Usman Buzdar said the outdated system only protects the elite class.
LAHORE (Dunya News) – Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar Friday said the incumbent government was putting the country, which had been cut off due to the wrong policies of the former ruler, in the right direction and correcting mistakes made in the past under the leadership of the Prime. Minister Imran Khan.
Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) officials summoned Sardar Usman Buzdar. CM said he resolved public issues by visiting all Punjab districts and took solid initiatives in this regard after consulting with representatives and party members.
Usman Buzdar said the outdated system only protects the elite class but the regime is working to change it to improve people’s lives.
A montage of the former Miss New Zealand winner is featured in an upcoming documentary about the competition.
An interesting documentary is being made about the ups and downs of the Miss New Zealand competition.
During the 1960’s, 70’s and 80’s, winning the title was the equivalent of becoming an All Black in terms of fame. But now, competition is barely making a ripple.
Documentary filmmaker Neil Gussey says the winner of the competition from that era is Lady Di. She was right, they accompanied royals on women’s magazine covers over the decades and many have had very successful careers in the world of fashion, beauty, and television.
“This documentary is an exciting journey back in time, talking to various winners and reminiscing about their experiences in their years in office,” said Gussey, who has worked with some of the biggest names in the business as a photographer since the 80’s.
He has selected nine winners from the years he thinks stood out the most from both their victories and beyond.
These include our most famous beauty queen Lorraine Downes, who became our first Miss Universe in 1983, and Elaine Daley (Miscall), who was a celebrity for decades when she finished second at Miss World in 1963.
Mrs World 1987 winner Barbara McDowell will appear and Gussey says some of the funniest stories have come from Tracey Allan and her mother, Lorraine, who named Miss Mother and Daughter New Zealand 1988 and flew to Guam and reached the finals.
Alongside interviews with previous winners, Gussey has interviewed several famous faces and industry experts, including Colin Mathura-Jeffree, Paula Ryan, Dame Trelise Cooper, Di Goldsworthy and of course the eyes and ears of the time, the great David Hartnell, to tell the background. behind him and is it really a fairy tale to everyone.
One thing people often forget, Gussey says, is that we nearly lost Miss Universe three years before Downes took the crown in 1983 at Denyse Borley (Nottle)
“Two days before the final of Miss Universe 1980, the press photographer chose Denyse as the winner of Miss Photogenic and she shot up and, out of 75 contestants, was the same favorite to win, along with Miss Sweden and Miss USA with bookies odds of 3-1. “
Nottle was runner up 2nd and went on to become a successful international model working in Europe for many years and is now based in London.
Gussey thinks the peak of the competition will be the mid-80s, when Downes took the crown and the number of views on TV was very high.
In regards to the fall in competition, he said it happened in 1989, when TVNZ stopped playing and time had passed. Gussey said he has seen a revival in the modern era with the rise of reality TV and social media.
She includes Holly Michelle Cassidy from 2013, who competed in Russia for Miss Universe when Donald Trump was running the competition, and Jess Tyson from 2018, who went to Miss World and reached the top six.
Gussey hopes the interview will be completed by the end of August. Look forward to major film screenings at the Event Theater with all proceeds going to the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Center.
The film will then be put on various film festivals next year and be available to watch online.
The government has reclaimed occupied land worth more than Rs 1 billion, said Shahbaz Gill.
LAHORE (Dunya News) – Special Assistant to the Prime Minister of Political Communication Dr. Shahbaz Gill said on Saturday that homes for the poor will be built from now onwards, not in Khokhar Palace and Jati Umrah.
SAPM spoke to media and said the government had reclaimed over Rs 1 billion worth of occupied land and would make homes for the poor on it. All the thieves are united and their protests will continue for the next three years, he said.
“Prime Minister Imran Khan has clarified that he is not going to make a deal with them. The prime minister is against those who bargain for power and is the only leader who will not compromise.
Deputy President of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Maryam Nawaz said Saif ul Malook was a party asset. Only thieves, robbers, and land occupation mafia can become assets of Maryam’s father.
“Coal power plants are obsolete in the world but PML-N built them on the fertile land of Sahiwal. Nowhere in the world can generate electricity directly from coal. “
The government has officially required nearly every traveler to New Zealand to test negative for Covid-19 before boarding a plane.
The new rules will come into effect at 11:59 p.m. on Monday, January 25 – this is in an effort to minimize disruption to passengers leaving soon.
This regulation was signed last week by Covid-19 Minister Chris Hipkins. Previously, only travelers from the UK and US needed to test negative in order to come to New Zealand.
Starting January 25, it has been extended to any incoming tourists, except Australia, Antarctica and most Pacific Island nations.
But not all Pacific Island countries are excluded – Papua New Guinea, which has nearly 1,000 confirmed cases of Covid-19, is not on the list.
Likewise with French Polynesia, where 17,000 cases have been confirmed and 126 people have died from Covid-19.
Hipkins also said that the Government was “exploring several possibilities” whether they could get a small amount of the Covid-19 vaccine to frontline workers earlier than previously hinted at.
“If we can do it, we will be able to do it very quickly – but it all depends on whether the vaccine company will supply it,” he told a news conference this afternoon.
He would not elaborate because it is “quite a sensitive international negotiation”.
Hipkins said the new measures would not stop Covid from entering the country, but the government’s aim was to reduce the number of cases.
He said nearly all travelers had complied with the rules so far, and airlines were “very supportive”.
“New Zealand is not alone here – many countries are now proposing this.”
Hipkins said airlines have been vigilant to ensure travelers have followed the rules before they board their flights to NZ.
Asked about New Zealand’s access to the Covid vaccine, Hipkins said “we are very close to the front of the queue”. The first deliveries will arrive in the first quarter – “that’s the earliest time we can get … that’s the reality of manufacturing”.
Starting February 8, all passengers arriving in New Zealand – except those from exempt countries – without evidence of an approved negative test or medical certificate will be subject to an offense fee or a fine of up to $ 1000.
Hipkins said that so far only one person from the US or UK has not tested negative for Covid-19.
He added that airlines are increasingly refusing to board people who fail to produce negative tests.
But he said the Government could increase the fine if there was a higher level of non-compliance.
In addition to the new pre-departure requirements, the Government has also changed the rules surrounding Covid-19 testing in New Zealand’s managed isolation and quarantine (MIQ) facilities.
From now on, travelers arriving to New Zealand will be required to take the test on arrival – again, except for Australia, Antarctica and most Pacific Island countries.
They still have to undergo quarantine for 14 days, and undergo routine tests on the third and 12th day.
“New Zealand already has some of the strictest border protection measures in the world,” Hipkins said this morning.
“Today’s amendments further strengthen that position in line with the Government’s overall elimination strategy, and more actions can be added as needed.”
Asked about potential contact between people at MIQ facilities, such as in designated smoking areas, Hipkins said the Government has tightened social distancing measures.
Hipkins said the primary obligation was on travelers to comply with regulations – but airlines were also expected to play a role in checking whether passengers had negative test evidence.
Full list of countries and territories not included in the expanded pre-departure requirements:
• Antarctica • Australia • Cook Islands • Federated States of Micronesia • Fiji • Kiribati • Marshall Island • Nauru • New Caledonia • Niue • Palau • Samoa • Solomon Islands • Tokelau • Tonga • Tuvalu • Vanuatu • Wallis and Futuna.