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  • SAARC CCI warns of worst humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan
    ISLAMABAD: SAARC Chamber of Commerce and Industry Thursday warned that Afghanistan is on the brink of one of the world’s worst humanitarian crisis in memory with more than half of country facing “acute” food scarcity. The SAARC Chamber President Iftikhar Ali Malik said while talking to a delegation of Afghan traders led by Muslim Khan […]
  • Farming starts on land belonging to Guru Nanak
    LAHORE: Farming has been started on 64 acre of land belonging to Baba Guru Nanak Dev Ji, in Kartarpur Sahib, which will be supervised by the Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (PSGPC) and Kartarpur Corridor Management Unit (KCMU). Head of Kartarpur Management Muhammad Latif inaugurated the farming while Sikh from India also participated in the […]
  • Over 115,000 get booster shots as positivity rate surges to 4.69 pc in south Punjab
    MULTAN: Exactly 115,682 individuals have been administered with booster shots to solidify defense shield against novel coronavirus in south Punjab where a gradual but steady rise in positivity rate is on the play though it was still below 10 percent threshold to necessitate tougher restrictions. The positivity rate that was recorded at 3.17 percent with […]
  • Pressure on UK PM Boris Johnson mounts over evacuation of dogs and cats from Afghanistan
    The UK government denied on Thursday that embattled Prime Minister Boris Johnson had prioritised pets over people in the chaotic evacuation out of Afghanistan as Kabul fell to the Taliban. The issue involving a British animal charity fuelled questions about Johnson’s truthfulness as he awaits an internal inquiry into lockdown-breaching parties that could determine his […]
  • India funded, supported attacks on CPEC: NSA Moeed
      BEIJING: National Security Adviser (NSA) Moeed Yusuf on Thursday said the safety of foreigners in the country is Pakistan’s responsibility, and concerns of Chinese workers and engineers working on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) are taken seriously. The NSA’s remarks came in an interview with the Beijing Review where he mentioned that some countries and their […]
  • Bank manager among five killed in Badin car–truck crash
    BADIN: Five persons, including a bank manager and two women, were killed in a car-truck collision on Talhar-Badin Road on Thursday. Jan Muhammad Khatti, the manager of a private bank, along with Constable Azhar Hussain Jatoi was reportedly on way to Badin to shift three injured persons to a hospital when his car collided with […]
  • For first time in history, government reforming criminal justice system
    Amendments in the criminal laws have been proposed by the federal government for the first time in 74 years of the history of Pakistan. According to the proposed amendments, trial in criminal case will be completed by the courts within nine months and appeal will be decided in six months. The trial court will prescribe […]
  • Colourful Kenyan football fan hacked to death
    Nairobi: Kenyans were mourning Thursday the country’s best-known football fan, a colourful former newspaper vendor who was found hacked to death at his home. Issac Juma Onyango was a familiar feature when the national team Harambee Stars were playing — painting his body from head to toe in Kenya’s colours of black, red, and green, […]
  • Greek capital digs out of snow chaos
    Athens: Athens inched back to normal on Thursday after a snowstorm paralysed roads for days as recriminations raged over closures and outages that left up to 200,000 homes and businesses without power. Shops and the capital’s main ring road reopened early Thursday after what officials described as a “super-human” effort to clear some 3,000 vehicles […]
  • 1,842 new cases with seven deaths
    LAHORE: As many as 1,842 new cases of coronavirus were reported and seven people died due to the pandemic in Punjab on Thursday. According to the data shared by a spokesperson for the Punjab Primary and Secondary Healthcare Department (P&SHD), the number of cases in the province reached 469,586 while total number of deaths recorded […]

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