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Entering the Silence, What is Meditation part 1 Lecture Film

In a word with you, Analyst talk, Films, Hindu Diaspora News, hinduism news, India news, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports, Strange new world on June 30, 2011 at 10:38 am

Pashupati seated Shiva in meditation dated 3000 BC

Entering the Silence – How to… How does one Meditate ? How do we Begin ? What do we gain by Meditating ? Does Meditation have Objective impact on ourselves and the world around us ? We begin studying Meditation from the basics to the little known vistas of action upon earth.

Aron’s lecture

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Forest fires surround Nuclear Lab at Los Alamos, NASA peeps into live Volcano

In a word with you, Adventure, Analyst talk, Human Rights, Israel and Jews, Libya live video feeds and Updates, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports, Nature and Environment, Space and Science on June 30, 2011 at 10:23 am

Nasa's satellite pee into the Volcano from outer space

Raw Video: Wildfire Burns in N.M.

From: AssociatedPress | Jun 29, 2011 | 362 views

More fire crews are arriving to help battle a wildfire that threatens the city of Los Alamos and the government nuclear lab there. (June 29)

Amazing NASA images: Satellite ‘looks’ inside erupting Nabro volcano

From: RussiaToday | Jun 28, 2011 | 8,183 views

NASA has released two stunning satellite images – among the first detailed pictures of the erupting vent and lava flows. They were acquired by the Advanced Land Imager aboard the Earth Observing-1 satellite on June 24, 2011. Since it began erupting on June 12, 2011, emissions from Eritrea’s Nabro Volcano have drifted over much of East Africa and the Middle East. Satellite remote sensing is currently the only reliable way to monitor the ongoing eruption. The bright red portions of the false-color image (top) indicate hot surfaces. Hot volcanic ash glows above the vent, located in the center of Nabro’s caldera. To the west of the vent, portions of an active lava flow (particularly the front of the flow) are also hot.

NATO Warning: Bombs may hit any place at any time!

From: RussiaToday | Jun 28, 2011 | 14,265 views

Libya’s justice minister says Tripoli is refusing to recognise the arrest warrant for Colonel Gaddafi, issued by the International Criminal Court at the Hague. Gaddafi and his closest allies are accused of ordering war crimes to be carried out against their own people. But Tripoli says the actions by the ICC are just a cover for continued NATO bombings. RT’s Maria Finoshina went to see the effects of the airstrikes on the Libyan people.

War Criminal Bashir reaches China,

Sudan Leader Bashir Arrives in China, 24-Hours Late

From: NTDTV | Jun 29, 2011 | 11 views

The leader of Sudan has finally arrived in China on a state visit. Omar al-Bashir is wanted for war crimes. The visit has been condemned by other nations as well as human rights groups. Yet Sudan is one of China’s biggest trading partners.

The Sudanese leader wanted for war crimes, Omar al-Bashir, steps down on to the tarmac in Beijing. This is the start of an official state visit.

The International Criminal Court has issued a warrant for Bashir’s arrest, relating to his involvement in genocide in Sudan’s Darfur region.

Yet the Chinese regime is not a signatory of the ICC and has long been a major economic partner of Sudan. The African nation is one of China’s largest suppliers of crude oil.

Bashir’s plane arrived 24 hours late, after several countries refused him permission to fly through their airspace, but the Chinese regime insisted the visit go ahead.

HRP says over 70 people have ‘Disappeared’ after extra-Judicial Custody by Malaysian ‘cops’

In a word with you, Analyst talk, Crime and human story, Hindu Diaspora News, hinduism news, Human Rights, India news, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports, world that matters on June 30, 2011 at 8:26 am

HRP says over 70 gone missing after being whisked away by the Malaysian Police

More than 70 people have gone missing after they were taken away by ‘policemen’, never to be seen again, Pakatan MPs said.


More than 70 people are believed to have been abducted by “policemen”, Pakatan Rakyat MPs alleged. DAP Ipoh Barat MP M Kulasegaran said that these people were last seen led away by plainclothes “policemen”.
“Something dreadful has happened to them while on the way to police stations… they were led away in the company of people armed with the stuff of law enforcement,” he told reporters in the Parliament lobby yesterday.
Kulasegaran said that these people then disappeared, never to be seen again. He added that more than 70 separate police reports have been lodged in the last eight months with regard to the matter.
In one example, he said that “two or three men” appeared at a Gunong Rapat house near Ipoh last week.
“Claiming they were police personnel … they produced police identity papers, carried handcuffs and were armed with firearms. But they were not in uniform and arrived in unmarked vehicles,” said Kulasegaran.
He heard about the case from the couple’s family members. When he inquired about the couple’s fate at the Ipoh police station, he found out that the police did not call them in for questioning.
“They had no dealings with the police… No connections whatsoever!” said Kulasegaran.

Similar circumstances
PKR Kapar MP S Manickavasagam said that he knew of a Subang Jaya businessman who disappeared under similar circumstances in June.
“His family came to my office, and we sent a memorandum to the Inspector-General of Police (Ismail Omar), lodged three police reports, but until now he’s (still) missing,” he said.
Manickavasagam added that the businessman had not left the country as his passport was still in his house.
He added that he had heard of four similar cases through DAP Puchong MP Gobind Singh Deo.
Kulasegaran filed a motion on the matter on Monday. However, it was rejected in Dewan Rakyat Speaker Pandikar Amin Mulia’s Chambers yesterday.
In a letter to Kulasegaran, Pandikar Amin said that the police were investigating the matter, and did not consider the motion as urgent for debate.
A disappointed Kulasegaran said: “Contrary to the views of the Speaker, the motion should have been debated as the police could have explained the factors… why to date over 70 people have gone missing.”
“At first, we thought it was just a normal (case of) missing people. But many of them are in their 40s or their 50s.”
He suspected that many of these missing people were most likely murdered. He said that the police were also not serious in investigating these cases, saying: “When we went and lodged the police report, they themselves cannot synchronise.”


Menacing Military Moves of Iran as Ships laden with Chemical weapons approaches Israel

In Adventure, Analyst talk, Global terror, Israel and Jews, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports, Video Stream-Middle East Uprising on June 29, 2011 at 8:49 pm

Iran unleashed its fire power and weaponry to dazzle Israel besieged by Hamas Flotilla

Israel, Lebanon, Syria: Lull before War?

From: RussiaToday | Jun 29, 2011 | 1,109 views

Israel has deployed new missile defence systems near its border with Lebanon, fearing strikes from Hezbollah. The Islamist group doesn’t want its long-time ally, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, to be toppled. And there’s also speculation it might be willing to divert Western pressure away from him, by launching an attack against Israel. RT’s Paula Slier reports now on how the delicate balance in the region, could spill further out of control.

Israel claims Flotilla carries chemical weapons

From: RussiaToday | Jun 28, 2011 | 6,063 views

Israel says an international aid flotilla is carrying chemical weapons which could be used on soldiers attempting to stop it reaching Gaza. The Israeli Defence Force has been ordered to prevent the 10 ships from making it to the Palestinian territories. For more on this i’m joined by Itamar Shapira from Jerusalem, who was on a similar aid flotilla last year

Iranian war games warn West

From: Euronews | Jun 28, 2011 | 2,457 views

Iran’s latest round of war games come with warnings for Israel and the United States. Revolutionary Guards General Amir Ali Hajizadeh has said Iran is prepared to strike at Israel and US interests in the event of any attack on Iran.

Day two of a planned ten-day show of strength, dubbed Great Prophet 6, saw the launch of 14 surface-to-surface missiles given bold play by Iranian television.

Wave of 9 Suicide Bombers kill 10 at kabul, Communist Butchers face Trial in Cambodia

In Crime and human story, Global terror, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports, Pakistan, terror tora tora, Video Stream-Middle East Uprising on June 29, 2011 at 8:35 pm

9 Suicide Bombers in waves hit the Hotel at Kabul killing atleast 10

Afghan Hotel Raided Overnight, 19 Dead
From: AssociatedPress | Jun 29, 2011 | 396 views
NATO helicopters fired rockets to help end a siege at a luxury hotel in the Afghan capital Kabul overnight. Officials said 19 people died including 8 suicide attackers and 3 policemen. (June 29)

Kabul Hotel Assault: Suicide bombing attack kill 10
From: RussiaToday | Jun 29, 2011 | 1,068 views
At least 10 people are reported killed and eight wounded in a suicide and gun attack, on a hotel in the Afghan capital Kabul. Reports say militants wearing civilian clothes burst into the Intercontinental while guests were having dinner. At least one militant blew himself up and several others took positions on the roof, after a shootout with police. The four hour standoff was ended by an airstrike from a NATO helicopter. The Taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack

Cambodian Prayer Ceremony Remembers Khmer Rouge Victims
From: NTDTV | Jun 27, 2011 | 56 views

Two Tuol Sleng prison survivors lead a small prayer ceremony to remember the 1.7 million people killed during the Khmer Rouge regime. It was held two days before a UN-backed court puts four of its senior leaders on trial.

Two survivors of the Khmer Rouge regime led a prayer ceremony on Saturday to remember those who died during that brutal regime.

This came two days before four senior Khmer Rouge leaders were to stand trial.

Both Tuol Sleng prison survivors, Bou Meng and Chum Mei, walked up steps to the Killing Fields monument where they offered prayers and promised justice for the regime victims.

Khmer Rouge ‘core’ goes on trial
From: Euronews | Jun 27, 2011 | 473 views
Now frail and elderly pensioners, they nonetheless stand accused of being privy to the decisions taken by the regime of the Khmer Rouge.

They are 79-year-old Kieu Samphan, the former head of state of what was known at the time as Democratic Kampuchea; 84-year-old Nuon Chea, the regime’s former Number Two; 85-year-old Ieng Sary who was the Minister for Foreign Affairs, while his wife, 79-year-old Ieng Tearit, took charge of social affairs in the country.

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