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Jamaica’s Tony Ann-Singh crowned as Miss World 2019

Jamaica’s Tony Ann-Singh was announced as the winner of the Miss World 2019 beauty pageant held at the ExCeL London on December 14. Tony-Ann is a 23-year-old graduate from the Florida State University in Tallahassee with a degree in women's studies and psychology. She was crowned by her predecessor, Miss World 2018 Vanessa Ponce from Mexico. Miss World 2019 was the 69th edition of the contest and contestants from 120 countries participated in it. Src: https://bit.ly/38HD6G2

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France hit by a storm, 2 dead, power-cuts in more than 40,000 houses

Southwestern France was hit by heavy storm and flood that killed 2 people and over 40,000 homes were without electricity on Saturday afternoon. 5 other people were severely injured. Out of the 2 dead, one was a 76-year-old man, who was swept away by rising waters when he went out to fetch his mail on Friday. Rescuers found his body 24 hours later more than a kilometer from his home. Eleven departments were on orange alert weather warnings late Saturday. Src: https://bit.ly/36z2wUD

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FASTags to become mandatory for vehicles from today on national highways

With the time given to extend the compulsory implementing of FASTags ending on Saturday, FASTags will become mandatory for vehicles from today. Last month, the Road Transport and Highway Ministry had postponed the mandatory implementation of FASTags at toll plazas on the National Highways to December 15 from December 1. The ministry has launched the National Electronic Toll Collection program (NETC), which provides for the collection of user fees through FASTag based on RFID technology, to save fuel, time and pollution and ensure consistent movement of traffic. Src: https://bit.ly/35n88kP

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Argentina President, Fernandez invigilates as his law students give their final exams

Argentina’s President, Alberto Fernandez who was sworn into the office only a few days back, returned to his duties as a law professor at the University of Buenos Aires to invigilate students while they were giving their final exams. Fernandez told reports he would continue to give lessons on the general theory of crime and the penalty system every 15 days. The President took to Twitter to post a picture of him listening to one of the students. The students were surprised and said that it was historical. Src: https://bit.ly/35y3Hnn

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