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ISLAMABAD: The federal government has launched a major initiative to provide the fastest internet service to Sindh.

According to the report, two projects worth Rs 3 billion have been signed for Sindh under the Federal Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunication.

The total cost of both the projects will be more than Rs. 3 billion, on completion of which more than 4.7 million people of 140 union councils of different areas of Sukkur, Khairpur, Ghotki and Kashmore districts will be able to access fast internet facilities.

The agreements were signed by Haris Mahmood Chaudhry, CEO, Universal Service Fund, IT Ministry and Nadeem Khan, Acting CEO, PTCL.

With the completion of the projects, 372 educational institutions, 170 health centers, 217 government offices and 131 banks within a radius of 5 sq km in the said districts will be connected to the fastest internet service.

Federal Minister Syed Amin-ul-Haq said that the process of providing IT services to the rural areas of Sindh is underway and more than Rs. 6 billion is being spent on fiber optics in Sindh.

He said that the government is also working on e-parliament. After June 30, talent will be hung on every seat in the parliament.

The Federal Minister said that Pakistan’s IT exports have increased due to the Corona epidemic. In the year 2018-19, the IT exports were کروڑ 995 million while in the year 2019-20, the exports of IT have reached ارب 1.23 billion. Exports increased by 24%.


Carrots are important nutrients found in vegetables


Fiber Carbohydrates Vitamin B Beta Carotene Vitamin C Iron and other minerals are found. Carrots contain powerful antioxidants like beta carotene. It is important to keep your eyes sharp and safe.
Carrot leaves are not used like radish leaves but they are very energetic. These leaves are also rich in protein, vitamins and minerals.
If winter leaves are available, make them a part of your diet.
Carrots are a treasure trove of vitamin A. Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin. It is available in two forms. The former is Retinol and the second is known as carotene. Its second name is Provitamin A Retinol.
It also enters the bloodstream and becomes part of the body through fat.


With adequate amounts of vitamin A in the body, the eyes remain healthy, the teeth and bones remain strong, the body develops, the elasticity of the skin, the energy improves the digestive system and the immune system increases.
Beta-carotene properties are similar to those of vitamin A. Beta-carotene can be found in carrots, sweet potatoes, mangoes, tomatoes, etc., which people cannot see properly in the dark.
They should eat more carrots.
According to modern research, eating carrots daily can reduce the risk of lung cancer by up to 60%. Carrot juice is also nutritious and if carrots are eaten raw when chewed, mouth germs are eliminated and gums are strengthened. Therefore, at the age of tooth extraction, it is more suitable for young children to wash and eat carrots.
In this way, stomach worms do not exist. All the benefits for the eyes and gums will have been forgotten by most of them.
Carrot juice.

Carrot Juice

Carrot juice also plays a very active role in breaking down kidney and bladder stones.
It kills badi, so it is useful for men and women suffering from ferruginous to eat it raw, and it is better to drink half a cup of carrot juice instead of tea for breakfast.
It is very useful for mucus diseases, blood disorders, irregular heartbeat and jaundice. It is also an antidote for liver and keeps digestion in order. The stomach provides all the essential enzymes, minerals and vitamins. Carrots protect against stomach ulcers. The salts in it are also an excellent source of health and strength.


ISLAMABAD: The government has announced the opening of 9th to 12th class schools from January 18 and primary to 8th class schools from January 25 across the country.

According to details, a meeting of inter-provincial education ministers was held under the chairmanship of Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood in which the provincial education ministers and other officials participated through video link.

After the meeting, Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mahmood in a press conference announced the opening of educational institutions across the country in three phases.

Shafqat Mahmood said that schools from 9th to 12th class will be opened from January 18, schools from primary to 8th class from January 25, while higher education institutions including universities will be opened from February 1.

Referring to the board examinations, the education minister said that the board examinations would now be held in May and June while the school administration and teachers would be able to perform their duties from January 11.

He said that the first priority of the government is the health of children and no compromise can be made on the health of children.
A review meeting will also be held on January 14 or 15.

Dr. Faisal Sultan, Special Assistant for Health, said in a press conference that the second wave of Corona has come to a halt. The halt was directly related to the closure of educational institutions. Delay is necessary as a precaution.

Private Schools Supreme Council welcomes government’s decision
On the other hand, the Supreme Council of Private Schools welcomed the decision of the government and said that the decision to open schools is welcome.