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Religious Statesman Rajan Zed Listed as `Global Person of the Year`

Northern Nevada clergy belonging to various religions and denominations organized a reception in Rajan Zed’s honor.

(RENO) - Distinguished Religious Statesman Rajan Zed “Face2News”, a tri-lingual (English, Hindi and Punjabi) Internet newspaper from Chandigarh (India), has selected distinguished religious statesman Rajan Zed as “Global Person of the Year” for 2013.

“Face2News”, which aims at “stimulating the public discourse in right direction”, says that its team headed by Chief Editor Dharam Loona and Editor Roshan Lal Goyal and constituted of experts from various fields, picked USA based Zed after long and passionate discussions out of a lengthy list of wonderful achievers.

Read Full Article (Dec-27-2013 13:49)

New Film to Tell About America`s Missing in Action - Over 83,000 Still Unaccounted For...

Tomorrow one of them is being laid to rest at 1:00 p.m. in Inglewood Park Cemetery in Southern California, 63 years after his death. The public and all Veterans, especially from the Korean Ware, are encouraged to attend.

(AUBURN, CA) - A Solemn Promise, America¹s Missing in Action Sergeant First Class Joseph Gantt was born in Maryland in 1924 and joined the Army in 1942. He served with distinction in the South Pacific during WWII and then fought in Korea where he went missing in action.

A new film, ³A Solemn Promise, America¹s Missing in Action², (in pre-production) will chronicle stories just like just like SFC Gantt¹s.

Read Full Article (Dec-27-2013 12:00)

Remains of Soldier Returned to Wife Who Never Remarried, After 63 Years

Services for SFC Gantt: Korean War POW returns to US, Inglewood, Saturday, 28th of December

(LOS ANGELES) - SFC Gantt was born in Maryland in 1924 and joined the Army in 1942. He served with distinction in the South Pacific during WWII. Army Sergeant First Class Joseph Gantt, whose remains were returned to his wife and family 63 years after the former POW was captured during the Korean War, will be laid to rest with full military honors on Saturday, December 28, 2013.

SFC Gantt was born in Maryland in 1924 and joined the Army in 1942. He served with distinction in the South Pacific during WWII. He met his wife, formerly Clara Edwards, on a train from Texas to Los Angeles in 1946 and married in June 1948.

Read Full Article (Dec-18-2013 02:18)

Salute to Madiba - `Power is Ours` Rededicate Ourselves to the Long Walk to Freedom: TGTE

Transnational Government of Tamil Eelam (TGTE) Salutes Mandela.

(LONDON) - TGTE Mandela was labeled as a “terrorist” and sentenced to prison for twenty-seven years. Even though Mandela was elected President of South Africa in 1994 and was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, his name was not removed from the “Terrorist Watch List” by the US Government until 2008.

Mandela’s life demonstrated to the rest of us that through fierce commitment to the cause, sacrifice, and determination, eventually we too shall prevail. Mandela has been a symbol of the liberation struggle and its sentiments. He stands as testimony to the triumph of peoples' struggles.

Read Full Article (Dec-16-2013 00:41)

Wreaths Across America

It was a busy day at Arlington National Cemetery.

(ARLINGTON) - Wreaths at Arlington National Cemetery There was a total of 143,000 wreaths place in Arlington National Cemetery on Saturday, December 14, 2013. This is Section 60 and it took almost two hours to place the hand made wreaths from the Worcester Wreath Company of Harrington, Maine.

Their mission is to Remember, Honor, Teach. They receive no government funding. The cost of our programs are paid by individual wreaths sponsors, corporate donors and volunteer truckers.

Read Full Article (Dec-10-2013 18:44)

The Rwanda People`s Party Mourns President Nelson Mandela, a Global Peace Icon

We also extend our deep sorrow and condolences to President Nelson Mandela’s family at this difficult time...

(WASHINGTON, DC) - Nelson Mandela On 05th of December 2013, the world heard with sadness news that South Africa, and Africa as a whole, lost its greatest son, President Nelson Mandela. President Mandela will always be a giant icon for peace, unity and reconciliation.

He helped drag South Africa from the shackles of racist apartheid and pushed it onto a path of peace and reconciliation.

Read Full Article (Dec-09-2013 10:43)

Reconciliation Rather Than Revenge, Assessing the Legacy of Nelson Mandela

Mandela rejected those in the black community who wanted revenge for the years of apartheid and, instead, called for reconciliation and the creation of a democratic, multi-racial society.

(WASHINGTON, DC) - The death of Nelson Mandela has taken from us an extraordinary leader, one who embraced reconciliation rather than revenge, and provided his country with an opportunity to move forward without the bloodshed and strife which has characterized other parts of the African continent.

He used the power of forgiveness and reconciliation to heal deep wounds and usher in an era of peace after decades of racial conflict. On a continent with leaders who remain in power for life, Mandela became a role model, stepping down from the presidency after one term.

Read Full Article (Dec-07-2013 13:01)

Nelson Mandela `Greatness Doesn`t Go On Sale!`

The world is still fighting racism the same way it always has, but under Nelson Mandela things improved, and we were inspired to see change.

(CLEVELAND) - Nelson Mandela Nelson Mandela's name will live through history as one of the world's greatest leaders. He rose to power when he was most needed by a population forced to live as a second-class people.

Indeed, he taught us many lessons about life and death and the need to remain strong when faced with an inflexible system created by human beings who truly viewed their existence as more important, more valuable.

Read Full Article (Dec-03-2013 13:08)

Upset Hindus Urge Withdrawal of Lord Shiva Beer in USA

In Hinduism, Lord Shiva, along with Lord Brahma and Lord Vishnu, forms the great triad of Hindu deities. Moksh (liberation) is the ultimate goal of Hinduism. There are about three million Hindus in USA.

(RENO) - Lord Shiva Upset Hindus have urged Asheville (North Carolina, USA) based Asheville Brewing Co. to apologize and withdraw its Indian Pale Ale beer carrying image of Lord Shiva, calling it highly inappropriate.

This beer, named as “Shiva”, displays the image of Hindu Lord Shiva in Nataraja form.

Read Full Article (Nov-21-2013 22:06)

Switzerland Shows U.S. How to Handle CEOs

Two major parts of the answer are obvious. Switzerland doesn't fight wars, and it doesn't redistribute its wealth upward creating an overclass of multibillionaires.

(WASHINGTON, DC) - Swiss did it why can't we? In Switzerland a petition from 100,000 people, or about 1.25% of the population, creates a public referendum. By this means, last March, Swiss voters created strict limits on executive pay.

On November 24, the Swiss will vote on whether to take a further step -- limiting executive pay to no more than 12 times the lowest salary in the company. Such a maximum wage policy allows the CEO pay increases, but only if workers get at least a twelfth as much.

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