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The exam period is always a stressful time and it does not do justice for our mindset and our physical body. We all cope with pressure in various ways. Yet have no fear because there are ways to stay on top of everything and to sustain a healthy mind and healthy body.

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'We are still as far away from the target of balancing the deficit as we were in 2010'

Overall leader Britain's Christopher Froome rides during the 143 km sixth stage of the 65th edition of the Dauphine Criterium

Criterium du Dauphine: Chris Froome retains grip on yellow jersey after stage six

Froome came home safely in the peloton

Chris Froome

Criterium du Dauphine: Chris Froome takes the overall lead

Team Sky rider wins stage five

Nawaz Sharif's challenges include rolling electricity blackouts and militant attacks

Nawaz Sharif makes history as he is sworn in as Pakistan's PM for third time

He promises to tackle the power cuts that have crippled industry - and repeats demand for end to US drone strikes

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Statues of Sir Edmund Hillary Tenzing Norgay are decorated with garlands

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Sixty years after Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay reached the top of the world, anniversary celebrations took place in the shadow of a mountain they might now struggle to recognise.

Walk of the month: Welsh wildlife - even better close up in Ynyshir

Ospreys are the main draw as Mark Rowe ticks off his bird-spotting list near the base of the BBC's 'Springwatch'

Giro d'Italia: Stage 19 cancelled due to heavy snow

Italian Vincenzo Nibali is the overall leader of the race

4000 Miles, The Print Room, London

Theatre review: 4000 Miles, The Print Room, London

Amy Herzog's play has travelled, well, nearly 4,000 miles: it premièred in New York in 2011 – winning its young author an Obie – while in the UK it opened at the Ustinov Studio in Bath, directed by James Dacre, earlier this year. 

Mark Cavendish (left) tries to keep up in the points leader’s red jersey yesterday

Giro D'Italia: Mark Cavendish's painful day threatens points prize

Mark Cavendish's chances of holding on to the red jersey as points leader in the Giro d'Italia received a setback when late on the 28-year-old sprinter was dropped on a short but painfully steep climb and lost any chance of gaining points in any bunch sprint finale.

Yuichiro Miura, right, rests on his way up Mount Everest with his son

The five-mile high octogenarian contest: 80-year-old man begins quest to become oldest man to climb Mount Everest... but 81-year-old rival also seeks title

Yuichiro Miura, 80, who has had heart surgery four times is already in the oxygen-deficient 'death zone'

Daniel Hughes did not have permission to give a phone interview from the top of the mountain

The height of rule-breaking: Everest climber Daniel Hughes in trouble for 'illegal' video interview from peak

A British climber who delivered a live video interview from the top of Mount Everest has found himself in trouble with the Nepalese authorities who have branded the broadcast illegal.

Russia claims to have foiled possible terror plot

Russia's counter-terrorism agency says it killed two militants it believes were planning a terrorist act in Moscow and detained a third.

The world's longest lift-served ski run, the Vallée Blanche, descends for 22km (13.6 miles) into Chamonix

British skier falls to his death near Chamonix in French Alps

A British skier has died after plunging more than 3,000 feet while tackling a famous off piste glacier in the French Alps.

Tim Key: 'We couldn't call mountain rescue or justifiably perish, so we pressed on'

I went to Wales the other day and while I was there I went for a longish walk and that's what my column's about this week.

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