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...where governments are supposed to adopt a landmark deal to fight climate change. In a 38-page submission citing Mahatma Gandhi, the Indian government said it would slash the rate of emissions relative to gross domestic product by 33-35 percent by 2030...
It?s time for peace

...part of a collective effort to suppress the lingering threat of violence and ultimately, nuclear proliferation. As Mahatma Gandhi put it best, ?We must be the change we wish to see in the world.? About 1,000 volunteers recently met in Washington...

...Anytime there's a monetary value added to clicks, there's going to be people going to the dark side," said Mitul Gandhi, CEO of seoClarity, a Des Plaines, Ill., social media marketing firm that weeds out phony online engagements.
Educating a nation

...discriminated against to the point of having education taken away, something Americans consider a right, is horrifying. As Gandhi pointed out, "If you educate a man, you educate an individual; but if you educate a woman, you educate a nation." That's...
Southwell: Stand up for state's interests

...State Legislatures throughout the Nation are waking up and exercising their Constitutional rights under the 10th Amendment. Gandhi did it best, peaceful, non-violent, non-cooperation. States should nullify or just not cooperate with unconstitutional...
Is taking life really justice?: Renewed death penalty debate begs the question, 'Is it worth it?'

"If everyone took an eye for an eye, the whole world would be blind." -- Mohandas Gandhi "Hang 'em high," says Rep. Jay Ramras, of Fairbanks, in regard to a bill introduced by Rep. Mike Chenault, of Nikiski...
Kenai Peninsula Online - Alaska Newspaper -

...he's been back in Soldotna and his hair and moustache are growing in, no longer leaving him looking like a cross between Gandhi and David Letterman's band leader, Paul Schaeffer, as was the running joke while he was in the hospital. He isn't totally...

Opens Wednesday, Jun 20, 2012 Synopsis: Kumare is a yogi and holy man from India who has come to the American Southwest to share his knowledge and help others achieve spiritual enlightenment. He's also a phony, the invention of filmmaker Vikram Gandhi, who was born and raised in New York City and is fascinated by the way many Americans are drawn to the perceived exoticism of the East. Knowing little about yoga or traditional Indian spiritual practice, Gandhi traveled to Phoenix, AZ, set himself up as the new prophet in town, making up his "wisdom" as he want along and allowing his camera crew to capture what happens to those who take the bait. A surprisingly large number of intelligent and thoughtful people became Kumare's disciples, and in the documentary Kumare, Gandhi allows us to ponder if his followers are dupes or simply people looking for spiritual solace who take their enlightenment where they can get it. At the same time, Gandhi is forced to look at himself and Kumare's unexpected impact on the community. Kumare received its world premiere at the 2011 South by Southwest Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi Movie Details Buy Tickets Movie Review



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