Oye! News from South Asians Abroad
Hindus have commended launching of yoga classes at Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly airports; calling it a step in the positive direction.
These classes, being offered till August 13 on Fridays and Saturdays, include yoga and breathing exercises in the boarding lounges of
Hindus have applauded launching of yoga sessions at Santiago International Airport (SCL), Chile’s busiest airport; calling it a step in the positive direction.
SCL is offering complimentary yoga sessions three days a week during peak time passenger traffic at International Departures Gate
The proportion of Hindus in Myanmar has remained constant at around 0.5 per cent over the forty year period, according to Myanmar Census 2014 Report on Religion released this month.
In Myanmar’s enumerated population, there were 252,763 (0.5%) Hindus. Largest number of Hindus, 100,166
Hindus have welcomed football team of Notre Dame High School (NDHS), a prestigious Roman Catholic institution in Chattanooga (Tennessee) whose mission “is to share the Catholic faith”, for reportedly adopting yoga practice.
Commending the NDHS for coming forward and providing an opportunity
Hindus have commended Minnesota State Fair, claimed to be “one of the largest expositions in the world”, for introducing yoga this year.
Called “The Great Yoga Get-Together at Carousel Park” and asking fair-goers to “stop by to try different styles of yoga”, it will offer
Distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed has commended UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) World Heritage Committee for inscribing Nalanda Mahavihara (Nalanda University) Archaeological Site in Bihar (India) on the World Heritage List.
Zed, who is
Hindus are urging Blizzard Entertainment to withdraw Devi (Goddess) skin of Symmetra character in its Overwatch video game, calling it inappropriate.
Skins are said to be alternate appearances that players can apply to characters in video games.
Distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan