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8 children's books on the theme of peace

International Day of Peace: With bright colours and fun illustrations woven into a child-friendly format, The Peace Book is apt for young readers to help them understand the meaning of peace, and the importance of friendship, caring and acceptance.

Posting Portraits for Peace

SAHMAT brought out postcards that showcase different faces of Mahatma Gandhi.

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Theatre review: The play about war and peace leaves you restless yet spellbound

The play was a tragic comedy, pulling emotional chords in a subtle and amusing way.

Leonardo DiCaprio named U.N. messenger of peace for climate

Hollywood actor and environmental activist Leonardo DiCaprio has been named United Nations Messenger of Peace, a post he will use to raise awareness about climate change, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon stated

PM outlines principles for better India-China ties

He said maintaining peace and tranquility in border areas has been the cornerstone of the bilateral relations.

China firmly safeguards sovereignty and uphold peace: Wang Yi

China will assume its due responsibility and make un-remitted efforts to build a harmonious world.

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PC reviews rehab work in Assam; assures all help

Chidambaram visited a shelter camp at the Titaguri High School and at Bhutgaon.

Photo row: CM appeals for peace

Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday appealed to the people to maintain communal harmony after she was briefed that MMS and emails containing provocative messages were being sent with a deliberate motive to disturb peace.

25 senior citizens from J&K visit Sikkim

The two-day tour,organised by the Army,is aimed at spreading the message of peace and harmony.

Peace by Piece

A bunch of students from Dikshant International School have expressed themselves through art on a topic close to their hearts: peace.

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Khattar appeals to maintain peace in Haryana

Chandigarh, Feb 19 (ANI): Addressing the mediapersons after all-party meet on the Jat quota at Chandigarh on Friday, Haryana Chief Minister ML Khattar said a committee has been constituted to look into the matter and the report will come by March 31. He also appealed people to maintain peace and harmony in the state and to stop their agitation. Meanwhile, the protestors disrupted road and rail traffic with the worst hit being the Rohtak-Jhajjar region.

Khattar appeals to maintain peace in Haryana

Chandigarh, Feb 19 (ANI): Addressing the mediapersons after all-party meet on the Jat quota at Chandigarh on Friday, Haryana Chief Minister ML Khattar said a committee has been constituted to look into the matter and the report will come by March 31. He also appealed people to maintain peace and harmony in the state and to stop their agitation. Meanwhile, the protestors disrupted road and rail traffic with the worst hit being the Rohtak-Jhajjar region.

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Significance of Modi Government's Peace Accord With Nagaland Insurgent Group

The Narendra Modi led government and the dominant I-M faction of Nationalist Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN) announced Monday the signing of a peace accord which should bring to an end the decades-old insurgency in the hills of Nagaland and districts in the adjoining states. The pact was signed in the presence of the Prime […]

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