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Terms Related with Real Estate –  املاک برائے خرید و فروخت

Terms Related with Real Estate – املاک برائے خرید و فروخت

| October 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

What is Real Estate? Any property that can be bought, sold or rented is real estate. Usually the natural resources existing on or within the property are also included in real estate. (جائیداد برائے خرید و فروخت یاکرائے کے لیے ہو) Realtor: Realtors include agents that work as residential and commercial real estate brokers, salespeople, […]

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Coming Back to God in Cape Town!

Coming Back to God in Cape Town!

| October 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

The Discover Yourself Workshop was held in Cape Town, Pretoria and Johannesburg in September 2015. Some of the participants share their experiences after the Workshop. • I discovered that the words in my conversation create my future. • It is life changing, an eye opener and realization, exhilarating, very interesting and excellent. • I found […]

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Jobs on Decline

| October 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

Women more affected, 60% work without written contract The global employment outlook will deteriorate in the coming five years. Over 201 million were unemployed in 2014 around the world, over 31 million more than before the start of the global crisis of 2008. Youth Factor Youth, especially young women, continue to be disproportionately affected by […]

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Earthspeak

Earthspeak

| October 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

The Earth’s environment is facing a bleak future with market driven economy depleting natural resources at a rate the nature will not be able to replenish. If we take the number of productive acres and divide this by current population of the world, each person gets a footprint of 4.5 acres. At the present time, […]

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Realities of Rural Life – How Do the Rural Indians Live?

Realities of Rural Life – How Do the Rural Indians Live?

| October 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

Two out of three Indian houses are in rural areas 6% of the houses in rural India are vacant A majority of rural houses, i.e., 77% are used solely as residences. 19.5% of houses have non-residential use i.e., grain stores, shops, cattle sheds etc. 0.3% are locked 3% are used as residences with other uses. […]

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The Islamic Golden Age of Science – The Ibn Al-Haytham Example

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As part of the International Year of Light, UNESCO hosted an international conference from 14-15 September 2015, at its Headquarters in Paris, focusing on the accomplishments of the Islamic civilization in its Golden Age and the life and works of Ibn al-Haytham. By Sameen Ahmed Khan There have been numerous conferences on the themes related […]

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Afghan Girl Buries Toy Gun – Enough of War

Afghan Girl Buries Toy Gun – Enough of War

| October 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

I saw Inam and other child laborers who work in Kabul’s streets decisively swing hammers down on the plastic toy guns, breaking off triggers, and symbolically breaking our adult addiction to weapons. By Dr Hakim 10 year old Sakina, an Afghan street kid, had this to say, “I don’t like to be in a world […]

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Hindu Temple Hosts `Eid Prayer

Hindu Temple Hosts `Eid Prayer

| October 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

In a show of religious coexistence among adherents of different faiths, Mumbai Hindus offered Muslims a place to perform `Eid prayers at a Ganpati pandal, a temporary structure for Hindu religious/ social ceremonies, due to the shortage of prayer spaces in the city. “During Ramadan four years ago, which coincided with the Ganesh festival, we […]

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Ecological Doom – Exploring Religious Recipes

Ecological Doom – Exploring Religious Recipes

| October 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

Religion, Culture and the Ecological Crisis Edited by Siddhartha A Meeting Rivers Publication Pipal Tree Fireflies Ashram Dinnepalya, P.O. Kaggalipura Bangalore-560082 Email: meetingrivers.fireflies@gmail.com Pages 300,  Price: Not mentioned, Ph: 0-96206-61111, ————————– Reviewed By Yoginder Sikand —————————— That human beings’ seemingly insatiable greed is rapidly destroying the earth’s delicate ecology, and even threatening to destroy the earth […]

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Interfaith Banquet Emphasizes Peace

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Promoting mutual values of peace and acceptance, North America’s largest Muslim convention hosted a special interfaith banquet, last month, inviting people of difference faiths calling for joint action against racial and religious intolerance.  “The heart of all religions is to make peace, to protect peace,” said Tawakkol Karman, a Yemeni journalist, politician and human rights […]

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