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  1. The rate of return on Defense Savings Certificates has been increased from 9.42% to 9.51%
  2. Polling to continue in NA-75 Sialkot, PP-51 Gujranwala, NA-45 Kurram and PK-63 Nowshera till 5pm
  3. Karan Johar has introduced new talents in the past who are now a part of the Dharma family. In the recent past for Dharma Cornerstone Agency, he got Bulbul's Tripti Dimri and Guilty's Gurfateh Pirzada. The third talent, he introduced is Dhairya Karwa from the movie Uri - The Surgical Strike. Karan took to Instagram, and introduced Dhariya as the new Dharma talent, and wrote, "Join me in welcoming @dhairya275 to the #DCASquad! He has a vibe that can captivate you in an instant! Having already earned rave reviews for his performance in #URI, he’s raring to prove his talent once again." View this post on Instagram Responding to Karan, Dhairya wrote, “It all starts with a thought. Manifestations are real. You are seeing one. Thrilled, ecstatic, and grateful to be a part of the #DCA family. Raring to work harder and entertaining you all. Here we go!." View this post on Instagram Before we have a look at his pictures, we should introduce him to you. Dhairya was seen in Vicky Kaushal starrer URI: The Surgical Strike and people appreciated him for his acting as Captain Sartaj Singh Chandok, a senior officer of the Indian Army. View this post on Instagram Soon after, he got one more offer and that was to play the role of Ravi Shastri in Ranveer Singh’s 83’. In an interview, Dhairya said that it was challenging to play Ravi but was equally fun to understand the cricketer’s charm. He also revealed that it was hard for him to adjust to Ravi Shastri's left-arm bowling as he is a right-hander. We went through his Instagram account and realized that he can be the next national crush as he has that charm in him. Take a look at a few of his pictures. 1. An excellent poser. View this post on Instagram 2. A perfect beard always scores you an extra point! View this post on Instagram 3. Gym is surely his base! View this post on Instagram 4. Perfectly suited and booted is the definition of a gentleman! View this post on Instagram 5. The swag is unbeatable! View this post on Instagram 6. Never knew white can look this good! View this post on Instagram 7. Doesn’t shy away from dipping his toes into trying new trends! View this post on Instagram Isn’t he the new hotty in town? View the full article
  4. Shafqat Mehmood issues a statement to clear confusion about the curriculum, set to be introduced in the next academic year
  5. Opposition parliamentarians tear copies of the session's agenda, hold up placards and shout slogans against the government
  6. FBR sends a notice to NAB for causing a loss to the national exchequer; watchdog now liable to pay tax authority the amount
  7. Under the directives of Minister for Education Shafqat Mehmood, the new academic year will start in August 2021
  8. Amongst 32 children who were awarded the Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Bal Puraskar on the 72nd Republic Day, one girl stood out of the rest for using Minecraft in an innovative way. Minecraft has been used as a teaching tool in many countries but Namya Joshi from Sat Paul Mittal School won the award in the Innovation category for developing an activity-based learning module for her school lessons. © Microsoft The teenager won the highly prestigious award for creating multiple lessons in Minecraft for various topics ranging from the ancient Egyptian civilisation to Harry Potter. In the past, Joshi was also honoured by Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella at the company’s Future Decoded technology summit. She is also a Microsoft educator and has been featured on the official website by the Redmond giant. Joshi’s story starts with her mother who was an IT head at the school. She signed up to become a global Minecraft mentor as a part of Microsoft’s Innovate Educator program. “I’d seen Minecraft installed on my mother’s Windows 10 laptop and started trying it on my own. After understanding the basics, I watched some tutorials and got myself familiar with it,” Joshi told Microsoft. “Minecraft is a great platform. If a child does not like reading books, for example, you can make them in Minecraft and get the child interested,” she further added. Namya was amongst the 32 children who interacted with Prime Minister Narendra Modi via video conferencing from the Ludhiana Deputy Commissioner’s office. Namya said she wants to become an entrepreneur and make learning a fun process through technology. She has also conducted several Skype sessions for teachers and students to help them use Minecraft for lessons. © Microsoft Minecraft has been long credited as a teaching tool, thanks to its sandbox style of gameplay. The game can be used to recreate historical monuments and also excursive reading comprehension by role-playing scenes. Students have also used the game for building settings from a book they read in a class and use the game’s highly geometric landscape to practice mathematics. Microsoft even sells an “Education” version of the game that is now being utilised in schools all over the world. It seems like Joshi has set a precedent to use games as a way of learning especially after the COVDI-19 pandemic. The ‘Education Edition’ of Minecraft not only helps students learn but more importantly helps teachers put together creative, fun and modern lesson plans. This particular version comes with pre-built lessons and holds structures that students can explore and interact with virtually. View the full article
  9. A 16-year-old student from Noida, Uttar Pradesh was awarded the Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Bal Puraskar (PMRBP) for outstanding contribution in the field of innovation. Chirag Bhansali from Delhi Public School, Noida created a website called SwadeshiTech which offers a tool for finding alternatives to Chinese apps and products. The website was launched soon after the crackdown of the government on apps of Chinese origin. © MyGovIndia The PMRBP award is given to those who have shown potential in various fields including education, sports, innovation, arts and culture and bravery. The award was given via video conferencing and PM Modi asked children to keep three pledges in mind. The first pledge was of consistency; ”there should not be any slackening of the speed of the action," said PM Modi. Bhansali is a self-taught coder who took online lessons on Udemy and YouTube which enabled him to build the website after the ban. He learned to code at the age of 12 and has previously designed websites that offer tools for designers. He was inspired by innovator Sonam Wangchuk’s video which called for the boycott of Chinese products in the country. Bhansali created the website in five days and improved upon it for the next five days. The website has several categories for apps and offers Indian alternatives for each app that was banned. © BCCL SwadeshiTech lists many applications and product alternatives where it clearly highlights apps that are of Indian origin. The website gives alternatives to social media apps, shopping, finance, productivity, security, photo editing, utility amongst many other categories. Bhansali is also the recipient of three consecutive gold medals at the National Mathematics Olympiad. Apart from previous laurels, Bhansali has also won the Design Championship 2020 and was a Runner Up at Adobe Creativity Challenge in 2019. Bhansali was amongst 32 other children who won the PMRBP for various accolades including computer programming, application development, innovation, bravery amongst others. During the video conference, PM Modi also acknowledged children’s role in behaviour-change campaigns such as the hand-wash campaign during the COVID-19 crisis. View the full article
  10. The Indian cricket team is one of the biggest entities our country is extremely proud of. Over the years, the Men in Blue have not only showed that they were among the best in international cricket but have also achieved some unbelievable milestones which have made the nation and their people proud. On the 72nd Republic Day, here are the four most memorable victory laps taken by the Indian cricket team: World Cup (2011) - Wankhede The moment which the legendary Sachin Tendulkar calls “the most beautiful moment of his cricketing life” came at the end of India’s 2011 World Cup campaign at home. Ending a 28-year drought, the Men in Blue were once again world champions and immortalised a fully loaded squad led by Mahendra Singh Dhoni. The ‘Master Blaster’ was throned on the shoulders of his teammates, with the tricolour in his hands and ultimate happiness on his face. India Wins Border-Gavaskar Trophy (2020-21) - Brisbane A broken Team India not only won the Test series 2-1 but also managed to defeat the Australians at the ‘Gabba Fortress’, the Brisbane Cricket Ground where the hosts had not lost a single Test match in the last 33 years. The greatest scenes could be seen when skipper Ajinkya Rahane handed over the flag to Rishabh Pant, the man who turned the series around with one of the greatest red-ball innings of all time. India Wins T20 World Cup (2007) - Johannesburg At the end of a nail-biting final over against Pakistan to decide the first ever T20 World Cup champion, Team India, once again led by MS Dhoni, had the fans erupt in deafening ecstasy when they began their victory lap at the Wanderers. India Wins Border-Gavaskar Trophy (2018-19) - Melbourne View this post on Instagram When a Virat Kohli-led squad beat Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground after winning at the Adelaide Oval back in 2018-19, they secured the very first Test series win against the Aussies on their home turf in the history of Indian cricket. Kohli and the rest of the roster took rounds around what used to be the biggest cricket stadium in the world at the time. View the full article
  11. It is the first time today that the South African team has trained at the National Stadium Karachi
  12. During PSL-6 the people will have to bear the traffic and movement issues for around 20 days.
  13. COAS was given comprehensive briefing on regional, national security situation during a visit at the ISI headquarters
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