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Jun 22nd, 2018
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The Schedule: Russia 2018 World Cup  Don’t miss a moment, this is the World Cup!   Group A Thursday, June 14: Russia 5, Saudi Arabia 0 Friday, June 15: Uruguay 1, Egypt 0 Tuesday, June 19: Russia 3, Egypt 1 Wednesday, June 20: Uruguay 1, Saudi Arabia 0 Monday, June 25: Saudi Arabia vs. Egypt, 10 a.m. ET, FS1, and stream on  fuboTV (Try for free) Monday, June 25: ...
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Apr 6th, 2018
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(INTERNATIONAL) The Putin Returns: Sequel 4 THE CONTINUED PUT-ENURE IN RUSSIA WITH THE FORTH TERM WIN PUTIN MAY ALIGN WITH MORE SCARRY WORLD LEADERS (Parijat Tripathi)   Putin is back to Russia the fourth time. He may be now known as the Unstoppable Vladimir Putin 4.0. He has quickly become one of the most powerful politicians in the world. And yes, he is one of the to...
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Apr 6th, 2018
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  Do you know where you are going to WITH THE TRADE WAR? (Parijat Tripathi)   Human life also says what suggest our markets – wars are good for absolutely nothing !! Being big-mouth is okay but still, it puts human life in the market also at peril. Life is sometimes guided and goaded by reels. Reel life has its impact on real life if talk about the trade war ...
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Apr 1st, 2018
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Do you know where you are going to WITH THE TRADE WAR (Parijat Tripathi) Human life also says what suggest our markets – wars are good for absolutely nothing !! Being big-mouth is okay but still, it puts human life in the market also at peril. Life is sometimes guided and goaded by reels. Reel life has its impact on real life if talk about the trade war with GODZILLA. ...
By GovernanceToday
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Mar 29th, 2018
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  D Y I N G    W A T E R    B O D I E S  I S   A   S U I C I D A L   T R E N D    We have always looked up rivers as sources of water and inevitable human life on earth. Undoubtedly, almost all ancient civilizations flourished around rivers and so named accordingly. In reference to Indian Sub-continent, its physical feature is quite undulating. In fact, the wisdom...
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Jul 8th, 2016
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People travelling to the United States may soon have to provide details of their social media accounts while applying for a visa. The news spread following a proposal from the US’ Customs and Border Protection agency to add a section in the online as well as paper application forms demanding information associated with the applicant’s online presence “—Provider/Platfor...
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Jul 8th, 2016
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Chances of Russian athletes to compete in the Rio Olympics seem bleak as the world athletics’ governing body unanimously has upheld its ban on the country for systematic doping. International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) has argued that the progress in reforms was not enough to allow Russians to participate. However, the International Olympic Committee (...
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Jul 7th, 2016
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Sri Lankan parliament has unanimously passed the Right to Information (RTI) bill with amendments. The bill was first presented on March 24, this year while the amended bill was presented on June 23, this year for the second reading and was passed following two days of deliberations. The bill aims at providing for Right of Access to Information to the people. As per the...
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Jul 7th, 2016
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While the world is busy following Brexit, China is busy cranking up its crude oil imports – a move that can shift global fuel dynamics and impact the global energy market. The increase in imports is apparently an effort to cover the strategic shortage of crude in the country which had emerged because of 7.3 per cent reduction, in May, over last year. In first five mont...
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Jul 7th, 2016
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The new Turkish government mostly comprising Erdogan allies is re-evaluatng its foreign policy, reportedly in an attempt to end its era of strained relations with certain countries. Beginning with announcement of restoration of diplomatic relations with Israel, it also expressed regret to Russia over downing of a Russian warplane, a few months ago. The move is being vi...