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  1. The Coronavirus pandemic has completely changed the way we used to lead our lives, with things like social distancing becoming one of the most important norms of modern society to curb the spread of the highly contagious virus. Unlike before the outbreak of the pandemic when people had the luxury of attending social events or going to a friend's house to catch up in person, today, the same people have been forced to interact with most using video calls or through other means. © Pinterest The same has been replicated in the work environment, with most offices enabling their employees to work from home, with Zoom-call meetings becoming the new thing. However, while interactions through video calls have clearly removed certain barriers be it in one's work or personal life, many incidents in the recent past have suggested the need for being careful while using such technology. One such glorious example of this has been that of a Canadian lawmaker, William Amos, who was left red-faced when he mistakenly appeared naked in a virtual meeting of the House of Commons. © Facebook/William Amos The 46-year-old, who has represented the Quebec district of Pontiac since 2015, was left covering his private parts with his mobile phone when his laptop camera turned on during the virtual session. Following the incident, Amos took to Twitter to issue an apology to the public. "I made a really unfortunate mistake today & obviously I'm embarrassed by it." "My camera was accidentally left on as I changed into work clothes after going for a jog. I sincerely apologize to all my colleagues in the House. It was an honest mistake + it won't happen again." said Amos. I made a really unfortunate mistake today & obviously I’m embarrassed by it. My camera was accidentally left on as I changed into work clothes after going for a jog. I sincerely apologize to all my colleagues in the House. It was an honest mistake + it won’t happen again. — Will Amos (@WillAAmos) April 14, 2021 Amos' Tweet garnered the reactions of a lot of social media users on the microblogging website. When we expected transparency from your government, this wasn’t what we meant. — Matt Ess (@cdnpoliticojnky) April 14, 2021Don't worry about it. It gave us something else to think about other than viruses and vaccines and doom scrolling. Too bad it was at your expense. :) — Sophie-Anne B. (@SophieAnneB) April 14, 2021Really it’s an honest mistake. I hope people will be mature enough to move past this, and focus on what really matters. — Melissa (@MelissaLMRogers) April 15, 2021I wish the same thing to happen with Trudeau... — Carole Tahan (@ctahan) April 15, 2021I’m sorry for all the people who are sharing your image online. I don’t think that’s right. — Jasmine Louras (@JasmineLouras) April 14, 2021Don’t stress about it. Everyone who doesn’t have to be physically present at work is constantly in some state of undressed at home rn. 1 week and everyone will have forgotten. — DRC (@drcotm) April 14, 2021I did a similar thing a few years back.. after rugby practice I got home and threw off my rugby gear and walked to the shower with phone in hand. Didn’t know it was live streaming to Facebook! A fond memory and a good laugh now. — Zach Fitch (@Zachfitch678) April 15, 2021No worries. You're in decent shape and we're all naked under our clothes. I once bent over to shoo a dog out of the room on a video call. T-shirt was shorter than I had thought. Participants caught a bit of my backside. It happens.🤝 Ignore the trolls. — Chris Vickery (@VickerySec) April 15, 2021I keep mine covered when not in use to protect from possible cam hacks or accidents. Band-aids, tape, clips, all work well. pic.twitter.com/Kg5aDITaAh — Pamela Keetch (@keetchey) April 15, 2021While Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who leads Amos' Liberal party, is yet to share his views on the incident, opposition party whip Claude DeBellefeuille reiterated the need for lawmakers to cover themselves at all times in a rather tongue in cheek comment. © viva-media "It may be necessary to remind the members, especially the male ones, that a tie and jacket are obligatory, but so are a shirt, boxer shorts or pants," "We have seen that the member is in great physical shape, but I think members should be reminded to be careful and control the camera well," DeBellefeuille said in French, according to the Canadian Press. View the full article
  2. Geo.tv explains how a vote of confidence will be taken from parliamentarians tomorrow and how many votes are needed
  3. Geo.tv explains how a vote of confidence will be taken from parliamentarians tomorrow and how many votes are needed
  4. The bill will propose that a 26th amendment to the Constitution be approved so Senate elections can be held via open ballot
  5. "To date, no one ever talked about legislation to make the Senate elections fair," PM's aide on parliamentary affairs Babar Awan says
  6. The Constitutional way to send a government packing is to table a no-confidence motion in the Parliament, says PM Imran Khan
  7. Owing to the coronavirus emergency, Senate and National Assembly also cancelled scheduled meetings
  8. "Such incidents are indeed happening all over the world, and that is why we are raising our voices against them," says a MEP
  9. Bilawal lashes out at government, warning it that "those who were not afraid of dictators will not be afraid of a cricketer"
  10. Pakistan at that point where it should be reviewed what's been done in past and what should be done in future, President Arif Alvi says
  11. Syrians voted to elect a new parliament as Damascus grapples with international sanctions and crumbling economy
  12. India?s foreign ministry rejects Nepal?s new map, arguing that the addition of Indian territory is not based on historical fact or evidence
  13. People have been asked to do the bare minimum to stop the spread of Coronavirus - just stay at home if you can - and still, it seems like it has been really hard to get this simple message across. Even PM Modi has asked for a (Bhartiya) Janta Curfew on Sunday, but we all need to do our part and make sure to practice social distancing during this pandemic. But, some people are not following that protocol and that, surprisingly, includes none other than senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor. He's one of the smartest politicians we've ever had but after all, he is a boomer, and was recently called out by his own son for going to the Parliament during the Coronavirus outbreak. My struggles with a lackadaisacal boomer today: @ShashiTharoor insists on going to Parliament with hordes of other people pressed together in close quarters even as Indian government enacts significant measures to begin imposing social distancing. This is nuts. â Ishaan Tharoor (@ishaantharoor) March 19, 2020 A word in the tweet that I had to Google? Yep, Ishaan is definitely Shashi Tharoor's son. But, his point is extremely valid. A crowded place is a nightmare right now and those who are privileged enough to be able to avoid it, really should. Glad this has struck a nerve among some Indians. Keep your parents and grandparents home!! â Ishaan Tharoor (@ishaantharoor) March 19, 2020 Not just a son complaining about his boomer dad, but also a PSA. Like always, Shashi Tharoor has a rebuttal. But @PMOIndia @narendramodi (addressing nation right now) exempts public representatives from social distancing because it is their responsibility to serve the public, just like doctors, food delivery personnel & media (other categories exempted in PMâs speech) https://t.co/4Lpq5Ya3qB â Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor) March 19, 2020 But, Ishaan is not backing down so easily. There are other ways to serve the public than sitting on a bench in parliament â Ishaan Tharoor (@ishaantharoor) March 19, 2020 While what Shashi Tharoor said was true, it doesn't make it right, though. Everyone is siding with his son on this one, for obvious reasons. Exactly. What is the logic of parliament continuing? â barkha dutt (@BDUTT) March 19, 2020 Same. Lackadaisacal boomer. pic.twitter.com/CXGjoPt56C â Angoor Stark ð®ð³ (@ladywithflaws) March 19, 2020 A very Tharoor conversation. âLackadaisacal boomerâ- Tharoor on Tharoor https://t.co/Dh1N6LxBkZ â Simi Chakrabarti (@SimeeyC) March 20, 2020 Yes. Ishaan Tharoor publicly calling out his dad Shashi is how we need to handle "lackadaisacal" boomers. https://t.co/9pXY1iU0kd â sher (@vikas_murali) March 19, 2020 We have to beg for their safety. would be super cool if parliament shut down, and maybe directed other places (like places of worship!) to close so i can stop having to beg my 80+ year old grandparents not to go there! https://t.co/2cARSEuePd â Ritika Bhasker (@mostlyinane) March 19, 2020 It should be. Ishaan Tharoor cribbing about Shashi Tharoor on twitter is all of us right now. Also, do you think it's legal to lock people in? https://t.co/Nef9KyurFB â Natasha (@yeskaybe) March 19, 2020 Such a productive quarantine. Day 7 of quarantine- Learnt a new word "Lackadaisical Boomer" https://t.co/Aw5YuEVdgH â Ankita (@AnkitaTweetsYo) March 20, 2020 Definitely. Indian kids need a support group for this one. https://t.co/G0wg3bWRul â Megh, the descriptivist language person ð®ð³ 𧶠(@ever_ambiguous) March 20, 2020 We're all in this together. I am not the only one having trouble convincing a parent to act sensibly! https://t.co/TazwVZspoD â Ùتاشا Natasha (@nuts2406) March 19, 2020 It is. I've been complaining about senior citizens still doing laughter club in my neighborhood park, but this is top class parent shaming PSA! #Corona #COVID2019india https://t.co/R25aYnIimZ â Rohini Mohan (@rohini_mohan) March 19, 2020 View the full article
  14. The police said the shooting took place near Great Scotland Yard, an area housing government departments
  15. Ambassador of Pakistan in Germany, Jauhar Saleem, highlighted the continued human rights violations and heightened tension in the region
  16. PM Imran and Turkish President Erdogan to visit Faisal mosque for Friday prayers, hold presser afterwards
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