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    Nepal's Education Minister Giriraj Mani infected with Corona, fast growing cases

    Kathmandu Nepal 's Education Minister Giriraj Mani Pokharel has been found infected with the corona virus . Media reports said that Pokharel, who was infected with Kovid-19 , is the second cabinet minister in the country. According to media reports, Pokharel was PCR tested after which the infection was confirmed on Sunday. Earlier, he was admitted to a hospital in...

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    Thousands protested in Los Angeles against Armenia over enemy

    Los Angeles: Thousands of people protested in Los Angeles , USA, over the role of Azerbaijan and Turkey in hostilities against Armenia in the Nagorno-Karbakh region of separatists . The ceasefire between Azerbaijan and Armenia came into effect on Saturday with the help of Russia, but the two countries are accusing each other of ceasefire violations, which led to protests in Los Angeles...

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    Who will win the 2020 Nobel Prize in Economics? It will be announced soon

    Stockholm. The winner of the Nobel Prize in economics will be announced on Monday. The announcement comes at a time when the world is experiencing the worst phase of recession since World War II due to the effects of the Corona virus epidemic . With the announcement of the award, the Nobel Prize week will end. Technically, it is known as the 'Acceptance Riksbank Prize in...

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    New border will be created between EU and UK, know about this village of England

    Sevington (England). Four years after Britain voted in favor of secession from the European Union , the situation on ' Brexit ' is not clear, but the county known as 'Garden of England'(Administrative unit) is taking concrete steps in this matter. The noise of bulldozers, trucks, cement and ballast mixing machines into concrete is heard in Sevington village, a...

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    Former Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari admitted to hospital

    Islamabad Former Pakistan President and PPP co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari has been admitted to a private hospital in Karachi after feeling "troubled". This information has been given by the party. The Pakistan People's Party (PPP) tweeted on Sunday, "Doctors are examining them as necessary." The party has not given detailed information. It said that "on Sunday...

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    Pakistan suffered a major setback even before the FATF meeting! List of 'enhanced follow up' remains intact

    Islamabad A regional group affiliated with the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has said that Pakistan 's measures to stop money laundering and financing of terrorism are not enough to justify re-renting. This put Pakistan on the list of enhanced follow-ups on Monday. The development Vasviv money laundering and the Paris-based tracking...

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    Armenia and Azerbaijan accuse each other of ceasefire violations

    Yerevan (Armenia). Armenia and Azerbaijan on Monday accused each other of attacking the Nagorno-Karabakh region, despite the ceasefire agreement being in effect with Russia . The ceasefire came into force on Saturday, but both sides made claims of violating it soon after. This continued into the weekend and also into Monday morning. Armenian Defense Ministry spokesperson Shushan...

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    Paul R. Milgrom and Robert B. Wilson won the Nobel Prize for Economics

    Stockholm . This year 's Nobel Prize in Economics has been awarded to Paul R. Milgrom and Robert B. Wilson of the United States. He has been given this award for 'Improving Auction Theory and Invention of New Auction Form'. Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences Secretary-General Goran Hanson announced the names of Nobel Prize winners of economics in Stockholm on Monday. In the...

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    Bangladesh cabinet approved death penalty in rape cases

    Dhaka The Cabinet on Monday approved raising the maximum penalty in rape cases from life imprisonment to death penalty after several incidents of recent sexual assaults in Bangladesh sparked public outrage on the streets and social media . Ministerial spokesperson Khandkar Anwarul Islam said that President Abdul Hamid can issue ordinances amending the Women and Child Harassment Act as...

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    Yeddyurappa cabinet reshuffle, reformer gets health ministry while Sriramulu gets charge of social welfare ministry

    Bengaluru Karnataka Chief Minister BS. s. Yeddyurappa has covid -19 epidemic has Cabinet reshuffle on Monday between the Minister whereby B. Shriramulu was taken charge of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Medical Education Minister K.K. Is given to Sudhakar. Yeddyurappa also withdrew the Backward Classes Welfare Department...

    • 3 weeks ago

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