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Atheism : Analyzing its Growing Across Developed Economies

As atheism and secularism rise, the global religious landscape is undergoing profound changes. From Europe's steep decline in Christian affiliation to North America's growing non-religious 'nones,' these shifts are reshaping societal norms, challenging traditional moral codes, and influencing global politics and community dynamics.

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Fat Man: Remembering the Trinity Nuclear Test

This July 2024, we reflect on the Trinity Test in New Mexico, where "Fat Man" was detonated, reshaping WWII and ushering in the nuclear age. The test's enduring legacy continues to influence global politics, ethics, and disarmament efforts, reminding us of the profound implications of nuclear power.

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Blue Origin Takes First Human Test Flight to Space

On July 20, 2021, Blue Origin marked a significant milestone in commercial space travel with its first manned flight, coinciding with the 52nd anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. This event not only celebrated technological prowess but also heralded a new era in space tourism, driven by private sector innovation.

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Sanatan Dharma: A Philosophy Beyond Theism and Atheism

Explore the rich tapestry of Sanatan Dharma, a philosophy that transcends traditional religious boundaries, integrating atheistic and theistic views alike. This blog delves into its philosophical depth, examining how concepts like karma and dharma foster a unique ethical framework that resonates with seekers of truth across different cultures and times.

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French Revolution: A Day That Echoed Through History

Discover the profound events of July 14, 1789, the French Revolution day, when the Bastille was stormed, signaling the seismic shift from monarchy to the birth of modern democracy in France. This blog delves into the historical context, the day of uprising, and how it influenced revolutionary movements worldwide, celebrating the enduring legacy of Bastille Day.

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Teaching and Learning Methods in Modern Contexts

Explore the integration of traditional and Western teaching and learning methods in modern contexts. This series examines how age-old frameworks like the Gurukul and Madrasa systems adapt to today's global educational landscape, influencing contemporary practices and preparing learners for global challenges. Discover the dynamic evolution of educational systems from their ancient roots to modern applications.

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Amarnath Yatra: Ethical Reflections on the 2017 Attack

Explore the profound implications of the 2017 Amarnath Yatra attack, where pilgrims on a sacred journey were targeted by terrorists. This feature delves into the ethical, social, and geopolitical layers of the incident, highlighting the ongoing efforts to bolster pilgrimage security and engage in effective counter-terrorism measures.

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Extremism, the 7/7 London Bombings and Global Terror Infrastructure

On July 7, 2005, London's public transport system became the stage for a devastating display of extremism. This blog post explores the intricate terror networks behind the bombings, their impact on global security, and the ongoing struggle against terrorism that challenges the international community to enhance cooperation and protect civil liberties.

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Teaching and Learning Methods: Integrating Time-Honored Education Systems

Explore the dynamic integration of traditional and Western teaching and learning methods in modern contexts. This series delves into how age-old educational frameworks like the Gurukul and Madrasa are evolving within today's global educational landscape, influencing contemporary practices and preparing learners for global challenges.

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Importance of the Day 23 June: Air India Bombing of 1985

On 'Importance of the Day 23 June,' we reflect on the 1985 Air India bombing—one of the deadliest aviation terror attacks. The event underscores the crucial need for rigorous international security measures and spotlights ongoing governance issues within Canadian handling of terrorism and political dissidents.