Young Minds - October 20,2017

Publisher: Young Mind Newspapers Pvt Ltd
Category: Education
Language: English
Frequency : Weekly

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Young Minds is the largest selling newspaper for youngsters in India. Our endeavour is to prepare our youth for a global tomorrow where their social friends, their professional colleagues, and their personal interests will not be locked within a single nation's boundaries. Young Minds actively organizes multi dimensional events and courses in both academic and non academic realms, from India and abroad, in alignment with its spirit to make our youngsters true global citizens. For updated information visit:Editorial Distinct youth oriented content Approach • Updates on domestic and global affairs. • General Knowledge • Space, Science & Environment • Health & Hygiene • Technology • Sports • Articles by readers • Interactive Sudoku, riddles, jokes, puzzles

North Korea issues terrifying Nuclear War warning North Korea has issued a chilling warning, saying nuclear war may break out any moment as tensions mount with the USA.Mr Kim has warned that tensions on the peninsula have “reached the touch-and-go point and a nuclear war may break out any moment.” U.S. and South Korea have started one of the largest joint naval drills off both the east and west coasts of the peninsula.North Korea has made warnings over the past few months as tensions have increased with President Donald Trump’s administration. Kim Jong Un’s regime has repeatedly said it needs the capability to strike the U.S. with a nuclear weapon in order to deter an American attack.The UN has tightened sanctions on North Korea this year in a bid to cut off cash flows that help support its nuclear program.Following a series of missile launches and a sixth nuclear test, Kim said his country “had passed the final gate” toward becoming a full-fledged nuclear power, with the means to deliver a nuclear strike.

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