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Punjab Finalises Strategy to Reopen all Universities

After more than three months of closure due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Punjab government has decided to reopen all universities across the province, ARY News reported.According to sources, the provincial government has finalised all recommendations with the consultation of all varsities vice-chancellors.According to a strategy prepared by the provincial

England Issue Lists 59 Countries for Quarantine-Free Travel

The British government unveiled on Friday a list of 59 countries, including Turkey, where people in England can travel to and from without quarantining for two weeks.The countries include most EU countries, including France, Italy, Spain and Germany, as well as countries like Japan, Jamaica, New Zealand, and South Korea.The

IT minister Lauds Google for Enabling Digital Transformation in Country

Federal Minister for Information Technology (IT) and Telecommunication Syed Amin Ul Haque on Friday appreciated efforts made by Google towards bringing a digital transformation in the country.The federal minister was virtually briefed by Pakistan’s Google team about initiatives currently being undertaken by the company in the country and how Pakistan

Kuwait Legislative Body Approves Expatriate Quota Bill – 800,000 Indians Might have to Leave Kuwait

Kuwait’s National Assembly committee has decided that a draft law proposing a quota for expatriates is constitutional, Kuwait Times daily reported.The bill will now be referred to the concerned committee for consideration. It states that the Indian expatriate community – one of the largest in the country – should not

Goverment Issued SOPs For Cattle Markets During Eid-ul-Adha 2020

Government of the Punjab, Primary & Secondary Healthcare Department has issued the official Notification letter on 2nd July, 2020 in connection with SOPs for cattle markets during Eid-ul-Adha 2020.Cattle Trading and Transportation in the country is a permanent feature during Eid ul Adha. Sacrificing animals on Eid days is a