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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