Web Desk ::macOS Catalina is now available for download in version 10.15.7. Apple has already started rolling out the update.
To all of you Mac users out there, version 10.15.7 of macOS Catalina is now available. You should have probably already received the request to update. If not, just take a look and start.
Various bugs are fixed again, but there is nothing big about it, as a look at the changelog reveals:
• Resolves an issue that prevented macOS from automatically connecting to Wi-Fi
• Resolves an issue that prevented files from syncing through iCloud
Drive • Corrects a graphics issue that occurred on iMacs (Retina 5K, 27 ″, 2020 ) could occur with Radeon Pro 5700 XT
Apple has also released previously known updates for macOS Catalina, a few months ago Apple released the update to improve battery life. Earlier there were some Bluetooth vulnerabilities found in the software, however, Apple did not respond to those vulnerabilities in the following updates.
Web Desk ::The first meeting of the Advisory Council for the project “Saving Lives and Livelihoods by supporting Food Security, Small and Medium Enterprises and Universal Social Protection Mechanisms to cope with COVID-19 Impacts in Pakistan” was started by Dr. Moeed W. Yusuf, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on National Security & Strategic Policy Planning.
The project is a joint collaboration with the International Development Research Center (IDRC) and the Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI). It aims to support the Pak Govt amidst the COVID-19 pandemic in ensuring essential economic activity and safeguarding workers and smaller producers, the report said.
Dr. Moeed Yusuf said that the project can feed into real-time data at both national and provincial levels. This is essential to the security of food and economic prosperity. Both of these aspects are important by the government for national security
The committee was informed by Dr. Abid Suleri, Executive Director SDPI through the multi-sectoral the thematic focus of the project. It explores food security, small to medium enterprises (SMEs), and social protection systems.
The important elements of the project were elaborated by Dr. Vaqar Ahmed, Joint Executive Director, SDPI. These elements are documenting evidence on the impact of COVID-19, input informing response evidence-based during the relief and recovery phases, and local research strengthening.
Web Desk ::National Newspaper Readership Day is being observed on Friday.
In his message, President Dr. Arif Alvi highlighted its importance by saying, “Despite the growth of electronic and digital media, newspapers still play a significant role in creating awareness and educating the people about various economic and social issues.
Similarly, the Prime Minister also expressed his support towards the day and congratulated the APNS for such a step.