Last updated when July 27, 2020 10:57 in the morning
Prime Minister Imran Khan will make a speech in the country after leading an important COVID-19 meeting.
ISLAMABAD (Dunya News) – Prime Minister Imran Khan will make a speech in the country on Monday (toady) to bring him into confidence about the corona virus situation, sources know the confidential information of Dunya News.
It is known that the prime minister will give a speech in the country after leading an important meeting on COVID-19 and highlighting the effective planning of the federal government against a pandemic. Imran Khan will talk about the popularity of smart locks around the world.
The meeting will finalize the strategy for implementing standard operating procedures (SOP) during Eid al-Adha. Briefing will be given regarding the situation of the coronavirus in the provinces and government steps to fight the epidemic.
This session will also discuss recommendations from the National Operations Command Center (NCOC) to reopen educational institutions. Important decisions will likely be made in connection with the opening of marriage halls and other businesses after Eid al-Adha.
High-ranking officials including ministers, advisors and representatives of civil and military institutions will attend the meeting. All provincial chief ministers will participate in the session via video link.
Senior Punjab Minister Abdul Aleem Khan Saturday said that the process of change in the country had begun from the top with a clear reduction in corruption in the last two years. He said that the rulers who sat did not set up private factories nor did they give gifts to their relatives from the national treasury or form royal families.
Talking about the settlement two years after the general election (July 25), Abdul Aleem Khan said that Prime Minister Imran Khan had saved millions of rupees from the national finance minister by not setting up camp offices and not spending government money on his foreign trips like the previous rulers.
Abdul Aleem Khan swear that in Sha Allah, the next three years will be spent implementing party manifestos, alleviating the problems of the people and moving the country on the path of true development and prosperity.
He said that July 25 was also impressive in this regard when the people in the country had given a clear mandate in supporting change through the power of the vote and by choosing Prime Minister Imran Khan they had proven their sanity.
He said that money laundering and building overseas property in the last two years had also been stopped and instead of using taxpayers’ money for development and the PTI Government laid the foundation of a new Pakistan in these two years.
He further said that despite financial and other difficulties in the past two years, the country has moved forward, Prime Minister Imran Khan has taken a clear example on his election agenda. The Senior Minister said that global epidemics such as Corona have been better handled under the current leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s strategy for Covd-19 has proven true with the passage of time. He said that the expenditure of government institutions including the Prime Minister’s Building had been significantly reduced. He said that in the past two years, family relations and family politics had not been promoted in this country and there was no individual supervision of Government money.
The federal government brings performance two years before the nation
ISLAMABAD (Dunya News) – The Federal Government of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has decided to bring the performance of the government two years before the nation.
According to sources, the success of the federal government in national policy and foreign relations will be announced. The problem of providing assistance to those in need under the Ehsas program will be brought to the fore.
Sources said that people will be briefed on progress in economic targets, debt repayment, sugar and the gasoline crisis.
With a timely and correct government decision, the problem of controlling the Coronavirus epidemic will be brought before the people.
According to sources, the state media team raised the issue of bringing the next two years’ performance of the cabinet.
The proposal will be considered for Prime Minister Imran Khan’s approval.
KARACHI: Pakistani People’s Party Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said on Monday that Prime Minister Imran Khan was a “danger” to democracy, the economy and the nation when he slammed Pakistan’s foreign policy Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) about Kashmir, Geo News reported.
In a speech at a press conference flanked by PPP leaders in a metropolitan city, he said: “Imran Khan is the first and last prime minister who failed to unite the country with Kashmir’s goals.”
Every government in the past – dictatorship, democratic, elected or elected – was able to unite the people on the Kashmir road, he said, adding: “I am surprised that despite all these problems, the prime minister, on the floor of the house, said that PTI’s foreign policy was the most successful. “
“I am the only politician from the opposition and treasury who oppose Modi. In contrast to the policy of appeasement of one of the ruling parties with Modi, the PPP has always maintained its stand and has opposed it from day one and will do so in the future, “Bilawal said.
“But this incompetent prime minister has failed to form national unity on Kashmir’s grounds, he is the prime minister running a Modi election campaign that claims that if Modi wins, the Kashmir problem will be resolved,” he said.
The government’s appeasement policy with Modi must be ended, Bilawal said, adding that the government’s foreign policy led by PTI had damaged Pakistan. He urged the government to provide assistance to frontline workers, laborers, farmers, and those affected by coronavirus. Bilawal claimed the Sindh government, despite all obstacles and difficulties, presented a friendly budget for the people.
Responding to the criticism Sindh has faced for his response to coronavirus, Bilawal said the province has the highest per capita testing capacity, free treatment for patients, and free testing for viruses is being carried out in the province.
The PPP Chair claimed the PTI-led government at the Central and provincial levels had reduced the number of tests intentionally. “They are pushing Pakistanis to danger.” Bilawal urged the media to do an unbiased report on the PTI corruption narrative when he said the ruling government was the most corrupt.
Former All Blacks coach Steve Hansen urged New Zealand to be strong in their negotiations with Australia about the future of Super Rugby.
Super Rugby was stopped in March because the COVID-19 pandemic and the future of the southern hemisphere competition are being discussed.
Earlier this week, Australian Rugby (RA) chairman Hamish McLennan said their counterparts in New Zealand were trying to dictate possible trans-Tasman Super Rugby competition requirements, amid reports the NZR was trying to limit the number of Australian teams involved.
Hansen said he felt that New Zealand Rugby must do the best for their rugby players and insisted that they were indebted to Australia.
“Without controversy, we have been guarding Aussies for years,” Hansen told Stuff Media on Sunday.
“And every time we need something from them, especially at a high level, sometimes they disappear.
“Do we owe them something? No. But because we are our nation, and we care more about the game than ourselves, we bend and bend a little.
“I think NZ Rugby is in the mood to have a strong discussion because they only get one chance for that.”
Much of its impact centered on the composition of the Super Rugby of 2021, with both countries reportedly interested in exploring the trans-Tasman competition rather than returning to tournaments involving teams from South Africa and Argentina.
McLennan told Australian media this week that a leaked report stated that the preferred option by NZR was to have only two or three Australian parties in the trans-Tasman competition.
Hansen said what was most important was not to dilute the New Zealand team with more than five teams and to minimize travel for the welfare of the players.
“You have to start with what you want from him? Instead of, ‘OK, we will hold this competition,'” Hansen said.
“It must be truly competitive and produce world-class players. If you let it be facilitated, there is too big a gap between Super Rugby and the rugby test.”
Former All Blacks captain Kieran Read supports the call for an integrated international rugby season but fears money “coming out of the north” might thwart efforts to create a global calendar.
Read believes international rugby needs to move away from the current schedule which often forces players from both sides to play Test matches out of season, but fears of a richer northern hemisphere may continue to influence how the global calendar is organized.
At present, the Northern Hemisphere team is conducting tests in the Southern Hemisphere in June or July – at the end of their season – and the Southern Hemisphere toured in the North in November and December. The international windows, which fall in the middle of the Super Rugby season or European club season, substantially extend the season for top players.
Beaumont is a strong supporter of the world Test championship, although his efforts to build one year ago were stalled by a standoff over promotion-relegation.
Southern hemisphere countries oppose Beaumont’s re-election, supporting the nomination of Argentine Agustin Pichot’s reforms. In part, Beaumont is considered to represent the status quo and is too protective of the Six Nations tournament and the English and French club tournaments. He has made it clear that he will oppose any steps to reschedule the Six Nations, which feature Ireland, France, Italy, Wales, Scotland and England.
Read, who retired from the Rugby Test after last year’s World Cup in Japan and after leading the All Blacks in 52 of 127 tests, hopes an agreement can be reached that will better integrate the global season and give fans more interest.
“I want to see some sort of consistency around the season,” he told the Stuff news website on Tuesday.
“That would be better for everyone involved and especially for the players. So you don’t play outside the season, which shortens your season [and] which means you will not recover well and be ready for next year. “
Read also join many fans in the call for further tours by countries that are playing the test, a step away from the existing competition.
“I think the tour is important for international games,” he said. “The way I see it and the way the game makes money will determine and the money may come out of the north.
“The tour for me is more on the end of the year tour that we have to experience a little. It was the best time for a player and I think the fans might be able to feel it too. When you get a competitive series it certainly makes a pretty good display.”
ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) on Friday accused Prime Minister Imran Khan of leaving the entire country with the mercy of COVID-19 and grasshoppers.
“PTI has come to power as a destructive force in Pakistan and because of the failure of the government’s economic policy, the country’s economy is on the verge of collapse,” PPP Information Secretary Dr Nafeesa Shah said in reaction to criticism of the PPP government spokesman.
Dr Nafeesa Shah said that Information Minister Shibli Faraz tried to hide Imran Khan’s incapacity by criticizing PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.
PPP leaders say the federal government’s decision is a cause for concern. He said that according to the test report for COVID-19 it did not comply with the standards and no action was taken to control the disease. “Grasshoppers are playing havoc for farmers across the country. The government was chosen in the usual confusion about the grasshopper problem, “he said.
Dr Nafeesa said there were different ministerial statements about locking because on one hand Dr Zafar Mirza said that there might be a need for locks and on the other hand, Shibli Faraz said that there would be no lock. He called on the government to stop playing with the lives of the people of Pakistan.
The history of the United States and the colonies that formed it has been a 413-year balancing act on a variety of topics, priorities, desires and ambitions. Now, in the era of coronavirus, the tug of war – is this about the individual or the community they are in? – Showing himself in a new, high-risk way.
On Friday, protesters gathered at the foot of the Pennsylvania Capitol stairs – most of them without masks – for the second time in a month to curse Governor Tom Wolf and demand that he “reopen” the country sooner. This is one of many countries where vocal minorities have criticized virus-related shutdowns for trampling on individual rights.
“He who dares is free,” read the sign carried by a Pennsylvania protester. “Selfish and proud,” said another, referring to the governor’s statement that the politician who advocated the immediate reopening was “selfish.” “My body is my choice,” a sign at a rally in Texas reads, co-opting the slogan for the right of abortion to oppose mandatory mask rules.
“This pandemic presents both the common good and the freedom of this classic individual. And the ethos from different parts of the country about this is very, very different. And it pulls the country in all these different directions, “said Colin Woodard, author of” American Characters: The History of the Epic Struggle Between Individual Freedom and Shared Goodness. “
Although polls show the majority of Americans still support some degree of closure, the cry for reopening has grown in recent weeks as job losses continue to increase. In Pennsylvania and throughout the country, the general chorus of demonstrators is: Don’t tell me how to live my life when I have to get out of the house and preserve my livelihood.
“They were told to stay at home, just wait. And that’s a very strange democratic message to get. And the only way to do that is to say,” I trust the government, ‘”said Elspeth Wilson, assistant government professor at Franklin & Marshall College in Pennsylvania.
While the catalyst is an unprecedented pandemic, the collision of individual rights and the common good is as old as the republic itself: Where the right of one American to move in public without the tip of a mask, and the right of another American to not be infected with a potentially fatal virus starting?
“This is economic paralysis by analysis for several people. And they are afraid, “said Steven Benko, an ethicist at Meredith College in North Carolina.” They feel humiliated. “
The Americans have long romanticized those who reject the system and take action on their own – criminals, cowboys, rebels. Many American leaders have struggled to reconcile it with the principles of “common good” that are generally needed to govern.
“Reagan does it better than anyone. He is a cowboy who sells the American vision together. That’s quite a contradiction,” Benko said.
Ronald Reagan’s coronation metaphor – the United States as a “city on a hill” – was borrowed from the Puritans, whose traditions shaped the American ethos, including the compact that created the first British government in the New World. But Puritanism also asserts that hard work, a form of moral truth, signifies success and salvation.
Over time, and with other ingredients added as more groups come to the American coast, a vague shame becomes inherent in the inability to be an individualist: If you cannot get along alone, in the eyes of some people, you are less than American.
But can such “crude individualism”, as it came to be known, be applied in a 21st century virus scenario where everything from food shopping to health care to package delivery requires complex and precise networks that form a common good?
Also discussed in this debate, which some people call neglected truths: Individualism tends to benefit powerful groups, economically or socially. In short, doing what someone wants is much easier when you have the means – health care, money, privileges – to deal with the effects it has.
That is especially relevant when the direct impact of one’s individualism – in the form of a virus-laden droplet – can ripen to other people.
“We fail to recognize how interdependent we really are,” said Lenette Azzi-Lessing, a clinical professor of social work at Boston University who studies economic inequality.
“Pandemic and handling it successfully does require cooperation. It also requires joint sacrifice. And that is a very bitter pill to swallow by many Americans, “he said.” This pandemic reveals that our destinies are interrelated, that the person in front of us is lining up at the grocery store, if he does not have access to good health care, that it will have an impact on our health. “
U.S. History sometimes it is revealed that during the turbulence – the Great Depression, World War II, even the founding of the nation itself – the common good became the dominant American gene for a while. Will it happen here? Or are political and economic fragmentation and social media too strong to allow it?
“The status quo is individualism. And then when we come to this crisis period, that changes, “said Anthony DiMaggio, a political scientist at Lehigh University who examined groups that advocated reopening. “All these rules go out the window and people are willing to throw away all ways of looking at this world.”
So what is it, as Ayn Rand once told the interviewer, that “everyone must live as an end in himself, and follow his own rational interests?” Or more like Woody Guthrie, quoting Tom Joad in “The Grapes of Wrath”: “Everyone might be just one big soul – well, it seems so to me.”
More likely, in a country sewn together by an act of high-level political compromise, there is something in between – a new path that Americans must map so they can continue their four-century trial through an unprecedented period. Once again.
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More than 80,000 people in Massachusetts have now been infected with a new corona virus, health officials said Wednesday, reporting 174 other deaths.
The total number of confirmed cases now reaches 80,497, after rising 1,165 on Wednesday, and the number of deaths is 5,315, according to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.
It came a day after the department reported only 33 deaths from the corona virus in Massachusetts, the lowest number since the spike, although that was partly due to the late reporting on Monday which included some of the deaths that should have been reported on Tuesday. However, Monday and Tuesday together only an average of 81 deaths per day, about half of the number seen during the surge in mid-April.
However, health leaders and officials have encouraged the public not to draw long-term conclusions from data for one or two days, and the increase in deaths on Wednesday is returning to levels reported during the spike.
Officials have warned that recovery will take place long after the virus stops spreading very quickly. Among them was Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, who announced Wednesday that his city has reported no deaths from the new corona virus the day before.
“A day without death to report is certainly a good day but we still have work to do if we want to see it every day,” Walsh said.
Mayor Marty Walsh said that the city still has a lot of work to do before life returns to normal.
Massachusetts for weeks became one of the COVID-19 epicenter in the U.S., with the fourth most cases – surpassed this week by Illinois, which now has a surge – and death among all countries.
Baker and other health officials said Massachusetts’ high count was likely due to state testing among the country’s most per capita population – more than 400,000 tests were conducted on Tuesday, according to the Department of Public Health.