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CBS News
Restoring eyesight with a simple, inexpensive surgeryblindness to Burma. Blindness and partial blindness are not epidemic here in t
CBS News / Posted 3 days ago
blindness to Burma. Blindness and partial blindness are not epidemic here in the U.S. but they are in certain parts of the world. Our story is about two doctors who decided to do something about it. And incredibly, to date, they've restored... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
The unwanted: Rohingya refugees in Bangladeshthis year. COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh (CNN) - Children with henna-painted hands p
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 3 days ago
this year. COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh (CNN) - Children with henna-painted hands play outside mud-walled hovels with damaged roofs in one of Bangladesh's biggest refugee camps. They're among 276,000 Rohingya people living in camps and informal... Read more
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KECI Missoula
The unwanted: Rohingya refugees in Bangladeshthis year. COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh (CNN) - Children with henna-painted hands p
KECI Missoula / Posted 3 days ago
this year. COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh (CNN) - Children with henna-painted hands play outside mud-walled hovels with damaged roofs in one of Bangladesh's biggest refugee camps. They're among 276,000 Rohingya people living in camps and informal... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
The unwanted: Rohingya refugees in Bangladeshthis year. COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh (CNN) - Children with henna-painted hands p
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 3 days ago
this year. COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh (CNN) - Children with henna-painted hands play outside mud-walled hovels with damaged roofs in one of Bangladesh's biggest refugee camps. They're among 276,000 Rohingya people living in camps and informal... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
The unwanted: Rohingya refugees in Bangladeshthis year. COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh (CNN) - Children with henna-painted hands p
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 3 days ago
this year. COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh (CNN) - Children with henna-painted hands play outside mud-walled hovels with damaged roofs in one of Bangladesh's biggest refugee camps. They're among 276,000 Rohingya people living in camps and informal... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
The unwanted: Rohingya refugees in Bangladeshthis year. COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh (CNN) - Children with henna-painted hands p
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 3 days ago
this year. COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh (CNN) - Children with henna-painted hands play outside mud-walled hovels with damaged roofs in one of Bangladesh's biggest refugee camps. They're among 276,000 Rohingya people living in camps and informal... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
A kerbside view of Thai politicsOn the day the doors of Phitsanulok Mansion were opened for Chalerm Changthongm
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 4 days ago
On the day the doors of Phitsanulok Mansion were opened for Chalerm Changthongmadan, he felt his existence was recognised for the first time in his life. Leader of the pack: Chalerm Chanthongmadan, middle, president of the Association of Motorcycle... Read more
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asianage
Kashmiri Pandits to knock PM door over reopening of ancient site in PoKdream” and are hopeful that the present dispensation at the Centre will not dis
asianage / Posted 5 days ago
dream” and are hopeful that the present dispensation at the Centre will not disappoint them. They want reopening of Sharda Peeth, a revered place of Kashmiri Hindus in Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir (PoK), for pilgrims from Jammu and Kashmir... Read more
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dna
Religious leaders harp on harmony in inter faith meetRepresentatives of various faiths today gave a call for peace and harmony and s
dna / Posted 6 days ago
Representatives of various faiths today gave a call for peace and harmony and stressed on the need for dialogue among them at an inter-faith meet at the American Center here. The meet took place on the occasion of inauguration of a photo exhibition... Read more
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The Hindu
Building solidarity beyond borders2013, Sri Lanka has been witnessing a spike in targeted attacks on the Muslim a
The Hindu / Posted 10 days ago
2013, Sri Lanka has been witnessing a spike in targeted attacks on the Muslim and Christian minorities by hard-line Sinhala-Buddhist groups. It began with a fringe organisation’s campaign against halal certification, forcing shops to stop selling... Read more
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Sabah Daily Express
Sacred relicsKota Kinabalu: SOME of the hundreds of people who turned up at the Tzer Ying te
Sabah Daily Express / Posted 11 days ago
Kota Kinabalu: SOME of the hundreds of people who turned up at the Tzer Ying temple in Bukit Padang, Kota Kinabalu, to pay homage to the 21 sacred relics of the Buddha and five of his disciples. It was the first time in Sabah that the sacred remains... Read more
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BBC News
Journey to the West: The endlessly remade Chinese folk taleNews Special Reports The Reporters Have Your Say As one of the greatest C
BBC News / Posted 15 days ago
News Special Reports The Reporters Have Your Say As one of the greatest Chinese fables is set to be retold yet again, in the form of a Netflix series, the BBC's Heather Chen looks... Read more
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WA Today
'No Dogs or Indians': Colonial Britain still rules at India's private clubsDelhi: "No dogs or Indians" used to be the sign outside British establishments
WA Today / Posted 15 days ago
Delhi: "No dogs or Indians" used to be the sign outside British establishments during the Raj and that was the first thought that struck Tailin Lyngdoh when she was removed from a club in the Indian capital last week for looking too much like a... Read more
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The Age
'No Dogs or Indians': Colonial Britain still rules at India's private clubsDelhi: "No dogs or Indians" used to be the sign outside British establishments
The Age / Posted 15 days ago
Delhi: "No dogs or Indians" used to be the sign outside British establishments during the Raj and that was the first thought that struck Tailin Lyngdoh when she was removed from a club in the Indian capital last week for looking too much like a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'No Dogs or Indians': Colonial Britain still rules at India's private clubsDelhi: "No dogs or Indians" used to be the sign outside British establishments
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 days ago
Delhi: "No dogs or Indians" used to be the sign outside British establishments during the Raj and that was the first thought that struck Tailin Lyngdoh when she was removed from a club in the Indian capital last week for looking too much like a... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Hermann Hesse: Revolt and Enlightenmentbirth anniversary we mark on 2 July, was born into a German Protestant missiona
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 16 days ago
birth anniversary we mark on 2 July, was born into a German Protestant missionary family which had worked particularly in India. His mother was born in India, and his maternal grandfather had translated Christian scriptures into Indian languages... Read more
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dna
At Sanchi Stupa in MP, history is set in stonedays the Satpuras and the Vindhyas will be green; dried-up channels and streams
dna / Posted 18 days ago
days the Satpuras and the Vindhyas will be green; dried-up channels and streams will come alive. The heavens washed clean of the dust, smoke and grime will turn azure again; the blue accentuated by the fluffy white cumulous clouds riding the... Read more
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Salon.com
India is on its way to becoming a Hindu nation, suppressing multiculturalismThis article originally appeared on As I write, about 150 Hindu groups meet in
Salon.com / Posted 18 days ago
This article originally appeared on As I write, about 150 Hindu groups meet in the unlikely spot of Goa, a popular international tourist destination, to discuss how their “common goal” of the creation of a “Hindu nation” (rashtra) can be achieved by... Read more
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Canberra Times
Myanmar to stand in way of UN investigation into violence against Muslimsgrant visas to three UN-backed experts responsible for investigating recent vio
Canberra Times / Posted 19 days ago
grant visas to three UN-backed experts responsible for investigating recent violence against Muslims in the predominantly Buddhist country, a move that threatens to further strain the government's relationship with the organisation. "If they are... Read more
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WA Today
Myanmar to stand in way of UN investigation into violence against Muslimsgrant visas to three UN-backed experts responsible for investigating recent vio
WA Today / Posted 19 days ago
grant visas to three UN-backed experts responsible for investigating recent violence against Muslims in the predominantly Buddhist country, a move that threatens to further strain the government's relationship with the organisation. "If they are... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Myanmar to stand in way of UN investigation into violence against Muslimsgrant visas to three UN-backed experts responsible for investigating recent vio
Brisbane Times / Posted 19 days ago
grant visas to three UN-backed experts responsible for investigating recent violence against Muslims in the predominantly Buddhist country, a move that threatens to further strain the government's relationship with the organisation. "If they are... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Myanmar to stand in way of UN investigation into violence against Muslimsgrant visas to three UN-backed experts responsible for investigating recent vio
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 days ago
grant visas to three UN-backed experts responsible for investigating recent violence against Muslims in the predominantly Buddhist country, a move that threatens to further strain the government's relationship with the organisation. "If they are... Read more
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The Age
Myanmar to stand in way of UN investigation into violence against Muslimsgrant visas to three UN-backed experts responsible for investigating recent vio
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
grant visas to three UN-backed experts responsible for investigating recent violence against Muslims in the predominantly Buddhist country, a move that threatens to further strain the government's relationship with the organisation. "If they are... Read more
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The Christian Post
Australia Census: Nearly One Third Identify as Having 'No Religion', Christians Drop by 36 PercentChristians Drop by 36 Percent Australia's 2016 census has been released, revea
The Christian Post / Posted 21 days ago
Christians Drop by 36 Percent Australia's 2016 census has been released, revealing for the first time that the number of people who identify as having "no religion" is steadily increasing. The number of people who identify as being Christian,... Read more
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The Christian Post
Movement Toward Dalit Emancipation in India Can't Be Halted, Bishop D'Souza Says The issue of India's discriminatory Hindu caste system in which hundreds of m
The Christian Post / Posted 22 days ago
The issue of India's discriminatory Hindu caste system in which hundreds of millions of people are oppressed second-class citizens is now "occupying center space" in... Read more
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The Hindu
Fascinating, contradictorygarden city has become more crowded and commercialized. But the people remain a
The Hindu / Posted 23 days ago
garden city has become more crowded and commercialized. But the people remain awesome as always.” The 53-year-old author of the internationally-acclaimed Ramayana series, turns to historical fiction with Ashoka Lion of Maurya (Westland). The... Read more
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The Hindu
Mandsaur, the farmers’ storyI remember years ago the Delhi School of Economics had many great scholars visi
The Hindu / Posted 26 days ago
I remember years ago the Delhi School of Economics had many great scholars visit the campus. They talked passionately and knowledgeably not just about the subject but about knowledge as a vocation. One of the most memorable of these performances was... Read more
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The Hindu
Limits of exclusivismThe recent no-confidence motion in Sri Lanka’s Northern Provincial Council (NPC
The Hindu / Posted 26 days ago
The recent no-confidence motion in Sri Lanka’s Northern Provincial Council (NPC) in Jaffna, moved by a section of the Council members against Chief Minister C.V. Wigneswaran, has brought the deep divide in Tamil nationalist politics to the fore. The... Read more
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Sabah Daily Express
Chance to see sacred relics of Buddha, disciples July 7-9 Kota Kinabalu: Twenty-one sacred relics of the Buddha and His disciples will
Sabah Daily Express / Posted 27 days ago
Kota Kinabalu: Twenty-one sacred relics of the Buddha and His disciples will be put on public display for the first time in Sabah next month. Also called by its generic term "sarira", the... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Here by the grace of AllahUnited for a good cause: Christian, Muslim and Buddhist leaders in Chiang Mai a
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 1 months ago
United for a good cause: Christian, Muslim and Buddhist leaders in Chiang Mai at the opening ceremony of a conference for social workers for HIV patients. (PHOTO: Thai Interfaith Foundation for Social Development) The black-and-white photograph he... Read more
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The Economic Times
How Buddhist outreach has always been a key element of PM Narendra Modi’s Act East PolicyIn St Petersburg, Modi presented the head priest with a unique edition of the U
The Economic Times / Posted 1 months ago
In St Petersburg, Modi presented the head priest with a unique edition of the Urga Kanjur, a set of sacred Buddhist texts. The PM was the chief guest for the International Vesak Day celebrations in Colombo mid-May. It may be recalled that Kanjur,... Read more

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