ニュースの中での Destiny

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own destiny 自分の運命

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Financial Express
· India's Covid package combines short-term macro policy with long-term structural reforms  
PM Modi has used the crisis to reorient India towards its long-awaited destiny.
The Age
· Extend national goodwill found in pandemic response to the Voice to Parliament  
We all know that we are at our best when we are free and in charge of our destinies.
BBC Sport
· Motherwell humble Rangers in Premiership play-off - five years on  
Rangers in the end finished third, going on to edge Queen of the South and then Hibernian, to book McCall a date with destiny, his old club and the man he'd helped replace him, in the Premiership play-off final.
The New York Times
· A Tale of Twinned Cities  
It boasts a familiar but enticing list of ingredients — an orphaned hero, plucky sidekicks, shape-shifting monsters, hidden worlds, magical peacekeepers, foul deeds, fateful destinies — whisked into a story that is fast-paced, funny and sometimes surprising.
The Guardian
· RuPaul's Drag Race recap: season 12 finale – she's a winner baby!  
Our three finalists are Jaida Essence Hall, who’s natural destiny in life is to wear ballgowns and be fanned by men holding palm fronds while eating grapes; Gigi Goode, the devil in an a-cup, robotic glamour personified; and Crystal Methyd, somewhere between club kid elegance and an extra from Luc Besson’s Fifth Element.
The Guardian
· My favourite game: Charlton beat Sunderland in classic play-off final  
For a while afterwards it really did seem a denial of destiny, an unsolicited disturbance in the footballing Force.
Malay Mail
· PlayStation 5 games showcase set for June 4 (VIDEO)  
Then there's the ubiquitous Fortnite, as well as Destiny 2 and Warframe, plus Assassin's Creed: Valhalla, Dirt 5, V:TMB 2 and Chorus among the number.
The Diplomat
· The End of Hong Kong As We Know It  
The NPC’s vote has confirmed the worst fears among Hong Kong’s democrats, who see this as the final nail in the coffin for “one country, two system.” Chinese Premier Li Keqiang defended the law by saying that it would amount to the “steady implementation of the ‘one country, two systems.’” Li’s wording echoed a pledge made by Xi Jinping himself during a 2017 visit to Hong Kong—long before last year’s unrest over an extradition bill spiraled into a broader movement about the city’s destiny itself.