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G-20 Guests to Witness India’s Rich Musical and Cultural Heritage in Kashi
05:00 | 06/06/2023
(ANI): The Yogi government in Uttar Pradesh has started giving the final touch to the preparations for the hospitality of the foreign guests for the G-20 Development Ministers’ Meeting, scheduled to be held in Varanasi for the second time from June 11 to 13.
India & US close to mega defence deal: Pact for fighter jet engines 1st, ship engines likely next
07:00 | 05/06/2023
Transfer of Technology (ToT) for jet engines was the main thrust of National Security Advisor Ajit Doval's talks with his American counterpart Jack Sullivan in February.
Nepal PM Pushpa Kamal Dahal' to Visit Ujjain, Indore as Part of 4-day Official Trip to India
09:52 | 02/06/2023
Nepal Prime Minister Push Kamal Dahal aka 'Prachanda' is all set to visit Ujjain and Indore in Madhya Pradesh as a part of his 4-day official visit to India next week, the Ministry of External Affairs said.
Challenges of the Night Shift
09:18 | 25/05/2023
Night shift and occupations have become an indispensable part of the constant development of modern society. Many people are willing to work night shift because of the quietness and high income, but also struggle to find solutions to keep their energy and spirit awake.
How Vietnam's Youth Stays Healthy
08:56 | 24/05/2023
Living in a hustle and bustle life, maintaining a healthy nutrition for body balance is found difficult by many people. Especially dynamic juniors with only enough time to allocate work, study, and self-exploration. However, they themselves have discovered the convenient secret simplifying this.
His Holiness the Je Khenpo Concludes Oral Transmission of Personal Kabum, Blesses Thousands of Devotees
08:00 | 22/05/2023
After a two-week-long endeavour, the revered spiritual leader, His Holiness the Je Khenpo, concluded the oral transmission of his self-composed Kabum, a collection of profound teachings and practices. The momentous event reached its culmination today with His Holiness administering a Tsepaa Mey Wang, a sacred blessing ceremony, at Autsho Central School in Lhuentse. A colossal gathering of more than 10,000 devoted followers eagerly converged to receive the divine benediction.
A Journey through Pemayangtse Monastery, the Ancient Crown Jewel in Sikkim, India
05:00 | 18/05/2023
Perched on the serene hilltop of Pelling in West Sikkim, the Pemayangtse Monastery echoes with stories of the past, whispers of ancient wisdom, and the tranquil chants of Tibetan Buddhism. This holy sanctuary of peace and spirituality is not just a beautiful spectacle of the Himalayas but also a venerable emblem of the Nyingma tradition of Tibetan Buddhism.
G7 Health Agenda Perfectly Aligned with India’s G20 Presidency Priorities: Mandaviya
05:00 | 16/05/2023
“Met Health Minister of Indonesia Budi G. Sadikin on the sidelines of the G7 Health Ministers’ Meeting in Nagasaki. Indonesia supports India’s G20 Presidency health priorities,” the Union Health Minister tweeted.
The Lotus-Born Master: Echoes of Padmasambhava in Bhutan and Tibet
09:08 | 15/05/2023
In the vast landscape of Buddhist literature, the figure of Padmasambhava, also known as Guru Rinpoche, stands as a towering beacon of spiritual wisdom and guidance. His presence in the literary traditions of Bhutan and Tibet is as profound as it is diverse, encompassing the realms of history, mythology, philosophy, and folklore
PM Modi's US Visit To Strengthen Commitment For Free Indo-Pacific: White House
08:00 | 12/05/2023
The PM's forthcoming official state visit to the US, at the invitation of President Biden, is historic, said India's Ambassador to the US, Taranjit Singh Sandhu.
Adolescents Love “Rave," Painting the Town Red Without Fear of Exhaustion
08:23 | 11/05/2023
Let’s “Work hard, play hard” to cherish your youth with the most enthusiasm, live it to the
Inspiring Story of Dipa Ma, a Buddhist Meditation Master
08:00 | 10/05/2023
Born on 25 March 1911 in a small village in Bangladesh, Nani Bala Barua grew up in a devout Buddhist family, surrounded by rituals and celebrations. Although her family did not practice meditation, Nani developed a deep interest in Buddhism. As was customary at the time, she married at the age of 12 to Rajani Ranjan Barua, an engineer twice her age, who proved to be a caring and attentive partner. When Nani later became a mother, she was affectionately referred to as “Dipa Ma” or “Mother of Light,” after her daughter’s name, Dipa, which means “light.”
Women in Punjabi Literature: From Heer to Today’s Trailblazers
05:00 | 09/05/2023
The literary landscape of Punjab has been shaped by numerous talented women throughout the centuries. As the region evolved, so too did the role of women in Punjabi literature. This article explores the journey of women’s representation in Punjabi literature, from the iconic character Heer to the trailblazing female writers of today. While our focus remains on the accomplishments of female writers in Punjab, it is important to recognize the rich contributions of women across the entirety of the Punjabi-speaking world.
Indian-Origin Ajay Banga Confirmed As Next World Bank President
09:00 | 05/05/2023
"The Board looks forward to working with Mr. Banga on the World Bank Group Evolution process," the bank wrote in a statement published shortly after the board voted to approve his leadership for a five-year term.
The Legend of Pul Moran: A Symbol of Love in Punjab
08:00 | 04/05/2023
“Pul Moran’ is a symbol of love. The very own Taj Mahal of Punjab! Although it is nowhere near to Taj Mahal as an architectural marvel, the same love, and idolatry were the driving force behind its construction.
PM Anthony Albanese: Vietnam is at the Center of Australia's Strategic Relationship with Southeast Asia
22:23 | 06/06/2023
Vietnam Kicks Off NASA Week
22:18 | 06/06/2023
Da Nang, Australian Localities to Boost Youth Exchanges
15:18 | 06/06/2023
Vietnam's Efforts to Fight Illegal Fishing
15:11 | 06/06/2023