Daily Archives: November 10, 2018

GUYANA: Miss World Guyana heads to China

Miss World Guyana heads to China

Miss World Guyana 2018, Ambika Ramraj strike a pose during a farewell to China reception at the Urban Gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

The idiom, ‘beauty is only skin-deep’ certainly does not apply to Miss World Guyana, Ambika Ramraj, who is beautiful, inside and out. The 19-year-old who will represent Guyana at the Dec. 8, pageant in Sanya, China, received warm wishes at the Urban Gallery in Williamsburg, during a farewell reception, on Nov. 4.       Continue reading

Parliament of World Religions held in Toronto: the world class Interfaith city

Parliament of World Religions held in Toronto: the world class Interfaith city

By Habeeb Alli – Founder of  One Love Media

Parliament of Religious Leaders

I had the honor of presenting for the second time at the Parliament- a 100 year old Interfaith Institution- on my work as a Chaplain as well as my community engagement work with Toronto’s interfaith bodies. It was indeed a satisfying experience given that Toronto was host to such a global family of some 80 countries from 220 spiritual paths.      Continue reading

The Caribbean honours its overlooked WW1 soldiers – BBC News

The Caribbean honours its overlooked WW1 soldiers

Ex-servicemen in Antigua think the contribution of Caribbean soldiers to WW1 has been overlooked

Ask ex-servicemen in Antigua and Barbuda about their country’s contribution to World War One efforts and the response will be delivered with ample pride and a touch of pique.

This Remembrance Sunday at 11:00, as they do every year, they will join their counterparts around the world and gather at the nation’s Cenotaph to commemorate their fallen, but overlooked, heroes.

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Winners of 2018 Nobel Prize – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Winners: Denis Mukwege and Nadia Murad

Denis Mukwege

Nadia Murad

He has been called the main street of hope while she has led the fight to give more visibility to wartime sexual violence against women.
The Nobel Committee awarded the 2018 Peace Prize to Denis Mukwege and Nadia Murad for ‘their efforts to end the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war and armed conflict. Both laureates have made a critical contribution to focusing attention on, and combating, such war crimes.’.

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