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CCTV cameras captured the moment a railroad worker saved the life of a child who slipped and fell onto the tracks at a station in Mumbai

The Japanese government presses the Myanmar junta to release Yuki Kitazumi, a former Nikkei business newspaper reporter currently based in Yangon as a freelance journalist. What is the junta covering up?

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"The fans have spoken - we don't want this" ⚽️ The Premier League's all-time leading goalscorer Alan Shearer gives his reaction to European Super League plans on #BBCBreakfast  ⚽️

#WATCH  | Maharashtra: Railway staff at Central Railway office clap for pointsman Mayur Shelkhe, who saved the life of a child who lost his balance while walking at platform 2 of Vangani railway station & fell on railway tracks, on 17th April. Shelkhe was also felicitated. (19.04)

'TAKOT BA ANG GOBYERNO SA LIBRENG GULAY?' Former Vice President Jejomar Binay slammed the red-tagging of community pantry organizers as he wondered if the government is threatened by the distribution of free vegetables and other basic goods. Read:

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Minneapolis epitomizes America’s debate over police killings. Now, a fortified city awaits the verdict in the trial of Derek Chauvin in George Floyd's death. There are places where concrete barriers and barbed wire ring parts of downtown.

Senate President Pro Tempore Ralph Recto: Community pantries require no state franchise, nor govt permit, nor police clearance. The business of helping your neighbor, as God commanded, requires no business permit from man. | via @sherieanntorres 

Former Vice President Jejomar Binay blasted the government's alleged red-tagging of community pantry organizers, saying the pantries wouldn't be around had gov't aid been enough in the first place. RELATED STORY:

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Mumbai: Boards reading 'Vaccine out of stock' seen outside BKC #vaccination  centre. Dean of the centre says, "We had 350-400 Covishield doses, we've administered it. We're awaiting more doses. Around 2,000 Covaxin doses are available for second dose." (ANI)

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