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In Brief: Committee to study Khmer astrology

In Brief: Committee to study Khmer astrology

The Ministry of Cults and Religions has formed a new commission to research Khmer astrology, traditions and customs, according to a statement obtained by the Post Sunday. Twenty-two people have so far been appointed to the commission, the statement said - six to an administrative group chaired by Minister of Cults and Religions Min Khin, and 16 to a research group directed by astrology expert Im Borin. KHUON LEAKHANA

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