6PM News Bulletin | 12th-August-2020

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6PM News Bulletin | 12th-August-2020

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Book Review: John Grisham’s ‘A Time For Mercy’ will Keep You Mesmerized!

John Grisham who is well known for his simple and yet engrossing unputdownable books has an array of best sellers to his name, most of them dealing with legal matters of sorts from large courtrooms and metropolitans to far seated towns in the American environ. There are more than a number of ways he presents his readers the stories, ranging...

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6PM Headline | 12th-Aug-2020

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Major cyber attack by Indian intelligence identified: ISPR

A major cyber attack by Indian intelligence agencies has been identified by the country's intelligence apparatus and various targets of the attack are being investigated, said the Pakistan Army on Wednesday. The Inter-Services Public Relations, in a statement, further said that an advisory is being sent to all government departments and institutions in order to identify lapses and enhance cyber-security...

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Ignorance Where it Comes to Relaxing the Lockdown

As the COVID lockdown in Pakistan has been lifted the masses once again have gone back to normal life. it is a breath of fresh air indeed. the feeling of once again going out and enjoying the pleasures and bustle of the city has revived. Going back to normal life most have gone back to 'a too normal life' forgetting...

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Javed Miandad lashes out at PM Imran in YouTube video, says premier ruined cricket

Pakistan’s legendary batsman Javed Miandad, in a YouTube video on Tuesday, lashed out at Prime Minister Imran Khan for ruining cricket by appointing clueless officials in high-ranking positions of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) The 63-year-old was perplexed by the appointment of foreigners for the vital positions of the board. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=40BEOMZA4bc “All officials in the PCB do not know the...

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3PM News Bulletin | 12th-August-2020

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3 killed, 100 others arrested in India in violence over anti-Islam Facebook post

At least three people were killed in India's IT hub Bangalore after a "derogatory" Facebook post about Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) sparked riots and resulted in clashes between police and thousands of protesters, it emerged on Wednesday. According to Times of India, the violence, that erupted at 7pm on Tuesday, went on for at least five hours. The report added that 110...

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