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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
Why and how must we
worship the Divine
grants His Dasara bene-
diction to us.
Goddess Durga confers abundant energy on the
individual. Mother Lakshmi bestows various kinds of
wealth like money, food, gold, and vehicles for
movement, so you lead a happy life in this world.
Mother Saraswathi blesses you with education and
intellect. Hence everyone must worship the three
Divine Mothers. In all this worship, practicing right
conduct (dharma) is of utmost importance. You
should also make proper use of your intellect and
undertake only good, righteous and sacrificial
actions at all times for the benefit of the society and
sanctify your lives. People keep distance among
one another due to differences of opinion. In fact,
you are not different from others. Today they may
appear to be different, but tomorrow they may come
close to you. Hence all should live like brothers and
sisters with love and unity. 'All are one; be alike to
everyone.' This is my special message on this holy
occasion of Navarathri.
Fill your heart with the light of Love so that the evil
qualities of hate, greed and conceit find no place
therein. - Baba
The Sri Sathya baba Org. of T&T
Green Consciousness - Save the Planet.
"Here is your country. Cherish these natural wonders, cher-
ish the natural resources, cherish the history and romance
as a sacred heritage, for your children and your children's
children. Do not let selfish men or greedy interests skin
your country of its beauty, its riches or its romance."
IGUALA---State officials were yesterday
working to determine whether 28 bodies
found in a clandestine grave are students
who were attacked by police suspected of
drug gang links in the southern state of
Guerrero State Prosecutor Inaky Blanco
said the bodies are badly damaged and that
genetic testing could take two weeks to two
months to determine if they are some of
the 43 college students reported missing
after the violent confrontation in Iguala,
located about 120 miles (200 kilometres)
south of Mexico City.
Blanco said one of the people detained
in the case had told investigators that 17
students were taken to that grave site on
the outskirts of the Iguala and killed there.
The grave covering and the burning
appeared fresh, according to one official
close to the case, who was not authorised
to speak to the press. But there are layers
of bodies separated by tarps, the official
added, indicating that some could have been
there for some time.
State police and prosecutors have been
investigating the Iguala city police over a
series of violent incidents last weekend that
resulted in six shooting deaths and more
than two dozen people injured. Investigators
said video showed police taking away an
undetermined number of students, who had
gone to the city to solicit donations.
Authorities have presented charges against
29 people in the case, including 22 police
detained soon after the violence. Three of
the suspects are fugitives, including Iguala s
Blanco said they are still investigating the
motive for the crime, adding that some of
the police have connections to a local drug
CHICAGO---A suburban Chicago man has
been charged with trying to travel overseas
to support the Islamic State group.
Federal prosecutors said yesterday that
FBI agents arrested 19-year-old Mohammed
Hamzah Khan on
O Hare Interna-
They accuse him
of attempting to
travel overseas to
Khan is charged
to provide mate-
rial support to a
appeared in a
federal court yesterday in orange jail clothes.
He could be seen speaking with his attorney
before his hearing started.
The judge ordered that Khan be held at
least until his detention hearing October 9.
28 bodies found in mass grave US man charged
with seeking to
join Islamic State
Mohamed Hamzah Khan
in an undated photo.
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