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Brits flock to pubs and salons
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Brits flock to pubs and salons

    Brits have flocked to pubs in England for the first time in three months after they reopened from 6am. Thirsty punters have seen off long-awaited pints at reopened Wetherspoons branches, while queues lined the streets outside barber shops this morning. Bars, restaurants, cafes and salons are all welcoming back customers, in what Boris Johnson has hailed "the biggest step yet on the road to recovery", dubbed "Super Saturday". But Matt Hancock warned revellers they "could end up behind bars" if trouble flares, with police chiefs and hospital bosses bracing for a New Year's Eve-style operation.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is leveraging ‘Digital Bangladesh’for‘GovTech’ and ‘DevTech’ in delivering post-Covidpublic health services
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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is leveraging ‘Digital Bangladesh’for‘GovTech’ and ‘DevTech’ in delivering post-Covidpublic health services

''Under the prudent and visionary leadership of Hon'ble Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, Bangladesh isdelivering public health services and humanitarian emergency aide to our people's door step, utilizing ‘GovTech’ and ‘DevTech’ under her ‘Digital Bangladesh’ vision'', said Bangladesh High Commissioner Saida Muna Tasneem at the virtual Commonwealth Leaders meeting on the COVID-19 crisis earlier this week. Presidents, Prime Ministers and Foreign Ministers of 30 Commonwealth member countries including Nigeria, Kenya, Belize, Bahamas, Uganda, Tanzania, Guyana, and the Gambia attended the meeting. High Commissioner Tasneem was speaking at the virtual Commonwealth Leaders meeting as a representative of Prime Minister of Bangladesh. She briefed the Commonwealth leaders about Prime Minister Sheikh...