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The statement by UK Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden says he wants university students to be able to go home for Christmas comes as a soothing salve to address the woes of countless students in the country caught in lockdown.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has continued to perform his work despite being infected with coronavirus and discussed important government matters with the leaders of his party on Thursday.
Suddenly faced with an overwhelmingly remote workforce, business leaders now need to adapt fast to remain secure and resilient, whilst employees are using this moment of change as an opportunity to reassess yesterday’s priorities, and plan a future around what really matters to them. And as work and home lives are transformed, it’s employees who now see themselves in the driving seat.
When people grow old, their whole life undergoes a radical change. Among the things they need is constant help with daily mundane chores, though they insist on doing them on their own; they turn very moody; and on top of that they constantly keep
The prophet Isaiah had a profound insight into human behaviour: “let us eat and drink, for tomorrow we die!” Short-term gratification is always easier than long term planning and self-restraint. Many people struggle to maintain a balanced diet and
While North Korea’s barrage of complaints about US President Joe Biden’s policies over the weekend might appear to be ratcheting up tensions, some signs suggest Pyongyang hasn’t ruled out diplomacy with the new team in Washington. Few observers expect talks
What could be more natural than going to Mars? So far, civilization’s essential narrative has been exploration, discovery and migration from parts of our planet that are short on resources and overpopulated into new territory. This is undoubtedly why our