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NEW DELHI -- Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi late Monday evening held a high level meeting to take stock of the evacuation efforts in earthquake-hit Nepal and also took stock of relief supplies and material sent to the affected areas in Nepal and India, local media said Tuesday.
Finally, a central theme of this article is that a midlife leave provides one with the perfect opportunity to take stock of oneself in order to define future career directions.
To capitalize fully on this extensive research base and contribute effectively to public mental health, the field now needs to take stock of what is known about child and youth conduct problems.