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Relics stolen from Patna Museum by Ambarish Dutta, Tribune News Service Patna, September 26
In a daring late-night robbery on Monday in Patna Museum, located in the heart of the city, unidentified miscreants stole 18 statues of Buddhist and Jain eras worth crores of rupees.
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Buddhist growth brings a temple by CAMERON WOODS, Staff Writer ,09/25/2006
For these monks, maintaining a traditional way of life has not been easy in America, but the growing Buddhist community in this country works to preserve their culture. In an average week the temple will see 200 patrons in search of a place to meditate or for a lesson from the monks.
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Buddhism becomes alternative religious ticket in the USA by www.ekklesia.co.uk -25/09/06
Fed up with both consumer-driven secular materialism and the aggressive certainties of the mainly Christian religious right, an increasing number of people in the United States are turning towards Buddhism as an alternative form of spiritual enlightenment.
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China steps up exposure of 11th Panchen Lama by www.zeenews.com, Bureau Report , 25 Sept 2006
Beijing, Sept 24: China has stepped up activities in Tibet and elsewhere to popularise the pro-Beijing 11th Panchen Lama, Tibetan Buddhism's third top religious leader, among the local populace.
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5 things we learned from... (Meditation) by Julie Deardorff, Chicago Tribune ( MCT)
Meditating for just three minutes improves blood circulation. After 2 1/2 hours, your subconscious "will align with the uplifting experience of your core spiritual identity."
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A New Journey with Meditation at Clove&Clive by Chuah Ai Jou, The Buddhist Channel, Sept 25, 2006
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia – September 25, 2006 sees the birth of a new meditation centre, Clove&Clive in Kelana Jaya, a commercial suburb of Petaling Jaya.
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Towards genuine inter-faith understanding by SANTIKARO, Bangkok Post, Sept 24, 2006
An early exponent of Theravadins opening up to other Buddhist traditions, Buddhadasa Bhikku wasn't an activist in the sense of organising inter-religious conferences, but the interest he showed in other religions and his willingness to critique practices he saw as wayward influenced others to do just that
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... and ego has the last laugh by Kathiresan, The New Straits Times, Sep 24, 2006
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia -- RELIGION divides people. His eyes on the newspaper, my teenage son continued: "If religion was intended to bring peace, why are people fighting over it?"
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Award winning writer to embrace buddhism by Hidustan Times, Sept 24, 2006
Mumbai, India -- Nomadic author Laxman Mane, whose autobiography Upara (Outsider) is revered in Marathi Dalit literature, will embrace Buddhism along with lakhs of his supporters next month. The move is expected to create ripples across Maharashtra’s religious structure and comes half a century after the framer of the Indian Constitution, Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar, called on the lowest Hindu castes to abandon their religion and become Buddhists.
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950-year-old Buddhist artifact shown for 1st time by The Yomiuri Shimbun, Sep. 23, 2006
Visitors look at part of a canopy at the Byodo-in Museum in Uji, Kyoto Prefecture, on Friday. Part of a canopy that usually hangs over a 950-year-old Buddhist statue was opened for public display Friday for the first time.
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