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73% seats reserved for poor students in Delhi’s private schools filled, shows data

According to the Right to Education Act, 2009, private schools, excluding minority institutions, should reserve 25% seats for students belonging to EWS\/DG groups in all entry level classes (nursery, kindergarten, and class 1) and provide free and compulsory...

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China pig farmer profits soar after disease wipes out third of herd, boosts prices

By Dominique Patton BEIJING (Reuters) - Pig breeders in China who have managed to keep fatal African swine fever off

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A Look at the Islamic State Affiliate’s Rise in Afghanistan  

A suicide bombing at a wedding party in Kabul has renewed fears about the growing threat posed by the Islamic State.

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H2No! Azteca vendors caught watering down beer

Estadio Azteca owners are set to take legal action against vendors who were caught watering down beers at the famous stadium.

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Sarri has pneumonia ahead of Juventus' opener

Juventus manager Maurizio Sarri did not conduct training due to being diagnosed with pneumonia, the club said on Monday.

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Barca injury woes mount as Dembele out 5 weeks

Ousmane Dembele has been ruled out for five weeks with a hamstring strain to leave Barcelona short of forwards ahead of Sunday's game.

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USWNT's equal pay suit will go to trial in 2020

The gender discrimination lawsuit filed by members of the United States Women's National Team against U.S. Soccer will go to trial on May 5, 2020.

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Sources: PSG to reject Barca's Neymar loan offer

Paris Saint-Germain are set to reject an expected loan offer from Barcelona for wantaway striker Neymar, according to ESPN FC sources.

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Solskjaer defends Pogba after costly pen miss

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has defended Paul Pogba after his penalty miss denied Manchester United victory over Wolves at Molineux.

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Man City were unlucky vs. Spurs but don't blame VAR. Plus: Bayern getting a good deal with Coutinho?

Man City should have hammered Tottenham but were undone by VAR... except that the new laws are to blame, not the review.

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BARMM ministry resolves Tawi-Tawi’s maritime row

COTABATO CITY – Using mixed military-diplomatic stance, the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) of the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) were able to resolve a long-drawn management confusion in the Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) office in Tawi-Tawi, according to concerned officials.

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Bachelor In Paradise Season 6, Episode 5 Recap: You Spin Me Right ’Round

The last episode of ABC's Bachelor in Paradise left us literally in the middle of a physical fight. A physical fight that started because of a piñata. Jordan Kimball decided to knock down the piñata Christian Estrada had set up for Nicole Lopez-Alvar, which then led to them pushing each other back and forth...

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Lay group mourns passing of Lopez, dubbed ‘Lady Laudato Si’

The Council of the Laity of the Philippines (Sangguniang Laiko ng Pilipinas) expressed its sadness as it mourns the passing of former environment secretary Gina Lopez.

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How an ambitious health plan went down the drain as authorities failed to implement it

Kathmandu, Aug. 20 -- The multi-sectoral action plan 2014-2020 was prepared for the prevention and control of non-communicable diseases and

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Tarai residents protest in the Capital, demanding Chure conservation

Kathmandu, Aug. 20 -- In Chandra Kishor Yadav's village in Dhanusha, sources of water have all but dried up. Over

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Railways’ 1st pod hotel to come up at Mumbai Central station

The agency plans to construct 30 such capsules, in which passengers can stay up to 12 hours, along with a lounge area, cafeteria, changing areas and washrooms.

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Johnson discusses Brexit, trade issues with Trump

Washington, Aug 20 (UNI) US Donald Trump spoke to UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and discussed a range of trade and economic issues during a phone conversation, the White House said in a statement.

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Asian market latest: Asian markets mixed after latest trade developments, China sets key rate lower

Asian markets were mixed Tuesday as China took the next, critical step in a long-awaited money management reform, and as the United States gave the Chinese tech company Huawei a slight reprieve in Washington's ongoing trade war with Beijing.

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Boris Johnson makes his big-time debut at Biarritz

Prime Minister Boris Johnson makes his debut on the global stage at the G7 summit this weekend, where all eyes

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Cristiano Ronaldo admits paying $375,000 in 2010 to settle sexual assault claim

Soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo's lawyers revealed for the first time in court documents the amount he paid to settle allegations that he raped a woman in a Las Vegas hotel in 2009.

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NPAs attack power plant, disarm guards

BUTUAN CITY – An undetermined number of New People’s Army (NPA) terrorists swooped down on the quarry site of a power plant, and disarmed the company guards in Barangay Quezon Heights, Balingasag, Misamis Oriental province, a sketchy report reaching this city on Tuesday stated.

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Liza Soberano, Arci Muñoz go back to school

Although they’re already killing it in show business, several celebrities have found their way back to school.

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What Is Going On Between Kristina & Blake In The Bachelor In Paradise Episode 6 Promo?

On Aug. 19, the latest Bachelor in Paradise promo questioned, "Is Kristina still in love with Blake?" and it also featured a confrontation between Kristina Schulman and Caitlin Clemmens, who was Blake Horstmann's most recent date. "What I do and my actions are none of your business," Kristina snapped at Caitlin in the promo. Based on Kristina's actions post-show, it seems there may be some feelings there, but they may also be strictly platonic. (At least on her end.)

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CPP-NPA commander yields to Army in Agusan del Norte

CABADBARAN CITY – An alleged commander of the Communist Party of the Philippines-New People’s Army (CPP-NPA) surrendered recently to the Community Support Team (CST) of the Army’s 29th Infantry (Matatag) Battalion at Barangay Del Pilar, this city, military reported Tuesday.

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Japan's Hirohito 'prevented from voicing remorse over war'

Japan's wartime emperor Hirohito wanted to express his regret and remorse shortly after World War II but the prime minister

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