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Hundreds of Ford India Workers Protest Over Planned Plant Closure

By Amit DaveSANAND, India (Reuters) - Hundreds of workers at a Ford Motor Co factory in India's western Gujarat state protested outside the...
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India seizes $2.7bn of heroin from Afghanistan at port

Heroin production has boomed in Afghanistan in recent years and the country produces most of the world’s supply of the drugNearly three tonnes of heroin with a street value of $2.7bn (£2bn) from Afghanistan have been seized from a western Indian port in a major bust, officials said. Two Indians were arrested after the heroin, which was kept in two containers marked as carrying talc, was found by the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) at Mundra Port in the western state of Gujarat, the gov...
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Parsi Kitchen: A Memoir of Food and Family by Anahita Dhondy

HarperCollins presents ‘The Parsi Kitchen: A Memoir of Food and Family’ by Anahita Dhondy HarperCollins is proud to present a warm and whimsical memoir about embracing the cuisine that one grew up with – The Parsi Kitchen A Memoir of Food and Family by Anahita Dhondy.Praise for the Book Anahita is part of a new generation of Indian chefs who build on the legacies of the past. Praise for the Book ”Anahita is part of a new generation of Indian chefs who build on the legacies of the past. She is ...
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Abki baar a Patidar? Nitin, Mandaviya, Rupala, Zadafia, Praful Patel in race for Gujarat CM post

It may be a coincidence but when CM Vijay Rupani handed over his resignation, merely hours after PM e-inaugurated the high-profile...
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Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani resigns

The party is likely to announce his replacement by evening as the BJP general secretary B. L. Santosh is understood to have been holding...
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The oldest surviving Zoroastrian scriptures were found not in Iran or India, but in China

In its Epic Iran exhibition, the British Library will be displaying its unrivalled collection of manuscripts. Article by Ursula Sims-Williams | Scroll.in The opening to chapter nine of the ‘Videvdad Sadah’. | British Library (Public domain) In the United Kingdom, the British Library has an unrivalled collection of Zoroastrian manuscripts and therefore welcomed the opportunity to display three of its Zoroastrian treasures in the current exhibition “Epic Iran” organised by the V&A with the Ir...
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Why 10 Tata Nexon EV SUVs Have Been Delivered to Govt of Gujarat?

As a part of its tender agreement with EESL, Tata Motors has delivered ten...
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The Latest: India Ferries 120 Officials From Afghanistan

A military flight carrying Indian officials has landed in the western state of Gujarat after taking off from Kabul’s main airport.
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Dalits, religious minorities suffer under Hindu rule

India (MNN) -- Protestors line the streets of India’s capital, demanding justice for a nine-year-old Dalit girl. She was sexually attacked and killed by four men who then burned her body to cover up the crime. More about that here. How is this vicious act related to Christian missionaries getting kicked out of India? They’re both consequences of the same system: Hindu ideology. The Hindu caste system divides India’s people into four social categories. Dalits, also known as “untouchable...
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Gujarat High Court Legal Assistant Recruitment 2021

Rajasthan High Court Legal Assistant Recruitment 2021 Gujarat High Court at Ahmedabad invites online application in the prescribed format for Direct Recruitment to the Sarkari Naukri Vacancy posts of  Legal Assistant for the establishment of Gujarat High Court purely on an ad-hoc and contractual basis, initially for a period of 11 months, extendable on a periodical basis, up to a maximum period of 3 years. (Advertisement No. RC/B/1320/2021)  SarkariNaukriBlog.com ... Please Click on the Ti...
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Gujarat High Court Section Officer Recruitment 2021

Rajasthan High Court Deputy Section Officer Recruitment 2021 Gujarat High Court at Ahmedabad invites online application in the prescribed format for Direct Recruitment to the Sarkari Naukri Vacancy posts of  Deputy Section Officer for the establishment of Gujarat High Court. (Advertisement No. RC/B/1304/2021 (Dy.S.O.))  SarkariNaukriBlog.com ( = || []).push({}); Gujarat High Court Deputy Section Officer Recruitment 2021... Please Click on the Title to Read ...
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Meet Arzan Nagwaswalla, the first Parsi to represent the Indian cricket team in over 50 years

It’s widely believed that Nagwaswalla was picked on account of being from Gujarat since Jay Shah has pushed for players from his backyard Players coming out of Gujarat have had it good over the last few years, and the ‘talented’ Arzan Nagwaswalla is the latest to benefit. And that he happens to be the first Parsi in close to 50 years to represent India is only fodder for the PR team. Article by Roshan Thyagarajan | Deccan Herald The 23-year-old from a beach-town called Nargol in Valsad was name...
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Gujarat: The Indian baby who was abducted twice

The disappearance of a two-day-old baby was the start of a case that crossed state lines in India.
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India states considering two-child policy and incentives for sterilisation

Uttar Pradesh, Assam and Gujarat have announced draft legislation which would see anyone with more than two children denied benefits and in some cases jobs Several Indian states are considering implementing a controversial two-child policy and incentivising sterilisation as a means of population control.The state of Uttar Pradesh, India’s most populous state with a population larger than Brazil, has announced draft legislation which would see anyone with more than two children denied state benef...
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Coomi Kapoor: The Tatas, Freddie Mercury & Other Bawas: An Intimate History of the Parsis

Bombay’s first rioters and go-getters Spurred by the events of the now infamous Ratan Tata versus Cyrus Mistry controversy, Coomi Kapoor explores the history of the Parsi community through its most prominent names, and how they transformed cities with their entrepreneurial genius Jane Borges | Mid Day Bombay was once synonymous with the Parsis. And, the Parsis with Bombay. Reading Delhi-based author-journalist Coomi Kapoor’s new biography of the community, The Tatas, Freddie Mercury and Ot...
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Parsi body’s plea in Gujarat HC: Order reserved

The Gujarat high court on Friday heard the petition filed by a Parsi religious body and reserved its order on the demand to permit them to dispose of the bodies of those who died of Covid-19 according to their religious tradition and not to force them to cremate the bodies. The Surat Parsi Panchayat Board had filed the petition saying the central guidelines to dispose of bodies in case of Covid-19 death is silent on the Zoroastrian tradition of disposal of body and recognizes only two modes o...
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Podcast #616: A Guide for the Journey to Your True Calling

Editor’s Note: This is a rebroadcast. It originally aired June 2020. One of the most burning questions in life is what it is you’re called to do with it. What is your life’s purpose? What great work are you meant to do? Guidance on this question can come from many sources, and my guest today says that one of the best is the Bhagavad Gita, a text of Hindu scripture thousands of years old. He’s a psychotherapist, yoga teacher, and author of The Great Work of Your Life: A Guide for the Journey t...
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GETCO Vidyut Sahayak Jr. Engineer Recruitment 2021

Recruitment of Vidyut Sahayak (Junior Engineer - Civil/Electrical Vacancy in GETCO 2021 Gujarat Energy Transmission Corporation Ltd. (GETCO), a power distribution (transmission) organization of the Government of  Gujarat having its Head Quarter at Vadodara, is looking for recruitment of various Government Jobs. GETCO is looking for young and energetic engineering graduates candidates for Vidyut Sahayak (Junior Engineer - Civil/Electrical) vacancies to... Please Click on the Title to Read Full De...
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This Indian district will punish you for taking selfies

We all have known people who go to extreme lengths to take selfies anywhere. But being adventurous for selfies could lead to fatal accidents, and to prevent that, an Indian district is strictly banning selfies — especially at tourist spots. The district of Dang, situated in the western state of Gujarat, is home to Saputara hills — a famous tourist attraction. According to a report from the Times of India, the local authorities issued an order last week that categorizes taking selfies as a crimin...
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Khurshedben Naoroji: The singer who preached nonviolence to bandits

In most countries, the life of an elite, sophisticated woman renouncing her career as a classical soprano to preach nonviolence to bandits and kidnappers would merit significant study and attention. Yet in India, the woman in question, Khurshedben Naoroji, is largely unknown. Historian Dinyar Patel recounts her forgotten story. The writer Ramachandra Guha once described the world of Indian biography as “a bare cupboard”. Curiously, most scholars of India eschew writing life stories. A new book, ...
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‘Last Film Show’ Review: An Indian Boy Discovers the Magic of Movies in a Timeless Ode to Cinema [Tribeca]

In Last Film Show, nine-year-old Samay (guileless newcomer Bhavin Rabari) stares wide-eyed at the screen in his dingy local theater, a whirlwind of magnificent images and Bollywood stars flashing before his eyes — Hrithik Roshan rides in on a horse, his clothes billowing behind him; Shah Rukh Khan stares down a gang of miscreants; Deepika Padukone kneels over an ornamental dish. It’s as if a light turns on inside his head as Samay stares at the screen, and he raises his hand as if to catch the ...
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More change in Gujarat spells trouble for Christians

India (MNN) -- India’s Gujarat state has implemented yet another law targeting religious minorities. Lawyers announced their challenge the day before a separate anti-conversion amendment took effect. John Pudaite of Bibles For The World says politics play a significant role in recent changes. “Gujarat’s the home state of the current prime minister, Narendra Modi, and he is the leader of the BJP party -- the very strong, pro-Hindu party,” Pudaite says. India's Prime Minister Narend...
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India tightens anti-conversion laws, Gujarat changes start tomorrow

India (MNN) -- Another anti-conversion amendment takes effect tomorrow in India, this time in Gujarat. “It’s now the ninth state that has an anti-conversion law in place, and these amendments make them stronger,” John Pudaite of Bibles For The World says. “It’s directed against Christians and Muslims, and this is something that the BJP Party and the pro-Hindu factions have been pushing.” Allegedly , Gujarat’s latest amendment targets forced conversions by marriage, but believers remain ...
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Parsis, a tiny Indian minority, challenge ban on traditional sky burial rite amid Covid-19 pandemic

They have, for centuries, left their dead to be devoured by scavenging birds and decay naturally atop circular raised structures known as dakhma or Tower of Silence. But the pandemic has put a stop to this funeral rite for many Parsis, who now have to cremate Covid-19 victims. Article by Debarshi Dasgupta | The Straits Times The Parsis, a tiny Indian minority of less than 60,000, follow Zoroastrianism, one of the world’s oldest monotheistic religions, which prescribes veneration for natural el...
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Finding resonant spaces between Indian classical music and the Western choral tradition

Though I come from an Indian family, I often joke that I wouldn’t exist if my parents had actually lived there. I’m the only child of a Catholic mother from Goa and a Muslim father from Gujarat—both of whom decided to immigrate to America, and met one another in Orlando, Florida in the early 1970s.I grew up in Los Angeles, speaking English to my parents and Gujarati to my grandparents—the latter in a thick American accent, and riddled with all kinds of grammatical errors. My grandparents found i...
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Flipkart quiz answers today – 30 May- Prize Wali Pathsala

So, what are the Flipkart quiz answers today: Watch & answer Prize Wali Pathsala on Flipkart App, win Redmi Bluetooth Headset, Rs.1000 & Rs. 50 Flipkart Gift vouchers and SuperCoins by answering all 3 questions correctly. Flipkart Prize Wali Paathshala is one of the best ways to upgrade general knowledge. What is Flipkart quiz answers today? Which of these monuments did emperor Akbar build after conquering Gujarat? Answer: Buland Darwaja Guess the famous actors name _ ...
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Doctors hint at cow dung-black fungus link as people turn to gobar for Covid ‘cure’

A viral Reuters report says some people in Gujarat ‘going to cow shelters once a week to cover their bodies in cow dung and urine in...
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Sir Syed of South India: Mumtaz Ahmad Khan is no more, now is the need to take forward his legacy

Shams Ur Rehman Alavi Leading educationist, social worker and visionary, Dr Mumtaz Ahmad Khan, passed away on May 27, 2021. Called Baba-i-Talim in Karnataka for his achievements in setting up institutions and colleges, he was also lovingly termed as 'Sir Syed of South'.Khan was considered a prominent social worker and educationist in the country. He was born in Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu on September 6, 1935. His father Yusuf Ismail Khan was a lawyer and his mother Saadat-un-Nisa was al...
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