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Trenton, Ontario

be caught in the Trent River and in cold water streams in the area. Each year in May, the Kiwanis Club of Trenton holds the Annual Live Release Fishing Derby attracting thousands of sport fishermen from around North America with major prizes for tagged fish and heaviest weighed walleye and Northern pike. In 1990, Canadian poet Al Purdy (who received the Order of Canada and the Governor General´s award) published his only novel ''A Splinter In The Heart''. It takes place entirely in Trenton


Barrie

and fine arts scenes. There are a number of live performance companies including Theatre by the Bay, Talk Is Free Theatre and the Huronia Symphony. Grove Park Home is the practice hall for On Stage Performance Group which performs in Cookstown (Cookstown, Ontario). The Strolling Youth Players, and the Kempenfelt Community Players also all perform in Barrie. In addition, an annual live concert series is hosted by Georgian College. There are two main performing arts venues in the city: the Mady


Singapore

' America's Next Top Model) * '''''Summer Live Concert'' (夏日8°演唱会)''' (an annual live concert involving artistes from the Chinese entertainment industry, notably from Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan (Republic of China), China (People's Republic of China) and Hong Kong, since 2003) *'''''*'''''Goodnight DJ''''' (A short local supernatural drama series) Goodnight DJ season 2 is currently airing on Sundays 8.30pm to 9.30pm. Commercial success ''Dae Jang Geum'' has experienced


Brazil

to raise money for charity in India. Within a year, they gathered all the structure and recorded their debut album, ''Diante do Trono''. By the early 2000s, they had become a prominent gospel national act in Brazil. Although they were a top selling gospel artist, they became well known for the large number of people drawn to their annual live recordings, such as the two million brought to the recording of their 2003 live album in São Paulo, ''Quero me apaixonar'' which was recorded at a concert, which was attended by more than two million people. Their 2001 album ''Preciso de Ti'' is the best-selling album in the whole gospel music history in Brazil with over two million copies sold. Reacting to some critics in the mid-2000s, Diante do Trono incorporated a younger sound into their albums and performances, while maintaining their musical identity. Diante do Trono have released over 25 albums and are among the most critically and commercially successful gospel groups in Brazil. They have won 20 Talent Trophys (a Brazilian award similar to the Dove Awards), more than any other band, and they have sold more than 8 million records. In 2008, Diante do Trono was honored at Programa Raul Gil, a famous Brazilian TV program, for their acclamation in the gospel and secular music. The band also works in a philanthropic cause, the Project Ashastan, a recovery house in India for victims of child prostitution. * President (Heads of State of Guinea) of Guinea Lansana Conté survives an apparent assassination attempt. (IAfrica) (Reuters) * Brazil offers to mediate between Colombia and Venezuela in a disagreement about the capture of Rodrigo Granda. (BBC) * In Peru, after vice president David Waisman faints during a TV interview, President (List of Presidents of Peru) Alejandro Toledo demands that criticism of his government be toned down. (BBC) '''Caixa Econômica Federal''' (


India

. Within a year, they gathered all the structure and recorded their debut album, ''Diante do Trono''. By the early 2000s, they had become a prominent gospel national act in Brazil. Although they were a top selling gospel artist, they became well known for the large number of people drawn to their annual live recordings, such as the two million brought to the recording of their 2003 live album in São Paulo, ''Quero me apaixonar'' which was recorded at a concert, which was attended by more than two million people. Their 2001 album ''Preciso de Ti'' is the best-selling album in the whole gospel music history in Brazil with over two million copies sold. Reacting to some critics in the mid-2000s, Diante do Trono incorporated a younger sound into their albums and performances, while maintaining their musical identity. Clay diyas are often used temporarily as lighting for special occasions, while diyas made of brass are permanent fixtures in homes and temples. Diyas are native to India, and are often used in Hindu (Hinduism), Sikh (Sikhism), Jain (Jainism) and Zoroastrian religious festivals such as Diwali or the Kushti ceremony. A similar lamp called a butter lamp is used in Tibetan Buddhist offerings as well. *Conflict in Iraq: An Iraqi civilian testifies that U.S soldiers, including Sergeant Tracy Perkins, forced him and his cousin to jump into the Tigris and laughed as his relative was swept to his death. (BBC) * 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake: World leaders gather in Jakarta, Indonesia, for an emergency summit with the United Nations. Aid pledges since the Asian Tsunami disaster (2004 Indian Ocean earthquake) are near USD (United States Dollar) 4 billion (€ (Euro) 3 billion). Nearly 150,000 people have been confirmed dead in the four hardest hit nations - Indonesia, India, Sri Lanka and Thailand. (CNA) * A smoking ban comes into effect in Italy, prohibiting tobacco smoking in public places. It has been reported that some businesses and smokers intend to defy the ban. (Boston Globe) (BBC) * In India, more than 55 people are killed when a bus falls into the Almatti canal in Bijapur district, Karnataka. (BBC) * In the Philippines, the truce between the army and Islamist rebels collapses. Government forces exchange fire with the MILF (Moro Islamic Liberation Front) rebels in Mindanao. The peace talks are still ongoing. (Reuters Alertnet) * In the Philippines, the truce between the army and Islamist rebels collapses. Government forces exchange fire with the MILF (Moro Islamic Liberation Front) rebels in Mindanao. The peace talks are still ongoing. (Reuters Alertnet) *Tides of over 2 meters inundate Port Blair, Andaman Islands, India, raising fears that the 2004 Indian Ocean Earthquake has changed tidal patterns. BBC * Zhao Ziyang, former Premier of the People's Republic of China and General Secretary of the Communist Party of China, dies at age 85. (XinhuaNet), (Reuters), (CNN), (BBC).State television and radio in the People's Republic of China make no announcement of Zhao Ziyang's death. Newspapers carry a short five-line announcement. Zhao's secretary Bao Tong and other dissidents and activists call for democratic reforms. Messages of condolence posted on the ''People's Daily'' and sina.com message boards are promptly deleted. (BBC) (BBC) * An Indian train fire that killed up to 60 Hindus and sparked deadly religious riots (2002 Gujarat violence) in 2002 was started by accident - not firebombs thrown by Muslims as had been reported, an Indian Railways inquiry headed by a retired Judge Bannerjee has said. Justice Banerjee said that according to eyewitness accounts people had been cooking in the carriage at the time it caught fire. (BBC) *Investigative reporter Seymour Hersh writes in ''The New Yorker'' that sources inside the military and the intelligence communities say the United States administration has indicated its resolve to attack Iran and to conduct broad covert action in many countries. The Pentagon released an official statement saying "Mr. Hersh's article is so riddled with errors of fundamental fact that the credibility of his entire piece is destroyed." (BBC) (DOD) * In Peru, prime minister Carlos Ferrero and defence minister Roberto Chiabra survive a censure motion in parliament connected to earlier nationalist uprising in January. (BBC) * The Indian Army says that Pakistan has violated ceasefire after a mortar (mortar (weapon)) fire over the military line that divides Kashmir. Pakistan denies the charge. (ExpressIndia) (Reuters Alertnet) (BBC) * Indonesian foreign minister Hassan Wirayuda says that he wishes to start formal peace talks with Free Aceh Movement. (Jakarta Post) (Reuters) (BBC) '''Baba Sawan Singh''' (1858–1948), also known as "The Great Master" or "Bade Maharaji" was an Indian Saint. He was the second Satguru of Radha Soami Satsang Beas (RSSB) from the death of Baba Jaimal Singh in 1903 until his own death on April 2, 1948. Sondhi, S. L. (Ed.) (1981). ''Radha Soami Satsang Beas: Origin and growth''. Dera Baba Jaimal Singh: Radha Soami Satsang Beas. Before he died he appointed Sardar Bahadur Jagat Singh (Jagat Singh) as his spiritual successor at Beas. Radhasoami reality: the logic of a modern faith by Mark Jurgensmeyer. p.52. Princeton University Press, 1991 David lane. 'The Radhasoami tradition: A Critical History of Guru Successorship ' (1992). Garland Publishers, New York ISBN 0824052471first sex museum in China opened in 1999 in the center of Shanghai; in 2001 it moved to the outskirts of the city. It was variously called "Museum of Ancient Chinese Sex Culture" or "Dalin Cultural Exhibition" after its founder, sexologist (sexology) Dr. Liu Dalin. In early 2004 it moved again, to Tong Li (Tong Li, Suzhou), and is now known as the China Sex Museum, with over three thousand erotic artifacts. Travel Channel - Error China Sex Museum *India's first sex museum opened in Mumbai (Bombay) in 2002. Commons:Category:India Wikipedia:India Dmoz:Regional Asia India


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