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BAPS mandirs across North America lit blue to honor COVID-19 first responders

BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha (BAPS), the caretakers of six traditional stone mandirs in North America, has been lighting these landmarks blue as a gesture of...

Indians pitch in to feed the hungry in coronavirus lockdown

Indian businessman Shishpal Singh was still stirring vegetables and rice at his Mumbai apartment block when migrant workers laid off in the coronavirus lockdown...

Coronavirus: Swaminarayan sect closes all temples globally

In view of the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus, the Swaminarayan sect has announced to close all its temples globally and suspend routine...

Malaysian Hindus defy virus fears to mark festival

Hindus gathered in temples across Malaysia on Saturday to celebrate the annual Thaipusam festival, with many piercing their bodies with hooks and...

Pujya Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswatiji’s inspirational book Come Home to Yourself launched

Pujya Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswatiji has authored a new inspirational book, Come Home to Yourself, which offers teachings on the most pertinent issues of our...

Aga Khan’s son Prince Hussain marries US fiancée Elizabeth Hoag

Prince Hussain, second son of the Aga Khan, has married his fiancée Elizabeth Hoag in a private ceremony on Sunday (29 September). The traditional Muslim...

Gujarati-origin doctor Hasmukh Shah honoured by RCGP

Dr Hasmukh Shah, a leading GP from South Wales, has been bestowed with membership by the Royal College of General Practitioners, UK (MRCGP). The honour...

“People Called Ahmedabad” has taken more than a year of research

Mahatma Gandhi International School has arranged a special book reading event on Friday, 7th April 2017. The book - "People Called Ahmedabad" has taken...

Nobel Hygiene & Lions Clubs to help more than 50,000 Elderly Population every year

Nobel Hygiene, a market leader in adult diapers, in association with Lions Clubs International (India), the world’s leading humanitarian organisation, have signed a MoU...

Soon, your heartbeat may be password to health records

A patient's own heartbeat may be soon used as the password to access electronic health records, say scientists who developed a low-cost technique to...