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Best wishes on the auspicious occasion of Guru Gobind Singh Ji’s 350th birth anniversary – From the Co-Chairs, Trustees, Directors and Executive Members of the Hindu Council UK
Tuesday, 26 July 2016 21:31
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HSS UK Celebrates Golden Jubilee HSS UK (Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh) is a social/cultural national organisation of Hindus and a registered charity, with average weekly attendance of over 2000 (nationally). 2016 marks the Golden Jubilee of HSS UK. We would like to personally invite you and your family to participate in this historic and a unique event - Samarop (concluding function) of Sanskrti – MAHASHIBIR 2016
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RationalFX founder has been tasked with securing London’s financial interests and job market as EU Brexit negotiations take place In the wake of the Brexit vote, mayor of London Sadiq Khan has announced the appointment ofYoung Gun Rajesh Agrawal as deputy mayor for business.
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Britain's outgoing Prime Minister David Cameron spiced up his 'last supper' at his 10 Downing Street office-cum-home with some spicy Indian food such as Hyderabadi Saffron Chicken, Kashmiri Rogan Josh and Samosas.
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Indian Ambassador to Ireland Radhika Lal Lokesh launched the Dublin event. Hundreds of yoga enthusiasts practised their poses in Dartmouth Park on Saturday morning for the launch of International Yoga Day.
Saturday, 04 June 2016 09:36
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Now, I am not the one for forwarding chain messages or even buying into what most of the chain messages advocate these days. However, on receiving the following text from a friend the other day, I thought it must be shared and cascaded so more of us can appreciate the message it conveys. It goes like this... ********************************************************************************** Checking out at the supermarket, the young cashier suggested to the older lady that she should bring her own shopping bags because plastic bags weren't good for the environment. The woman apologized and explained, "We didn't have this green thing back in my younger years." The cashier responded, "That's our problem today. Your generation did not care enough to save our environment for future generations." She was right -- our generation didn't…
Sunday, 22 May 2016 13:43
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Having long last realised my vision of writing and illustrating the picture-book of ‘Meenakshi Devi-The Green Goddess-The Warrior Princess,’ the printers’ could not meet the deadline. After ‘jumping over hurdles’ and going round in circles, it was ready for the first Llandeilo Book Fair. It proved popular.
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Cousins Gear Up for Gruelling Cross Channel Cycle to Fight Diabetes Anish Patel, from Edgware, and his cousin Paresh Patel, from Wembley, will be cycling nearly 300 miles from London to Paris to raise money for Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation. The pair, who will be taking on the Global Adventure Challenge from July 20 to July 24, will finish the ride in the French capital just before the finale of the Tour de France. Anish, who has type 2 diabetes, is aiming to fundraise £1470 to fund the ride and raise £735 for the charity. So far he has raised over £700. Read More...... Story Courtesy of Harrow Times 
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HCUK Director of Interfaith Relations - Anil Bhanot OBE attends Lord Mayor's dinner for the Archbishops and Bishops at Mansion House and calls upon DCLG, the department for Communities and Local Government for greater dialogue to improve community relationships.
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According to the data released by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) It seems that religious people from all different faiths are generally happier than those who have "no religion" The report analysed personal data collected over three years, between 2012 and 2015 for more than 300,000 adults in the UK. Hindus scored well above the national average. Christians - of all denominations - were the second happiest, followed by Sikhs and Buddhists. Those who followed these religions were happier than the average person, who scored a happiness rating of 7.38 out of 10. 1 Hindus scored a rating of 7.57, 2 Christians at 7.47, 3 Sikhs with 7.45 and 4 Buddhist at 7.41. 5 Jews at 7.37 (Falling below national average). 6 Muslims at 7.33. 7 Any other religion…
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