Religious Gurus

Ambedkar and his dhamma | Indian express

Written by Mihir Shah There was a time, believe it or not, when politics was a calling that attracted the brightest and most idealistic in society, charged with the dream of serving the greater good. Sadly, those days are long gone. Successive generations also began to have, naturally but unfortunately, …

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Indian diaspora student to present ‘NrityaKalanjali’

New Delhi: A student from the Diaspora will perform a Bharatanatyam Arangetram in Singapore, respecting the traditional Indian classical dance form in a predominantly multicultural nation that is a melting pot of diverse cultures like Peranakan, Chinese, Malaysian, Indian and Eurasian. Ms. Vaidehi Bodhankar, the 15-year-old permanent resident of Singapore, …

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BJP’s RP Singh mingles with Golden Temple replica

The dismantling of the Golden Temple replica in Punjabi Bagh Bharat Darshan Park was completed on Tuesday, said Manjinder Singh Sirsa, chairman of Delhi Sikh Gurdwara management committee. The replica built by the South Delhi Municipal Corporation was dismantled by members of the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara management committee after discovering …

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Covid vaccination campaign accelerates in state

Vaccination against the coronavirus has intensified in the state in recent weeks. In the past two days, more than a lakh of people received daily doses on average. According to figures from the health department, on Saturday 1.08 lakh people received corona vaccines. Out of 1.08 lakh of people vaccinated, …

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Ramaswami: When two worlds collide

The metaphor of being “between two worlds” is commonly employee to describe the experiences of immigrants as they navigate the cultures of their home and host countries. As a second generation immigrant with my Indian parents, I had an experience that was no different. One world was Indian: I was …

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Iranians to boycott Iran election farce

Since 2011, the United Nations has made great efforts in Yemen, starting with sponsoring the peaceful transition of power after the popular youth revolution in Yemen and ending with its efforts to end the war in Yemen after the coup. of the Houthis against the power and military intervention of …

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Passionate mother of transgender people in India

Prema Chowallur was destined to become a teacher like her Catholic parents. She ended up becoming a social worker and champion for the rights of transgender people, one of the most marginalized groups in India. Originally from the state of Kerala in southern India, she developed a strong vocation to …

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Rumors derail vaccination campaign in rural Bihar | Patna News

PATNA: Despite the government’s efforts to raise awareness of the importance of vaccination in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, many myths and misunderstandings circulating on social networks have severely affected the vaccination campaign in rural areas from Bihar. People are reluctant to get vaccinated and also attack doctors and …

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Building a world capable of COVID

Practices which are now considered routine were prompted by our drastic behavior change in the past to curb the spread of infection and even plague. We need to start building our Covid capable world. The pervasive fear of a third wave exists when the second wave wanes. We have been …

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Operation Blue Star in India: a tragic memory

‘Operation Blue Star’ was an Indian military operation that took place from June 3 to 8, 1984, ordered by the then Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi, to take control of the Harmandir Sahib (Golden Temple) complex, the holiest Sikh shrine in Amritsar, Punjab; and to arrest Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and his …

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QAnon’s conspiracy theories infect American churches

QAnon conspiracy theories have gotten so deep into American churches that pastors are expressing concern – and a new poll shows false teachings have become as prevalent as some denominations. Why is this important: The problem with misinformation and misinformation is that people – a lot of people – believe …

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Two cases of sacrilege reported in Moga, Bathinda

Two cases of sacrilege of sacred religious texts have been reported in Moga and Bathinda districts, police said on Friday. In the first case, Moga police arrested Ram Singh from Jhanduke village, Mansa, for allegedly committing sacrilege of the Sikh holy text Sri Gutka Sahib at Sukhanand village in the …

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Seva company helps patients with COVID-19

Hyderabad (Telangana) [India], May 27 (ANI): Amid the current medical oxygen crisis for COVID treatment, young people from a Sikh Seva society have stepped forward to help the needy with vital gas to those receiving treatment in isolation at home in Hyderabad. These young boys are helping the needy who …

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What is Sikhism? | 10tv.com

“People really noticed me at the airport and on the plane, didn’t they? It stands out. At the same time, people don’t know who we are. “ Members of the world’s fifth largest religion stand out in the United States. BAsk who the ut Sikhs are and what they believe …

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Bodek culture vs. the dignity of public service

Who do we blame for the bloated and deteriorating government bureaucracy in Malaysia? What explains our “bodek” culture? Is there any hope that we can fix things? Our government bureaucracy is a vast presence that touches all Malaysians in almost every aspect of our life, except perhaps in the bedroom. …

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A side view of the political saga in 1996-1999

Given the rich tradition of political leadership at the national and state level, it is ironic that political leadership, as a subject, has remained under-studied in India’s politics and economics, so that the study of parties, the party system and elections receives a lot of attention. Much of this can …

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WEATHER FORECAST FOR ROBS PART 1 10PM 5-18-2021

The week CNN won’t discipline Chris Cuomo for strategic calls with brother’s staff over sexual harassment scandal CNN admits that it was “inappropriate” for its presenter Chris Cuomo to advise his brother, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (R), on how to handle his sexual harassment scandal. The CNN host took …

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3-year-old boy in critical condition after shooting Bowie

The week Liz Cheney’s main challenger describes impregnating 14-year-old to 18-year-old girl as ‘like the story of Romeo and Juliet’ In what he called a “Romeo and Juliet Story,” United States House candidate and Wyoming State Senator Anthony Bouchard revealed Thursday night that he had “had a relationship and impregnated …

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What is Sikhism? | wusa9.com

“People have really noticed me at an airport or on a plane, haven’t they? We are noticeable. And at the same time, people have no idea who we are. Members of the fifth largest religion in the world stand out in America. But ask who are the sikhs and what …

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Israel’s indignation against Al Aqsa

The new spike in violence and oppression in Palestine by the State of Israel should stimulate deep thinking in all Muslim-majority countries, not more than in Pakistan. The Palestine-Israel issue is not exclusively a religious war, and many may argue that it is illuminated by religion only at the periphery …

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The credibility crisis in public health

Since the early days of COVID-19, public health experts are often wrong and unreliable. “Trust the science” now sounds like a sarcastic joke. People want to know how long the locks will last and the various mask requirements. When, or even if, they will get a vaccine. What about vaccine …

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Guru Gobind blessed Muslim-dominated Malerkotla abundantly after Nawab protested the execution of Guru’s sons

Malerkotla, the newly sculpted district of Punjab sent shockwaves through Uttar Pradesh, its chief minister Yogi Adityanath calling Captain Amarinder’s decision a “source of division.” It is the Malerkotla closest to communal politics, for even at the height of Partition’s communal violence, Malerkotla challenged the mainstream violence. PEACEFUL PAST At …

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Idealize others in romantic love

This is the second part of a series. Read part 1 here. A “Big O” is a person, an Other, who generates in us a strong emotion and a strong attachment constraint. They are different from the others (little o’s) who don’t. We can be “in love” with all kinds …

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Hindutva is the awakened culture of India

Hindutva is the awakened Indian culture. This may seem like an odd statement to make because a) Revival has a specific post-war American civil rights background and some have argued for a deeper causal link with Puritan Protestantism which roots it even further back, and b) it is a resolutely …

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Rahul Gandhi, Prashant Kishor On the Center’s push for positivity, Prashant Kishor calls it propaganda

Rahul Gandhi called it “putting your head in the sand” and a betrayal of the citizens. Strong points Strong reactions follow reports of new government strategy Prashant Kishor called it “disgusting” to push “propaganda” Union ministers tweeted about government efforts amid pandemic New Delhi: The government’s mega-push for ‘positivity’ to …

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Nuggets on the Optimism of Spiritual Gurus | Lucknow News

LUCKNOW: To keep people motivated during the pandemic, the Covid Response Team (CRT) has launched a five-day lecture series, “Unlimited Positivity”. It started on Tuesday, with spiritual guru Sadguru Jaggi Vasudev and Jain Munishree Pramansagar urging people to stay positive in the time of Covid. On Wednesday, spiritual guru Sri …

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