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Buddhist Voters Aim To Bring Mindfulness To The Ballot Box

A new California-based group wants the estimated 5 million Americans who practice mindfulness to move off their meditation cushions and into the polls on Tuesday (Nov. 6).

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Buddhist ceremonies take place at Grey Roots

People bring their anger, jealousy and ignorance to the Venerable Lama Karma Nangyel and in return he teaches them compassion.

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Adam Yauch meditating against cancer.

Beastie Boys rapper Adam Yauch has invited the rap group’s fans to meditate with him in an effort to help beat cancer, which he has been fighting against since last year.

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Thai Police Find 2,000 Illegally Aborted Fetuses

BANGKOK, 19th november — Two thousand fetuses from illegal abortion clinics have been found hidden at a Buddhist temple here, igniting calls for stricter abortion laws in a nation that is both socially conservative and sexually tolerant.

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Dalai Lama conferred Mother Teresa award

The Dalai Lama was awarded the ’Mother Teresa Memorial Award for Social Justice’ on Thursday in New Delhi, India.

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Gordon Brown’s comments on the Burmese elections

Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown comments on Burmese elections.

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Football star Baggio wins special award from peace laureates

Italian football star Roberto Baggio is this year’s winner of a special award bestowed annually by world’s Nobel Peace Prize laureates.

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Burma frees Aung San Suu Kyi

The Burmese military junta has released pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi from house arrest. The Nobel laureate, who has been detained for 15 of the past 21 years, was greeted by jubilant crowds who had gathered in Rangoon in anticipation of her release.

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The Dalai Lama visits Nara, the ancient Buddhist capital in Japan

Early on a bright and shining morning, His Holiness began the second day of his autumn tour of Japan by traveling across the Deer Park at the heart of the ancient Buddhist capital of Nara, to the modern Nara Prefecture Auditorium, where 250 or so Koreans filled a large room, standing up and greeting him when he appeared.

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Pakistan floods: who is helping the victims?

In July, floods led to one of the largest natural disasters ever in Pakistan. What are the consequences for the Pakistani and does the stricken population gets sufficient aid?

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