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Coronavirus Outbreak: Nepal initiates screening of travelers from China, Japan, Thailand at airports
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Nepal initiates screening of travelers from China, Japan, Thailand at airports

Nepal has initiated health screenings of passengers flying in from China, Japan, and Thailand - the three nations where several patients have been tested positive for mysterious coronavirus, officials said on Friday.

China's 'ethnic unity' law aims at complete sinicisation of Tibetan plateau, says CTA
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China's 'ethnic unity' law aims at complete sinicisation of Tibetan plateau, says CTA

The Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) has condemned a new law mandating 'ethnic unity' in state and social institutions in Tibet, describing it as a measure of ethnic cleansing aimed at complete sinicisation of the plateau.

China claims majority of UNSC members voiced concerns over situation in J-K
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China claims majority of UNSC members voiced concerns over situation in J-K

China on Friday claimed that "a majority of the members" of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) have voiced their concerns over the situation in Jammu and Kashmir, and called on relevant parties to remain restrained and seek early de-escalation.

NASA building homes made of fungi for Moon, Mars
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NASA building homes made of fungi for Moon, Mars

Instead of habitats made of metal and glass, NASA is exploring technologies that could grow structures out of fungi to become our future homes in the stars, and perhaps lead to more sustainable ways of living on Earth as well.

SAI set up internal complaint committee to curb sexual harassment
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SAI set up internal complaint committee to curb sexual harassment

Sports Authority of India (SAI) has set up an internal complaint committee to ensure the safety of sportspersons, especially the girls, to prevent them from sexual harassment or any exploitation.

Erdogan harassing pro-Kurdish party members to gain Turkish nationalists' votes: Exiled professor
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Erdogan harassing pro-Kurdish party members to gain Turkish nationalists' votes: Exiled professor

The major gains made by pro-Kurdish left-wing People's Democratic Party (HDP) in the 2014 presidential polls and 2015 general election of Turkey made President Recep Tayyip Erdogan use his power by punishing his Kurdish opponents through the judicial route to secure the votes of the Turkish nationalists, a professor said.

Zero tolerance for sexual harassment on SAI campuses, says Kiren Rijiju
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Zero tolerance for sexual harassment on SAI campuses, says Kiren Rijiju

Union Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports Kiren Rijiju on Friday said that 'there is zero-tolerance for sexual harassment in the Sports Authority of India (SAI) campuses.'

5 businessmen associated with Pak-based front company indicted in US for aiding Pak's nuclear program
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5 businessmen associated with Pak-based front company indicted in US for aiding Pak's nuclear program

Five businessmen associated with a Pakist-based front company were indicted in the United States for allegedly operating a network that exported US-origin goods to Pakistan for the use in the country's nuclear program, the US Justice Department has said.

Lukewarm response to Kashmir issue from international community, admits Imran Khan
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Lukewarm response to Kashmir issue from international community, admits Imran Khan

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday admitted that there are no takers of the Kashmir issue from the international community.

Bilateral relations at that time will decide Imran Khan's visit to India for SCO: Pak sources
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Bilateral relations at that time will decide Imran Khan's visit to India for SCO: Pak sources

A day after India said it will invite all SCO members for the upcoming 19th Shanghai Cooperation Orgsations summit, Pakistan on Friday said that the country is waiting for an official invitation and indicated that the Prime Minister Imran Khan's visit to the neighboring country will depend on bilateral relations between the two countries at that time.

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