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    Legal Judge Throws Out Sikh Holy Man Libel Action

    Judge throws out Sikh holy man libel action Judge throws out Sikh holy man libel action - Press Gazette Journalist and broadcaster Hardeep Singh has seen off a libel action brought by an Indian holy man who he claimed was an imposter. His Holiness Sant Baba Jeet Singh Ji Maharaj, who...
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    Sikh News Sikh, Hindu Leaders Decry Divisive Comments (Montreal Gazette)

    Leaders of Montreal's Sikh and Hindu communities yesterday denounced statements by Sikh separatist leader Uday Singh that appeared in a Gazette story. More...
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    Sikh News Say No To Big Fat Sikh Weddings (Montreal Gazette)

    Sikh leaders in the Indian capital want an end to ostentatious weddings involving gallons of alcohol and mounds of tandoori chicken because they encourage "dowry harassment," newspapers reported yesterday. More...
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    Sikh News Sikh-name Flap Called Misunderstanding (Montreal Gazette)

    The federal government hasn't forced potential Sikh immigrants to change their last names, Citizenship and Immigration Minister Diane Finley said yesterday, blaming the recent controversy on ambiguous documents circulated by the Canadian high commission in New Delhi. More...
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    Christianity Church View Church View (Forres Gazette)

    THE continent of Africa has been very much in the news lately. A continent very varied in its Christianity. African Christianity has to be related above all to African society...
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    In Brief (Corvallis Gazette Times)

    Summer celebration Suburban Christian Church, 2760 S.W. 53rd St., has moved its 10:30 a.m. Sunday worship service to Starker Arts Park, just north of Country Club Drive on 45th Street. A picnic and games for the entire family will follow. Information: 753-2802...
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    Burmese Grow Into New, Foreign Home (Fort Wayne Journal Gazette)

    Ya Za Oo, 5, left, Thuya Aung,8, Min Won, 8, and Wahida Ma, 8, sing “Happy Birthday†to a classmate on Saturday, at a class for Burmese children with the Indiana Reading Corp. at Centlivre Village Apartments...
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    If Each Of Us Lives With Love For Others, World’s Problems Will Melt Away (Fort Wayne Journal Gaze

    The gift of sharing wisdom (dharma) excels all other forms of giving. During the time of spring, it is a time for new hopes, new aspirations and renewal, time to pour an old and splendid wine into new bottles...
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    Letters To The Editor (Corvallis Gazette Times)

    Hasso Hering's lead viewpoint ("Did they learn from Hatfield," 6/12/05) begs for a reply and a simple request. In his piece, Mr. Hering states, "he (Hatfield) never acted as though he thought fish counted less than people."...
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    Christianity Mission Trips Gain Popularity (Fort Wayne Journal Gazette)

    Carol Barrett of Fairfax (Va.) Presbyterian Church went on a mission with other women to Guatemala. Increasingly, churches nationwide are establishing ties with congregations overseas...
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    Buddhism Leading Figures In World Of Zen Gather For Rite In Pennsdale (Williamsport Sun Gazette)

    Patricia Dai-En Bennage is a member of a very elite sorority. Few American women become Zen Buddhist abbesses. There are no more than half a dozen in her branch, the Shikantaza tradition of Soto Zen, Bennage estimated...
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    Christianity An Accord About Mary (Corvallis Gazette Times)

    In 1995, Pope John Paul II defined the top issues that would have to be resolved before Christianity could be reunited, including seemingly intractable differences over beliefs about Mary, the mother of Jesus...
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    Find Religion In `Star Wars,' Many Do (Fort Wayne Journal Gazette)

    A wise man rides in from the desert on a camel-like creature. He presents an infant - perhaps the "chosen one" who will redeem the universe, according to prophecy - to his adoptive parents. The question is inescapable: Is little Luke Skywalker a stand-in for Jesus...
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