World needs India’s traditions of non-violence, compassion: Dalai Lama

उन्होंने कहा, ‘‘मैं हमेशा अपने आप को भारत का बेटा कहता हूं। चीन के पत्रकार इसे लेकर मुझ पर सवाल उठाते हैं। मैं कहता हूं कि हालांकि मैं शारीरिक रूप से तिब्बती हूं लेकिन मैंने अपने जीवन के 60 साल भारत में बिताए हैं।’’

India’s ancient traditions of non-violence, kindness, love and compassion are needed in today’s world where people are fighting on the basis of religion and countries over territorial disputes, Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama said in New Delhi on Thursday.

India also needs to bring some kind of “revolution” in its education system by combing its 3,000-year-old ancient tradition of high moral teachings with the modern education, he said. “Those mental quality subjects like non-violence, love, kindness and compassion should be included as an academic subject instead of religious teachings,” the 84-year-old said.

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BHU Assistant Professor Firoze Khan: ‘Studied Sanskrit all my life, never made to feel I am Muslim, but now…

अगर कोई हमारे प्राचीन भाषा को सम्मान देता है , तब इतनी नाराज़गी क्यों ?

Having joined as Assistant Professor at Banaras Hindu University’s Sanskrit Vidya Dharam Vigyan (SVDV) 11 days ago, Firoze Khan, a doctorate in Sanskrit, has gone hiding for the past few days, switching off his mobile phone too.

On Monday, a “hawan kund” was set up and around 20 SVDV students were sitting on a dharna outside the Vice- Chancellor’s residence protesting his appointment. The protests have been on since Khan’s appointment, for the only reason that he is a Muslim. No classes have been held since he joined the faculty on November 7.

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IIT-Madras student’s suicide: Fathima’s father demands fair prob

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According to WHO data, the age standardized suicide rate in India is 16.4 per 100,000 for women (6th highest in the world) and 25.8 for men (ranking 22nd).

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IIT मद्रास की छात्रा फातिमा लतीफ की खुदकुशी

फातिमा लतीफ (Fathima Latif) के परिवारवाले इसे आत्महत्या नहीं बल्कि हत्या मान रहे हैं. उन्हें आरोप लगाया कि इसमें IIT मद्रास के ही एक प्रोफेसर का हाथ हो सकता है, जो कथित रूप से उसके अलग धर्म के कारण उसके साथ भेदभाव करता था चेन्नई. IIT मद्रास की छात्रा फातिमा लतीफ (Fathima Latif) की खुदकुशी (Suicide) का मामला लगातार उलझता जा रहा है. किसी को ये यकीन नहीं हो रहा है कि फातिमा ने खुदकुशी कर ली. परिवारवाले इसे आत्महत्या नहीं बल्कि हत्या मान रहे हैं. उन्हें आरोप लगाया कि इसमें IIT मद्रास के ही एक प्रोफेसर का हाथ हो सकता है, जो कथित रूप से उसके अलग धर्म के कारण उसके साथ भेदभाव करता था. बढ़ते दबाव के चलते अब कॉलेज प्रशासन ने केंद्रीय अपराध शाखा को जांच की जिम्मेदारी दी है.


The family of Fathima Latheef has alleged that the 18-year-old, who was found hanging in her hostel room at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Madras, killed herself after facing harassment from a faculty member.

A suicide note retrieved from her phone says “her teacher is the reason for her death”, her father Abdul Latheef said at a press meet here on Tuesday.

Rank holder

Fathima, a first-year student of humanities and a rank holder, joined the IIT in July 2019 and was found dead in her room on Saturday.

Dead student’s family points the finger at IIT teacher
Note from victim’s phone says teacher is reason for death’


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