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A bizarre incident of a student in Pakistan being forced to eat grass by his teacher for not reading out the lesson has come to light.
In a video, which has gone viral seven-year-old boy is seen eating grass after he fails to read out the lesson as instructed by his teacher Hamid Raza.
And to add to the humiliation of the young child all this took place in front of his classmates at the Government Primary School in Fatehpur, Lodhran.
Kashan’s father has preferred to forgive the teacher saying that the teacher is known to him and he did all this as a joke.
However, the authorities after taking the notice of the incident ordered an investigation and promised to take strict action if the teacher was found guilty.
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A case was being registered against the detained instructors as well as school management, police said. Eleven-year-old Usman, son of Zeeshan Durrani was a Grade VI student of Habib Public School.
A group of Pakistani students from different schools attended a day-long workshop on sustainability and learned about the climate change and how to protect Planet Earth.
At a closed council meeting Tuesday on the mission known as UNIFIL, whose mandate is up for renewal at the end of the month, US Ambassador Kelly Craft stressed the need for a new mandate.
At least 60 officers were injured the previous evening as a furious crowd attacked a police station, set vehicles on fire and burnt down the house of a local lawmaker whose nephew was allegedly responsible for the social media post.
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The World Health Organization said any WHO stamp of approval on a COVID-19 vaccine candidate would require a rigorous safety data review, after Russia announced Tuesday it had approved a vaccine.