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PM Imran, President Alvi urges nation to pay special attention to needy and deserving this Eid

President Arif Alvi is his Eid message urged the nation to keep adhering to precautionary measures, noting that the whole world was being ravaged by the deadly COVID-19. He said the nation would face the critical challenge with solidarity and precautionary measures. The president added that Eid-ul-Fitr had special significance due to the holy month of Ramadan as the day...

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PM Imran, President Alvi urges nation to pay special attention to needy and deserving this Eid

President Arif Alvi is his Eid message urged the nation to keep adhering to precautionary measures, noting that the whole world was being ravaged by the deadly COVID-19. He said the nation would face the critical challenge with solidarity and precautionary measures. The president added that Eid-ul-Fitr had special significance due to the holy month of Ramadan as the day...

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PIA plane crash: No survivors except 2 as rescuers wrap up accounting for passengers, survivors recall horror

KARACHI: The passenger death toll from Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight PK-8303, which crashed on Friday afternoon after sending a distress call, has risen to 97, marking it as the third most catastrophic aviation disaster in Pakistan's history. Only two survived the crash — the chief executive of the Bank of Punjab and a young engineer. The Karachi-bound flight from...

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Major plane crashes in Pakistan through the course of history

KARACHI: A Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) passenger plane carrying almost a 100 passengers crashed in a residential area near Karachi's Jinnah International Airport on Friday less than a minute before landing. Here's a look at the history of plane crashes in Pakistan: May 22, 2020 Early news reports suggest that 97 people were aboard the plane, including 85 passengers and...

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FIR registered against Colonal Ki Biwi who misbehaved with police officers

Police have registered a case against a woman whose video went viral on social media in which she can be seen misbehaving with police officials at the Hazara Motorway. The case was registered on the complaint of Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) Aurangzaib Khan on Thursday and the FIR describes the woman as an 'unidentified person'. A statement, shared by Mansehra police...

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Jumma Tul Wida Observed today With Religious Reverence amid coronavirus outbreak

‘Jumma Tul Wida’ is a day celebrated by Muslims across the globe on the last Friday of the holy month of Ramadan. Many Muslim countries including Pakistan observe Jumma Tul Wida today on May 22. Jumma Tul Wida holds great significance and marks an important event for the followers of Islam. On this day, Muslims wake up early in the...

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First Location Based Online Shopping Search Engine Launched by Pakistani Students

COVID-19 outbreak has increasingly affected health, especially the minds of people. A strict lockdown has been imposed in Pakistan by the government due to this transmittable virus. People are feeling suffocated while being locked in quarantine at home for more than two months. COVID-19 is a threat to life, and it has highly affected the minds because all of a...

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Pakistan has most coronavirus cases and deaths per million in South Asia

Out of the three biggest South Asian countries, Pakistan has the highest COVID-19 cases and deaths per million people, as per world statistics. In terms of number of confirmed cases in comparison to its population, Pakistan ranks number one, followed by Bangladesh and India, according to Our World in Data, a collaborative effort between researchers at the University of Oxford...

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Army Chief takes notice of ‘Colonal Ki Biwi’s’ misconduct video after it goes viral on social media

Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Gen Qamar Bajwa has taken notice of the incident of misconduct by the wife of a serving army officer at a check post on Hazara Motorway after the video clips of the event went viral on social media. As being reported an immediate disciplinary action is initiated against the officer on COAS directive. According to...

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Laila-tul-Qadr being observed across the country tonight

Laila-tul-Qadr, a night considered to be equal to praying for 1000 months, would be observed on Saturday night (Ramzan-ul-Mubarak 27), May 20, 2020 with religious fervour and reverence. It merits mentioning here that the exact timings of Lailatul Qadr have not been revealed. According to majority of Islamic scholars, Lailatul Qadr falls on night of Ramzan-ul-Mubarak 27 but it is...

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Chinese scientists believe new drug can stop COVID-19 outbreak ‘without vaccine’

A Chinese laboratory has been developing a drug it believes has the power to bring the coronavirus pandemic to a halt. The outbreak first emerged in China late last year before spreading across the world, prompting an international race to find treatments and vaccines. A drug being tested by scientists at China's prestigious Peking University could not only shorten the...

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UK adds loss of smell and taste to coronavirus symptom list

The United Kingdom has added the loss of smell and taste to its official list of COVID-19 symptoms including fever and new continuous cough — a step that it hopes could help pick up about 2% more cases of novel coronavirus. The change, announced by Professor Jonathan Van-Tam, England's deputy chief medical officer, came after scientists advising the government decided...

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Pakistani-American girl honored by Trump as one of the heroes of COVID-19

A Pakistani-American was honored by US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump for helping the people on the frontlines amid coronavirus pandemic. Laila Khan, 10, from Maryland was honored for helping medical workers and firefighters. She donated 100 boxes of cookies to the firefighters and medical workers as they battled the novel coronavirus. The US Embassy in Islamabad...

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Shahid Afridi criticises Modi for escalating tensions in IOK in viral video, enrages Indian cricketers

Former Pakistan skipper Shahid Afridi, during a recent visit of Azad Kashmir, was seen addressing a crowd in a video on social media. Boom Boom, a vocal critic of India's atrocities in occupied Kashmir, once again took a dig at Modi over his role in escalating tensions in the region. "Modi deployed 7 lakh soldiers in Kashmir, same as the...

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Captivating performance of visually impaired British-Pakistani teenager vows audience at Britain’s Got Talent

A 14-year-old Pakistani-origin British girl on Saturday stunned the  judges of "Britain's Got Talent" with her emotional performance of a song originally sung by Gabrielle Alpin. The supporters of Sirine Jahangir are already campaigning for the singer to  to win the contest following her performance. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6IHlarDimEI “I guess it’s pretty obvious that I can’t see – there was a time...

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Malala encourages class of 2020 to follow their dreams as the world is theirs

Malala Yousafzai joined the A-listers around the world in celebrating the class of 2020 as she shared her wisdom with the graduating students with her uplifting speech. The 22-year-old education advocate came forth giving an uplifting speech for the Graduate Together: America Honors the High School Class of 2020 special, urging the students to follow their dreams. “To all the graduates of...

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In Qatar, failing to wear a mask in public can land you in prison for three years

Fighting one of the highest infection rates in the world, Qatar has made it mandatory for people to wear face masks in public or be ready to face a three-year imprisonment sentence. More than 30,000 people have tested positive for COVID-19 in the tiny Gulf country -- 1.1 percent of the 2.75 million population -- although just 15 people have...

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