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23 October 2017

Science and Education

Slovenian President Pahor fails to win majority, faces runoff (1)
Slovenian President Borut Pahor will face a second-round election on Nov. 12 after he fell short of a majority in Sunday's first round, as he tries to win a second five-year mandate, Reuters reported. With 99 percent of the vote counted, according to the State Election Commission, Pahor had 47.1 percent of the vote.
Group interview held on comprehensive educational reforms (1)
Xinhuanet The press center of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) holds a group interview on comprehensive educational reforms in Beijing, capital of China, Oct.
Rein in corporate colleges, State urged (1)
As at least 50 students of corporate junior colleges committed suicide in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana in the last two months, educationists on Sunday urged the State government to immediately intervene to clear the mess in corporate colleges. "No college should be allowed to run beyond eight hours," said Andhra Pradesh Private Junior College Managements (APJM) State president B.Suryanarayana Rao said briefing newsmen on resolutions adopted at the
These girls haven't seen padmasana in their lives (1)
Praveena, a ninth standard student at the Government Residential School for Visually Challenged Girls, started learning yoga at the start of the current academic year.
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