“Taking precautionary measures is very important for police personnel as they are working at public places such as rythu bazaars, markets and other places where many people are gathering to buy essential commodities. The police personnel must not make them vulnerable to infections,” the SP said. … [Read more...] about SP asks police personnel on duty to take precautionary measures
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“It took a long time to even realise that something bad had happened, so I only started weighing up whether to say something when the trans woman began telling the carriage what had happened,” Carla explains. She says she felt stressed, ashamed and conflicted as she weighed up what to do – she felt as though her face went red. “I felt awful for this woman, because I know how much discrimination trans people face… but I was afraid, I didn’t want to be seen shouting at a group of young, visibly Muslim people in case it appeared racist.” Carla also says it was late and she was in a part of town she didn’t know, which fed her inhibitions. In the end, she didn’t speak out except to shout “good for you!” to the woman as she stood up for herself. Describing the story now, Carla apologises for being “cowardly”. … [Read more...] about Walk on by: why do we ignore bad behaviour?
Qureshi further said that the accused had right to appeal and the Sindh High Court, while acknowledging this right, suspended the life sentence given to three accused - Fahad Naseem, Salman Saqib and Sheikh Adil - and commuted prime accused Sheikh Omar’s capital punishment to seven-year imprisonment. … [Read more...] about US concerns natural, will challenge acquittal of Daniel Pearl murder convicts: Qureshi
Wells Fargo economist Sam Bullard wrote in a note that the upcoming unemployment claims report ‘will likely reflect both newly laid-off workers as well as states catching up on previously filed claims that had not yet been captured in the system due to overwhelming demand.' … [Read more...] about Private sector employees feel the pain of coronavirus cuts as 3.5million are expected to file for unemployment and as many as 47million could be laid off while public sector workers like TSA agents are paid their full hours despite a drastic drop in travel
But the Chinese proposal should chill our blood. Proposed by the telecoms group Huawei, together with state-run companies China Unicom and China Telecom, and the country’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), the ‘New IP’ standard will be voted on at a November meeting of the International Telecommunications Union, an intergovernmental body that has long wanted control of the internet. … [Read more...] about China is handed a position on UN Human Rights Council despite long-record of human rights abuses and wide-spread suspicions they have lied over coronavirus
We have teamed up with NHS Charities Together in their urgent Covid-19 Appeal to ensure the money gets to exactly who needs it. … [Read more...] about Asda shoppers filmed brawling in cereal aisle during coronavirus lockdown