Religion

Enlightening perspective to Mahashivratri: Sadhguru and followers to stay awake the whole night like our Jawans do

Giving an enlightened perspective to Mahashivratri, Isha foundation founder Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev connected with people with a message that ‘Staying awake and alert the whole night may be a new concept for you. But not for our brave jawans! This Mahashivratri night let us stay awake and meditate for eliminating the enemy within.’..

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Sangam witnessing the last dip of the Kumbh Mela at Prayagraj

The Sangam is witnessing the last dip of the Kumbh Mela on the occasion of Mahashivratri at Prayagraj in Uttar Pradesh today. The day symbolises the last holy bath of the Kalpvasis and is directly related to Lord Shiva...

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JeM and Jamiyat: Two organizations one philosophy

What is common between the Jihiadi Islam and Deobandi Islam? Here the author tries to explain the common ideological base of these two schools of Islam...

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Triple Talaq Act is not a commodity, nor are women doormats

Where the conscious intellectuals like those award-wapsi groups are in the country now? Why is the media holding back from denouncing the perpetuation of the baneful practice?..

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Basant Panchami Shahi Snan: Around two crore devotees take holy dip at Kumbh Mela

The festival of Basant Panchmi was celebrated on Sunday with whole enthusiasm, spirituality and positivity. It is celebrated as Saraswati Puja on Panchmi of Shukla Paksh in the month of Magh. On the occasion, around two crore devotees took a holy dip during the third and final Shahi Snan at the Kumbh Mela in Prayagraj...

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Cancer drug to destroy tumors from inside shows promising results

Scientists have confirmed that a novel cancer drug which acts as a 'Trojan horse' to destroy tumors from the inside has shown promising results across six different forms of the deadly disease...

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UN too had denounced Vatican for allowing priests to abuse children

The 2014 UN report denounced the Vatican for allowing priests to rape children and demanded that the Vatican “immediately remove” all clergy who are known or suspected child abusers...

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Second Shahi Snan underway at Kumbh in Prayagraj

The Holy bathing of faith and belief at Mauni Amavasya Parv that begun very early this morning at Sangam at Kumbh Mela, Prayagraj in Uttar Pradesh continues peacefully...

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Calling Sabarimala a wrecked conspiracy, Dharma Sansad proclaims struggle to save Hindu tradition and belief in Sabarimala

Hindu Society has always been a target by the Islamic, church and communist forces who are always working towards creating disunity in the Hindu society. Now some political parties and other organisations too have joined the bandwagon. Their modus operandi shows that they want to spread unrest in the Country...

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Kumbh contributes to infrastructure Development at Prayagraj City

Kumbh and Mahakumbh have always proved very significant contributors to the Prayagraj district in terms of infrastructure development and growth in civic amenities. But this year Prayagraj Kumbh has changed the face of entire city and suburbs. Investment of crores for the infrastructure development in the town by Prayagraj Development Authority has not only widened most of the roads particularly Sangam, Public places and historical buildings bound roads but has also beautified most of the squares...

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From forceful conversion to silent persecutions, displaced Hindu from Pakistan asks ‘who am I?’

Highlighting atrocities of Hindu minority, a documentary by Prakash Jha ‘Who am I?’ rightly targets the plight of displaced Hindus from Pakistan. Forced conversion to Islam, especially targeting young girls have led tremendous fear among the people who are going through ‘silent’ religious persecution in Pakistan. The issue is big, as Hindu community of Pakistan, has been subjected to the gravest human rights violations in Pakistan and deprivation of basic amenities and lack of support...

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Know the weather during Kumbh Mela via these stations

If you are the one who is going to visit Kumbh Mela which is going to be held from January 15 then you will be safe from weather side as a special weather service for Kumbh Mela has been launched...

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Levelling up Prayagraj at an unparallel grandeur, pilgrims to witness ‘Kumbh Mela’ like never before..!! Know what’s new

Levelling up the preparations for one of the largest religious gatherings in the world ‘the Kumbh Mela’, Yogi Sarkar this year gears up to replicate the mela by spreading over an area of 45 km. From using artificial intelligence to building the largest temporary city in the world, here's how Prayagraj is gearing up for Kumbh Mela 2019...

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Gujarat drives out Karuna Abhiyan to save birds from manja injuries during Uttarayan

In order to reduce the bird injuries during the Uttarayan (Makar Sankranti) festival, the state government has appealed to the citizens to cooperate to save birds from 'manja' injuries. The government-run Karuna Abhiyan drive, which will be on from today to January 20, calls on people to rescue injured birds; control rooms will be put up in different cities and towns to resuscitate rescued birds...

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Menstrual Hygiene Scheme to spread awareness among adolescent girls

In a written reply in the Lok Sabha Friday, the Minister of State (Health and Family Welfare), Ashwini Kumar Choubey emphasised on Government of India supporting the Menstrual Hygiene Scheme. To address the need of menstrual hygiene among adolescent girls residing primarily in rural areas, this scheme provides funds to States or UTs through National Health Mission for decentralized procurement of sanitary napkins packs for provision primarily to rural adolescent girls at subsidized rates as per proposals ..

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Sabarimala issue for Dummies

Sabarimala devotion is holding Kerala Hindus together, where there is no caste or any other discrimination. They know the day they can break Hindu faith, Breaking India forces can have a free run, like it was done in Kashmir valley...

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Gujarat to get AIIMS, and the location is Rajkot

In one more gift to Gujarat by Prime Minister Narendra Modi led government in Centre, the State is going to get All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel who is also Health minister today in his briefing here said AIIMS will come up at Rajkot. He said once the land (near Khandheri stadium) which is already identified is allotted by district collector of Rajkot, tendering process for AIIMS will begin. AIIMS in Gujarat will have 800 to the 1,000-bed hospital ..

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The story of Sahibzada Zorawar Singh and Sahibzada Fateh Singh

Some acts and deeds are so profound that they change the course of history! One such is the martyrdom of the two younger sons of the tenth master of the Sikhs, Guru Gobind Singh Ji! The young and innocent boys, Sahibzada (Prince) Zorawar Singh and Sahibzada Fateh Singh attained martyrdom on 26, December, 1705, when they were brutally murdered by Wazir Khan the Mughal Governor of Sirhind. ..

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Virtual reality tumors could help lead to new cancer treatments

Doctors have a new weapon in the fight against cancer: detailed maps of the cells in a tumor that can be explored and analyzed in a virtual reality simulation that its creators say provides researchers with an intuitive new way to examine complex medical data that could lead to unexpected breakthroughs...

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A vacation from work could be a lifesaver

The next time you feel stressed at work and need to get away from it all, it might be a good idea to act on your intuition and book travel tickets for an extended break. A new study, published in the Journal of Nutrition, Health, and Aging, suggests there is a link between taking longer holidays and mortality rate...

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Swaminarayan Sansthan manages to transform 30 years old church into a Hindu temple

A 30-year-old church has recently been transformed into a Hindu temple in the Portsmouth, Virginia in the United States. The Swaminarayan Sansthan who has made this miracle happen will conduct the Pran-Prastistha or consecration ceremony for the idols once the church is restored as a temple. ..

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Over 2 rore children in Maharashtra given measles-rubella vaccine

This campaign began on November 27 with a target of vaccinating 10 lakh children daily and the health machinery is trying its best to complete the target. Currently, this campaign is being carried out in 94000 schools in the state and within a period of a month 2.10 crore children were given the vaccine, the Health Minister said...

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Junk food diet raises depression risk: Study

A diet of fast food, cakes and processed meat may significantly increase risk of depression.The study by a University in UK found that eating foods which are known to promote inflammation such as those high in cholesterol, saturated fats and carbohydrates puts people at 40 per cent higher risk of depression...

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#GitaJayanti: 700 Shlokas act as a Spiritual guide to humanity

Srimad Bhagavad Gita is the ultimate guide to humanity through the philosophy of – Karma – Selfless Work but also the base of the whole universe. Today is Gita Jayanti, the day on which the Bhagavad Gita was revealed is celebrated as the Gita Jayanti festival. This day is the 11th day of the waxing moon of the Mārgashīrṣha month of the Hindu calendar..

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Love, kindness, compassion and tolerance are qualities common to all...

Dalai Lama..

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Intolerance will fizzle out shortly, says Pranab Mukherjee

Intolerance in India is a temporary phase. Mukherjee cites a 5,000 year history of peaceful coexistence and assimilation...

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Muslims demand temple for Imam-E-Hind Sri Ram at his birth place Ayodhya

Making it a historic event in post-independent India, Muslims from all states gathered at Jantar-Mantar in New Delhi on Sunday to take the vow to support the construction of a temple for Sri Ram at his birthplace in Ayodhya...

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Sabarimala: Lord at the Mercy of Lordship

When faith gets pitted against the Constitution, one is bound to ask that if such a situation has aroused by choice or chance. The Sabarimala Temple in the state of Kerala has been at the eye of the storm that has torn the social fabric of the state. The recent Supreme Court judgement has changed the long-standing tradition of allowing only women below 10 and above 50 years to visit the shrine in the dense forests, at the Periyar Tiger Reserve. ..

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Exhibiting strong concern over sweating situations, Meghalaya HC says India should have been declared as Hindu nation

“Pakistan declared themselves as an Islamic country and India since was divided on the basis of religion should have also been declared as a Hindu country but it remained as a secular country,” says Meghalaya High Court while hearing a case of refusal to issue domicile certificate to person by the Meghalaya government...

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Pope sacks Cuddapah Bishop for secretly marrying, having child

Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of an Indian Bishop guilty of violating the celibacy vow and getting married and having a child also. Prasad Gallela, the Bishop of Cuddapah in Andhra Pradesh has fallen out of the grace of the Roman Catholic Pontiff for violating the celibacy vow...

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Pave way for human rights of Dalit, Tribal Christians: PCML tells Church

On the occasion of the International Human Rights Day the Poor Christians Liberation Movement (PCLM) has asked the Church authorities to pave way for human rights of Christians of Dalit and tribal origin...

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VHP strikes on point; says, "Stop protecting cow killers and maligning Hindu organisations"

Vishwa Hindu Parishad has termed Monday’s incident of Bulandshahar, which resulted in the deaths of Inspector Subodh and Sumit, a youth from the village, as highly unfortunate. In his statement on Wednesday, Dr Surendra Jain, Jt General Secretary of VHP said, there can be no place for murder in any democracy but the way in which a section of the media has tried to blame a certain ideology for the unfortunate incident, without ascertaining the facts, is highly inappropriate. VHP strongly condemns this ..

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The first ever kidney delivered by drone was a flying success

Drone delivery really only seems practical for two things: take-out and organ transplants. Both are relatively light and also extremely time-sensitive. Well, experiments in flying a kidney around Baltimore in a refrigerated box have yielded positive results — which also seems promising for getting your pad thai to you in good kit...

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The Purity and Control over the Thoughts and Beliefs is the bridge to Success…

Swami Ramdev..

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Hindutva: A Silver Bullet for world peace volume 1

A major step towards achieving a globalized world was taken when the world powers conceived the Idea of ‘The League of Nations'. The journey, henceforth, to the formulation of a global platform under the aegis of United Nations had been a major achievement in this direction. The situations under which the General assembly and the Security Council were fashioned once have drastically changed and somewhere the present dexterity of the UN needs a fresh change to cope up with the changing scenario. The ..

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NCW slams church for glorifying accused Bishop in Kerala nun rape case

The National Commission for Women (NCW) levelled accusation against the Catholic Church for ‘glorifying’ the accused bishop of Jalandhar Bishop Franco Mullakal in a Kerala nun rape case...

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JeM chief Masood Azhar's video on the construction of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya won't threaten the strong united India

Vocalising hate against India, terrorist Masood Azhar has released a tape issuing threats over building the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya. Adhering to his fundamentalism, the Pakistani terrorist has attempted to create a fake fear over the Babri Masjid-Ram Mandir dispute...

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#WorldAidsDay: Not just a hashtag but a pledge to eradicate AIDS cases in 12 years

Today is World AIDS Day. The idea to set aside a day for AIDS was first conceived in 1987 after the virus that causes AIDS was first detected in 1986 in India. The WHO in 1988 declared December, 1 every year as World AIDS Day. The day is being observed worldwide to raise awareness, educate and inform people on ways of preventing the disease...

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Compensation formula for faulty hip implant patients approved by Health ministry

The Union Health and Family Welfare department has approved the formula of determination of compensation to patients who had received faulty hip implants prior to August 2010...

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Kerala govt favours 2 Days exclusively for women at Sabarimala Temple

The Kerala government is in favour of keeping two days exclusively for women pilgrims to offer prayers at the Sabarimala temple, a law officer of the state government told the High Court on Friday...

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New twist in killing of American preacher in Andaman Islands

The incident of killing of an American missionary John Allen Chau in last week in the North Sentinel Island in Andaman and Nicobar Islands has got a new twist with the exposure of religious conversion angle...

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Guru Nanak Dev- Greatest reformer of medieval Bharat

Today is the 550th birth anniversary of great savant Guru Nanak Dev ji. He gave the mantra of unity and homogeneity to the people. ..

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Puja for the spiritualism, not for vulgar entertainment

The pathway to devotion and spiritualism should not be “desecrated” by the blot of the brazen entertainment. The scriptures logically explain why it is antithetical, and its adverse consequences...

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Chardham Yatra ends after closure of Badrinath temple gates for winters

The portals of Uttarakhand's Badrinath Shrine have been closed for winter season amid chants and hymns on today evening. The shrine has been decorated with flowers for the closing ceremony which will be witnessed by a large number of devotees gathered for the occasion from India and abroad...

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New Prescription by doctors in Scotland: Be with ‘Nature’ thrice a day and you will be fine

Since October, doctors in Shetland, Scotland have been authorized to prescribe nature to their patients. It's thought to be the first program of its kind in the U.K. and seeks to reduce blood pressure, anxiety, and increase happiness for those with diabetes, a mental illness, stress, heart disease, and more...

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Thanks Ayushman Bharat! Now pregnant women will deliver babies in Dehradun private hospitals with zero cost

Dehradun and surrounding pregnant women will now be able to deliver the child free of cost even in private hospitals. The Health Department has prepared the work plan for this...

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Dalit Christians caught in the Church vortex

The Christians all over India observed November 11 as “Dalit Liberation Sunday” (DLS) with an avowed aim of bringing the Dalit Christians at par with the ‘Dalit Hindus’ in matters of economic and social equality...

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MRM launches third Parivar Sulah Kendra in U’khand

The Muslim Rashtriya Manch (MRM) on Friday launched the third Parivar Sulah Kendra or Family Disputes Redressal Centre here. Indresh Kumar, MRM Patron and senior RSS functionary formally launched the centre during his visit to Dehradun on Friday...

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US: Empire State Building lights up in orange to celebrate Diwali for the first time

For the first time, the iconic Empire State Building in New York City was lit orange in celebration of Diwali. The world famous structure turned orange last night as Indians across the world celebrated the festival of lights...

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PM Modi celebrates Diwali with those who sacrifice their own, but lighten everyone’s Diwali

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, today celebrated Diwali with jawans of the Indian Army and ITBP, at Harsil, one of the remotest border posts in Uttarakhand. Greeting the jawans on the occasion, the Prime Minister said that their devotion to duty in the remote icy heights, is enabling the strength of the nation, and securing the future and the dreams of 125 crore Indians...

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Shubh Diwali: Nation embraces into the golden spirit of #Diwali; PM Modi to celebrate Diwali with Jawans

Festival of lights Diwali is being celebrated across the country with traditional fervour and gaiety today. The festival, which marks the victory of good over evil, is celebrated by lighting up houses, temples and other public places. People also worship the Goddess of wealth Lakshmi on the occasion...

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Centre sends health experts to Madhya Pradesh to verify reports of Zika infection

The Union Health Ministry has sent a team of experts to Madhya Pradesh to verify reports of Zika virus cases in the state, on Thursday. A team from the National Centre for Disease Control and the Emergency Medical Response was dispatched after local authorities said three people had tested positive for the virus...

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Ten days, Dubai to be with India; will celebrate Diwali with enthusiasm and excitement

Excitement is escalating day by day as our festival of joy, lights, sweets Diwali is approaching nearer. The excitement is not bound to Indian borders, the whole world celebrates Diwali. This will be seen in Dubai as well. Al Seef, the waterfront promenade by Meraas that is rooted in Dubai’s culture and heritage, will join hands with the Dubai Festivals & Retail Establishment, an agency of the Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM), Dubai Police and the Consulate General of India for ..

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Gujarat watchful following detection of Zika virus infection

Gujarat health machinery is vigilant following the detection of Zika virus infection. Principal Secretary of State Health Department and Health commissioner Jayanti Ravi said that one case of Zika virus infection has been reported and the patient has been cured...

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Sabarimala is not a circus arena

I daresay, the non-spiritual lawyers hardly know about the “DNA of faith” and its significance in the pursuit of GOD. Faith, in fact, is a far “subtler” subject which can’t be touched, felt and analyzed with the hammer and tongs of court’s jurisprudence...

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European Court sweats off cutting risky rope, cites defaming prophet Muhammad is not a 'free expression'

Defaming the Prophet Muhammad “goes beyond the permissible limits of an objective debate" and "could stir up prejudice and put at risk religious peace” and thus exceeds the permissible limits of freedom of expression, ruled the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) on Thursday, upholding a lower court decision...

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A new test can screen for every bacteria that causes disease in humans

More than 300 types of bacteria can cause diseases in humans. Now we finally have a way to screen for them all at once. Today’s most advanced platforms for bacteria screening can only look for signs of 19 types of bacteria in a sample. Now, researchers at Columbia University say they’ve come up with a new system that can screen for all 307 types that are known to cause diseases in humans simultaneously — and it could prove to be a powerful weapon in the global battle against antibiotic resistance...

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Christian organisation chief demands probe into death of Fr Kuriakose

President of Poor Christian Liberation Movement (PCLM) R L Francis has demanded an inquiry into the mysterious death of Father Kuriakose Kattuthara, a key witness in the rape case against Bishop Franco Mulakkal. Father Kuriakose was found dead in Punjab's Jalandhar today...

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Hajj pilgrimage opens digital gate; Online application begins, register now!

Announcing dates and schedule for Hajj 2019, Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi slated the dates for online application process to commence from October 18, Thursday. The Union Minister also noted that the offline application process will start from October 22, 2018. ..

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Gujarat issues alert in the wake of rise in Zika Virus cases in Rajasthan

The Gujarat government has issued special alerts in view of the cases of Zika Virus spread in neighboring state Rajasthan. An official of the Health Department said that people with symptoms of fever, such as those coming from Rajasthan and due to Zika virus infection will be looked at and medical teams will be deployed at the airport, bus stations and railway stations for their identification...

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Sugar pills can help tiny robots navigate your body

By 2030 we’ll all have armies of microscopic robots flowing through our bodies, diagnosing diseases and delivering drug treatments where needed...

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The Sins of the Believers

The controversies that surround the church fraternity are often deliberately ignored and the recent Nun Rape case is a standing testimony for that. In the state of Kerala alone, dozens of such cases had been reported in the past where the church had in several instances tried to buy the silence of victims. ..

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Let's celebrate this Navratri with a vow of respecting feminine power, victory over evil

The festival of Navratri, which marks the worship of Goddess Durga, began today with religious fervour and gaiety. Devotees thronged temples from early this morning to offer their prayers to the Goddess. On the first day of Navaratri, Devi Durga is worshipped as Shailaputri...

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Running away from any problem only increases the distance from the solution…

Gaur Gopal Das..

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Priests sex abuse scandals dent Pope Francis popularity in US

The sexual abuse scandal has undermined Pope Francis’ once-soaring popularity in the United States, with a poll released on Tuesday showing that support for the pontiff has dropped precipitously among Americans, according to New York Times...

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Hinduism should not be viewed through the narrow prism of Marxism

Tarnishing the image of Hinduism is the main goal of the Mainstream Media (MSM) and the intellectuals who view at it from Western angles...

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Kerala women too protest SC verdict on Sabarimala entry

Ironically though, thousands of women and men on Tuesday marched in protest of the Supreme Court verdict removing the age restrictions and allowing entry to all the female devotees at the Sabarimala Temple in the state...

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Frightening Franco Fiasco

The blitzkrieg that has hit the Catholic Church in India over the last couple of months could verily use another set of three Fs – the ‘Frightening Franco Fiasco’. It is frightening because of the incalculable harm, and in some cases, irreparable loss, to the otherwise “goody” image of the Catholic Church in India. It was a fiasco because of the fumbling, bumbling silence of the CBCI and the Papal Nuncio in India...

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SC opens gates of Sabarimala Temple for women

The Supreme Court today paved the way for the entry of women of all ages into the Ayyappa temple at Sabarimala in Kerala. The five-judge constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra, in its 4:1 verdict, said banning the entry of women into the shrine is gender discrimination and the practice violates rights of Hindu women. It said religion is a way of life basically to link life with divinity...

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Disturbed with news of conversion, this bureaucrat goes on mission ‘ghar wapasi’

Senior IAS officer R S Pandey, a bureaucrat posted as Deputy Director General in the Ministry of Commerce, has taken up this mission to bring those converted families back to their ancestral religion...

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PM Modi brings medical gifts for the nation; cuts ribbon of Ayushman Bharat at Ranchi

PM Narendra Modi on Sunday cut the ribbon for one of the biggest health insurance schemes, Ayushman Bharat - Pradhan Mantri Jan ArogyaYojana. Along with this PM Modi unveiled plaques to lay the Foundation Stone for medical colleges at Chaibasa and Koderma. He also inaugurated 10 Health and Wellness Centres...

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Outer peace is possible only when there is inner peace & the way to create inner peace is through meditation & an attitude of service…

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar..

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When honored, being grateful is the best gesture! Expressing gratitude Anganwadi workers meet PM Modi for doubling their incentive

Expressing gratitude and happiness, a group of 100 Anganwadi workers called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his decision on the recent announcement of increase in honorarium and other incentives. Minister of Women and Child Development Maneka Gandhi was also present at the event. ..

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Strengthened health sector in India leads reduction of 4 percent in death of children below the age of five

Children are the future of the country but they are also very delicate. The children aged below five are volatile to various diseases that cause death too. However, India is moving ahead and is protecting these small children very effectively with the strengthened health sector. The strengthened health sector in India has led steady reduction in death of children below the age of five by 4 percent in last five years...

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We think that happiness is like some kind of commodity... No, when your life comes to ease, happiness is a natural consequence…

Sadhguru..

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Over 80% decline in estimated new AIDS infection cases since 1995 in India: Report

There has been more than 80 percent decline in estimated new HIV infection cases in the country since its peak in 1995. This was disclosed in the HIV Estimations 2017 report released by the National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO) in New Delhi on Friday...

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गणपती आग्मन सोहळा! This Ganesh Chaturthi seek blessings from these eco-friendly Ganpati idols

Celebrated on a grand scale in Mumbai and Pune, joy knows no bounds for the devotees. In 2018, Ganesh Chaturthi will begin on September 13 lighting up the streets brightly, people visit several pandals throughout the city, and many also bring Ganpati idols to their humble abode. This year like always there are several pandals that will bring Ganpati Bappa idols to their abode but with a twist. This Ganeshotsav let’s welcome eco-friendly Ganpati Bappa with a message to save the environment...

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New Cancer Vaccine showed to be 100% effective in mice with aggressive melanoma

A new cancer vaccine involving an immunotherapy drug and a chemical that boosts its efficacy has just shown a 100% success rate in treating melanoma in mice, according to a new study...

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Pradhan Mantri Arogya Yojana adds one more disease in treatment list: Child Cancer

One of the beneficial schemes for the country, Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana has spread its roots further as treatment of childhood cancer will be covered the scheme. NITI Aayog member Dr. Vinod Kumar Paul said the rate in this regard has been fixed. Dr. Paul said the scheme will provide health insurance cover of five lakh rupees to poor families. He said below Poverty Line (BPL) and lower-middle-class families will benefit from it...

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HINDUTVA: SECULARISM OR COMMUNALISM

As 2019 approaches, Nehruvians and Left-liberals are ganging up to engage the educated mind in unproductive debates of islamophobia, Hindu militancy and to the extent of seeding young minds with fear of a imaginary Hindu Pakistan in the making at the behest of RSS and BJP. But, let us take this accusation of Hindu Pakistan further and for the sake of argument let us try to understand what this Hindu Pakistan would look like if anything of such kind ever could exist and before that let’s try to understand ..

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Stage set for 2nd World Hindu Congress, Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu, RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat to grace mega event

The City of Chicago is all set to witness the much celebrated World Hindu Congress (WHC) beginning from September 7. During this three-day international convention, leaders from different walks of life will deliberate on the issues pertaining to the welfare of world’s largest community...

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1.5 lakh health and wellness centres to be set up under Ayushman Bharat

India to lay carpet for nearly 1.5 lakh health centers which will take Ayushman Bharat Scheme which us one of the biggest healthcare schemes of the world a step ahead. Home Minister Rajnath Singh has said the government is providing affordable health care and universal health cover to the people of the country...

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Celebrated with great enthusiasm and fervor, India marks Janmashtami encouraging goodwill and generosity

“In one of the paragraphs of the Bhagavad Gita, Krishna says that whenever there is be a predominance of evil and decline of religion, he will reincarnate to destroy the evil and let the good take over.” Celebrated with great fervor in India and abroad, Janmashtami is one most celebrated and renowned festival among the Hindus. The main significance of Janmashtami is to promote goodwill as it is to knock down evil intentions. ..

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Knowledge is a combination of facts and concepts. Facts are not concepts.You can measure facts, not concepts…

Devdutt Pattanaik..

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Jain Monk Tarun Sagar passes away at 51; Prez Kovind, PM Modi condoles

Jain Monk Tarun Sagar passed away on Saturday after a prolonged illness at the age of 51 years. Tarun Sagar took his last breathe at around 3 AM on Saturday at Radhapuri Jain temple in east Delhi’s Krishna Nagar area...

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Jharkhand Baby Farms-Flourishing brazen Industry of commercial baby rearing

PRIYA S dwells into the flourishing business of baby selling involving nuns of Missionaries of Charity in Jharkhand...

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Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana gets logo

Giving power point presentation on 'Ayushman Bharat, the Health Minister JP Nadda said that work is very much on track to launch the flagship health insurance scheme on Septemeber 25, on the birth anniversary of Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya...

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Appreciating a positive gesture, these Eid celebration pictures give an eco-friendly message to the Muslim Community

On Wednesday the Muslim Community celebrated Eid al Adha where millions of goats were sacrificed as a ritual among them. But some of the Muslims adopted a different way to celebrate the Eid and with a tag of eco-friendly Eid without harming any animal. This gesture is very appreciable as it not only saves animals’ lives but it spreads the message of keeping the animal safe and a good example for future generations too...

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Eid- al Ecofriendly: Take a knife and cut a cake rather than goat

Today on the occasion of Eid-al Adha or popularly known as Bakri Eid, we see thousands of goats get sacrificed for the feasts. But the people of Lucknow have proved that even the Bakri Eid can be celebrated in an eco-friendly manner. Rather than cutting the goat, people over there had cut a cake which had a picture of a goat. With this deed, the Muslims over there neither hurt their sentiments nor cut any animal...

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With abating rainfall in Kerala, Centre races to avert outbreak of disease due to flood

As rainfall in Kerala recedes and with people moving back to pavilion, the fear of outbreak situation is being duly monitored on a daily basis and the strategic Health Operation Centre has been activated. Until now there has been no outbreak of communicable disease in the state. ..

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Sins of Catholic clerics: Over 300 priests, bishops accused of child sex abuse; victims more than 1,000 throughout US

The sins of priests and Bishops are coming out one after the other. These priests and Bishops are committing serious crimes including sexual assault, blackmailing etc rather serving the message of ‘God’ to the people. The shocking exposition this time comes from Pennsylvania, United States where at least 300 priests are accused of child sex abuse by more than 1,000 victims throughout the country...

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#DigitalIndia on religious path; now book darshan, ritual timing for Kashi Vishwanath Temple

Taking a Digital India Mission a further step ahead, the Kashi Vishwanath Temple in Uttar Pradesh has initiated a single window system from today for devotees. From now on any devotee can do advance booking of rituals related to Lord Shiva...

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Despite OPEN and CLOSE being opposite words, we only OPEN our hearts to someone CLOSE to us...

Gaur Gopal Das ..

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Sisters! Tie these Rakhis on your brothers’ wrist and indirectly to environment

Hey Sisters! This year tie Rakhis on your brothers’ wrist which will be indirectly to the environment as we have eco friendly Rakhis. Eco-friendly Rakhis are being sold by TRIFED, an autonomous organisation under Ministry of Tribal Affairs...

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Jharkhand’s Central Hospital to be soon under Labour Welfare Organisation; paves way for setting up new Medical College

The Central Hospital at Karma of Jharkhand will be soon transferred under the Ministry of Labour & Employment along with its land and building to the Jharkhand Government free of cost to establish a new Medical College under the Centrally Sponsored Scheme (CSS) for Establishment of Medical Colleges attached with Existing District / Referral Hospitals and cater to the health needs of the people in the region...

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Did the Church leaders unknowingly expose Karunanidhi’s active role in dissemination of Christianity ?

The Church leaders have unreservedly mourned the death of Karunanidhi. The Church and Christian leaders are not so univocal. On such sentimental issues, their responses are customarily very much formal or official. But in the case of expressing about the death of Kalaignar, their mourning is visible when they say: “Karunanidhi's death is a big loss to religious minorities and other oppressed groups like Dalits.”..

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Hinduism should not be viewed through the narrow prism of Marxism

Tarnishing the image of Hinduism is their main goal. Not unexpectedly, some stories even proclaim that in India “women” are thus demonized and their menstruation is abhorred...

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List of measures taken to ensure quality of generic medicines at affordable prices: Read here

To ensure the quality of generic medicines at affordable prices in the country, Minister Mansukh Mandaviya listed the number of measures taken by the government on Tuesday. In a written reply to Lok Sabha, Minister Mansukh Mandaviya stated that drugs manufactured in the country, irrespective of whether branded or generic, are required to comply with the same standards as prescribed in the Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940 and Rules made thereunder for their quality...

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At least 809 complaints of advertisements pertaining to Ayush, herbal medicines or products received in last three years

Around 809 complaints of advertisements pertaining to Ayush and herbal medicines/products have been received during the last three years. This was said by AYUSH Minister Shripad Yesso Naik on Tuesday. In a written reply to Rajya Sabha, Minister Shripad Yesso Naik said that about 809 complaints of advertisements pertaining to Ayush and herbal medicines/products have been received during the period from April 2015 to March 2018...

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“100% coverage of Swachh Bharat Mission in Oct 2019, can avert up to 3 lakhs death” says WHO applauding India

Commending India for its efforts in shaping a country to look upon, the World Health Organization has lauded the very first mission under the leadership of PM Narendra Modi, the Swachh Bharat Mission. Lauding India’s commitment to augment coverage of safe sanitation services, WHO assumes “If 100% coverage is achieved by October 2019, could avert up to 3 lakhs deaths due to diarrheal disease and protein-energy malnutrition (PEM) since the country launched the Swachh Bharat Mission in 2014.”..

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