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Gujarat Anti-Conversion Bill, A distinction of the Indian and foreign by Sandhya Jain
The state government has rightly defined the faith lines as the Hindu, Christian and Islamic streams. So, if a Hindu is to be converted to Christianity, the district magistrate must ensure that there is no foul play.
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The connection between Buddhism and chess by Lawrence Booth ,22 September 2006 09:58
Chess and Buddhism may seem, to the uninitiated, to have nothing in common beyond the fact that both require ferocious concentration and are practised by serious-looking men in milk-bottle specs.
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Residents react to events surrounding the religious leader by Jeff Shaw TheAmherstRecord.com
The Dalai Lama is out of Amherst, but residents say he left a permanent mark on the town.
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Stop Forced Religious Conversions! by UDIT RAJ, Outlook India, Sept 22, 2006
Has the Sangh Parivar and the Gujarat government sought prior permission of Buddhists and Jains to make them part of Hindu religion? If not, it is nothing but a case of forced conversion. The real danger to Hindu religion is from within because of its own weaknesses
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Suicide on the rise in Lumbini, Buddha’s birthplace by Prakash Dubey, 21 September, 2006 NEPAL
In the place that saw the birth of Buddha, the apostle of non violence, one person commits suicide every week. Poverty, but also the decline in religions values, is the cause. Violent Maoist ideology is taking their place.
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Largest Buddhist centre in Europe set to open by valencialife.net Thursday, September 21, 2006
The largest Buddhist centre in Europe will open in under a week's time in the heart of the La Sella residential estate in Pedreguer.
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Thich Quang Do honored by Reuters,
The Thorolf Rafto Foundation for Human Rights chose a Vietnamese Buddhist monk on Thursday to receive its annual prize.
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Doing right by the law by JAY REY, News Staff Reporter, 9/21/2006, Derek Gee/Buffalo News
Dalai Lama provides law school with a moral framework On his last day on campus, the Dalai Lama tells 160 participants in a UB Law School conference how Buddhism can influence the law, emphasizing that compassion is necessary to bring about social change.
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Buddhist Monk Credits NBC TV Show in Helping Explain Ancient Law by Ryan Cummings, 13 News , September 21, 2006
Some call it fate. Others think it's destiny. Buddhists call it the "Law of Karma." High monk Ashin Sudhamma with the Ratanaram Buddhist Temple in Rockford believes in the natural order of karma, the ancient belief that all living creatures are responsible for their way of life. He says, "The doer of good receives good. The doer of evil receives evil. This is what the Buddha advises to the people. Helping other people is a good karma and giving things in charity, also a wholesome action is wholesome karma."
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Jain and Buddhist, Not Hindu! by Amaninder Pal Sharma, OhMyNews, Sept 21, 2006
Seoul, South Korea -- There is controversy in the Indian state of Gujarat after its government passed an amendment on Tuesday which, if approved by Governor Nawal Kishore, will mean that Buddhists and Jains are legally classified as Hindus.
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