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    2. Pallone introduces resolution on Kashmiri Pandits in US House

      WASHINGTON: Influential Democratic Congressman Frank Pallone has introduced a resolution in the US House of Representatives, condemning the extremist violence against the Kashmiri Pandits since 1989...The resolution has been welcomed by the Hindu American Foundation (HAF). "While too many policy makers in Washington DC do little to highlight the plight of Kashmiri Pandits, Congressman Pallone has taken the lead in raising awareness about this critical matter," said HAF's ...
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    3. Large contingent of Hindus from Pakistan arrives in India

      AMRITSAR: As many as 600 Hindus, including women and children, arrived in India via Attari land border on Monday. Custom's deputy commissioner RK Duggal said that the group arrived here on pilgrim visas. Sources at Attari said that these Hindus, largely from Sindh province of Pakistan, had expressed their desire to permanently settle in India and have come with a large quantity of luggage and household goods.
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    4. Religious groups put faith in business: Study

      LONDON: Indian religious organizations across all major faiths are diversifying their "business model" to maintain the loyalty of their followers and attract new devotees. This is the finding of a Cambridge University study, carried out over two years surveying 568 Hindu, Muslim, Christian, Sikh and Jain religions in Maharashtra, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal and Gujarat.
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    5. 'Muslims in Pakistan in no better condition than Hindus'

      AMRITSAR: Personal reasons and circumstances make some Hindu and Sikh families migrate from Pakistan to India, and being a minority community, the media quickly highlights such incidents, whereas the situation for everyone in Pakistan was almost the same. Even Muslims were getting abducted and they also live under shadow of terrorism.
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    6. 'New Americans like us have to rebuild that country'

      The spending cuts proposed in President Obama's 2012 Budget have sharply divided public opinion in the US. Anju Bhargava, an ordained pujari, a senior vice president of a leading bank in the US and the only Hindu in President Obama's Advisory Council on Faith-based and Neighbourhood Partnerships, says the impact of the cuts on the vulnerable sections of society should be minimized. On a visit to Delhi, she ...
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