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Over 10 lakh took part in class 10 examination last year, of which 79.85 per cent had passed the test.
· 'Wasted opportunity': US heritage expert slams Rio Tinto's sacred site blast →
“On the part of the government, this was a wasted opportunity to show they care for all people of Australia and their identities.”
· Change Partners: Some Thoughts On Market Regimes →
And then there have been periods in which the reverse of all these was the case: in 1991, for instance, inflation, interest rates, and unemployment were all high (though GDP growth wasn’t), small caps and cheap stocks did well, and momentum and low-volatility strategies underperformed, while the same could be said of 1982 except for the momentum part.
· Civil rights leaders blast Facebook after meeting with Zuckerberg →
Screenshot of an image some Facebook employees used as part of their virtual walkout on Monday.
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· Your Tuesday Briefing →
This is part of our series The World Through a Lens, meant to give you a virtual taste of travel in spite of the restrictions.
· George Floyd: State, private autopsies agree death a homicide →
But Dr Michael Baden, who took part in the independent autopsy at the behest of Floyd's family, said that the two other officers' actions also caused Floyd to stop breathing.
· 'We’re going to survive': Queensland tourism operators chart a course in rough seas →
He insists that tourism is not taken seriously enough as an industry, and if it was, could be a key part of Australia’s economic recovery.
· Round Four: UK and EU back in the Brexit ring →
And Brussels officials are annoyed that Britain has, in their eyes, backtracked on a written agreement to accept level-playing-field guarantees as part of a future trade deal.
· Episcopal bishop 'deeply offended' by Trump using Bible, church as a 'prop' →
New York City’s midtown, downtown and parts of the Upper East Side and the Bronx have been hit by roving groups smashing windows and lighting small street fires.
· Workout, shut up, wipe down: how to stay healthy at the gym →
“Because when you’re exerting yourself, you’re really pushing the particles out from the lower part of your lungs and you’re really breathing very deeply.” McLaws notes that saliva droplets are the most potent source of infection, although indirect spread can also occur.