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RAWALPINDI: Two Pakistan Army soldiers were martyred during an intelligence-based operation (IBO) in Spilga area of Miranshah, according to a statement issued by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). ?Security forces conducted an IBO on credible information about the presence of terrorists in Spilga area of Miranshah. During sanitisation of area, fire exchange took place between terrorists and security forces,? the statement reads.
BERLIN: Germany would relax insolvency rules under proposals set out on Saturday to help avert a wave of bankruptcies in Europe’s biggest economy, provided companies hit by the coronavirus crisis have a robust business model. Keen to avoid bankruptcies and mass layoffs, Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government has launched a range of stimulus and relief measures as Germany braces for its biggest slump since World War Two, having shrunk by an unprecedented 9.7%
Ruth Bader Ginsburg lost her battle with metastatic pancreas cancer at the age of 87 After the tragic demise of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the world was left heartbroken and devastated over the insurmountable loss. Hollywood stars joined hands in paying respects to the feminist political figure who passed away on Friday after losing her battle with metastatic pancreas cancer.
Oregon was especially hard hit by scores of wind-driven wildfires that erupted all at once across the western United States earlier this month GATES, OREGON: Heavy and intermittent showers were good news for residents of the state on Friday as it helped firefighters subdue the deadly flames further after nearly two weeks of carnage caused by the wildfires.
Any decision the Centre will take on reopening educational institutions will be "guided by the advice of Health Ministry", says Shafqat Mahmood. Photo: Geo.tv/file ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mahmood said Saturday that any hasty decision to close educational institutions will "destroy education", in reference to the Saeed Ghani's announcement from the other day that Sindh was delaying the reopening of secondary schools.
Any decision the Centre will take on reopening educational institutions will be "guided by the advice of Health Ministry", says Shafqat Mahmood. Photo: Geo.tv/file ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mahmood said Saturday that any hasty decision to close educational institutions will "destroy education", in reference to the Saeed Ghani's announcement from the other day that Sindh was delaying the reopening of secondary schools.
ISLAMABAD: The Sensitive Price Indicator (SPI) based weekly inflation for the week ending on September 17 recorded an increase of 0.71, according to the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS). It attributed the increase to a rise of one per cent or more in prices of food items, including tomatoes (27.71%),
ISLAMABAD: Federal Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood said on Saturday that the health of students is the government?s top priority. Taking to Twitter today, he said: ?Any decision we make will be guided by the advice of Health Ministry. Having said that 6 months closure deeply affected the students.? Read More: ‘Second phase to reopen schools postponed by Sindh govt’ Shafqat Mahmood said the decision to reopen educational institutions across the country was taken with ?great care?.
Emmys dress code for presenters: hazmat suits for the pandemic-impacted live telecast With the Emmys weekend kicking off, new details about the upcoming COVID-impacted show are coming afloat. As per reports, the all-virtual Emmy Awards 2020 will feature presenters wearing complete hazmat suits when handing out awards. According to the producers of the big award night, the presenters will be donning some dapper-looking Emmy gear as they may be ?visiting some of the winners live during Sunday night?s telecast.?
Some analysts say it appeared difficult to craft a deal that allays concerns in both countries on security, algorithms used by TikTok. Photo: File WASHINGTON: Amid a deadline on their heads set by President Donald Trump, negotiators struggled to formulate a new ownership plan for TikTok. A deal appeared to be taking shape this week that would allow Silicon Valley-based Oracle to be the US technology partner for TikTok to allay Washington's concerns that the platform could be used for Chinese espionage.