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Veteran Nepalese politician Sher Bahadur Deuba has been elected as the 40th prime minister of Nepal. He previously served as the country’s prime minister from 1995 to 1997, from 2001 to 2002, and from 2004 to 2005.
Ed-tech start up The Profs, co-founded by alumnus Richard Evans, ranks 44th on the 2017 Start-Ups 100 list of game-changing new businesses. The Profs connects students across the globe with peer-to-peer tutoring services, managing an online network of over 400 qualified educators. Over 2,000 university students have already signed up to it, along with several hundred school pupils and young professionals.
Owen Lysak has just been made partner at Clifford Chance. He specialises in advising financial institutions and other market participants on financial market regulation, with particular focus on funds and asset management and M&A and reorganisations in the financial sector, as well as advising on regulatory capital, securities regulation and issues associated with the regulatory response to the financial crisis.
Matilda Giglio is co-founder and CMO of Compass News, a journalism start-up that offers diverse, high quality journalism from paywalled newspapers such as The Economist or the Financial Times.
Guillermo Garcia has co-developed ELQANO, a knowledge management start-up that allows companies to share, retain and find all the information they need instantly using the latest machine learning algorithms. They are currently in the process of testing it with major consulting companies.
German professional poker player Christoph Vogelsang has won $6million in the 2017 Super High Roller Bowl, the prestigious annual poker tournament that takes place at the Aria Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Gregory Durston (PhD Law 2001)
Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 291pp, £61,99 h/b
Amy Mollet (MSc Gender Institute 2010), Cheryl Brumley (MSc International History), Chris Gilson, Sierra Williams
Sage Publications, 328pp, £23.27 p/b
Graham Jevon (MSc International History 2009)
Cambridge University Press, 332pp, £58.49 h/b