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What made Sachin Pilot a rebel
The most recent incident of Pilot being sidelined was during the state government’s battle with the Covid crisis. Pilot was not part of the core team constituted by the state government to handle it. Gehlot preferred to hold meetings himself, despite Pilot working hard to increase MNREGA work days and taking the sanitisation drive to the rural areas.

Ashok Gehlot’s first moves prevented Sachin Pilot from enacting a Jyotiraditya Scindia
Ashok Gehlot sniffed Sachin Pilot’s plots for more than six months and kept AICC on board. He facilitated merger of six BSP MLAs into Congress and ensured outside support of about 18 MLAs, as a buffer against a dozen identified Pilot campers.

Pilot-led Congress camp releases video showing 16 MLAs sitting together
The 10-second video was shared late at night on Pilot's official WhatsApp group.In the video, at least 16 MLAs are seen sitting together in a close circle. Pilot is not seen in the video. Six other people can be seen in the video but they could not be identified.

Assam government may soon announce rehabilitation policy for flood-hit people
Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal visited Rohmoria in Dibrugarh and announced three schemes totaling Rs.25 crore for finding permanent solution to the problem of erosion caused by River Brahmaputra in the area. Three other schemes were announced by the state government in December last year for a total cost of Rs. 18 crore which are at different stages of implementation.

As Ashok Gehlot rallies 107 MLAs, Congress to Sachin Pilot: Let’s talk
After 13 Congress MLAs, including Pilot and two ministers, and four Independents stayed away from the meeting, the Congress leadership initiated a carrot-and-stick strategy, asking Pilot to agree to a peace pact while still threatening him and his supporters with disciplinary actions.

FM calls for speedy insurance settlement for healthcare workers battling COVID-19
During the review meeting held via video conferencing, a presentation was made by the Chairman and Managing Director of New India Assurance providing details about the highlight of the scheme and its status of implementation as on date, an official statement said.

Karnataka government notifies Ordinance on opening up market for non-irrigated farm land
The amendment to the Land Reforms Act, 1961, however, imposes a ceiling on how much agricultural land an individual or a farmer can buy in Karnataka to prevent hoarding. The government has, however, placed restrictions on the purchase of irrigated land by non-agriculturists which is expected to temper the resistance from the Opposition, which had protested the amendments and threatened agitation.

Gold smuggling accused Swapna, PWC booked by police over complaint of fake degree
Her employment was terminated by the government after her name cropped up in connection with the bid to smuggle over 30 kg of gold using a diplomatic baggage through the international airport here recently. She has been arrested in the smuggling case by the NIA along with another accused.

Sachin Pilot sticks to guns even as Rahul, Priyanka call up
The political crisis in Rajasthan showed no signs of abating with CM Ashok Gehlot holding a show of strength by convening a meeting of party legislators and later placing them in a resort and the camp of his rebellious deputy Sachin Pilot challenging the CM’s claim to numbers while rejecting reports that a compromise was being worked out as being “too little, too late”.

Google to pump $10bn in India’s digitisation push
Google will pump in $10 billion (around Rs 75,000 crore) in India over the next 5-7 years. The money will be used to invest in local companies and build more localised products. It’s the largest commitment by a global technology major to India. The investment — through Google For India Digitization Fund — follows commitments made by Facebook and Amazon this year.

Covid dictates changes to India cricket schedule
The chronological sequence of India's cricket schedule starting March this year first got disturbed when Covid-19 took a toll on the one-day series against South Africa at home, followed by the postponement of the 13th edition of the IPL. Going forward, the pandemic has disrupted whatever cricket India plays at home and abroad between now and the IPL next year.

4th round of India-China military talks today
India and China will discuss troop disengagement in the Depsang-Daulat Beg Oldie sector, with New Delhi also pressing for a further pullback of Chinese soldiers in the Pangong Tso and Hot Springs areas, during the fourth round of talks between the rival corps commanders in eastern Ladakh on Tuesday.

Down with Covid, cop ensured helpline stayed up
Twenty-one members of the Uttar Pradesh police’s 112 emergency helpline's technical team in Lucknow and Ghaziabad tested Covid-19 positive between June 20-23. The service had to be shut down. Then Brajesh Gupta, database administrator, who had also tested positive rose to the occasion and worked round-the-clock from his hospital bed to restore the service within 48 hrs.

Live: Congress urges Pilot to join CLP meet
Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot has accused the BJP of conspiring to topple his government by indulging in horse-trading, a charge denied by the opposition party. Meanwhile, the Rajasthan Congress Legislature Party has passed a resolution supporting the Ashok Gehlot-led government in the state. Stay with TOI for all the updates

Students getting 95%+ in CBSE Class 12 surges 119%
Following a revision in the marking scheme due to Covid-19 disruption, the pass percentage of Class XII CBSE exam has touched an all-time high of 88.8% and a student has for the first time scored 100 in all six subjects. The number of students scoring 90% & above breached the one lakh mark while students scoring 95% and above more than doubled to 38,686 from last year’s 17,693.

India’s coronavirus count crosses 9 lakh
India’s Covid-19 caseload zoomed past the 9 lakh mark, just three days after crossing 8 lakh, as the new week began with the addition of over 28,600 cases and 538 deaths in the country. The past week saw the biggest rise in new cases and deaths with over 1.83 lakh cases and 3,466 deaths recorded between July 6-12, at a daily average of over 26,100 cases and 495 deaths.

Sharad Pawar Calls Eviction of Priyanka Gandhi as Govt's Display of Arrogance of Power

Sharad Pawar Calls Eviction of Priyanka Gandhi as Govt's Display of Arrogance of PowerThe NCP chief said "petty politics" is being witnessed in the country, and recalled how, when Manmohan Singh was the Prime Minister, whenever he organised a conference of chief ministers, the BJP would hold separate meetings of the BJP-ruled CMs.

'Lord Ram is Nepali, Not Indian': Nepal PM Oli's Comments Stoke Controversy

'Lord Ram is Nepali, Not Indian': Nepal PM Oli's Comments Stoke ControversyAccording to reports in the local media, Oli said Ram's birthplace of Ayodhya is not located in Uttar Pradesh but near the Balmiki Ashram in Nepal.

Delhi Reports 1,246 New Coronavirus Cases in 24 Hours, Lowest in Last 35 Days

Delhi Reports 1,246 New Coronavirus Cases in 24 Hours, Lowest in Last 35 DaysAccording to Delhi government's daily health bulletin, as many as 91,312 people have recovered, more than four times the number of active cases which stand at 19,017.

Ronaldinho Loses Appeal for Release from House Arrest, Will Stay in Preventative Detention for 6 Months

Ronaldinho Loses Appeal for Release from House Arrest, Will Stay in Preventative Detention for 6 MonthsRonaldinho and his older sibling Roberto Assis spent more than a month in prison for allegedly entering the Paraguay with fake passports

Chartered Flights During Lockdown Helped Uncover Kerala Gold Smuggling Case, Terror Angle

Chartered Flights During Lockdown Helped Uncover Kerala Gold Smuggling Case, Terror AngleThe NIA, which had taken over the case on Friday, said that initial inquiries have revealed that the proceeds of smuggled gold could be used for financing terrorism in India.

Held for Helping Vikas Dubey in Kanpur Ambush, Sub-inspector Moves SC for Protection of Life

Held for Helping Vikas Dubey in Kanpur Ambush, Sub-inspector Moves SC for Protection of LifeSharma said that he apprehends danger to his life in police custody. He had earlier asked for court-monitored SIT probe in the case.

Kottayam Court Cancels Bishop Franco Mulakkal's Bail Plea in Kerala Nun Rape Case

Kottayam Court Cancels Bishop Franco Mulakkal's Bail Plea in Kerala Nun Rape CaseThe court has also issued a non-bailable warrant against Franco Mulakkal. The case was earlier set for hearing on July 1. However, the accused was not present in the court, citing 'he was in coronavirus containment zone'.

Karnataka PUC II result 2020 to be released on July 14 at, here`s how to check online
The results of the Karnataka PUC-II (Pre-University Course) board exams or class 12 board exams will be declared on Tuesday (July 14) at 11.30 am. According to Karnataka Primary and Secondary Education Minister S Suresh Kumar the
Post-mortem report of 8 policemen killed by notorious Uttar Pradesh gangster Vikas Dubey reveals shocking details
The post-mortem report of eight policemen who were killed by slain gangster Vikas Dubey and his gang members in Kanpur's Bikaru village on the intervening night of July 2-July 3 has revealed that the policemen including CO Devendr
Sachin Pilot camp releases video of loyalist MLAs relaxing in hotel as Rajasthan crisis intensifies
Amid the deepening political crisis in Rajasthan, Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot's camp on Monday (July 13) released a video of around 15 MLAs relaxing at a hotel in Haryana's Manesar.
Nitin Gadkari to inaugurate, lay foundation stones for Rs 20,000 cr projects in Haryana
Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala said that these national and state highways and bypasses will change the picture of the infrastructure in the state. 
Rajasthan crisis deepens, Sachin Pilot refuses talks, Congress struggles to get numbers for Ashok Gehlot
Rajasthan Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot's revolt against Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has set the alarm bell ringing for the party, which held a legislature party meeting in Jaipur and decided to hold another meeting on Tuesda
Andhra Pradesh postpones all Common Entrance Tests amid prevailing coronavirus COVID-19 situation
Meanwhile, mock tests will be conducted for the benefit of students.
Libero videoconferencing app - India`s alternative to foreign apps being developed by 25-year-old Vamsi Kurama
The Libero app is going through a final process and would be market-ready within a month, given that his prototype is selected by the central government.
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'Glee' star Naya Rivera found dead at Lake Piru in California; cops recover body after massive search operation
Earlier, it was reported that she had gone missing after being last seen on a boat ride with her four-year-old son.

Sara Ali Khan's driver tests positive for COVID-19, actor issues statement that family and staff members are safe
Sara Ali Khan took to her Instagram page and revealed that her driver has been tested positive for coronavirus.

Can't hug loved one due to COVID-19? Hug a tree instead like people in Israel
That is the message Israel's Nature and Parks Authority is spreading on social media to try to help people overcome the sense of detachment that the novel coronavirus social-distancing rules can bring.

Former WWE Superstar Rusev tested COVID-19 positive
]Just a few days back, Lana -- Miro's wife and a WWE superstar -- had announced that both her parents have been tested positive for coronavirus as well.

Court of Arbitration for Sport lifts two-year UEFA ban on Manchester City
The club will now have to pay a fine of 10 million euros.

Gold smuggling case: Congress-led UDF to move no-confidence motion against Kerala govt
The UDF leadership has also decided to bring a resolution to oust Speaker P Sreeramakrishnan owing to his association with the suspects.

Akshara Gowda reveals 'feeling bad for acting' in Vijay's 'Thuppakki'
Akshara Gowda had a special appearance in the 2012 film.

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Mon Jul 13 2020  Australian Dollar 52.4109
Mon Jul 13 2020  British Pound Sterling 94.6074
Mon Jul 13 2020  Canadian Dollar 55.3710
Mon Jul 13 2020  European Euro 85.3971
Mon Jul 13 2020  United States Dollar 75.1880

Gold ETFs attract Rs 3,500 crore in H1 2020 on safe-haven buying
Gold exchange traded funds saw hefty net inflows of over Rs 3,500 crore in the first six months of this year as investors continued to hedge their ex

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NSE launches new gold standard for delivery
The National Stock Exchange has announced NSE Refiner Standards (NRS) for BIS-Standard gold to be delivered for settlement of the gold futures contrac

Rising Covid cases: Gold cements its haven status
After struggling to find direction until last week, gold, punters’ eternal favourite, has today breached $1,800 a troy ounce to touch a multi-year hi

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Coronavirus India: Rush for plasma therapy as Covid-19 cases rise
Several Indian states are offering plasma therapy to Covid-19 patients, but does it work?

Google announces $10bn investment in 'digital India'
The money, to be channelled through a fund for India, will be used to bolster digital infrastructure.

Indian papers resurfacing in French Alps could be from 1966 plane crash
The newspapers, uncovered in the Mont Blanc glacier, report the landmark election of Indira Gandhi.

Royal descendants can keep temple full of riches, rules Indian Supreme Court
One of the vaults in Kerala's Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple contained $20bn (£16bn) worth of diamonds.

Coronavirus: Three generations of Bollywood Bachchan family infected
Actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, her father-in-law, husband and daughter test positive for Covid-19.

The women who can't get an abortion in lockdown
Indian women are struggling to access safe reproductive services because of Covid-19 restrictions.

Vikas Dubey: India police murder suspect shot dead after arrest
Police say they shot dead Vikas Dubey when he stole a gun from a policeman and tried to flee from custody.

India's growing Covid-19 waste challenges workers
Millions are using gloves and masks but safely discarding them is proving to be a challenge.

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Lord Swraj Paul donates $5 million to MIT
UK-based Indian-origin entrepreneur Lord Swraj Paul has donated USD 5 million to his alma mater Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Kresge Auditorium, a landmark at the prestigious university that serves as a venue for community and cultural activities.

Entrepreneur Rik Mehta becomes first Indian-American to win GOP primary for Senate from New Jersey
Washington, Jul 11 () Entrepreneur Rik Mehta has become the first Indian-American to win the Republican primary for the Senate seat from the US state of New Jersey.

Indian-American scientist appointed acting head of top US agriculture research organisation
Dr Parag Chitnis was named Associate Director for Programmes earlier this year and leads implementation of NIFA's approximately USD 1.7 billion research projects.

58 Indian-origin executives employ over 3.6 million globally, account for $1 trillion in revenue
Indian-origin business leaders are reaching the pinnacle of corporate success in greater numbers than ever, many use their platforms for social change advocacy, said Indiaspora, a nonprofit organisation of global Indian diaspora leaders from various backgrounds and professions.

Pulitzer winner Siddhartha Mukherjee, Prof Raj Chetty among '2020 Great Immigrants' honourees
Pulitzer Prize-winning author and oncologist Siddhartha Mukherjee, and Professor of Economics at Harvard University Raj Chetty have been named by the Carnegie Corporation of New York as '2020 Great Immigrants' honourees, the Corporation said in a statement on Wednesday.

Two agricultural experts from India named by UN chief to scientific group for 2021 food summit
Lal, a preeminent Indian-American soil scientist, was named last month as the 2020 World Food Prize Laureate for developing and mainstreaming a soil-centric approach to increasing food production that conserves natural resources and mitigates climate change.

2 in 5 Indian-Americans worried about financial stability, says first-of-its-kind survey
According to the report which is based on a recent COVID-19 survey, one in six tested positive or know a family member of the Indian community member who tested positive. However, only a few Indian-Americans faced immigration impacts from this pandemic.

Trump grateful for Indian-Americans' support: White House
During his more than three and half years of his presidency, Trump has made an extra effort to reach out to the Indian-American community. His close relationship with Prime Minister Narendra Modi – reflected in the two leaders jointly addressing massive public rallies in Houston and Ahmedabad.

More restrictions during this lockdown in Bengaluru Urban and Rural
Only emergency trips are allowed within the city, while those with establishments permitted to work shall show their office identity cards.

Lockdown in Rajahmundry, Kakinada
East Godavari Collector D. Muralidhar Reddy said that lockdown would come into force in Rajamahendravaram and Kakinada urban and rural areas from Tues

“Captain Lifeboat” who has led many a rescue mission for stranded seamen
Sanjay Prashar has spent at least a few crores in ensuring the safe return of many seafarers

BJP seeks police to block a Youtube channel of 'Karuppar Kootam'
The office-bearers of the Bharatiya Janata Party have lodged a complaint with the City Police Commissioner seeking to block a YouTube channel ‘Karuppa

GST evasion of ?33.50 crore detected in M.P.
Four held in clandestine production and sale of hand sanitisers case

Restriction re-imposed in parts of J&K after COVID-19 cases spike
Fine for face mask, social distancing guidelines increased

Bengal govt. appoints senior bureaucrats to tackle COVID-19
West Bengal on Monday appointed four senior IAS officers as nodal officers for the “supervision and coordination” of different activities to control t

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Caught Between Indian and Chinese Troops, at 15,000 Feet
Ladakh is a place of high-altitude pastures, lonely herders and desolate moonscapes — and a byword for intractable geopolitical disputes.

India to Screen Capital’s 29 Million Residents After Coronavirus Spike
As the nationwide caseload surged toward 500,000 and pushed many hospitals to their breaking point, officials said they planned to survey all of New Delhi’s residents for the virus in the next 10 days.

Lightning and Violent Rainstorms Kill Scores in India
The victims included many farmers working in their fields and children playing outside. At least 83 were reported killed by lightning in the Indian state of Bihar.

Family Connection in a Teapot
My Tibetan family has a long history with tea. With many of us still largely sheltering in place because of the Covid-19 epidemic, now is an ideal moment to connect over a cup.

8 Hospitals in 15 Hours: A Pregnant Woman’s Crisis in the Pandemic
Her baby was coming, and her complications were growing more dangerous. But nowhere would take her — an increasingly common story as India’s health care system buckles under pressure.

How China and India Came to Lethal Blows
Beijing saw a threat in New Delhi’s steady improvement of borderland infrastructure and renewed Indian claims on disputed territory.

Anger Surges in India Over Deadly Border Brawl With China
Protests and boycotts are the talk of the day as Indians grapple with the deaths of 20 soldiers in chaotic clashes with Chinese troops.

Video Shows Cyclone Nisarga Make Landfall in Mumbai
A powerful cyclone hit Mumbai, the Indian city of about 20 million. The last storm to threaten the city with such force was more than 70 years ago.

DU Cut-Offs Likely To Be Higher This Year
With almost double the number of students scoring above 95 per cent in the CBSE Board results this year, the Delhi University cut-offs are also likely to be high this year.
Live Updates: Congress Invites Sachin Pilot In MLA Meet At 10 AM
Rajasthan Political Crisis Live Updates: An open revolt by Congress' number two leader in Rajasthan, Sachin Pilot, has led the party's government in the state into a crisis situation. After a day of...
Karnataka 2nd PUC Result 2020: Live Update
The Karnataka 2nd PUC result will be released today. The result will be available on the official website
"We Test More Than Anybody By Far": Trump On COVID-19 Testing In US
The United States has the biggest COVID-19 testing programme in the world, better than big countries like Russia, China, India and Brazil, President Donald Trump said on Monday, asserting that America...
Redmi Note 9 Pro Goes on Sale Today at 12 Noon via Amazon, Xiaomi Site
Redmi Note 9 Pro is set to go on another flash sale today at 12pm (noon). Known for its quad rear cameras and 5,020mAh battery, the Redmi Note 9 Pro will be available for purchase via Amazon and...
Kerala Maintains Good Performance To Contain COVID-19: Pinarayi Vijayan
Kerala has maintained good performance to contain the spread of COVID-19 outbreak, said Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Monday.
Poco M2 Pro to Go on Sale for First Time Today at 12 Noon via Flipkart
Poco M2 Pro was launched in India last week and will go on sale for the first time today, July 14, at 12pm (noon) via Flipkart. The phone packs some impressive specifications for the price. It...
1,435 Fresh Coronavirus Cases Reported In West Bengal
Twenty-four more people died due to COVID-19 in West Bengal, taking the total number of such fatalities in the state to 956, the health department said on Monday.
Dear UP Minister, Holding Pujas is Not Going to Control Floods. Like Chanting “Go Corona Go” Didn’t Stop Covid-19

Dear UP Minister, Holding Pujas is Not Going to Control Floods. Like Chanting “Go Corona Go” Didn’t Stop Covid-19Uttar Pradesh’s Water Minister Mahendra Singh has asked officials to hold prayers and offer flowers to rivers to control flooding. Let’s hope that’s not his only plan.

Covid-19 Challenges Can be Addressed Only Through Multilateralism, Global Solidarity: India at UN

Covid-19 Challenges Can be Addressed Only Through Multilateralism, Global Solidarity: India at UNIndia presented its 2nd Voluntary National Review (VNR) on Sustainable Development Goals at a virtual session of the High-Level Political Forum on Monday.

Real-time Data Key to Fighting Covid-19, Says NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant

Real-time Data Key to Fighting Covid-19, Says NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh KantSpeaking at India Policy Forum 2020, organised by NCAER, Kant said government should actively put data in public domain as debate and discussions would help in taking right policy decisions.

Rajasthan political crisis: Congress keeps doors open for Sachin Pilot; BJP asks Gehlot to prove majority

Rajasthan political crisis: Congress keeps doors open for Sachin Pilot; BJP asks Gehlot to prove majorityCongress MLAs declared their support to Gehlot in a meeting of the Legislature Party but sources close to Pilot continued to question Gehlot's claim to majority.

Army’s Dignity & Soldiering Can’t Be Sacrificed At ‘Altar Of TRPs’

Army’s Dignity & Soldiering Can’t Be Sacrificed At ‘Altar Of TRPs’Profession of soldiering has survived for eons – not due to reckless liberties, but due to discipline & decency.

Coronavirus LIVE Updates: No Return to Normal For Foreseeable Future, Warns WHO as Global Cases Top 1.3 Crore
Coronavirus LIVE Updates: No Return to Normal For Foreseeable Future, Warns WHO as Global Cases Top 1.3 Crore

4 More Covid-19 Patients, Including Senior Doctor From Govt Hospital, Die in Assam
522 patients were discharged on Monday taking the total number of recovered patients to 11,416 in Assam.

Focus on Pangong Tso and Depsang Plains, India, China to Hold 4th Corps Commanders Meet Today
After the Galwan clashes, India and China held at least three rounds of Major-General level talks to explore ways to bring down tension between the two sides.

DU Cutoffs Likely to Be Higher as Double the Number of Students Score Above 95% in CBSE Board
Shobha Bagai, dean (admissions), said the registration process was already underway till July 18.

Biocon's Covid-19 Drug Itolizumab Approved for Emergency Use after Trial on Only 30 Patients
Itolizumab is an existing drug used to treat skin ailment Psoriasis. The Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) approved its restricted emergency use on Saturday.

Noida Businessman Beaten With Sticks, Strangled by Two Friends After Fight Over a 'Joke'
Aditya Soni had left his house in Omnicron-1 Sector on July 5 to visit a relative in Delhi who had tested positive for COVID-19 but never returned home.

News18 Daybreak | India's COVID Tally Above 8.7 Lakh; Congress MLAs Holed Up In Resort Amid Crisis and Other Stories You Need to Watch Out For
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Kanpur Man Whose Complaint Led to Raid at Vikas Dubey's House Goes 'Missing'
His mother was quoted as saying that Rahul Tiwari last spoke to her on the night of July 2, and sounded 'scared'.

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'Maybe 10, 15 years later, Rahul may mature'
'This business of monopoly of one family must end.''Here, they picked up a few leaders for him as he needed support which was okay, but later, they became his cronies.'

Trump didn't conspire with Russia: US attorney general
'While this (Mueller's) report does not conclude that the president committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him" and sets out evidence on "both sides of the question'

Update: Bumrah has 'recovered' after hurting shoulder
His condition will be 'assessed' on Monday, the Mumbai Indians team management said.

How Rishabh Pant brightened his WC selection prospects
I am glad to bat anywhere the team wants me to: Pant

How to enhance your medical insurance coverage
A sum insured of Rs 3 lakh to Rs 5 lakh may have been sufficient seven-eight years ago but would be inadequate today, especially for people living in metros, points out Sanjay Kumar Singh.

This athlete's fitness journey will baffle you
Raipur's Nami Rai didn't let marriage or lack of sporting facilities affect her love for fitness.

Why Akshay Kumar feels LUCKY
'I am 51 now. I think I can do action till 56.' 'After that, God knows.'

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