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    Nature A New Arrival Cheers This Vulnerable Community

    by G. ANANTHAKRISHNAN The birth of a Greater One-horned Rhinoceros calf about ten days ago in Dudhwa National Park, Uttar Pradesh, is being seen as proof of continuing success of the programme to reintroduce the species in the habitat that began in 1984. Starting with a population of...
  2. spnadmin

    How Religion Is Killing Our Most Vulnerable Youth

    This article was forwarded for posting by forum member Tejwant Singh ji Malik. An increasingly popular bumper sticker reads, "Guns Don't Kill People -- RELIGION Kills People!" In light of recent events I would add religion kills young people: gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender young...
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    Drug-resistant Bacteria Protect The Vulnerable Microbes

    Drug-resistant mutants produce a molecule that boosts drug tolerance in the susceptible ones The long-held notion on how bacteria develop resistance to antibiotics stands challenged. The conventional thinking is that continuous exposure to antibiotics or exposure at sub-optimal levels can...
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    Controversial Bogus Love Guru Jailed For 18 Months For Swindling Vulnerable Midlanders

    Bogus love guru jailed for 18 months for swindling vulnerable Midlanders Birmingham Mail - News - Birmingham News - Bogus love guru jailed for 18 months for swindling vulnerable Midlanders A BOGUS love guru who conned desperate Midlanders out of thousands of pounds by claiming his...
  5. Akashdeep Singh

    Gurbani Venerable, Sikh Vulnerable

    Gurbani venerable but Sikh vulnerable Prof. Inder Singh Ghagga (Translated from Punjabi by Akashdeep Singh Aulakh) Once a meeting of Sikh leaders for the upliftment of the Sikh sect (panth) was turning into a pandemonium – one person’s suggestion was to open hospitals...
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    Macs More Vulnerable, Spyware A Danger (TechWeb)

    TechWeb - Enterprises using Apple's Macintosh shouldn't smirk too much over their perceived immunity to the kind of security problems that plague Windows users, a research analyst said...