ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday approved the creation of a ‘National Job Portal’ to provide enormous employment opportunities for the country’s youth.
The prime minister gave the approval in a meeting with Special Assistant for Youth Affairs Usman Dar. Given the increasing number of coronavirus cases in the country, it was decided to hand back the responsibility to the Tiger Force to control the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The prime minister said the PTI government was committed to fulfilling another promise with the youth. Making youth the country’s top asset, the prime minister said their empowerment was the PTI government’s top priority.
Usman Dar briefed the prime minister on the Kamyab Jawan program and informed him of the progress being made in providing loans to youth. He also updated the prime minister on the ‘National Job Portal’.
The Advisor to the Chief of the General Staff of the Armenian Army Vladimir Pogosyan on Thursday compared Israel to Nazi Germany and promised revenge for its support for Azerbaijan in the conflict in the Nagorno-Karabakh region.
“Politicians in Armenia are finally starting to realize what Europe and Israel are, especially Israel. Israel today and Germany in 1933 are the same. The only difference is that I have understood it since the first war,” Podosyan wrote on Facebook.
“We will not forgive anyone, and we will not forget whose hand is covered in Armenian blood. The day will come, and we will take revenge. Israel, Turkey and other countries are building Azerbaijan armies. And what they achieved with it. ? We’ll win! Don’t hesitate about that. “
Every Friday, AV Club staff started our weekly open thread for discussions about game plans and recent game triumphs, but of course, the real action is in the comments, where we invite you to answer our timeless questions: What Are You Playing This Weekend?
Everyone remembers this moment Gate when they first noticed that the strings appeared, so to speak, and that the sleek science fiction test chamber you were served by GLaDOS’s seemingly friendly sound was nothing but smoke and mirrors. At some point, everyone notices cracks in the walls, scribbled scribbles telling you “the cake is a lie”, and discarded trash some one who experienced all of this before you. It’s all the things the game says you shouldn’t “should” see, but when you do, it marks the point where Gate stops being a fun puzzle game, and starts to get a little scary. Reality is not real. These are tricks designed to get you to complete a specific task.
This is also a trick that has been implemented in many other games, from Stanley’s parable to Bioshock, and while it can be cool and unsettling if done right, you are still only seeing the reality the game developer intends you to witness. If you ask me, this sort of thing gets downright terrifying when you stumble upon a crack that the developers never intended and manage to peer into a dark and abandoned world that no one should see.
If you’ve ever played 3D video games, especially those that had the type of bug affectionately referred to as “jank” (cough Bethesda cough), You’ve probably seen an error where your character falls through an invisible hole in the floor and you can look up to see the thin cardboard structure and the endless expanse of “sky” where this world was created. I’ve always found that sort of thing really creepy, because it violates established rules about the reality that video games present. If you fall to the floor, for example, there is no way of knowing what you will see in the bottomless abyss that consumes you because the fabric of reality has effectively left the window.
YouTube channel likes Boundary Limits have built up a successful following by exploring this sort of thing from an archaeological perspective, using mods or hacks to take control of a video game camera so they can fly it or aim it wherever they want. The idea is that you can see the Easter eggs that developers are smuggling in just to make themselves laugh, or maybe learn about how the game loads the interior of a building by actually hiding it deep underground and moving players to it when they walk through the door. It’s like going backstage at Chuck E. Cheese, but instead of looking at a rat costume and empty machine, you’ll find a vast desert of darkness, a mysterious black cube serving some unknown function, and creepy close-up eyeballs. .
In 2019, PT fans know that if you hack into the camera and pull it from your usual first-person perspective, you can see that Lisa, the ghost that haunts you during the short game, is actually hovering over your back and disappearing from view the entire time. There’s no way to see it there in the game, and he’s probably just there as some kind of spooky sound trigger (or maybe so the game doesn’t have to load his model separately and be able to move it right away where it needs to be), but knowing that he’s being there all the time and you can’t turn around and catch it – no matter how fast you are – making things that much creepier.
To me, this isn’t just scary because PT is a horror game. I find all of these things extremely terrifying, but in a way I almost don’t want to forget. I like to see what’s behind the walls, say, school level Tony Hawk Pro Skater 1 + 2,because I was curious to see what the developers would put in a room that the average player would never see. But I still cringe about it. Maybe because this is something unique to video games (or at least a virtual world)? Turn the camera on a film or TV show, and you’ll see crew members watching everything that happens. Look behind a wall in real life and you will not see a bottomless hole becoming an unmarked void; You will only see whatever is behind that wall.
As Gate test room, video games are all smoke and mirrors (Google “frustum culling” some time for some real superficial magic). But the thing about smoke and mirrors is that they usually cover something ordinary. That’s how developers think about the empty expanse surrounding their game world, but it seems to me to be haunting. So covering it up is not a trick, and is more of a compassion.
Germany this week said it would share with Israel any coronavirus vaccines it makes in Europe.
German Health Minister Jens Spahn on Sunday notified Israel’s Ambassador to Germany Jeremy Issacharoff about the decision, which comes after a meeting last week between Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi and his German counterpart Heiko Maas in Berlin.
Although the exact number of vaccinations is unclear, Israel is expected to receive thousands or possibly millions of vaccinations if the initiative is truly successful.
“I thank the German foreign and health ministers for their support to Israel in the fight against the coronavirus,” said Ashkenazi.
“This move symbolizes a special and deep friendship and a warm bond between countries.”
According to Ashkenazi, receiving the vaccine from Germany “will allow the economy to return to full activity in Israel.”
He added that Ambassador Issacharoff and embassy staff “have played a large role in this important milestone.”
Germany’s decision to supply Israel with a vaccination developed by Europe is conflicting decision created by the European Union Health Safety Committee to supply first only European countries with European vaccinations.
But as one of the major powers in the EU, Germany is able to bypass committee decisions and justify its arrangement with Israel, among other things, with the “close ties” the two countries have.
Anglo-Swedish pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca has recently continued clinical trials for a vaccine in Japan, UK, Brazil, South Africa and India.
QUEENSBURY – The Salvation Army of Glens Falls, in collaboration with the USDA Farmers to Families Food Box program, will offer drive-thru contactless food distribution on Mondays in October.
Food distribution will start Monday, October 5, and continue on October 12 and October 19, from 10 a.m. to noon, in the Great Escape car park at 33 Round Pond Road in Queensbury.
The drive-thru is open to anyone in need and is intended to ensure everyone has access to the necessary supplemental food, Salvation Army officials said in a press release.
The USDA Farmers to Families Food Box program helps distribute fresh food, including produce, meat and dairy, to families to ensure that all Americans have access to the fresh food they need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This effort complements the work already done by The Salvation Army of Glens Falls and is a collaborative effort.
Joining the Salvation Army are the town of Glens Falls, Warren County, Tri-County United Way, the Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce and Six Flags personnel.