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US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Wednesday the United States held Myanmar’s military leadership responsible for its harsh crackdown on the Rohingya Muslim minority.
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Despite a dramatic fall in the infant mortality rate, 15,000 children aged under five still die each day around the world from preventable diseases, a UN report said on Thursday.
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Flames swept through an illegal firecracker workshop in the eastern Indian state of Odisha on Wednesday, killing at least six people, police said.
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West Ham United back-up goalkeeper Adrian believes he has not been given a chance to prove himself this season but is determined to fight for a place in the starting lineup.
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New Zealand’s hopes of reaching the World Cup finals in Russia next year have suffered a setback after defender Andrew Durante was ruled out of the two-leg playoff against Peru in November due to injury.
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Brazilian prosecutors charged the former head of the national Olympics committee (COB), Carlos Nuzman, and five other people on Wednesday with corruption based on an investigation of alleged bribery to have Rio de Janeiro host the 2016 Games.
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When we hear the word ‘motivation’, most of us think about the biographies of great people from history—what they have done, and how they have set examples for us to follow.
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Was I just born to burn?
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She flies all over the sky,
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Growing up

Post Report, Oct 20 2017

I often shoved aside my assignments and notes, and ignored my family and food to enter the world of social media.
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THE TEST

Post Report, Oct 20 2017

Does anyone have two extra pens?’ Kritika asked, one for herself, the other for her friend Jannat. The tenth graders weren’t allowed to use pencils for their tests.
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outh Korea’s central bank raised its growth forecast for this year on Thursday, despite tensions over Pyongyang’s increasing missile and nuclear threats.
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China’s growth eased to 6.8 percent in the third quarter but remained higher than the government’s full-year target, providing a boon to President Xi Jinping amid a major Communist Party congress.
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A new regular air route opened on Wednesday between Zhangjiajie, an acclaimed tourist destination in central China’s Hunan Province, and Hong Kong.
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German software group SAP raised its forecasts on Thursday as it hailed a third quarter marked by continued strong growth in its cloud computing business.
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Samsung on Wednesday announced it is upgrading its Bixby digital assistant and making it available for a range of connected devices, setting up a clash with Amazon’s Alexa and others competing for leadership in artificial intelligence.
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New Zealand is seeing impacts of excess greenhouse gas emissions in its climate and oceans, with its per capita emissions the fifth highest in the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (Oecd), a new government report revealed on Thursday.
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Swiss group Zurich Insurance said Thursday it expects to receive around $700 million (595 million euros) in insurance claims related to hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria in the third quarter.
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American Express announced Wednesday that longtime chief executive Kenneth Chenault will retire in February, as it transitions to new leadership amid profound technology upheaval in shopping and payment systems.
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Vice President Nanda Bahadur Pun has underscored the need to build tourist destinations in all seven provinces as all these locations are suitable for attracting tourists.
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The Dow surged to a record Wednesday, easily topping 23,000 points following strong earnings from IBM that boosted confidence about the rest of the quarterly reporting season. The
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The International Trade Centre (ITC), a multilateral joint agency under the World Trade Organisation and the United Nations, is likely to extend the Pashmina Enhancement and Trade Support (Pets) project.
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The timely supply of fertilisers is essential for an increase in agricultural production. The country’s paddy production was heavily destroyed by floods in the Tarai region, which will effect agricultural output (‘Farmers likely to face fertiliser shortage in winter’, October 16, Money I). Paddy production makes a big contribution to the country’s Gross Domestic Product.
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An anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim party won the Austrian elections on Sunday, and its leader might form a government with a party founded by ex-Nazis.
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A report released by the Ministry of Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation (MoCPA) on the occasion of the 25th International day for the Eradication of Poverty shed light once again on some alarming facts. 23.38 percent of the total population of Nepal falls under the poverty line.
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The Balgopaleshwor temple, which used to open for the public only on the day of Bhai Tika during the Tihar festival, will remain closed this year as well.
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At least seven persons died and 24 others were injured, some seriously, in separate road accidents in Doti, Nawalparasi and Sunsari districts on Thursday.
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Three lightening protection towers have been constructed at Makwanpurgadhi Rural Municipality in Makwanpur.
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CPN (Maoist Centre) leader Giriraj Mani Pokhrel said on Thursday that one of his achievements during his 80-day tenure as the health minister was endorsement of the Health Insurance Bill from Parliament.
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The idea of installing complaint boxes at schools has improved the learning environment at various public schools across the country.
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The leftist alliance of the CPN-UML and the CPN (Maoist Centre) has almost finalised seat-sharing for the upcoming provincial and federal elections, party leaders engaged in choosing the candidates have said.
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The Parliament Secretariat has urged all the parliamentarians who completed their tenure recently to return diplomatic passports within 15 days from their last meeting, which took place last Friday.
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The ruling Nepali Congress (NC) on Thursday expedited discussions in the party to pick its candidates for the first-past-the-post election system for the first phase of federal and provincial polls scheduled for November 26.
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