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Bihar Govt Jobs : Candidates can know the latest Employment News in Bihar from this page. Bihar Government came up with Govt Jobs in Bihar to help the candidates who are looking for Bihar Govt Jobs. As per the latest recruitment notification, the board has released the Govt Jobs in Bihar for 10th and 12th […]

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India celebrates 75 years of independence in a euphoric atmosphere. On the occasion, Prime Minister Narendra Modi hoisted the Habs to Fort Rouge. Anganwadi workers, street vendors, morgue workers and borrowers from the mudra program were among the special guests for the Independence Day celebrations at the Red Fort.

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Lunar Alert: There are no restrictions on purchases or major decisions today. The Moon is in Aries.

Happy Birthday Monday, August 15, 2022:

You are smart, talented and versatile. Warm and friendly, you are generous. You have an excellent sense of humor and are an excellent problem solver. This year, you are focusing on your closest relationships. It’s time to find relationships that benefit you. Take the time to find out what makes you happy.

RAM

(March 21-April 19)
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Hallelujah Glory! Today is the perfect way to start your week, as the Moon is in your dancing sign with lucky and wealthy Jupiter. You feel like everything is fine and you have nothing to worry about. Relations with females are excellent. Today you will get what you give. Tonight: You are happy.

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It’s a beautiful wellness day! However, since the Moon lurks in your chart, you can choose to lay low and work behind the scenes. Relations with female relatives will be smooth. Why not plan to redecorate or entertain at home this week? Tonight: Enjoy the solitude.

GEMINI

(May 21-June 20)
★★★★★
It’s a great day to chat with groups, classes, and organizations because you’ll enjoy their company, and vice versa, they’ll love seeing you. A conversation with someone might encourage you to expand your goals in an exciting way. Go get the gold! Tonight: Schmooze!

CANCER

(June 21-July 22)
★★★★
The Moon is at the top of your chart, aligned with lucky and wealthy Jupiter, which makes you look wealthy in the eyes of others. Well, at least comfortable. A great way to start your week! Others might admire your success. Your interaction with other countries and different cultures will benefit you. Tonight: Promote yourself.

LEO

(July 23-August 22)
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It’s a big day! The Moon is in your other Fire sign, and meanwhile the Sun and Venus are in your own sign. Everything is copacetic. It’s a great day for traveling or making travel plans. It’s also a wonderful time to explore opportunities in publishing, law, medicine, or the media. Ideas ? Tonight: Explore!

VIRGIN

(August 23-September 22)
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It’s a great day for financial discussions, especially about how you should share or share something with someone. For example, negotiations over estates, insurance disputes, and commons will likely go in your favor. Yes! Tonight: Check your finances.

BALANCE

(Sep 23-Oct 22)
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It’s a great day to chat with others because the Moon is directly opposite your sign aligned with lucky Jupiter. This means that your relationships with others will be optimistic and friendly! You might attract people from other cultures and different countries to you. Deep and philosophical discussions will intrigue you. Tonight: Cooperate.

SCORPIO

(23 Oct-21 Nov)
★★★★
Work-related travel is likely today. Many of you will also be involved more than usual with people from other cultures and different countries. You will do well if you have to deal with members of the public or large groups because people understand each other easily today. The good feelings are not lacking! Tonight: work.

SAGITTARIUS

(22 Nov-21 Dec)
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It’s a great fun day! (Whisper: Actually, today is the perfect day to skip school.) You want to put fun and pleasure before work, there’s no question. Accept invitations to party and socialize. Have a long lunch. Enjoy sporting events, fun times with the kids and the world of entertainment. Romance is blessed! Tonight: play!

CAPRICORN

(22 Dec-19 Jan)
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It’s a great day for a family chat, especially with female relatives. You might discuss how to make home improvements, repairs, renovations, or perhaps explore real estate opportunities. Indeed, real estate speculation is favored today. Tonight: Cocoon.

AQUARIUS

(20 Jan-18 Feb)
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Today you feel optimistic, optimistic and enthusiastic about everything that is happening. It makes for a strong and successful day for those of you in marketing, sales, teaching, acting, or writing, as your words will inspire and draw others in. Tonight: Learn something.

PISCES

(February 19-March 20)
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“There is gold in these hills!” Look for ways to increase your income, because they exist. Trust your money-making ideas. Explore relationships with foreign countries and other cultures, as you can benefit from them. Be generous, because you will get what you give today. Tonight: Maintain your possessions.

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Dozens of people buried after the deadly fire of a church in Egypt

HISTORY: Dozens of victims of a fire in a church in Egypt, killed during Sunday mass, were buried a few hours later. More than 40 lives were lost in the fire. Sources say they were mostly children. Relatives of the dead attended a mass funeral in Egypt’s second largest city, Giza. Coffins passed through the church, so families could mourn and pray for the deceased. About a thousand people had gathered for Sunday mass at Abu Sifin Church, when the fire started. According to sources, the fire blocked an entrance to the church, causing a stampede. One of the injured, who only gave his name Kirollos, said they rescued whoever they could. “The fourth floor of the church was on fire. There were children in the nursery and there was a mass. We are fasting these days and soon there will be Eid. I don’t know what happened. passed, if it was an electrical fire, but there were children and old people. We saved who we could save. We looked up and saw lots of black smoke in the air. Inhalation smoke was the main cause of death. He added that the families of the victims would receive around $5,000 each in compensation. Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi also offered his condolences in a tweet. Electrical fires are not uncommon in Egypt: In late 2020, at least seven people were killed in a hospital fire.

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KABUL — The Taliban marked a year since they seized the Afghan capital of Kabul on Monday, a swift takeover that sparked a hasty breakout by the country’s Western-backed leaders, sent the economy into turmoil. freefall and fundamentally transformed the country.

Bearded Taliban fighters, some brandishing rifles or their movement’s white banners, staged small victory parades on foot, bicycle and motorbike through the streets of the capital. A small group marched past the former US Embassy chanting “Long Live Islam” and “Death to America.”

A year after that dramatic day, a lot has changed in Afghanistan. Former insurgents struggle to govern and remain internationally isolated. The economic downturn has plunged millions more Afghans into poverty and even hunger, as the flow of foreign aid has dwindled to a trickle.

Meanwhile, hardliners appear to dominate the Taliban-led government, which has imposed severe restrictions on access to education and jobs for girls and women, despite initial promises from the government. opposite. A year later, teenage girls are still banned from school and women are required to cover themselves from head to toe in public, only their eyes visible.

Some are trying to find ways to prevent education from stagnating for a generation of young women, and underground hostel schools have sprung up.

A year ago, thousands of Afghans rushed to Kabul International Airport to flee the Taliban amid the US military’s chaotic withdrawal from Kabul after 20 years of war – America’s longest conflict.

Some flights resumed relatively quickly after those chaotic days. On Monday, a handful of commercial flights were due to land and take off from a runway which last summer saw Afghan men clinging to the wheels of planes taking off, some falling to their deaths.

Schoolyards were empty on Monday as the Taliban announced a public holiday to mark the day, which they call “the proud day of August 15” and the “one year anniversary of the return to power”.

“Trust in God and the support of the people have brought this great victory and freedom to the country,” wrote Abdul Wahid Rayan, head of the Taliban Bakhtar news agency. “Today, August 15, marks the victory of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan against the US and allied occupation of Afghanistan.”

On the eve of the anniversary, former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani defended what he said was a split-second decision to flee, saying he wanted to avoid the humiliation of surrendering to insurgents. He told CNN that on the morning of August 15, 2021, with the Taliban at the gates of Kabul, he was the last in the presidential palace after his guards disappeared.

Tomas Niklasson, European Union special envoy to Afghanistan, said the bloc of nations remained committed to the Afghan people and to “stability, prosperity and lasting peace in Afghanistan and the region”.

“This will require an inclusive political process with full, equal and meaningful participation of all Afghan men and women and respect for human rights,” Niklasson wrote.

German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock said an international responsibility for Afghanistan remains after NATO’s withdrawal.

“A regime that flouts human rights cannot be recognized under any circumstances,” she said in a statement. “But we must not forget the Afghan people, even a year after the Taliban took power.”

Faiez reported from Islamabad.

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Bond yields fell on Monday as investors digested the flurry of data releases from the previous week and wondered if the US Federal Reserve could ease its tightening cycle on improving inflation news.

The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury was 2 basis points lower at 2.824% at the start of the week, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury fell 2 basis points to 3.0932% . Yields move inversely to prices and one basis point is equal to 0.01%.

The short-term 2-year Treasury yield rose just under a basis point to 3.2529%.

The previous week brought a slew of economic data, including more positive inflation news than many market participants expected. Last week’s data showed a slightly larger-than-expected drop in imports, weaker export prices and stronger-than-expected consumer sentiment in a preliminary August reading of the University Index. from Michigan.

Steady US consumer price inflation also slowed to an 8.5% year-on-year rise in July, data showed last week, slightly below expectations. due to a drop in oil prices.

Yet the Fed has yet to embrace the bond market’s apparent view that the rate hike cycle is almost over.

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Investors will be looking at housing data this week, including housing starts, mortgage applications and building permits, as well as retail sales, industrial production, manufacturing output and annual Redbook data. . The Redbook Index is a measure of weighted annual sales growth at 9,000 US retailers.

Auctions for 13- and 26-week US Treasuries are due to take place on Monday.

Fed Governor Christopher Waller is due to speak at the week-long 2022 Summer Money, Banking, Payments and Finance Workshop in Washington DC hosted by the Reserve Board of Governors federal.

A series of Chinese data is also due this week on retail sales, house prices and sales, energy production and industrial production for July. Japan will announce its preliminary gross domestic product figures for the second quarter this week.

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