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  • Boldness[charismatic Caucus]

    04/16/2018 12:14:16 PM PDT · by Jedediah · 1 replies
    You my children are my lightning bolts of boldness, and thunder of my presence as you declare my word for truly I watch over my word to perform it in the glory and majesty of who I AM. Therefore press forward for I have Already conquered the enemy for you by the The Cross. Dissolve the lies of the enemy with my word and declare grace to the mountains for my life is alive in you. • ACTS 17:28 For in him we live and move and have our being.' As some of your owr.cn poets have said, 'We are...
  • RBI may not give a damn to US branding India currency manipulator

    04/16/2018 6:45:23 AM PDT · by ptsal · 2 replies
    The Economic Times ^ | 18-Apr-2018 | staff
    [Appears to be sourced from Bloomberg]See article.
  • Israel offers more capabilities for SA Gripens (South Africa)

    04/12/2018 9:06:18 PM PDT · by sukhoi-30mki · 10 replies
    defenceWeb ^ | 12 April 2018 | Arie Egozi
    The South African Air Force has been offered enhanced capabilities for its Gripen fighter aircraft with a suit of new advanced systems developed by Israeli company Rafael. The Israeli company's offers a concept that it claims can bring fighter aircraft to a an advanced 4.5 generation standard by upgrading the different systems. The concept is being evaluated by the Indian Air Force for its Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) fighter aircraft. The upgrade suit that according to Rafael can enhance the fighter aircraft's capabilities to a 4.5 generation standard includes the Rafael BNET which is an advanced IP Mobile Ad-hoc Network...
  • UNDERWORLD - Graham Hancock

    10/06/2009 8:25:06 AM PDT · by Nikas777 · 8 replies · 835+ views
    dailygrail.com ^ | 12:09, 30 Apr 2004 | Greg
    UNDERWORLD - Graham Hancock Posted by Greg at 12:09, 30 Apr 2004 Let's get this straight, right from the outset - UNDERWORLD is not FINGERPRINTS OF THE GODS. I say this, because I know that fans of Graham Hancock's work like to compare his latest efforts with the monolithic benchmark that is FOTG. And this simply isn't a valid comparison - FOTG smashed its way into our consciousness in the main because it introduced us to (or re-introduced to some) the amazing mysteries that were present in what we thought was a mundane old world. A decade or so on,...
  • 10 amazing ancient wonders that still remain a mystery

    08/30/2016 7:35:03 AM PDT · by BenLurkin · 66 replies
    Dwarka is one of the most ancient cities of India. The city, five miles long and two miles wide, is located 120 feet underwater in the Gulf of Cambay off the western coast of India. The discovery was particularly astonishing to scientists as the area predates all other finds in the area by at least 5,000 years, suggesting a much longer history of the civilization than was first assumed (carbon dating estimates the site to be almost 10,000 years old). Marine scientists used sonar images and sum-bottom profiling to locate the lost ruins and it is believed the area was...
  • The Indo-Pacific Quad Confronts China

    04/11/2018 1:09:40 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 5 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | April 11, 2018 | Austin Bay
    U.S. Pacific Command still calls itself PACOM, but it appears INDO-PACOM -- India-Pacific Command -- might be the acronym of the future. Pentagon and State Department studies now routinely refer to the "Indo-Pacific region," as do the defense and foreign policy papers authored by their counterparts in Japan and Australia. "INDO" obviously contracts Indian Ocean, equivalent to "PAC." However, Chinese admirals in Beijing detect another implication: the huge nation that dominates that body of water -- India. To paraphrase Shakespeare's Hamlet, aye, there's the rub. For China, India is a very large rub. The subcontinent dominates the Indian Ocean. China,...
  • The 11 cities most likely to run out of drinking water - like Cape Town

    02/12/2018 9:31:20 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 37 replies
    BBC ^ | 02/12/2018
    Cape Town is in the unenviable situation of being the first major city in the modern era to face the threat of running out of drinking water. However, the plight of the drought-hit South African city is just one extreme example of a problem that experts have long been warning about - water scarcity. Despite covering about 70% of the Earth's surface, water, especially drinking water, is not as plentiful as one might think. Only 3% of it is fresh. Over one billion people lack access to water and another 2.7 billion find it scarce for at least one month...
  • Did this ancient civilization avoid war for 2000 years?

    04/10/2018 3:50:41 AM PDT · by Cronos · 111 replies
    Gizmodo ^ | 2014 | Annilee Newitz
    The Harappan civilization dominated the Indus River valley beginning about five thousand years ago, many of its massive cities sprawling at the edges of rivers that still flow through Pakistan and India today. But its culture remains a mystery. Why did it leave behind no representations of great leaders, nor of warfare? Archaeologists have long wondered whether the Harappan civilization could actually have thrived for roughly 2,000 years without any major wars or leadership cults. Obviously people had conflicts, sometimes with deadly results — graves reveal ample skull injuries caused by blows to the head. But there is no evidence...
  • Runaway train with 1,000 passengers rolls for miles in India

    04/09/2018 5:40:51 AM PDT · by BeadCounter · 59 replies
    CNN ^ | March 9, 2018 | Huizhong Wu
    A disaster was narrowly averted in eastern India Saturday after a runaway train carrying up to 1,000 passengers rolled with speed for several miles before being brought to an emergency stop by railway staff. Video on social media shows the train, which was traveling from the western state of Gujarat to Odisha state in the east, speeding past stations as onlookers and passengers scream helplessly. The train was eventually stopped after railway workers placed wooden wedges on the tracks, bringing it to a crunching halt.
  • A new study squelches a treasured theory about Indians’ origins [Aryan Invasion]

    04/08/2018 5:51:46 AM PDT · by C19fan · 37 replies
    The Economist ^ | April 5, 2018 | Staff
    A CENTURY and a half ago linguists invented a new map of the world. Their research showed that a single family tree stretches its branches almost unbroken across most of Eurasia: from Iceland to Bangladesh, most people speak languages descended from “Proto-Indo-European”. The philologists had a theory to explain why Sanskrit, the ancient forebear of Hindi, has closer cousins in Europe than in south India. They speculated that at some point before the composition of the Vedas, the oldest texts of Hinduism, an Aryan people had migrated into India from the north-west, while their kin pushed westward into Europe. Long...
  • 68% of Indian military equipment is ‘vintage’ say officials

    04/03/2018 9:49:32 AM PDT · by C19fan · 20 replies
    UK Defense Journal ^ | April 2, 2018 | George Allison
    Indian officers and officials expressed concerns before an Indian parliamentary committee on defence, service chiefs revealed dire shortfalls in equipment and investment. According to an article that appeared in the Asia section of the print edition of ‘The Economist’: “Judging from the three services’ own testimony, the airing of such grievances is long overdue. MPs were told that some 68% of the army’s equipment, much of which was first supplied by the Soviet Union, such as BMP-2 personnel carriers and Shilka anti-aircraft guns, may be described as “vintage”
  • Law of church above law of land: Cardinal George Alencherry

    04/01/2018 7:40:01 PM PDT · by Jyotishi · 9 replies
    Deccan Chronicle ^ | Saturday, March 31, 2018 | Not specified
    The cardinal's comments came even as the Supreme Court had recently observed that the charges against the cardinal were of a very serious nature. [Photo] Cardinal George Alencherry KOCHI: Cardinal George Alencherry, who is at the centre of the controversial land deals of the Ernakulam-Angamaly archdiocese, has said the legal system of the country should not interfere in the Canon laws. Speaking after the Good Friday Mass at the Kokkamangalam St. Thomas Church in Alappuzha, Cardinal Alenchery, Major Archbishop of the Syro-Malabar Church, said it was the "duty of the citizen to obey the rule of law existing in the country,...
  • A shift and acceleration coming in April[ Charismatic Caucus]

    03/26/2018 12:17:07 PM PDT · by Jedediah · 6 replies
    Bible ^ | Bible
    I saw a line between the month of march leading into April then Jesus on The throne as described in Ezekiel with the wheels within the wheels beneath him and The Spirit of The Lord in the wheels moving Him forward . Then I heard this word come forth . . . My kingdom has come upon the Earth now through my Chosen ones so get ready for a shift and acceleration in the spiritual realm for truly I AM about to shake all creation until all that is left is My Kingdom come. I saw many left behind as...
  • UK: Rochdale, notorious for Muslim rape gang activity, celebrates “Pakistan Day”

    03/26/2018 1:06:06 PM PDT · by detective · 9 replies
    Jihad Watch ^ | Mar 25, 2018 | Robert Spencer
    One of Britain’s most notorious Muslim rape gangs operated in Rochdale. A detective who exposed this gang’s activity was “threatened and bullied” by other cops for doing so. And now these fond and foolish Rochdale leaders are celebrating the nation and culture that brought them those Muslim rape gangs. Perhaps Mayor Duckworth and MP Tony Lloyd and the rest of them think that this nauseating Islamopandering will encourage the Muslims in Rochdale to integrate. If they just feel loved enough, they’ll drop the jihad, end the rape gangs, and become loyal, productive Britons — right? Won’t they? After all, jihad...
  • Saudi Arabia opens airspace to Israel for the first time

    03/24/2018 11:22:56 AM PDT · by GoldenState_Rose · 29 replies
    The UK Telegraph ^ | Mar 2018 | Foreign Staff
    Saudi Arabia opened its airspace for the first time to a commercial flight to Israel with the inauguration on Thursday of an Air India route between New Delhi and Tel Aviv. Air India 139 landed at Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport after a flight of over 7-1/2 hours, marking a diplomatic shift for Riyadh that Israel says was fuelled by shared concern over Iranian influence in the region. "This is a really historic day that follows two years of very, very intensive work," Israeli Tourism Minister Yariv Levin said in a radio interview, adding that using Saudi airspace cut travel...
  • 'I meant no disrespect': Hillary admits she 'upset or offended' some Americans

    03/18/2018 1:57:15 PM PDT · by COUNTrecount · 126 replies
    Daily Mail UK ^ | March 18, 2018 | Nikki Schwab
    'I meant no disrespect': Hillary admits she 'upset or offended' some Americans with comments she made about Trump supporters and white women voting like their husbands Hillary Clinton took to Facebook to explain some comments she made in India that had drawn criticism from Democrats and the Trump White House 'I understand how some of what I said upset people and can be misinterpreted,' Clinton said in the post The ex-nominee said she wasn't trying to attack red states when she talked about how areas that went for Trump weren't as economically advantage She stood her ground - while noting...
  • Nation [India] Pays Tributes To Kalpana Chawla On Her 56th Birth Anniversary

    03/17/2018 7:53:27 AM PDT · by BenLurkin · 2 replies
    NEWS WORLD INDIA ^ | | March 17 , 2018 , 19:23 IST
    An inspiration and idol to countless girls, Kalpana Chawla was the first Indian woman to fly in space. Born on 17 March 1962, in Karnal, Haryana. She acquired her Bachelor of Engineering degree in Aeronautical Engineering from Punjab Engineering College in Chandigarh in 1982. After completing her graduation in Engineering, she moved from India to the US in 1982 and made her first space trip aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia in 1997. During her first space mission, she also spoke to the then Prime Minister of India Inderjit K Gujral from the orbit. Chawla's second space trip in 2003 ended...
  • Hillary's Hateful Harangue

    03/16/2018 6:45:23 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 26 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | March 16, 2018 | David Limbaugh
    Hillary Clinton's abhorrent remarks in Mumbai, India, last week warrant our attention because, like it or not, they represent the thinking of a large swath of the modern Democratic Party. But my aim is not to highlight Clinton's never-ending catalog of excuses for losing the presidential election, except to note that rather than blame everyone and everything but herself, she should apologize for stealing the nomination. If she hadn't done that, she wouldn't have to blame anyone. She should also have to answer for FISA-gate, but I don't want to waste space demonstrating Clinton's unfitness for office -- because I...
  • Hillary Clinton Slips in Bathtub in India; Fractures Hand

    03/16/2018 8:06:47 AM PDT · by Gamecock · 96 replies
    Brietbart ^ | 16 Mar 2018 | CHARLIE SPIERING
    Failed former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton continues to suffer mishaps on her foreign trip to India. The former Democratic nominee was treated at a hospital after she slipped in a bathtub and fractured her hand, according to reports.
  • Hillary Clinton layers a scarf, shawl and custom kurta with extra-long sleeve to hide ...

    03/16/2018 3:48:07 PM PDT · by Zakeet · 143 replies
    (UK) Daily Mail ^ | March 16, 2018 | Chris Spargo
    Complete Headline: It takes a village: Hillary Clinton layers a scarf, shawl and custom kurta with extra-long sleeve to hide broken wrist after hotel tub fall while touring Jaipur Hillary Clinton customized her traditional kurta while in Jaipur on Thursday to hide the plaster cast she received after fracturing her wrist in India The loose-fitting top was pulled tight across her torso to create an empire-waist, thus lengthening one of the sleeves which she used to cover her wrist Hillary, 71, also used her scarf and shawl to cover up the wrist as she took in the historic monuments with...