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Actress Uzma Khan Files Complaint Against Malik Riaz’s Daughters For alleged Harassment, Blackmail

Actress Uzma Khan may not be the most famous face in the Pakistan entertainment industry, but a series of viral videos has shed light on her. A video has been going viral for the last couple of days, where two women along with guards barge into Uzma Khan’s house, wreaking havoc. With property damaged, the actress and her sister beaten...

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Shehbaz blames rise in coronavirus cases on lack of strategy

LAHORE: Had there been a strategy in place at the time of the imposition of lockdown or when the decision was taken to lift it, the number of COVID-19 cases in the country would not have increased at such a rapid rate. According to a statement posted by the PML-N's official Twitter account, the former Punjab chief minister called on...

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Coronavirus pandemic: Sindh govt discards rumours of imposing curfew

KARACHI: Sindh government has not taken any decision to impose a curfew across the province, said Syed Murtaza Wahab on Monday. The advisor to the chief minister and Sindh government spokesperson rubbished rumours on social media that the provincial government had decided to impose a curfew in a bid to contain the coronavirus from spreading faster in the province. "News...

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KP chief secretary tests positive for COVID-19

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Secretary Dr Kazim Niaz has tested positive for Covid-19 and subsequently gone into quarantine, it emerged on Monday. In a statement, KP Chief Minister Mahmood Khan wished Niaz a speedy recovery. https://twitter.com/IMMahmoodKhan/status/1264818011489304576 "He [Niaz] has been working day and night against the coronavirus outbreak. He has gone above and beyond his duty in this regard." The chief...

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US pushing ties to brink of ´Cold War´ over coronavirus pandemic, says China

BEIJING: China said Sunday that its relations with the United States were "on the brink of a new Cold War," fuelled partly by tensions over the coronavirus pandemic that has killed nearly 350,000 people worldwide and pitched the global economy into a massive downturn. Fresh tensions between Beijing and Washington emerged as virus restrictions continued to shape and remake lives...

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Coronavirus: Daily number of recovered patients higher than new cases in a first, says CM Sindh

KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah on Monday said that it was the first instance since the emergence of the pandemic that the tally of recovered patients is higher than the new infected cases reported for novel coronavirus in the province. "About 1852 tests were conducted in the last 24 hours, out of which 443 tested positive whereas 614...

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Pilot of ill-fated PIA airbus ignored 3 warnings from Air Traffic Control to lower altitude

KARACHI: The pilot of the ill-fated PIA plane that crashed a couple of days ago had ignored warnings from air traffic control about the plane's height and speed as the aircraft approached for landing. The PK-8303 tragedy has become the third most-catastrophic aviation disaster in Pakistan's history. The plane crashed into a narrow residential street in Karachi on Friday, dealing...

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Airbus team to arrive in Karachi today to probe plane crash

KARACHI: The team of renowned plane manufacturing company, Airbus, will arrive in the southern port city on Monday to investigate the recent crash of one of its own manufactured aircraft. The Pakistan International Airlines plane crashed into a narrow residential street in Karachi on Friday, dealing significant damage to houses in a densely-populated area. Of the 99 people aboard, 97...

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India-China standoff deepens at eastern Laddakh with troop accumulation

The standoff between India and China at the disputed eastern Laddakh border area intensified with Indian media reports claiming both sides are increasing their troops in the area. As per a report by ThePrint, Beijing has also beefed up its security on its side of the Line of Actual Control (LAC)by locating an estimated 1,200 to 1,300 troops near the Pangong Lake....

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PIA plane crash: Sindh govt bars Punjab body from collecting DNA samples

KARACHI: The Government of Sindh has barred the Punjab Forensic Science Agency (PFSA) from taking DNA samples from the corpses of the passengers aboard the ill-fated Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane that crashed on Friday in Karachi's Model Colony area. The PIA Airbus A-320 jet with 99 people onboard, of whom two miraculously survived, had crashed into a crowded residential...

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Army Chief spends Eid with troops

RAWALPINDI: Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited the Line of Control (LoC) on Sunday and celebrated Eid-ul-Fitr with soldiers in the Puna sector after offering Eid prayers, ISPR said. According to ISPR, the army chief offered Eid prayers at the frontline and prayed for peace, progress and prosperity of Pakistan in these difficult times, particularly...

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Coronavirus in Pakistan: Confirmed cases climb to 54,601

Confirmed cases in the country climbed to 54,601 after new cases were detected in Islamabad and Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK). According to the national dashboard, 135 new cases were recorded in the federal capital and 26 new cases in AJK. Sindh leads the confirmed cases tally in the country with 21,645 infections followed by Punjab which has recorded 19,557...

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Celebrities express grief, pray for the PIA plane crash victims on Eid day

Eid-ul-Fitr comes this year amidst a global pandemic and just days after a horrible tragedy. What is usually a happy and wonderful occasion for which we get new clothes, prep delicious meals and make plans to see loved ones, this time around is a somber time; we're unable to leave the house, can't (as in really shouldn't) meet any family...

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FBR to pursue four major sugar mills in a bid to recover billions of rupees in sales tax evasion

ISLAMABAD: The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR), the country's top tax body, has decided to pursue four major sugar mills in a bid to recover billions of rupees in sales taxes they allegedly avoided paying to the exchequer over the last five years. The action is being taken on the findings of the Sugar Inquiry Commission (SIC), after the incumbent...

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Taliban, president Ghani announce three-day Eid ceasefire

The Taliban have announced a three-day ceasefire with the Afghan government which will go into effect during the Eid-ul-Fitr holidays starting today Sunday after months of months of fighting. President Ashraf Ghani swiftly welcomed the insurgents' offer and ordered his forces to also comply, while the US envoy to Afghanistan hailed the deal as a "momentous opportunity." https://twitter.com/ashrafghani/status/1264272518166298627 Taliban spokesman...

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India seeks help of Pakistan, Iran for help in fighting locust swarm

ISLAMABAD: India has issued a brief request to Pakistan for cooperation in the fight against a massive locust outbreak which it claims is migrating to India from breeding areas in Balochistan as well as Punjab. India has taken up the matter with Pakistan as well as Iran, which has also been severely affected by the locust swarm, and offered pesticides...

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Preliminary report of PIA plane crash gives rise to some serious queries

KARACHI: Air crash investigators are trying to figure out if the PIA flight PK-8303 crash incident is attributable to a pilot error or technical fault, with new information giving rise to fresh questions regarding the circumstances of the incident. The PIA aircraft, an Airbus A-320, had crashed on Friday evening, killing 97 passengers and crew and leaving only two survivors....

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