But Rao, 28, is not just another lawyer running for a meeting. As Pakistan's first transgender lawyer, she has carved a path from the streets to the courtroom and her example is inspiring other transgender people in the conservative Islamic Republic. "I am proud to have become Pakistan first transgender lawyer", Rao told Reuters.
Panaji (Goa) [India], November 27 (ANI): NorthEast United head coach Gerard Nus was proud of his team's performance after the Highlanders staged a late comeback to end the match at 2-2 against Kerela Blasters on Thursday in the ongoing Indian Super League (ISL).
United said last week they had experienced a cyber attack and had shut down affected systems to protect data, though club media channels, including the website and mobile app, were unaffected. "The NCSC is aware of an incident affecting Manchester United Football Club and we are working with the organisation and partners to understand impact," a spokesperson for the security agency was quoted as saying by British media.
Hong Kong prison staff were wrong to cut the hair of a veteran dissident known for his long locks, the city's top court said Friday, in the second significant ruling against authorities this month.
Brazil's right wing president Jair Bolsonaro said he will not take a coronavirus vaccine - calling it his "right." He made statements live on social media Thursday, adding that congress was NOT likely to require Brazilians to take a vaccine. The South American country has the second highest number of coronavirus deaths in the world. But Bolsonaro has played down the seriousness of the pandemic, even after he caught the virus himself in July. During the live broadcast, he also cast doubt on the effectiveness of face masks. He implied there was little conclusive evidence they helped to stem transmission of the coronavirus. Brazil's government has contracts in place for nearly 143,000,000 vaccine doses with several companies, their main bet being the vaccine from AstraZeneca. That amount would be enough to immunize at least a third of Brazil's population, according to officials. But Bolsonaro has said repeatedly that he will not make vaccinations compulsory. He recently joked on Twitter that vaccination would only be required for his dog.
Senegal has been widely praised for its handling of the coronavirus pandemic, with few infections and life returning to normal, but the reason behind its success still divides experts.
London [UK], November 27 (ANI): After making a debut for Tottenham, Dane Scarlett said it is a "dream come true" moment for him.
A pair of splitboarders had a close encounter with an avalanche while out riding the snowy slopes at Berthoud Pass in northern Colorado on Wednesday, November 25.Joseph Triscari, who filmed this footage, told Storyful he and his companion had been out all morning riding the aspects freshly blanketed during a storm the previous day.“Everything we had ridden that morning was very stable and we witnessed no immediate dangers,” he said.They had thought the slope featured in the video would make for another thrilling ride. Remaining vigilant, they cautiously tested the stability of the snow-packed aspect with a ski cut, triggering an avalanche.“We figured if it sat idle and showed no red flags it would most likely ride like the similar aspects we had ridden earlier that morning,” Triscari told Storyful. “Thankfully our ski cut revealed the danger of the slope in question and we were able to safely change our game plan and continue snowboarding that day.”Triscari’s footage shows the unstable surface snow slide violently down the knoll moments after his splitboarding partner performs the ski cut. Credit: Joseph Triscari via Storyful
No amount of rousing music can block out Netflix’s whitewash over Britain and the royal family’s gruesome colonialism and racism. It glorified Churchill, the man who was responsible for the death of millions in India.
South Korea reported more than 500 new coronavirus cases for the second consecutive day on Friday, a level not seen in nearly nine months, as a third wave of infections spreads nationwide and authorities scrambled to provide more hospital beds. The daily tally of 569 came a day after the numbers hit the highest level since March 6, when South Korea was reeling from the first major COVID-19 epidemic outside China. Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun warned that daily infections could swell to 1,000 and bring a greater crisis including hospital bed shortages if social distancing measures and other restrictions failed to stop the contagion.
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London [UK], November 27 (ANI): Dane Scarlett on Friday became Tottenham's youngest-ever player to play for the club, following his appearance in the Europa League match.
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The pandemic is fuelling the potential for radicalisation, as people spend more time online, said Second Minister for Home Affairs Josephine Teo.
China on Friday said it would impose anti-dumping measures on Australian wine, in a further souring of relations between Beijing and Canberra.
Australia has told 13 special forces soldiers they face dismissal in relation to a report on alleged unlawful killings in Afghanistan, the head of the country's army said on Friday. An independent report published last week in redacted form said there was evidence that 39 unarmed Afghan prisoners and civilians were killed by 19 Australian soldiers. Under mounting pressure, Lieutenant General Rick Burr, the head of the Australian army, said 13 current soldiers have been issued with notices that could eventually lead to their termination.
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Australia will move to protect its multi-billion-dollar wine industry from punitive new Chinese tariffs, its agriculture minister said on Friday, raising the threat of World Trade Organisation counter-measures. "The Australian government will vigorously defend the industry," David Littleproud said, vowing to appeal a ruling announced by Beijing on Friday. Within hours wine importers will have to pay deposits of 107.1 percent to 212.1 percent, in response to "substantive harm" China said was caused by allegedly mispriced Australian products. "We have 10 days in which to appeal, and we'll work closely with the industry around that," said Mr Littleproud, suggesting the move may be politically motivated and linked to a growing spat between the two countries. "We're deeply concerned by this," he added. "In light of the recent comments by China, it gives the perception this decision is predicated on something other than any wrongdoing by the wine industry." Mr Littleproud called for talks with China - although minister-level contacts have dried up in recent months - but said Australia could also turn to the WTO for help. "Obviously we'll exhaust all avenues available to us through the WTO," he said. Under WTO rules, member states can ask for tariffs or other barriers to trade to be examined. If found to be unfair, Australia could win the right to impose countervailing duties of similar value on Chinese goods.
IPOH, Nov 27 ― A drug addict today claimed trial at the Magistrate’s Court in here for ramming his motorcycle into a traffic police officer who was on duty during a conditional movement control...
A Malaysian family have cooked up a tasty solution to their economic woes during the pandemic by opening a backyard pizzeria that has proved a hit in their sleepy village.