Sindh govt lifts lockdown, coronavirus restrictions across province

KARACHI:  Sindh government has lifted lockdown restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus outbreak across the province, media reported on Monday. As per details, the business activities in the province will be allowed to operate six days a week. According to new timings, shops and markets will open from 6am to 8pm While they will be allowed to operate till 9pm...

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3PM Bulletin | 10-August-2020

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3PM Headline | 10-August-2020

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Lebanon: Protests rage against ruling class in Beirut after two ministers resign

Scores of protesters took to the streets in Beirut to demonstrate against the country's ruling class after a deadly blast left more than 130 dead and thousands injured, forcing two government ministers to resign. As hopes faded of finding any survivors of Tuesday´s explosion, information minister Manal Abdel Samad and environment minister Damianos Kattar both announced their resignations Sunday, in...

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Pakistan ‘a good example’ for world to follow on coronavirus policies: UNGA president-elect

ISLAMABAD: United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) President-elect Volkan Bozkir said Pakistan is a "good example" for the world to follow when it comes to dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. “Pakistan has been a good example to the world with its policies related to the global pandemic. It has performed better than any other country in dealing with global pandemic and...

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Bilal Saeed issues apology after public uproar over Wazir Khan Mosque shoot

Pakistani singer Bilal Saeed after incurring the wrath of the public for shooting a music video at Wazir Khan Mosque, issued an apology on Sunday. The 31-year-old Baari crooner turned to his Instagram with lengthy apology over the recent debacle that was caused following the filming of his music video Quboolwith Saba Qamar. “We realize what has happened over the past few days...

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More than 350 villages inundated in Dadu as rain wreaks chaos in Sindh

DADU: More than 350 villages in Sindh’s Dadu district have been inundated after four days of heavy downpour in the province made life difficult for the local population. More than 300 people have been rescued by the Pakistan Army in collaboration with local authorities as relief and rescue operation continues throughout the district. According to PPI, at least 50 villages were...

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12PM Bulletin | 10-August-2020

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Go home if you do not have authority: SC lambasts Karachi mayor

KARACHI: The Supreme Court of Pakistan lambasted the authorities responsible for Karachi on Monday while hearing a case related to billboards being swept away during strong winds and causing injuries and deaths. The SC bench, under Chief Justice of Pakistan Gulzar Ahmed, criticised Karachi Mayor Wasim Akhtar, the Sindh government, electricity utility K-Electric and others over what it called dereliction...

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