Monthly Archives: April 2008

Children: Treat them with Kindness

Treating Children With Kindness Adil Salahi, Arab News Children were always certain of kind treatment by the Prophet (peace be upon him). Whenever he saw a child, he received him/her with a smile and said some pleasant words, even when … Continue reading

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Between a rock and a hard place

An enlightening (and frustrating) article by P. Sainath. He is an authority on state of Indian agriculture, and has travelled extensively throughout the country, documenting the disgraceful mess created by this entity called “the Indian government”. One of the most … Continue reading

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Yoga to replace judo in Kremlin gym

This is an exciting and quite a significant news story, on the President of Russia practicing Yoga. If the story is to be believed, Russians emulate their Presidents, and thus Yoga is likely to find a large number of followers … Continue reading

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A faraway place called home

Another article which establishes our stand on Tibet and our outright rejection of the convoluted Tibet-policy of this current Indian government. http://www.indianexpress.com/story/297727.html ———————- Can exile ever be an apolitical condition, asks Tridip Suhrud Edward Said begins his reflections on exile … Continue reading

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Why Tibet Matters

This is a wonderful eye opening article, very well reasoned out for creating a much more radical Tibet policy by the Indian government – for reasons much beyond politics alone – and covering matters of India’s integrity and Spirituality. http://www.indianexpress.com/story/296828.html … Continue reading

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The truth of Tibet

Tibet and His Holiness Dalai Lama, has been maligned by the Chinese authorities. Here’s our attempt to collect some of good articles and stories revealing the truth behind Chinese occupation and cultural destruction of Tibet.

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UP:Education:3.5 lakh students bunk Hindi test in ‘ anti- English’ UP

3.5 lakh students bunk Hindi test in ‘ anti- English’ UP Absenteeism rises in Class X & XII board exams Strict Vigil against copying keeps students away   By Piyush Srivastava in Lucknow       IN AN irony of sorts, over … Continue reading

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Girls a calming effect on boys in co-ed schools

Girls a calming effect on boys in co-ed schools         CO-EDUCATIONAL institutions are better as the presence of girls in the classroom not only exerts a calming effect on boys but also makes them more mindful of their behaviour, … Continue reading

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Delhi Jal Board water wastage

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqyaYoEsML0&hl=en] An overflowing Vasant Kunj, Delhi Jal Board storage and distribution water tank. This is a regular feature, specifically post 11pm at night, when a particular batch among the night-shift staff probably get drunk and go off to sleep (the … Continue reading

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Brave Parents bring up a ‘Special Child’

              Can’t converse but 14-year-old Benzi expresses herself through music         A heart warming story brought to public knowledge by Medha Chaturvedi  TNN                   New Delhi: She’s only 14. But Benzy — named after a rare flower in Brazil which … Continue reading

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