9PM Headline | 08-July-2020

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Electrocution kills 4 as rain hits parts of Karachi on third consecutive day

At least four people died of electrocution in different neighbourhoods of Karachi on Wednesday, police, rescue services and hospital officials said, as parts of the city received monsoon rains for the third day. Mohammed Rafiq, 50, was riding a motorcycle when an electric wire fell on him on Habib Rehmatullah Road popularly known as Stadium Road near Kingri House. He...

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Harvard, MIT launch lawsuit against Trump over decision to revoke foreign students’ visas

Harvard and MIT on Wednesday asked a court to block an order by President Donald Trump's administration threatening the visas of foreign students whose entire courses have moved online because of the coronavirus pandemic. The universities' lawsuit was in response to an announcement Monday by the US Immigration and Custom Enforcement (ICE) that the affected students must leave the country...

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In letter to PM Khan, international pilots body offers assistance in PIA crash investigation

The International Federation of Air Line Pilots’ Association (IFALPA) has called Minister for Aviation Ghulam Sarwar Khan's statement about pilots holding "fake" licenses “on the brink of being reckless” and has offered to assist Pakistan in the ongoing investigation of the crash of Pakistan International Airlines flight PK 8303. IFALPA was referring to the statement by the minister of aviation...

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6PM Bulletin | 08-July-2020

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6PM Headline | 08-July-2020

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Haider Ali, Imran Khan Sr, Kashif Bhatti depart to join Pakistan team in England

Haider Ali, Imran Khan Sr. and Kashif Bhatti, along with a masseur Malang Ali, on Wednesday departed for England after testing negative for Covid-19 in back-to-back tests. The quartet will reach London via a connecting commercial flight from Dubai and travel to Worcester by bus. The group will be re-tested when they arrive in Worcester and will only be allowed...

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Nation remembers services of Abdul Sattar Edhi on fourth death anniversary

The nation commemorated the services of philanthropist Abdul Sattar Edhi on his fourth death anniversary on Wednesday. The renowned humanitarian, who founded the world's largest volunteer ambulance network, died on July 8, 2016, in Karachi after a prolonged illness. Edhi, who was born in 1928, migrated to Pakistan in 1947 along with his family and dedicated his life to the...

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