Monthly Archive for: ‘March, 2021’

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    British Government Must Apologize for Jallianwala Baugh Massacre

    In 2019, the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby visited the site of a brutal massacre, Jallianwala Baugh, which happened in 1919 under British colonial rule in India and offered his personal apologies. He expressed his “deep sense of grief” for a “terrible atrocity.” The former …

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    What Is Sanatana Dharma According to You?

    Someone asked me this question recently. Sanatana Dharma is so vast; it has so many aspects. How to put it briefly? Let me try. Sanatana means eternal and Dharm is difficult to translate. It means: to do what is right in a given situation, to …

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    How You May Benefit from Another Government Stimulus Plan

    For the second time in 10 months, the US Congress has approved a fiscal stimulus plan that is designed to provide a financial boost to a wide range of Americans in response to hardships created by the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes individuals, businesses and other …

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  • Historic Dandi March By Raj Shah

    Historic Dandi March By Raj Shah

    A 61 year old man, 91 years ago, walked 241 miles in 25 days, which included three rest days, at a pace of nearly 11 miles per day. That man is not other than our own Mahatma Gandhi ji and that walk was called the …

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    Women’s History Month: 15 Women Who Shaped the Indian Constitution

    Last month, the world celebrated Women’s History Month by recognizing remarkable women across all fields. In India’s own history, there are 15 women who are seldom discussed, despite being the most progressive, powerful thought leaders of their time. Without the contribution of these Indian women, …

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    Bangladesh at 50: A nation created in violence and still bearing scars of a troubled birth

        March 26 marks 50 years since the start of Bangladesh’s liberation war, a bloody nine-month campaign that culminated in the nation’s independence on December 16, 1971. It was a violent birth, with some of its roots in the 1947 partition of India – …

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    Overcoming Anxiety with Knowledge of Your True Self

    The modern world can seem like a very stressful place, especially now with all the fear about disease, sickness, and death. There is seemingly so much to do on a daily basis, just to keep yourself and your family healthy, happy, and secure. Modern technologies …

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  • Rapid Fire Changes Come to the World of Immigration

    Update on USCIS Visitor Policy

    In light of some states and municipalities relaxing mask mandates and other COVID-19 restrictions, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services reminds the public that we will continue to enforce our visitor policy in all USCIS facilities. This includes a requirement that all visitors 2 years of age or older wear a …

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    DHS Secretary Statement on the 2019 Public Charge Rule

    Today, DHS Secretary Alejandro N. Mayorkas announced that the government will no longer defend the 2019 public charge rule as doing so is neither in the public interest nor an efficient use of limited government resources. “The 2019 public charge rule was not in keeping …

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  • New Zealand grab full Super League points against Bangladesh

    New Zealand grab full Super League points against Bangladesh

    New Zealand have grabbed a full 30 points in the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League series against Bangladesh after Friday’s win in Wellington helped complete a 3-0 series sweep. New Zealand are second in the points table owing to a better net run rate though …

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