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  1. Sindh education steering committee recommends announcement of result after 90 days following completion of papers
  2. Classes for students of grades nine to 12 started across Pakistan a day earlier after a hiatus of nearly two months
  3. Apple’s next iPhone could include an in-screen fingerprint sensor that we’ve been wanting ever since it was removed when Face ID was first introduced. A new report by Bloomberg suggests the new fingerprint scanner will coexist with Face ID instead of being a replacement for it. Apple has been developing an in-screen fingerprint scanner technology for years and might finally be ready to implement it. © Youtube_Verge Android smartphones already use an in-display fingerprint sensor for years alongside some form of facial recognition. iPhone users have been asking for the feature to make a return and Apple has managed to bring it back on the new iPad Air as it is side-mounted on the power button. Face ID is quite fast and reliable when it comes to the Face Unlock feature. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it has been a problematic method of unlocking the smartphone as the world embraced masks for protection. With the Touch ID, users will be able to unlock the smartphone relatively faster without having to remove the mask much like how it is on Android smartphones. Having said that, it isn’t certain whether Apple will use an in-display fingerprint reader on the next iPhone or whether it will be side-mounted on the power button like the iPad Air. Other rumours suggest that the next iPhone will finally incorporate a 120Hz ProMotion display and remove the charging port in favour of wireless charging exclusively. © YouTube Other reports have also suggested new hardware upgrades when it comes to the next iPhone as it is rumoured the smartphone will have a more capable ultra-wide camera. We have already seen a huge leap in the camera department thanks to Apple’s computational photography feature. However, the next iPhone is expected to come with significant hardware improvements this year. Apple is expected to launch the next lineup of smartphones in September this year with the phones going on sale in October or November. Apple might move the launch of the iPhone permanently to October as there was a delay for the iPhone 12 due to Coronavirus pandemic. It could be possible that Apple might make the change permanent similar to how it was done for the 2011 iPhone 4s. Before the iPhone 4s, new iPhones were launched either in June or July. However, since then Apple has been known to launch a new iPhone every year sometime in September. Source: Bloomberg View the full article
  4. Results will be announced before the end of August, says Inter Board Committee of Chairmen
  5. The PPP chairman is scheduled to visit Sukkur and Umarkot on January 19, according to party sources
  6. The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2021 has just begun and we're already flooded with a ton of new gadgets and announcements. One thing in particular that stood out to us this year so far is the number of rollable and foldable phones that we've seen. LG started off by teasing us with a look at the LG Rollable. The Rollable phone, although looks like a concept, is very much a real thing and it's apparently coming out this year. They basically showed off a phone with an expanding display and it looks something straight out of a sci-fi movie. © LG LG hasn't mentioned a thing about this phone but just its mere existence has us super excited and we can't wait to check it out in person. We really hope LG manages to couple it with some solid specs to compete with other flagships on the market. Moving on, TCL also showcased a very interesting rollable phone, however, this one's a concept and we're not entirely sure if it'll make its way to the market. TCL is not new to these form factors as the company has already toyed with the idea of displays with different form factors but the new ones look very promising. In addition to the rollable phone, TCL also showcased a scrolling display with a 100% color gamut. TCL said its technology can be used for flexible, curved, and foldable displays. It wouldn't be CES without TCL showing off some future tech concepts! This is the AMOLED Rollable Display: It can extend from 6.7" to 7.8" with a tap of the finger. #CES2021 @TCL_USA @TCLMobileGlobal pic.twitter.com/Gtxihs7eDD — Brad Molen (@phonewisdom) January 11, 2021 Overall, we got to see some solid new devices that gave us a glimpse into the future of smartphones. Of course, LG and TCL aren't going to be the only ones to announce these new devices and plenty of new manufacturers will show up over the next few days. It'll be interesting to see what kind of unique phones we get this year in addition to standard Galaxy and iPhones. View the full article
  7. Final decision to be taken by Finance Minister Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh after consultation with PM Imran Khan
  8. Bruised, broken but still battling, the Indian cricket team has shown exceptional character during the 2020-21 Border Gavaskar Trophy on Australian soil, and has somehow managed to keep the hopes of winning the series alive, despite losing some of their top-tier players due to numerous reasons. View this post on InstagramHere’s the list of Team India players who have been ruled out of the upcoming Brisbane Test due to injuries: · Mohammed Shami - Fractured Arm · Umesh Yadav - Calf Muscle Injury · KL Rahul - Sprained Wrist · Ravindra Jadeja - Dislocated Thumb · Jasprit Bumrah - Abdominal Sprain · Hanuma Vihari - Hamstring Injury * Virat Kohli is unavailable due to personal reasons. * Under such circumstances, skipper Ajinkya Rahane will need to make do with the very limited options that he’s left with and here are the four main changes he can make ahead of the Gabba Test: 1. Return Of Mayank Agarwal View this post on Instagram When Mayank Agarwal was dropped from the Playing XI for the Sydney Test, it wasn’t because of his struggling form but because there weren’t any spots left for the batsman, thanks to Rohit Sharma’s addition to the squad. With Vihari out for contention, a spot is finally available. However, Agarwal is known to do his best work at the opening spot which means Shubman Gill might slide down to the middle order just like former India skipper Sunil Gavaskar had suggested ahead of the penultimate Test. 2. Return Of Wriddhiman Saha View this post on Instagram Following a devastating blow to Rishabh Pant’s left elbow while batting during the Sydney Test, it was evident that he wasn’t fit enough to be the man behind the wickets (not to forget a disappointing stint as the keeper in the first innings). However, his brilliance as a batter despite the pain and injury, establishes a strong case in his favour to keep him in the batting lineup if the doctors allow it. If this happens, then Mayank Agarwal might get snubbed again and India will have to include Wriddhiman Saha, a much secure pair of hands as compared to Pant. This would also mean that the opening duo of Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill remains untouched. 3. Shardul Thakur Makes Series Debut View this post on Instagram Despite incredible scenes of Ravindra Jadeja padding up to bat in the second innings of the Sydney Test, the all-rounder had to be ruled out following an urgent surgery on his left thumb, meaning the Men in Blue needed someone else who could do a little bit of everything. Between Washington Sundar and Shardul Thakur, the latter becomes the more viable option. Thakur was also considered for the Sydney Test but the idea was dropped by the skipper who decided to have Navdeep Saini make his Test debut for the country. 4. T Natarajan Makes Test Debut View this post on Instagram The loss of the leader of the Indian bowling attack Jasprit Bumrah, has cost the squad dearly, as the experience and bowling prowess brought to the table by the yorker-specialist was of tantamount importance to the Men in Blue. Pacers Mohammed Siraj and Navdeep Saini could use T Natarajan’s ability to bowl in the blockhole, as the significantly inexperienced fast-bowl attack looks to meet the Australian challenge in Gabba, where the hosts have not lost a single Test game in the last 33 years. View the full article
  9. PM tells his ministers in cabinet meeting to "show ownership towards the decisions of the government", sources say
  10. From Ranveer Singh's exulting fashion sense to Ayushmann Khurrana's on-point athleisure style, several B-town hunks have shown their love to dress up right, irrespective of the occasion. Then there are celebs like Arjun Kapoor and Sunny Singh, who also have their style sense on-point even when they are working out. © Viral Bhayani Joining the same league is Emraan Hashmi who has time and again sported some stellar workout outfits, which have left most of us inspired. His style statement is not just limited to his clothes as the man is also a low-key sneakerhead, who doesn't miss a chance to flaunt his zany sneakers, even at the gym. © Nike These are Nike's Air Max Sneakers which come in bright hues. The outsole is dual-toned with a reverse colour palette. Add to that, the chunky bright silhouette makes it look outstanding. View the full article
  11. Private school associations say permanent shutdown of schools will raise number of out-of-school children in Pakistan
  12. Prince Harry, Prince William may reportedly never become closer again after initial disappointment occurred
  13. Facebook owned app allows users to use platform on browsers by using WhatsApp web feature
  14. Federal Minister for Religious Affairs Noorul Haq Qadri says MoU on Hajj for this year yet to be signed with Saudi Arabia government because of COVID-19 pandemic
  15. PCB to host sixth edition of Pakistan Super League from February 20 to March 22; players draft scheduled for January 10
  16. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has shown unhappiness towards the Australians who are currently hosting the Indian cricket team for a four match Test series. A snowballing effect set into motion after an Australian politician bluntly called out the Indian cricketers for showing reluctance to follow the rules and regulations set up for them under the Covid-19 protocol. 'Stop Complaining': Lyon Takes A Dig At India's Concerns Over Quarantine Rules In Brisbane https://t.co/oNqpYKAK2U pic.twitter.com/503y3CIluZ — Betty Agnelli (@BettyAgnelli) January 4, 2021 “To try and propagate a view that we don’t wish to follow the rules is unacceptable and the tone and tenor, in which it was said seemed rife with hostility and bordered on racism. It is, therefore, not a surprise that a rethink is on the cards. If a representative of the public does not want us there, it is hurtful and the last thing we want is to upset the Australian fans who have given us so much love and support over the years,” a BCCI official told The Times of India. “We do not wish to make it difficult for them or for Cricket Australia,” the official added. What Had Happened?Reports of the Men in Blue showing unwillingness to be in yet another quarantine ahead of the Brisbane Test had begun to emerge in Australian media. Following which, Ros Bates, Queensland’s Shadow Minister for Health and Ambulance Services, made a rather bold statement in public and later even tweeted her take on the scenario via her social media account: Today I was asked about reports the Indian Cricket Team wants quarantine restrictions eased just for them, ahead of the upcoming Gabba Test. My response #Cricket #IndiavsAustralia @ICC @CricketAus pic.twitter.com/MV7W0rIntM — Ros Bates MP (@Ros_Bates_MP) January 3, 2021 “If the Indians don’t want to play by the rules, don’t come,” she had said. Former Australian cricketer Andrew Symonds had also echoed Ms. Bates’ sentiments and based on his very own experience against the Indian cricket board during the prime of his career, he’d said that Team India might not get around this issue so easily. “Have you ever had any dealings with the BCCI? They seem to have a fair bit of power over people. It comes down to probably what the Queensland government’s going to allow them to do ... But I can’t see India not getting their way, to be honest with you,” Symonds told Fox Cricket. View the full article
  17. It has been proposed to reopen schools in phases; the final decision would be made in Monday's meeting
  18. 'Gaps in US and international law make it difficult to track and crack down on large scale hacks'
  19. The Indian cricket team will have over a week’s time to enjoy the spoils of the victory at the Melbourne Cricket Ground before they try to win the penultimate Test in Sydney and get a 2-1 series lead over the Australians. Given the comeback the squad made under the leadership of Ajinkya Rahane, the morale of the Men in Blue is bound to be high. Nonetheless, considering how great the opposing team is, it is not surprising that India are already looking to make amends in the roster with the hopes of getting better. According to the Times of India, there are three possible changes for Rahane might go forward with ahead of the Sydney Test: 1. Replace Mayank Agarwal With Rohit SharmaIndian batsmen with a better Test batting average than Ravindra Jadeja since 2018: Rohit Sharma End of list.#AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/YFjpzlWaG0 — Wisden India (@WisdenIndia) December 28, 2020 Despite being given a second chance after an unimpressive stint at the pitch during the Adelaide Test, Mayank Agarwal failed to leave a mark as the team’s opening batsman. He was dismissed for a duck in the first innings and five runs in the second innings during the Boxing Day Test. On the other hand, a recovered Rohit Sharma will finish his quarantine period and be good to join the squad in order to give them a winning chance from the opening moments of India’s batting innings. 2. KL Rahul Makes Series DebutChances are that both Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul will make their series debut in Sydney. Given the fact that Shubman Gill had a respectable Test debut and looked calm and composed against the new ball, he will continue to bat at the top order. View this post on Instagram This means that if Rahul is indeed playing in Sydney, he would be batting somewhere in the middle, probably at the number five spot, which means there will be no space left for Hanuma Vihari in the line-up. 3. T Natarajan Makes Test Debut View this post on Instagram While Shardul Thakur was made to make an appearance on the field in the absence of an injured Umesh Yadav and talks of Navdeep Saini making an appearance were also circulating, it is more than likely that the white-ball team rookie T Natarajan also gets the opportunity to make his debut in the longest format of the game for his country. "The selectors had added Shardul Thakur (Mumbai paceman) as a replacement for Mohammed Shami (out with a fractured forearm), and there is Navdeep Saini too, but it's very much likely that Natrajan would be preferred given that he brings variation to the attack. Also, Like Mitchell Starc does for Nathan Lyon, he would create footmarks which spinners Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja can exploit," a source was quoted as saying by the Times of India. View the full article
  20. WHO chief says we must ensure that countries are not punished for transparently sharing new findings.
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