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  1. India's tourism industry reports heavy losses, struggling to survive with surge in new cases
  2. The World Health Organization (WHO) said an exponential rise in the spread of SARS-Cov-2 virus has been recorded in Kinshasa
  3. PM Narendra Modi's government has faced mounting criticism for its failure to secure COVID-19 vaccines for its people
  4. The country's overall caseload now stands at 26.95 million, while total fatalities are at 307,231
  5. Sindh Health Minister Dr Azra Pechuho attends NCOC meeting to review coronavirus restrictions across Pakistan
  6. A few areas of Karachi, Hyderabad, Thatta, Mirpur Khas, Badin and Umerkot to receive light rain and thunder
  7. Prime Minister Imran Khan says overseas Pakistanis are country's 'greatest asset'
  8. PMD director says no rain expected in Karachi, however, it might rain in Tharparkar, Mirpur Khas and other cities
  9. PMD director says no rain expected in Karachi, however, it might rain in Tharparkar, Mirpur Khas and other cities
  10. We all know about how horrible, certain bosses can be, especially if you’re a freelancer, working on a contractual basis. Career experts always say that having a good boss is the most important blessing a potential employee can ask for. © iStock Well, it seems that the internet has found out the Karen (or Ken, for that matter) of bosses. A CEO of a tech start-up paid his freelance employees using cryptocurrency, back in August 2020. However, now he’s demanding that his employees return the cryptocurrencies they received as salaries. The reason? The meteoric rise that cryptocurrencies have seen. © iStock All this came to light, when one of the employees, wrote into Marketwatch, a stock aggregating and financial news website, asking for advice, as to how to deal with the situation. The employee in question, says that he did some business development work on a contract basis, in which he was told that he would be paid using crypto. Once the job was done, he raised an invoice, and he was paid accordingly. © iStock Meanwhile, since he was paid, the value of this particular crypto (might be BitCoin or Ethereum) stands at 700 per cent of the amount that he was paid. © iStock Seeing this, the CEO sent him an email, asking him to send back those bitcoins, and regenerate an invoice, only this time, he would be paid in American dollars. That’s not all, though. The CEO also stated that since the employee’s work did not generate revenue, nor did he perform any “complimentary follow-ups” he shouldn’t actually get paid at all and that the employee was lucky as the CEO was generous in paying him something for his “efforts.” © iStock If there ever was a classic Karen move, this was one of them, for sure. Luckily, one of the financial experts came to the rescue, posting this on Twitter, and roasting the CEO. He said that the CEO could be opening himself to a lawsuit, adding, "If the value of the cryptocurrency had fallen by 100% to zero since August 2020, would he want to pay you in dollars? A reader also chimed in saying "If the value decreased, would they be paying you the difference? My guess is - NO!" Another added, "It is an unconditional payment for a job done! Nobody can ask for it back.” "This is not the kind of employer you want to be working for," said another user. © iStock What do you guys make of it? Also, do you think it is a wise idea to pay employees using cryptocurrencies, or such incidents will only come up far too often? Let us know in the comments below. View the full article
  11. Pfizer reported a jump in first-quarter profits based on surging revenues, with nearly one-fourth of sales coming from Covid-19 vaccines
  12. John Legend said vaccines offer hope for progess that the world will come together to defeat coronavirus
  13. India's second wave of coronavirus infections has seen at least 300,000 people a day test positive for the past week
  14. Indian court says the election commission of the country allowed political rallies with COVID-19 protocols
  15. Lahore administration sources say Pakistan Army and police will take administrative control of the city after 6pm
  16. #PakistanStandsWithIndia and #IndiaNeedsOxygen has been trending on Twitter and in the midst of this, Swara Bhasker is all hearts, seeing India's neighbour, Pakistan showing solidarity with its neighbour and assuring of every help possible. © Instagram/Swara Bhasker India continues to see a surge in COVID cases as the country is recording an alarming number of cases and deaths on a daily basis. In an article in the Washington Post, Ashish Jha, the dean of the Brown University School of Public Health also warned that the country is on the brink of a 'humanitarian catastrophe'. I want to express our solidarity with the people of India as they battle a dangerous wave of COVID-19. Our prayers for a speedy recovery go to all those suffering from the pandemic in our neighbourhood & the world. We must fight this global challenge confronting humanity together — Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) April 24, 2021 Very recently Prime Minister Imran Khan of Pakistan mentioned that both the countries should fight the virus together. Former Pakistan cricketer, Shoaib Akhtar took to his YouTube channel and appealed to Pakistan's government to help India deal with the Covid-19 virus. Akhtar mentioned that global support is required to deal with such a health crisis. India is really struggling with Covid-19. Global support needed. Health care system is crashing. Its a Pandemic, we are all in it together. Must become each other's support. Full video: https://t.co/XmNp5oTBQ2#IndiaNeedsOxygen #COVID19 pic.twitter.com/vX1FCSlQjs — Shoaib Akhtar (@shoaib100mph) April 23, 2021 He also took to Twitter to post the link of the video and tweeted saying, "India is really struggling with Covid-19. Global support needed. The health care system is crashing. It's a Pandemic, we are all in it together. Must become each other's support," Heartening to see Pakistani civil society & social media reach out in solidarity & kindness to India, during this devastating time.. this despite the fact that our media & mainstream public discourse have consistently mocked & vilified Pakistanis.. Thank u 4 ur bada dil Padosi — Swara Bhasker (@ReallySwara) April 24, 2021 Swara Bhasker then took to Twitter and applauded Pakistan for supporting India. She wrote "Heartening to see Pakistani civil society and social media reach out in solidarity and kindness to India during this devastating time," She further added, "This despite the fact that our media and mainstream public discourse have consistently mocked and vilified Pakistanis." In the end, she wrote, "Thank you for your bada dil Padosi." Thank you Shoib Akhtar ji for the kind words and gesture of humanity! Deeply appreciated 🏽🏽 https://t.co/YT7onzdR6b — Swara Bhasker (@ReallySwara) April 24, 2021 She also appreciated cricketer Shoaib Akhtar for addressing the distressing situation in India. She wrote, "Thank you Shoib Akhtar ji for the kind words and gesture of humanity! Deeply appreciated," Even Momina Mustehsan, a Pakistani actor, requested the government to join hands with India and help with the shortage of resources. She wrote, "As cases in India soar to highest global daily and second highest in total, it is bound to put strain on resources. This is humanity vs the virus. Our battle against Covid is also intensifying, but can we share to help our neighbors? #IndiaNeedsOxygen @ImranKhanPTI @SMQureshiPTI,” India is currently facing an acute shortage of oxygen cylinders, ventilators, medicines, hospital beds etc. All the basic requirements a patient would need to battle the virus. Several sources are now taking to social media to appeal for the shortage of resources. Here's how the people reacted to Pakistan's social media coming forward to help India. This is true face of Pakistan. Loving and caring nation standing with India in testing times no matter how ugly our past and present is this indicates we will have a bright future. Respect for all those who are praying for Indians and trended #PakistanstandswithIndia pic.twitter.com/SoxN1WXwR0 — Kalyan Shankraani 🇵🇰 (@KDShankraani) April 24, 2021That’s how people need to be & not to get played in the hands of politicians! — Razzi (@RK000120) April 24, 2021Now you know how Modi & Sanghis have turned India into a country which is worse than Pakistan on many fronts including an important one that is humanity & concern for each other despite the bitterness of past 74 years! — Capt G R Choudhary (@captgrc) April 25, 2021Pakistan-based humanitarian organisation Edhi Foundation has offered to help the people of India manage the Covid-19 pandemic. — Arif Siddiqui (@ariftweeterist) April 24, 2021While some people continue to try and spread hate in such trying times as well... Ask them not to send any terrorists to India that would be grate help. Five Lakh Kashmiri Pandits are on the road because of Pakistan they need their birth place back to live happily. — Kumar AV (@KumarAV92798422) April 25, 2021Pakistan is exactly like you, they can have sympathy with us but they can't be ours. 1947, 71, 99, 2001,08,16 and many more years are the examples of it, and by the way this too shall pass bs aap apne ghadiyali aasun na bahaen #CovidIndia — Luv Virmanaya (@LVirmanaya) April 25, 2021If you think they are very kind to India Tell them to hand over these above terrorist to india. Plz read the history of Pakistan before doing such tweets. Not expected from you. They are not our friends, They can never be our friends. — Mahesh Harsoor (@MaheshHarsoor7) April 25, 2021During same time they were dropping weapons in Punjab via drones...but looks like you are too busy checking Pakistani tweets. — Vinayak Dnyanoba Argade (@ArgadeVinayak) April 25, 2021 View the full article
  17. Robbers clean out 31 lockers of bank near Sakhi Hassan Chowrangi; make off with Rs200,000 in cash from Gulshan-e-Iqbal
  18. Delegation of Sindh writers, intellectuals, social activists call on PPP Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto, discuss growing extremism in Sindh
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