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Rationalists oppose State-sponsored Pushkaram

Don't spend State funds on religious festival but promote scientific temper, they say The Rationalists Association of India has urged Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu not to encourage superstitious belief associated with Krishna Pushkaram that ... The Hindu, 1 month ago

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Periyar: Rationalist Bahujan Socialist Revolutionary And The Crusader Against Casteism

), commonly known as Periyar also referred as E. V. R. or Thanthai Periyar, was an Indian social activist, freedom fighter and politician who started the Self-Respect Movement and Dravidar Kazhagam. Biography Born in 1879 into a rich family of ...
 Counter Currents1 week ago

Popularise teachings of rationalist E.V. Ramasamy

ONGOLE: Muncipal Commissioner S. Venkatakrishna on Sunday exhorted the rationalists to popularise the teachings of E.V. Ramasamy Periyar and other rationalists to lay the foundation for a humanist society. Taking part in the birth anniversary of ...
 The Hindu6 days ago

Andhra, Telangana under fire for funding river fest

IANS/Hyderabad The Andhra Pradesh and Telangana governments have come under flak from rationalists and atheists for spending public funds on ongoing Krishna Pushkaralu river festival. They alleged that the governments in both the ...
 Gulf Times1 month ago Andhra, Telangana criticised for funding river fest  Yahoo! India1 month ago Athiests criticise Andhra Pradesh, Telangana for funding river fest with public funds  Firstpost.com1 month ago Atheists criticise Andhra Pradesh, Telangana for ...  Firstpost.com1 month ago

'Miracle' patient speaks as Mother Teresa set for sainthood

Harirampur (India) (AFP) - Sitting in her mud house in eastern India, Monica Besra vividly recalls the "blinding light" emanating from Mother Teresa's photo that she believes helped cure her cancer -- one of the two recognised miracles that ...
 Yahoo! Finance3 weeks ago Mother Teresa set for sainthood Miracle patient speaks  Arab Times3 weeks ago Miracle Patient Speaks As Mother Teresa Set For Sainthood  Malaysian Digest3 weeks ago

70th Independence Day 2016: Celebrate hypocrisy 7 reasons why democracy in India is a farce!

August 15 is the day to cheer. On this day, the nation celebrates freedom. This independence was extracted from the colonial rule of British. On this day, it is customary for every Indian to show his patriotism. The sense of nationalism gets ...
 India.com1 month ago

At 33,000, atheists are the newest minority in India: Census 2011

New Delhi : There's a new minority to contend with and, at a little over 33,000, they are fewer in number than the Parsis. But the unbelieving atheists - counted separately for the first time in Census 2011 - just cannot agree with the figure. To ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago Only 33,000? Atheists cannot believe the Indian census count  Weekly Voice1 month ago 33,000? Atheists can't believe census count  Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago

'Hands that help are better than lips that pray'

BHUBANESWAR, July 26 -- Humanist to the core, Prof Dhaneswar Sahoo is the founder of the Odisha Rationalist Society. He is a retired teacher of philosophy after serving in different Government colleges of Odisha. He superannuated from the BJB ...
 HT Syndication2 months ago Hands that help are better than lips that pray  New Delhi Pioneer2 months ago

'Distribute Teresa's pictures instead of opening hospitals'

As the Vatican conferred sainthood on Mother Teresa, an organisation promoting scientific thinking on Sunday ridiculed Indian politicians for attending the canonisation ceremony that "promoted superstition" and asked them to distribute her pictures instead of ...
 Prokerala3 weeks ago Distribute Teresa's pictures instead of opening hospitals  Can India News3 weeks ago

India rejoices at Mother Teresa's canonisation

WE recently recorded the death of Abdul Sattar Edhi, who moved from British India to Pakistan and built his country's largest privately-run ambulance service. His rags-to-riches philanthropy story was unique in that he chose to remain in rags ...
 New Straits Times2 weeks ago
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