as we enter the last 10 days of the holy month of Ramadan, governments in Islamic countries from around the world have started announcing Eid Al Fitr holidays. Eid Al Fitr holiday will begin on July 15 and end on July 25. Employees will have to report for duty on July 26, after 11-day break, Al Sharq reports. Details about the break for the private sector have not been announced amid speculation that they would be two to three days. The differences between the public and private sector holidays once more highlights one of the issues facing the authorities as they encourage citizens to take up jobs in non state-run institutions. The latest announcement was made by Pakistan government on Monday, declaring five days of Eid holidays.