Party, Says Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan at IUML – The New Indian Express

Through Express news service KANNUR: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan was at his best during the last 15 minutes of his 90-minute inaugural address on Friday at the MPC’s Kannur District Conference, taking on the Muslim League of Indian Union (IUML ) who has been in place in arms against the government’s decision to hand over appointments to the Waqf board …

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1,809 Tibetan political prisoners known in Chinese prisons: TCHRD

By Choekyi Lhamo DHARAMHALA, December 10: The Tibetan Center for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD), based in Dharamshala, has launched a new online database containing information on 5,518 Tibetan political prisoners compiled since 1990. The initiative is in collaboration with HURIDOCS the application (information and documentation systems on human rights) based in Geneva. Uwazi. Researcher Tenzin Dawa said 3,067 prisoners …

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The principal Thai Buddhist monk Ven. Somdet Chuang dies at the age of 96

Venerable Somdet Phra Maha Ratchamangalacharn (1925-2021). From IBC Facebook Venerable Theravada Monk, Venerable Somdet Phra Maha Ratchamangalacharn (better known as Ven. Somdet Chuang), Abbot of the Royal Thai Monastery Wat Paknam Phasi Charoen, passed away peacefully on Thursday morning. He was 96 years old. the Bangkok Post The newspaper reported that the elder monk had received kidney dialysis treatment within …

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Meet the woman looking to attend every wonderful UK festival

The evening of Midsummer’s Day, the power station Square in Whalton, a small village in the north of England, lights up fiery red. Baal’s fire tradition – locals build a bonfire and light it – is meant to bless the harvest of the season and has continued uninterrupted for centuries. The Mari Lwyd tradition in South Wales is so old …

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23 positive Covid tests in a Tibetan colonization camp in Karnataka

As many as 23 people have tested positive for Covid-19 at Bylakuppe Tibetan Llamas Camp in Mysuru District in the past 24 hours. The residential camp has been sealed and all Covid-positive patients have been isolated. Health officer Dr Sharath visited the Tibetan camp to take stock of the situation. Instructions have been given for colony agents to take further …

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Churches must evolve thoughtfully over time

Young people would just say “this is what it is”. Elderly people would say “it is not what it used to be”. We are talking about the church, of course … this rock of the ages, bearer of tradition through the ages. But if you’ve been careful over the last half century or so, you’ve seen tradition erode at times, …

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How many countries will follow the US boycott of the Beijing Olympics?

SEOUL – Neither President Biden nor other U.S. officials are going, but the Russian leader could. New Zealand says it decided months ago that its diplomats would not be attending. Political leaders of other nations should also bow out, whether or not they state an explicit reason. In less than two months, China will open the 24th Winter Olympics in …

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Buddhist temple provides refuge for Vietnamese in Japan

By mainichi.jp As responses to the pandemic cut off many families and workers in East Asia, Buddhist temples have stepped in to provide much-needed support to those facing hardship. In the eastern Japanese town of Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture, a 43-year-old Vietnamese nun, Thich Tam Tri, has opened a new temple, Tochigi Daion-ji, intended to help Vietnamese workers struggling for make …

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MIGRATION IS A TREND THAT HAS HAPPENED SINCE THE DAWN OF HUMANITY

07 Dec 2021 | 5:19 AM HIST MIGRATION IS A TREND THAT HAS HAPPENED SINCE THE DAWN OF HUMANITY Srinivas Kamat I can’t help but write this article as a response to Visitacao B Monteiro’s article – Migrations of Goans to South India – Due To Conversion and Inquisition Orders? (Herald, December 5). This is a long series of articles …

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IO Saturnalia! Latin students announce ancient Roman festival of peace and harmony – Mainline Media News

During the dark days of December, in many mainline schools, students will be heard exclaiming the celebration “IO SATURNALIA!” », A bugle call throughout the centuries of the Roman feast of Saturnalia. The commemoration originated in ancient Rome in honor of an early god-king named Saturn who was renowned for the goodwill and prosperity of his reign. According to tradition, …

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Search for quotes, news, net asset values ​​of mutual funds Vodafone idea INE669E01016, IDEA, 532822 IEX INE022Q01020, IEX, 540750 Tata power INE245A01021, TATAPOWER, 500400 ICICI Bank INE090A01021, ICICIBANK, 532174 Trident INE064C01022, TRIDENT, 521064 Search for quotes, news, net asset values ​​of mutual funds Vodafone idea INE669E01016, IDEA, 532822 IEX INE022Q01020, IEX, 540750 Tata power INE245A01021, TATAPOWER, 500400 ICICI Bank INE090A01021, …

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This film temporarily banned Martin Scorsese from China

In short, Shanghai Disneyland has arrived. As part of a 2012 agreement to build a theme park in China, Disney had to officially apologize to the Chinese government for the release of “Kundun”. China not only accepted the apology, but also agreed to start releasing Disney movies again. The deal saw a massive influx of Disney products (and, by extension, …

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Stolen Nepalese statues test Western museum ethics

Over 700 years ago, an artist took a chisel and began carving a massive wooden beam into the supple, curvy figure of a yakshi, an elemental goddess of fertility, to adorn the roof of a temple at Itum Baha, a Buddhist monastery in Kathmandu. . The wooden beam formed a spacer to support the heavy overhang of the roof as …

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How to buy the perfect Christmas present

“It’s also important to pay attention to their interests and conversation flow. Did they mention a concert they are going to attend or a motorbike they have watched? These are all clues that could help you find the perfect gift. Step two: track down your recipient Fear not, it has less to do with sitting in a car parked outside …

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