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Art of Giving: Charity is a Solution for World Poverty

A Syrian refugee family from Aleppo in Istanbul, Turkey

All religions of the world encourage their followers to give away something or other in charity for the sake of poor. Unfortunately, this is not taken as seriously as it should have been because of misconceptions attached to the act. The saying that there is never enough for ones needs …

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Psychological Effects of Fasting

Fasting boosts production of nemotrophic-factors protein that improves brain functioning.

Traditionally fasting is associated with religious observance as followers of the world’s major religions practice some form of fasting. Medical research on fasting has shown benefits in areas of obesity, cancer, lupus, skin conditions, allergies, addictions, blood pressure, etc. There is now also increasing research on psychological benefits of fasting. …

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SIO Presses for Implementation of RTE in its Entirety

SIO Telangana met both SCERT Director S. Jaganath Reddy and School Education Direcotr G Kishan IAS in Hyderabad

Education has always been important and it is crucial for the entire developmental process of a country, its welfare and progress. As we know that RTE act completed 6 years, social auditing of 12 states (Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Telangana, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Delhi, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Jharkhand) …

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