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- Covid-19, 24-hour recap: Pakistan reported 3,689 cases and 83 deaths in 24 hours. Pakistan also conducted 61,128 tests in the span of 24 hours (P.S. this data was last updated on September 10 at 10:28 am).
- Meet Nisha Rao? Pakistan’s first transgender student to get admission in MPhil
Nisha Rao calls for better resources, access to cheaper higher education for transgender people in Pakistan.
- Punjab schools to remain closed till September 15. NCOC extends COVID-19 restrictions in 24 high-risk districts of the province till Wednesday.
- NADRA starts a contactless biometric verification facility for the banking industry. SBP Governor Dr Reza Baqir says service will help release pressure on banks negatively impacted during the coronavirus pandemic.
- Pakistan urges the world to recognize a new reality in Afghanistan. Spanish FM says we want stability, peace in Afghanistan, and no spillover effect to the region.
- Gangasagar (Bangladesh) to Nishchintapur (India) rail link to be completed by Dec. 2021. Agartala-Akhaura rail line to be completed by December: Official PTI
- AIOU providing quality education through modern ICT: Shafqat During his visit to AIOU, he said the university is a prestigious national institution that is taking key initiatives to enhance quality standards of education imparted and by facilitating underprivileged and marginalized segments of the society.
- Latest Gold Rate in Pakistan today (10 Sep 2021) is Rs 95,170 per 10 grams, and the rate of Gold is Rs.111,000 per tola (24k Gold) in Pakistan today.
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1. COVID-19 IN PAKISTAN
- 24-hour recap: Pakistan reported 3,689 cases and 83 deaths in 24 hours. Pakistan also conducted 61,128 tests in the span of 24 hours (P.S. this data was last updated on September 10 at 10:28 am).
2. No consensus on Justice Ayesha Malik’s Supreme Court appointment
What’s going on? The Judicial Commission of Pakistan (JCP) did not approve the nomination of Lahore High Court (LHC) Justice, Ayesha Malik, as a Supreme Court judge. The vote was a 4-4 split, meaning, it was a tie, and not majority approval (P.S. one judge was absent from the meeting). If approved, Justice Malik would have been Pakistan’s first woman judge of the Supreme Court. Her nomination was considered a step towards women empowerment.
The details: Judges appointed to the Supreme Court must have five years of experience as high court judges. Justice Malik has nine years of experience and ranks number four on the seniority list of LHC judges. The lawyers who opposed Justice Malik’s nomination claimed she is not “senior” enough for a judicial appointment to the Supreme Court.