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914 students had taken the Class 12th examination.The board has also declared the result for the Class 10th examination on its official website By Idrees Ali and Jonathan Landay WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Even after a string of deadly Taliban attacks in Afghanistan in recent months the outgoing commander of US and international forces there insisted on Wednesday that President Donald Trump’s strategy of an open-ended deployment was making progress A year ago Trump agreed to an open-ended deployment of US military advisers trainers and special forces and increased air support for Afghan forces "I believe the strategy is working. The reconciliation progress is significant and ultimately wars end with a political settlement" General John Nicholson commander of the NATO-led Resolute Support mission said He was speaking to reporters on the telephone from Kabul in one of his last media engagements The Taliban have launched a wave of attacks in recent weeks including on the city of Ghazni southwest of Kabul Hundreds have been killed in the fighting An inspector general report released this week said that despite Trump’s new strategy the Taliban continue to launch attacks across the country "As has been the case since the announcement of the South Asia strategy the share of the population in areas controlled/influenced by the Taliban or the Afghan government did not change this quarter" the report said Nicholson who after more than two years has become the longest-serving US commander of international forces is going to be replaced by Army Lieutenant General Scott Miller next month Back-channel diplomacy between the Taliban and a range of countries — including the United States — has taken place over the years to end the war in Afghanistan which began with a US invasion in 2001 "We have an unprecedented opportunity a window of opportunity for peace right now" Nicholson said In June the Taliban observed a government ceasefire over the three-day Eid al-Fitr festival raising hopes for talks This week Afghan President Ashraf Ghani offered Taliban militants a three-month ceasefire While Nicholson said the Taliban had not responded two insurgent commanders told Reuters that the Taliban rejected the government offer The four-star general was the latest US commander to offer an optimistic view of the 17-year old war even as the security situation in the country deteriorated However Nicholson acknowledged the government had not increased its control over territory in Afghanistan "There has not been a significant change one way or the other with respect to population control. we have seen other forms of pressure emerge social religious etc that are advancing the peace process" Nicholson said (Reporting by Idrees Ali and Jonathan Landay; Editing by David Gregorio) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Saturday Night Live released an unaired sketch from this week’s episode and it’s a doozie In the sketch two Ferguson-area morning anchors one black one white played by Cecily Strong and Kenan Thompson are faced with sustaining their upbeat inane chatter in the wake of the protests over a grand jury’s decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson for the death of teenager Michael Brown Their patter is filled with uncomfortable slips of the tongue and clear race divides that only get worse when guest chef Daryl Wilson (played by host James Franco) stops by to cook up a healthy meal While the sketch is uncomfortable and difficult to watch it’s a shame that it was cut from the episode Comedy has a long history of turning a lens on difficult situations and challenging people to think about events and circumstances we would rather avoid The SNL sketch also bears a striking similarity to NBC’s decision to focus on the annual lighting of the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree rather than show the streets surrounding the building which were filled with protestors angered over the grand jury’s decision not to indict a white NYPD officer in the death of Eric Garner [H/T Uproxx] The Brief Newsletter Sign up to receive the top stories you need to know right now View Sample Sign Up Now Read next: Watch Tina Fey Joke About Bill Cosby Rape Allegations on SNL in 2005 Contact us at [email protected] least three of President Donald Trumps political appointees are drawing taxpayer-funded paychecks while owing the Internal Revenue Service tens of thousands of dollars a Center for Public Integrity review of federal financial disclosures reveals Trumps appointment of federal debtors to his administration perpetuates a pattern thats dogged presidential administrations including that of President Barack Obama for decades Trump himself has yet to address the issue in any meaningful way Meanwhile a bill aimed in part at disqualifying serious tax scofflaws from federal employment has languished since Rep Jason Chaffetz R-Utah introduced it in January (Chaffetz resigned in June) "The Trump administration is proving to be no different than any of the others" said Marcus Owens a partner at law firm Loeb & Loeb and former director of the IRS exempt organizations division "For senior executives particularly there should be some requirement that they should stay current on their taxes" White House spokeswoman Natalie Strom declined to answer questions about the White Houses policies on employing people who owe the IRS money or whether Trump himself would like his appointees to retire their IRS debts The Trump administration officials IRS debts were spotted by reporters and volunteers for #CitizenSleuth a project launched last month by the Center for Public Integrity and Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting The crowd-sourced investigation is examining detailed financial disclosures from more than 400 top Trump administration officials and nominees including nearly 190 who reported owing someone money from student loans to mortgages to credit card debt The Trump appointees reporting money owed to the federal government include Justin Clark a prominent Trump White House aide who owes up to $50000 in back taxes according to disclosure records A financial disclosure filed by Clark the White House director of intergovernmental affairs and a deputy assistant to the president does not indicate hes actively paying off his debts through an IRS-approved payment plan In his role Clark serves as the White Houses liaison to state local and tribal governments US Department of Agriculture Special Assistant Joe Alexander and White House Liaison for the Corporation for National and Community Service Deborah Cox-Roush who each also reported owing up to $50000 in federal taxes indicate they are on payment plans according to their financial disclosures Reached by phone Cox-Roush explained that she didnt withhold enough money from her income earlier this decade and therefore got behind on her taxes She expects to clear her debts in full by September The White House expressed no concerns to Cox-Roush about her tax situation she added "Its not been an issue and Ive done what the law has allowed me to do" said Cox-Roush who according to her LinkedIn resume also serves as director of the Senior Corps Until June she worked as a special assistant to US Department of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos Clark earns a taxpayer-funded annual salary of $165000 according to White House records Alexander whom ProPublica identified as a "GS-15" employee on the federal pay scale would earn somewhere from $103672 and $134776 based on that designation Cox-Roush was a GS-15 employee during her stint at the Department of Education although its unclear how much she earns at her new job Clark and Alexander as well as representatives of the Department of Agriculture did not return requests for comment IRS spokesman Bruce Friedland declined to comment on the matter citing federal privacy laws In general the IRS advises that "those who receive a bill from the IRS should not ignore it" Strom the White House spokeswoman emphasized that federal officials owing the IRS money is “hardly a new practice” adding: “Im just wondering why its such a big deal that these three people voluntarily disclosed that they owe the IRS money especially when two of them are even already on a payment plan with the IRS as your records show” Indeed the issue of key federal government officials owing the IRS money isnt new and dogged the Obama administration as well Take the case of Timothy Geithner who once paid back taxes before becoming Obamas treasury secretary a position in which Geithner oversaw the IRS Early in Obamas administration 41 aides working in the Executive Office of the President together owed the tax man more than $831000 according to a Washington Post analysis of IRS data By late 2014 45 of the 1823 people employed by the Obama administrations Executive Office of the President had delinquent income tax payments together worth about $460000 according to a periodic report issued by the IRS Federal Employee/Retiree Delinquency Initiative Unlike the personal financial disclosures revealing the three Trump officials five-figure IRS debts these earlier Obama-era reports do not name names or reveal debt details There is also no comparable IRS debt data yet available for the federal workforce in 2017 making it impossible to know whether current White House officials and federal employees in general owe the IRS less money or more under Trumps administration Moreover Trump has only been in office since Jan 20 and has not fully populated his administration with key personnel Hundreds of political positions Trump is responsible for filling are either vacant because he hasnt appointed people to fill them or because the Senate has not confirmed people hes nominated Many key Trump administration personnel also have yet to file public personal financial disclosures that are supposed to list personal debts so its impossible to know whether anyone else owes the IRS money Government watchdogs say situations in which key federal officials owe back taxes undercuts Americans faith in their government "Public leaders should be responsible in their own affairs and owing such a debt could lead to instances of corruption" said Scott H Amey general counsel for the Project on Government Oversight a nonpartisan nonprofit "We should hold people we appoint to political positions to a high standard" said Ryan Alexander president Taxpayers for Common Sense another nonpartisan nonprofit "Clarifying what the standards even are would be helpful" As for the IRS Trump is angling to shrink it: His 2018 budget proposal calls for staffing cuts to the bureau Trump also wants to cut the IRS overall budget to $965 billion down from $121 billion six years ago and about $112 billion last fiscal year (Congress has indicated it probably wont cut IRS funding as deeply as Trump would like) Trump himself reported no IRS debt on a personal financial disclosure form he filed in June He is however no stranger to debt writ large: His latest personal financial disclosures indicate he has at least $315 million of it largely stemming from business ventures and owed to a variety of foreign and domestic creditors Trump citing an ongoing audit by the IRS has categorically refused to release his personal tax returns bucking a practice followed by every major presidential candidate since the 1960s The IRS itself has stated that "nothing prevents individuals from sharing their own tax information" Such documents would reveal Trumps tax rate overall tax payments and charitable giving among other 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