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ARIES
Work is what you are, stuck and stagnant. Get your major fear related issues worked out and make a clearing...Read More
TAURUS
Busy with domestic matters you may have to cancel prior made plans with associates. A temporary phase! Disappointments are plenty...Read More
GEMINI
Move with drive towards the benefits you desire both with business and in your personal life. Life offers you many...Read More
CANCER
Getting busy at work is not anymore a choice, you are being observed, do your best, leave the rest. Fun...Read More
LEO
Work related matters are stressful and the urge to do more than you are capable of could prove detrimental to...Read More
VIRGO
Move with drive towards the benefits you desire both with business and in your personal life. Life offers you many...Read More
LIBRA
Certain experiences are important to go through to love and understand yourself better. Try not to short change yourself and...Read More
SCORPIO
Time to break away from the past, both professionally as well as in your personal life, and enjoy the choice...Read More
SAGITTARIUS
Work is hectic and you delegate responsibilities, however you need to be personally present for certain meetings and clinching new...Read More
CAPRICORN
Busy and yet troubled by an old health issue cropping up is something you have to deal with. A medical...Read More
AQUARIUS
You shall have all of what you desire, as you possess the Midas touch today. Making the most of it...Read More
PISCES
Creative people make a mark, earn appreciation and are ready to take on a few risks today that are sure...Read More
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World Cup every two years? A reform that could divide football
FIFA wants to hold a World Cup biennially instead of every four years. Europeans and South Americans are strictly against it, while other continents are open to the planned reform.
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How real is the threat of Taliban infighting?
The Afghan Taliban will be under major stress in the coming weeks and months as they focus on the challenges of governance. Such pressure could generate fresh internal tensions, says analyst Michael Kugelman.
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Afghanistan: What Taliban rule means for Sikhs and Hindus?
Afghan Sikhs and Hindus face a precarious future living in a country ruled by the Taliban. While the Islamic fundamentalist group says the minorities will be safe, past experiences have left them wary.
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Should Rohingya people be allowed in India?