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Indian school teachers concerned about academic loss of students as exams are cancelled again this year due to health and safety measures

3 mn read Keeping in mind the safety and precautions during the virus widespread, Indian administration on 1st June declared cancellation of board examinations of 12th standard. Boards are public exams that is conducted for the students of 10th and 12th standard at the end of the year. 10th boards have already been cancelled in April due to the same reasons. The meeting was chaired by Prime minister Narendra Modi along with other ministers. He said that the health and safety of our students is our priority and keeping it on risk in a no way solution.

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Pakistan Produces China’s COVID-19 Vaccine, Names It PakVac

4 mn read Pakistan has achieved another milestone in medical science. Local scientists have prepared an anti-corona vaccine with the title of PakVac. In the first phase, raw material is taken from neighboring friend country China under the supervision of Chinese authorities; approximately 124 thousand doses have been prepared in the first batch.

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The new post-colonial in the Middle East

4 mn read In the post-pandemic world, signs, and manifestations of slavery present a new era of unconventional challenges perpetrated by governments or armed non-state actors (terrorist organizations, criminal gangs, and hybrid groups), says Benjamin Wittes, an American legal journalist and senior fellow in governance studies at the Brookings Institution.

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Exclusive: Is there a coup in Jordan? Middle East experts explain the inside story

6 mn read The Jordanian royal family said on April 4 it had foiled a plot against the kingdom involving a half-brother of King Abdullah II, arresting at least 16 suspects it accused of “sedition” and alleging foreign complicity. Talking with Amine Kammouriyeh, a Lebanese expert in the middle east, Eat News explores the real story behind this coup between Prince Hamzah and King Abdullah II to research the background and motives of this overthrowing.

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Indian school teachers concerned about academic loss of students as exams are cancelled again this year due to health and safety measures

3 mn read Keeping in mind the safety and precautions during the virus widespread, Indian administration on 1st June declared cancellation of board examinations of 12th standard. Boards are public exams that is conducted for the students of 10th and 12th standard at the end of the year. 10th boards have already been cancelled in April due to the same reasons. The meeting was chaired by Prime minister Narendra Modi along with other ministers. He said that the health and safety of our students is our priority and keeping it on risk in a no way solution.

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Pakistan Produces China’s COVID-19 Vaccine, Names It PakVac

4 mn read Pakistan has achieved another milestone in medical science. Local scientists have prepared an anti-corona vaccine with the title of PakVac. In the first phase, raw material is taken from neighboring friend country China under the supervision of Chinese authorities; approximately 124 thousand doses have been prepared in the first batch.

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The new post-colonial in the Middle East

4 mn read In the post-pandemic world, signs, and manifestations of slavery present a new era of unconventional challenges perpetrated by governments or armed non-state actors (terrorist organizations, criminal gangs, and hybrid groups), says Benjamin Wittes, an American legal journalist and senior fellow in governance studies at the Brookings Institution.

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Shortage of medical supplies during this pandemic is leading to black marketing in India

3 mn read Poonam Sharma lost her husband few days back due to Covid complications. Now, she tested positive along with her 18 years old son after they notice mild symptoms of the virus. Mrs. Poonam said, ‘We are devastated. It is an irrecoverable loss. It all started with a fever and when it got worse, we decided to shift him to the hospital. But finding a bed was the task. After finding one whole day for the bed, we finally shifted him to a private hospital, but he died next day due to cardiac arrest’.

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Kill the Bill: The protests against the UK’s new policing Bill

4 mn read The UK’s Bar Council, a body of barristers, warned the UK government on Tuesday that it risks “criminalising annoying speech” in the Policing Bill which is currently being pushed through Parliament. The Bar Council continued, saying that its proposals for “harassment in a public place” would make annoying speech a criminal offence.

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Colombians call for an end to police sexual violence against women amid massive protests

4 mn read The Colombian government is under pressure to investigate allegations of police sexual violence and excessive use of force against demonstrators. Colombian prosecutors and the ombudsman’s office have confirmed 23 reports of sexual violence committed by ESMAD, or Mobile Anti-Disturbance Squadron — out of 106 reports of violence against women and people with diverse sexual orientation and gender identity. The United Nations and the European Union warned of the violent militarized response and urged calm. An EU spokesperson said, “We condemn the deaths of all the people who have been killed during those protests.”

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