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Posted in: Michael Douglas gets lifetime achievement award at International Film Festival of India in Goa See in context

Hearty congratulations to Michael Douglas and  Abbas Amini. “In the context of what’s happening in the world right now, with the amazing conflicts that are going on, with the wars at our borders, it is very important to tell our stories. If we tell our stories to people and people listen to each other’s stories across borders, across everywhere, we understand each other” - Shekhar Kapur Ji.

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Posted in: Why do they give? Donors speak about what moves them and how they plan end-of-year donations See in context

Giving adds life to the life span of the giver and the receiver. Happy giving.

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Posted in: Ronaldo rejects penalty he's awarded in Asian Champions League See in context

Legendary and world renowned footballer Senhor CR7 is shining in far away Saudi Arabia. His best is yet to come on several fronts. The Portugal superstar is a role model for the young and the young at heart footballers, fans, match officials, coaches, and managers.

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Posted in: Willian strikes twice from the spot as Fulham beat Wolves See in context

Former Chelsea legend Willian Borges da Silva is shining at the Craven Cottage. With his two well taken spot kicks, the renowned Brazilian attacking midfielder tamed the visiting Wolves in London. Gaffer Senhor Marco Silva, his footballers, and Fulham fans look forward to happy hours in the days to come.

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Posted in: Sinner leads Italy to its first Davis Cup title in nearly 50 years with a 2-0 win over Australia See in context

Sinner is winner. Hats off to the Davis Cup conquerors Team Italia.

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Posted in: Terry Venables, former England, Tottenham and Barcelona coach, dies at 80 See in context

Respectful farewell to Terry Venables. RIP Sir. Strength and courage to all his loved ones.

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Posted in: Japan warns that China, Russia share goal of creating new global order See in context

"You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is like an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty" - Mahatma Gandhi


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Posted in: N Korean leader Kim inspects new spy satellite photos of 'target regions' See in context

World leaders are yet to do justice to their enormous potential in wiping out hunger, poverty, illnesses, and other natural and man-made disasters plaguing humanity and their companion species.

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Posted in: Climate change hits women's health harder, activists say See in context

Health is wealth. Life is a precious gift. Toiling women and men too are equal and important citizens of Planet Earth our common home. Fellow mortals briefly sitting in positions of power to serve cannot abandon their duties towards Planet Earth, its teeming billions, and their companion species.

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Posted in: New-look Liverpool face acid test of title credentials at Man City See in context

Those two gaffers are passionate and perfectionists. Talented footballers are transformed into superstars at Liverpool and at Man City. Such is their commitment to the Beautiful Game, to their footballers, fans, and to those world renowned clubs. Herr Jurgen Klopp and Senhor Pep Guardiola are legendary football managers in European club football.

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Posted in: Giving thanks isn't just a holiday tradition. It's part of how humans evolved See in context

"If the only prayer you ever say in your entire life is Thank You, it will be enough" – Meister Eckhart

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Posted in: Croatia secure Euro 2024 ticket; France held by Greece See in context

Men in Orange are doing fine. Gaffer Ronald Koeman is leading the Flying Dutchmen to their rightful place in European football. Congratulations to scorers Calvin Stengs, Mats Wieffer, Teun Koopmeiners, and Cody Gakpo.

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Posted in: Exercise may reduce heart failure risk for people with depression or anxiety See in context

Spiritual Exercises combined with physical drills are known to offer strength and vitality to the practitioners of the combo. People making brisk morning walks to the temple, church, mosque, synagogue say they feel strong and energetic after such exercises. People in their seventies and eighties improve their physical reflexes and sharpen their mental reflexes as they gallantly march towards their nineties and beyond.

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Posted in: Argentina hand Brazil third straight loss after crowd trouble at Maracana See in context

Lionel Scaloni's La Albiceleste scored a historic win against Seleção Brasileira de Futebol in their own den. Congratulations to skipper Lionel Messi and to his team mates.

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Posted in: Australia beats India by six wickets to win Cricket World Cup for sixth time See in context

They are flexible, innovative, and daring. Their thought process is backed by their on field action and reaction. Skipper Pat Cummins and his Aussie brigade bowled well, fielded very well, and batted purposefully. Congratulations to the ODI and Test Cricket champions. Well played Australia and well played India.

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Posted in: The last teams standing: India takes on Australia in the Cricket World Cup final See in context

Cricket is dominated by teams from South Asia. India, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka were five of the ten teams in the ongoing ICC 2023 Cricket ODI World Cup. Players of South Asian origin from South Africa, England, the Netherlands, and New Zealand adapted to the Indian pitches quickly and comfortably. South African Keshav Maharaj and Tabraiz Shamsi, Englishmen Adil Rashid and Moeen Ali, Flying Dutchmen Teja Nidamanuru and Aryan Dutt, and New Zealand's Ravindra Rachin and Ish Sodhi relished the opportunities they had on Indian pitches. New Zealand's Mumbai born spinner Ajaz Yunus Patel could have been a real threat to opponents on Indian soil.

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Posted in: Australia, Japan, S Korea win big to launch World Cup qualifying in style See in context

In the FIFA World Cup qualifying festivities, Team India is moving in the right direction. At the Jaber Al-Ahmad International Stadium in Kuwait City, Indian winger Manvir Singh scored the only goal of the match between Kuwait and the Igor Štimac trained Blue Tigers from India.

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Posted in: Seven-wicket Shami destroys New Zealand's hopes at Cricket World Cup See in context

NaMo Stadium in Ahmedabad - Here we come. Skillful Team India skipper Rohit Sharma is leading his hungry troops with his customary imagination and creativity. India batters and bowlers are delivering in style. Mo Shami and his fellow hunters are peaking at the right time. Top order batters Rohit, Gill, Kohli, Shreyas, and Rahul are growing in stature. All the best in the summit clash of the ICC World Cup ODI festivities.

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Posted in: Gun salutes mark King Charles III's 75th birthday See in context

Coronation Food Project is a meaningful initiative. Happy Birthday. Wishing King Charles III strength and stamina. Ad multos annos.

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Posted in: Shichi-Go-San blessing See in context

We are all connected. Togetherness and on-going-ness among human beings and their companion species is vital for adding joy, beauty, happiness, and companionship during our exciting journey on Planet Earth.

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Posted in: Thousands line Manchester streets to bid final farewell to Bobby Charlton See in context

Bobby Charlton - a fine human being, renowned footballer, brought glory to England. Farewell to the legend.

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Posted in: King Charles III leads national memorial service honoring those who died serving UK See in context

Every life is precious and sacred. “I object to violence because when it appears to do good, the good is only temporary; the evil it does is permanent” - Mahatma Gandhi

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Posted in: Season of giving See in context

Giving, receiving, and re-giving add life to our life span. Diwali, Christmas, Eid, Thanksgiving, and such festivities of giving and receiving are meaningful ways of world building.

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Posted in: International reaction to Gaza siege has exposed growing rift between West and Global South See in context

“Have compassion for all beings, rich and poor alike; each has their suffering. Some suffer too much, others too little. Teach this triple truth to all: A generous heart, kind speech, and a life of service and compassion are the things which renew humanity” - Siddhartha Gautama Buddha

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Posted in: G7 nations call for 'humanitarian pauses' in Israel-Hamas war See in context

"Non-violence is not a garment to be put on and off at will. Its seat is in the heart, and it must be an inseparable part of our being. The day the power of love overrules the love of power, the world will know peace" - Mahatma Gandhi

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Posted in: Kohli hits record-equaling 49th ODI ton as India routs South Africa See in context

Powerful and effective powerplay at the start and at the business end is what the Indian batters and bowlers are doing with great relish. Skipper Rohit is carrying his bat like a sword. Middle overs are being well taken care of by Virat, Shreyas, and Rahul. SKY and Jadeja are renowned for their cameo contributions. Bumrah, Siraj, Shami, Ravindra, and Kuleep are nicely bowling to their field. It may be good to bring in spin wizard Ravichandran Ashwin, difference-maker Shardul Thakur, galloping Prasidh Krishna, and fiery Ishan Kishan to test the skills of the Flying Dutchmen at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangaluru.

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Posted in: Zaman's ton enough for Pakistan to beat NZ at Cricket World Cup; Australia win confirms England exit See in context

Not "Bazball" but good "BalléBaz" is the mantra. On home pitches back in England, the three Lions are proven masters of the "Bazball" hitting. Time and again these very supremely talented guys decimate visiting opponents with customary ease. But on pitches in India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, and Bangladesh batters need to understand the ground realities and resort to a mixture of "Bazball" and "BalléBaz". Good luck to England in the remaining two matches. Qualifying to play in the Champions Trophy is a good motivation for the Three Lions.

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Posted in: Big win over Netherlands keeps Afghanistan in hunt for Cricket World Cup semifinal spot See in context

Cricket has been played in Afghanistan since the mid-19th century. India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Afghanistan form the epicenter of world cricket. Gaffer Jonathan Trott is accompanying the Afghans to their rightful place in world cricket. Afghans at home and in the diaspora are enjoying the success of their batters, bowlers, and fielders, performing in style on Indian soil.

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Posted in: India dismantles Sri Lanka to book semifinal spot at Cricket World Cup with 302-run win See in context

The Wankhede strip in Mumbai has been a happy hunting ground for Indian pacers and their supremely hungry willow-wielders. Mo Shami, Mo Siraj, and Bumrah displayed their hunting skills right from the word go. Gill and Kohli are wielding their willows in style. It is heart-warming to see Shreyas doing justice to his enormous potential. His best is yet to come. Congrats to RS and his boys in blue. Sri Lankans still have targets to aim at. All the best.

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Posted in: How climate conscious Americans reduce their carbon footprints See in context

Treating the Planet with tender love and care is their way of proceeding. Americans are showing the way to the rest of the world. Hats off to Americans Bala Sivaraman, Sim Bilal and their legion of concerned fellow mortals spread across the length and breadth of the United States of America.

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