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International Yoga Day celebrations kickstart in parts of the world

International Yoga Day celebrations kickstart in parts of the world

He said the world now recognises yoga , as a human treasure - a key to good health. "I am sure that under Modi's governance, yoga would be made compulsory in educational institutions". The majority of people are ready to shell out money from Rs 5,000 a month to Rs 25,000 a month for yoga classes, as they consider it an investment for their physical, mental, and spiritual well-being, the study said.


Trump Attorney: The President Is Not Under Investigation

Trump Attorney: The President Is Not Under Investigation

A day later posted the following tweet . "So he's being investigated for taking the action that the attorney general and deputy attorney general recommended him to take by the agency who recommended the termination". That being said, Barak Cohen, a former Justice Department lawyer, said there was no requirement that the special counsel notifies the president was under investigation.



Russian Federation threatens after U.S. downs Syrian warplane

Syrian Democratic Forces rumbles through the Raqqa area on Sunday . "All flying objects, including planes and drones of the global coalition, detected west of the Euphrates, will be followed by Russian air defence systems as targets", the Russian defence ministry said in a statement in Moscow.



Was the United Kingdom election a rejection of Brexit?

Prime Minister Varadkar and Theresa May reiterated on Monday they remain committedted to a "seamless" border after Brexit . Prompted by her poor election showing, particularly among pro-EU young people who fear losses of jobs and opportunity from Brexit, some of her most senior ministers and two former Conservative prime ministers have called for a rethink.


Iran calls missile attack on Syria militants a wider warning

Iran calls missile attack on Syria militants a wider warning

Sunday's assault marked an extremely rare direct attack from inside the Islamic Republic amid its support for embattled Syrian President Bashar Assad . It also raises questions about how U.S. President Donald Trump's administration, which already said it put Iran " on notice " for its ballistic missile tests, will respond.