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Parsi Punchayet breaks ties with its youth wing

Mumbai: The Bombay Parsi Punchayet has broken ties with Zoroastrian Youth for the Next Generation (ZYNG), its youth wing which worked to get young people in the community together. The BPP trustees allege that ZYNG was elitist in its functioning and never ... The Hindu, 1 day ago

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Parsiana

Launched in November 1964, is the international Zoroastrian community's leading English language publication. Covering a wide range of community related topics from politics to religion and art to business, the semimonthly magazine (24 issues a ...
 ZDNet1 month ago Parsi directory now available as mobile app  Times of India1 month ago Parsis: A small but vibrant community in 19th century  Shanghai Daily3 weeks ago Should next TCS Chief also be from Parsi community?  Economic Times1 month ago

Cyrus Mistry fiasco: Acid test for brand Tata's business basics

MUMBAI: Humata(good thoughts), Hukhta (good words), Hvarshta (good deeds). Those three principles form a cornerstone of Zoroastrianism, so it's only natural that Tata group founder Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata inscribed them on his coat of arms in ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago The language of music  Hindu Business Line1 month ago
DNA India

In good faith: Having a priest for a parent

Zoroastrianism Apart from marrying within the community and refraining from smoking, as fire is considered sacred and the principal form of worship, Delzad Yezdi Bamji, Dilnaz Nalladaru and Hanoz Mahiar Vajidar— children of Zoroastrian ...
 DNA India1 month ago
Times of India

XYZ Stepping Forward: 12,199 pairs of footwear collected in 3 hour

MUMBAI: XYZ's (Xtremely Young Zoroastrians) MAD (MakeA Difference) Initiative called 'XYZ Stepping Forward' - held a shoe collection drive recently and gathered 12,199 pairs of footwear within three hours. The footwear was eventually given to ...
 Times of India2 months ago Mumbai: 12,199 pairs of shoes collected for underprivileged  Indian Express2 months ago
Money Control

RBI asks banks to give data on credit facility to minorities

According to the Ministry of Minority Affairs, Sikhs Muslims, Christians, Zoroastrians, Buddhists and Jains are the listed minority communities in India.
 Money Control2 months ago
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My religion is nobody else's business, says CJI Thakur

Thakur for speaking at the book launch of 'The Inner Fire, faith, choice and modern-day living in Zoroastrianism' penned by Rohinton F Nariman.
 DNA2 weeks ago Religion has claimed more lives than politics, says CJI  The Hindu2 weeks ago Chief Justice T S Thakur says religion is very personal  Nagaland Post2 weeks ago Meet the real life scholars-turned-Judges: Justice Rohinton Nariman and Justice BN Srikrishna on the importance of Truth  Financial Express2 weeks ago
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Blessing of Prophet Zoroaster

This app contains a rare Yasht or hymn from the ancient Khordeh Avesta, a collection of Zoroastrian sacred texts. The hymn consists of a blessing recited by Prophet Zoroaster or Zarathustra (Zartusht) to Shah Vishtaspa, who became his devoted patron ...
 ZDNet2 weeks ago

Zoroastrians consulted on citizenship charter's draft: Rep.

TEHRAN Esfandiyar Ekhtiyari, who represents Iran's Zoroastrian community in the country's 290-seat legislature, has said representatives of religious minorities have requested changes be made to a citizenship charter, on which the Rouhani ...
 Tehran Times4 weeks ago
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Tata Group caught between globalization, Zoroastrianism

MUMBAI -- The turmoil in the top echelon of the Tata group underscores problems that are facing India's biggest conglomerate from an unconventional point of view: religion. Colaba, a district in the southern part of Mumbai, has a peculiar section ...
 Nikkei Asian Review1 month ago Monetizing India's Past: Evolution of the Indian currency  DNA India1 week ago Ratan Tata-Cyrus Mistry feud blow to Parsi pride  Economic Times2 weeks ago Business feud shocks Indian community  Yahoo! Xtra Business3 weeks ago
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