Monthly Archives: November 2013

Congress levels Snooping allegations on “Saheb”

Originally posted on Politicalbaaba:
Snooping of a young woman in Gujarat in 2009 has brought Gujarat govt. under scanner. Cobrapost (Anirudh Behl of Tehelka fame who parted ways) and Gulail gave reference to tapes with CBI which have Modi right…

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Plimoth Plantation, Massachusetts

Happy Thanksgiving!  I  just couldn’t resist re-sending you this video which is the living museum presentation  of this 17th  century settlement on the coast of Massachusetts where the first Thanksgiving was celebrated.  It is a thirty minute video for you … Continue reading

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Amani YA JUU

The Project  This group is a sewing and training program for marginalized women established in Nairobi, Kenyon, Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda and Liberia. Amani women are working together through faith in God who provides a peace that transcends all cultural  and … Continue reading

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Saying Goodbye to President Kennedy

The young widow lost her husband, the young children lost their  father and the country lost its innocence. “The murder of a handsome, vigorous president shocked the nation to it core and shook  the faith of Americans in their institutions … Continue reading

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BJP – Part I

Originally posted on Politicalbaaba:
In the 1st post on Elections 2014 we take a look at BJP (the leading opposition party), recent events, internal politics and prospects. BJP Takes a Punt – Declares NaMo as Head of Election Campaign Committee…

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Congress – Part I (Background)

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Congress Party is among the oldest and most prominent parties in India. It has been in power for majority of the period after India gained Independence in 1947 and most people feel that “they know how…

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Mr. Doshi. . . .Father of Indian Architecture

Meet Mr. Doshi, known as the Father of Indian Architecture.  For Americans, that makes him the  Frank Lloyd Wright of Indian architecture.   Mr. Doshi was the dean of the CEPT Architecture School for 20 years and designed the wonderful … Continue reading

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November 22, 1963 Dallas, Texas

  This day in history for anyone who was  alive is indelibly etched in our memory as if it was just an hour ago. I was in fourth period government class , my senior  year in high school.  I remember … Continue reading

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Dr Bob Paeglow , MD. . . . Rock Star!

Meet Dr. Bob, Rock Star!   He is an assistant professor of family and community medicine at Albany Medical Center and founder and director of Compassion /Koinonia Primary Care.  This year he is the recipient of the national  American Medical … Continue reading

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Faith in the Face of a Tornado

Last weekend, there were terrible tornadoes in the center of the United States. There are lots of videos on YouTube, but this one was my favorite. This man was faithful, trusting and calm in the midst of a swirling chaos! … Continue reading

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