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Over half of all believers in US say suffering is part of God’s larger plan, Pew survey finds

Aimed at understanding what Americans think about the existence of God, the survey also showed how few adults seem to question religious beliefs because of human suffering.
Jama Masjid, New Delhi | Photo by Suraj Singh Bhisht | ThePrint

Pew findings show Indians live religiously segregated. Blame the State

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Our children will be financially worse off than us, adults in 17 big economies say in survey

The Pew survey was conducted between 1 February and 26 May in 17 countries, including Australia, the UK, Sweden, Japan, France, Germany, the US and Spain.
S.Y. Quraishi

‘Too good to be true’ — former CEC Quraishi on Pew survey on religion in India

Former CEC SY Quraishi said Pew survey does not account for the prevailing 'hate discourse' and 'polarisation' in the country.
The tribal population of Rajasthan has also kept its apprehension aside and is coming forward to get vaccinated against Covid-19. | Photo: Rohit Jain Paras/ThePrint

Pew report tells why Indians don’t assert on pandemics, unemployment, economic exploitation

Religious frameworks do not allow an individual to question the faith. And there is no room for any discussion on the rational aspects of religious philosophies.
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1956 Niyogi panel and Meenakshipuram 1981: Defining moments of religious conversions debate

The Niyogi committee was set up by Congress govt in Madhya Pradesh after several complaints of conversion of tribal Hindus to Christianity came up.
Veer Savarkar |

Pew India survey takes us back to one more thing Gandhi, Savarkar differed on

Debates on religion, its legal boundaries and social policing, in short, are debates on women in India. Calling this ‘patriarchy’ does not explain it away.
Illustration: Ramandeep Kaur | ThePrint

Bezos, Branson & Musk — Are billionaires popularising space travel or just on an ego trip?

Jeff Bezos will travel to the edge of space in his New Shepard aircraft — more than a week after billionaire Richard Branson defeated him in a fast developing space race.