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Meet Eco Baba who cleaned 100 miles of river all by himself

Meet Eco Baba who cleaned 100 miles of river all by himself

One of the most renowned environmentalists of Punjab, the man who has been actively creating awareness among people regarding environment protection, the ECO Baba, — Balbir Singh Seechewal is the new talk of the town as his efforts have made the sacred Kale Bein river lively again. 160 km long Kale Bein river is a [...]

April 10, 2016 HHR Archives, Dharmic Ecology 0

‘We Are Spirits In The Monotheist World’ : Part One

‘We Are Spirits In The Monotheist World’ :  Part One

The concept of monotheism is taken to mean belief in just one god, deity, the creator. This is contrasted with polytheism which belief in many gods, as well as atheism which is denial of such a supernatural being. But is it just so simple? Has this monotheist narrative now spilled over into what we would [...]

May 12, 2015 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights 2

Pakistan government restores ancient Hindu temple

Pakistan government restores ancient Hindu temple

The government of Pakistan has restored an historic Hindu temple in Punjab province’s Chakwal region. Members of the country’s Hindu minority have thanked authorities for renovating the temple – called Katasraj – saying it is a significant step in reassuring them of their status in a Muslim-majority society. [...]

January 2, 2014 HHR HHR Videos, Pakistan 0

India’s Punjab, A Generation At Risk

India’s Punjab, A Generation At Risk

From heroin and opium to barbiturates, cough syrup and painkillers, three out of four young people in Punjab are drug addicts. Over the last few years, the number of private detox centres has exploded. In some districts, pharmacies outnumber grocery stores. Why are drugs such a problem in this state, one of the richest in [...]

October 5, 2012 HHR World Focus 0