Monthly Archives: October 2010

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Written on Oct, 24, 2010 by in | Leave a comment
Dr Mohendra in San Francisco - at Pier 33 Golden Bridge at the background (2011)

If you’re going to San Francisco Be sure to wear some flowers in your hair. If you’re going to San Francisco You’re gonna meet some gentle people there.   Most people in Manipur must have heard this song which was released on May 13 1967 during the height of the Hippie movement and Flower Power. One hundred thousand people from …

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Written on Oct, 17, 2010 by in | Leave a comment
Archived Meitei noblemen. Every Meitei man was trained for war and peasant during peace time

Emperor Constantine of Rome (306-337 CE) who brought Christianity to the Empire proclaimed majestically that “Under God’s watch, we shall conquer and never fall!” Well! What you can see now are the ruins of a once great nation, but tinspirational sentiment still moves the soul. In the present Northeast of India, bordering on Burma, nestling among the uneven rolling green …

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Written on Oct, 15, 2010 by in | Leave a comment
James Dean and his car

I recently read a review in the newspaper about a television interview of Alec Guinness by Michael Parkinson on March 20 1999. Guinness won the best actor award for his film, The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957). Guinness met the late James Dean one evening outside a Hollywood restaurant. Before they entered, Dean showed him his rare new Porsche …

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Written on Oct, 12, 2010 by in | Leave a comment
The Turin Shroud with an imprint image looking like Christ

In 2010 the Turin Shroud was displayed at Turin in north Italy, which is a city near Genoa where Shakespeare based his Romeo and Juliet (Verona). Two million people went to viw the item, which was exhibited inside a bullet-proof and climate controlled see-through casing. Each tourist and follower of the faith was given 3-5 minutes to view the relic. …

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Written on Oct, 02, 2010 by in | Leave a comment
An artist's impression of the Primordial Soup from which we came from

The publication of Stephen Hawkins’s book, The Grand Design in which he said he has proved the universe was created without a God, did not bother the British public. Dr Williams, the Head of the Church of England made a statement: “Belief in God is not about explaining how one thing relates to another. It is the belief that there is an …

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