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In keeping with the spirit of the recently announced annual Sports Day which will be held on the second Tuesday of every February, QNB will host a commemoratory mini-marathon for people of all ages at Aspire Park.
In this age of commemorations, this is not meant to be a commemoratory article, but a revisiting of Mills' landmark work fifty years later and an attempt to address the question as to whether there is a future for the social sciences as a free form of enquiry.
A series of commemoratory events are held every year to mark April 15, one of the biggest holidays in North Korea known as the Day of the Sun.