Newsone Bulletin 6PM | 4-4-2020 |

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Newsone Bulletin 6PM | 4-4-2020 |

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Amid coronavirus pandemic, attacker stabs two to death in France

PARIS: An attacker armed with a knife stabbed several people on Saturday in south-east France before being arrested, sources told AFP. In the attack, two people were killed and seven were wounded. One of the wounded is in critical condition in hospital. The attack took place at a shopping centre and on a road in Romans-sur-Isere before police apprehended the...

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Pakistan to let Afghan nationals return home: Foreign Office

The Foreign Office on Saturday said Islamabad, at the request of the government of Afghanistan, will allow Afghan nationals to return home through two land border crossings with the eastern neighbour. “At the special request of the government of Afghanistan and based on humanitarian considerations, Pakistan has decided to allow the exit of Afghan nationals in Pakistan wishing to go back...

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Newsone Bulletin 3PM | 4-4-2020 |

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Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Death Anniversary: A Man with vision, gave the famous slogan of ‘Roti, Kapra, Makan

Today 4t April, 2020 marks the 41st death anniversary of the former slained Prime Minister, foreign Minister, ‘Quaid-e-Awam’ Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, as 39 years ago he was executed on this very day, which turned out to be  the ‘judicial murder’ later confessed by the head judge. Bhutto rose to the prominence in Military Dictator  General Ayub Khan’s rule, as the...

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After defeating coronavirus, Pakistan will emerge as the envisioned welfare state: PM Imran

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday expressed the confidence that despite the many challenges to Pakistan from the coronavirus outbreak, it can emerge as a stronger nation and become the truly welfare state it was envisioned to be. "When we emerge from this challenge, we will be a totally different nation. We will be the nation which was envisioned. "It...

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Google Doodle pays tribute to veteran squash player Hashim Khan

Google Doodle is paying tribute to Pakistani squash player Hashim Khan, widely revered as one of the sport’s all-time greatest players. On this day in 1951, Khan won the British Open Squash Championships, propelling him from relative obscurity to the status of an international icon. Born in 1914, Khan was raised in Nawakilli, Peshawar, a small village in what was...

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US sets new record with 1,480 virus deaths in 24 hours, global toll rises to 57,000

The United States recorded nearly 1,500 deaths from COVID-19 between Thursday and Friday, according to the Johns Hopkins University tracker, the worst 24-hour death toll globally since the pandemic began. With 1,480 deaths counted between 8:30pm (0030 GMT) Thursday and the same time Friday, according to the universitys continuously updated figures, the total number of people who have died since...

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Number of coronavirus cases expected to rise to 50,000 by April 25, govt tells SC

ISLAMABAD: The government submitted on Saturday to the Supreme Court of Pakistan a report on its national action plan for combating the coronavirus epidemic spreading across the country. In its report, the government detailed the situation arising in the wake of the pandemic and the severity of suspected cases. “By April 25, the number of the coronavirus cases are feared...

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Economic fallout from coronavirus epidemic ‘much worse than the global financial crisis,’ says IMF chief

International Monetary Fund's (IMF) managing director has said the coronavirus pandemic which has brought the global economy to a standstill and plunged the world into a recession as “way worse” than the global financial crisis a decade ago. The IMF’s managing director, Kristalina Georgieva, speaking at a rare joint news conference with the leader of the World Health Organisation (WHO),...

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Coronavirus lockdown: Railways incurring more than Rs1 billion in losses each week, says minister

Railways Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed has said the lockdown in the country due to the coronavirus pandemic has led to Pakistan Railways incurring more than a Rs1billion in losses every week. “We are bound by the government’s decision, but if this lockdown is over, we will run 20 trains, as they are needed [in view of existing demand],” Rasheed said...

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