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Faith, Not Fear: Places of Worship Adapt to Coronavirus Impact

EASTON, Pa. (WLVT) – The sanctuary at Greater Shiloh Church can seat more than a thousand people, but only a couple dozen were there this past Sunday. The doors to the church were locked from the outside. Greater Shiloh, like … Continue reading

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A visit to Kartarpur Sahib was an ardaas answered after 72 years

Kartarpur Sahib Picture by the author On the occasion of the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak in 2019, a stretch of road connecting Dera Baba Nanak in Punjab, India, and the Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in the village of Kartarpur … Continue reading

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Randeep Hooda on Battle of Saragarhi: It hurt that the audience could not see a more authentic version

Randeep Hooda Randeep Hooda opens up on Battle of Saragarhi, admits he didn’t watch Akshay Kumar’s film on the same subject. Randeep Hooda recently wrapped up Prabhudheva’s Radhe, featuring Salman Khan in the titular role. In his first negative role … Continue reading

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Jind Maharaja who bought foreign bride for Rs 50k

The scenic Annandale Ground in Shimla. Shriniwas Joshi JIND is one of the oldest cities of Haryana. Its earlier name was Jayantpura as it is believed that a temple of Jayanti Devi was built there by Jayant, son of Lord … Continue reading

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National MP marks 550th Anniversary of Guru Nanak in Parliament

Rahul Chopra Wellington, March 19, 2020 Some of the guests at the screening of the documentary on Guru Nanak in Parliament on March 11, 2020 The life and teachings of Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism were the theme of … Continue reading

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