Two soldiers martyred in North Waziristan terrorist attack

Two soldiers embraced martyrdom in a terrorist attack on a military post located in Datta Khel area of North Waziristan. According to Inter-Services Public Relations, those who embraced martyrdom during intense exchange of fire include Naik Rehman of Chitral and Lance Naik Arif living Tank. Search of the area is being carried out to eliminate the terrorists.

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Two soldiers martyred in North Waziristan terrorist attack

Two soldiers embraced martyrdom in a terrorist attack on a military post located in Datta Khel area of North Waziristan. According to Inter-Services Public Relations, those who embraced martyrdom during intense exchange of fire include Naik Rehman of Chitral and Lance Naik Arif living Tank. Search of the area is being carried out to eliminate the terrorists.

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Pakistan bans travel from 7 countries amid concern over new Covid variant Omicron

The government has decided to impose travel restrictions for six South African countries and Hong Kong immediately in the wake of emergence of new variant of COVID-19. Minister for Planning and Development Asad Umar in a tweet today [Saturday] said that a notification regarding travel restrictions has been issued. He said emergence of new variant makes it even more urgent...

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1st Test Day 2: Pakistan 145/0 against Bangladesh at stumps, trail by 185 runs

On the second day of first cricket Test against Bangladesh at Chattogram, Pakistan in their first innings were 145 for loss of no wickets at stump today [Saturday]. Pakistan made a strong reply and reached 145 for no loss after fast bowler Hasan Ali claimed 5-51 to dismiss Bangladesh for 330 on day two of the opening Test. Openers Abid...

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Pakistan Women beat Zimbabwe Women by 114 runs

Player of the match Anam Amin’s brilliant three for nine in seven overs scripted Pakistan Women’s mammoth 114-run win over Zimbabwe Women in the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup Qualifier at Sunrise Club. According to PCB web site In what was Pakistan’s last outing in the tournament following the ICC’s decision to end the tournament due to Covid-19-related uncertainties and...

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Several countries restrict travel from Southern Africa due to new variant of Covid-19, Omicron

Countries around the world have restricted travel from southern African countries in an effort to contain a new variant of Covid-19, Omicron. In a statement, the World Health Organization said that Omicron has an increased re-infection risk. The statement said the number of cases of this variant appeared to be increasing in almost all of South Africa's provinces. This variant...

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drugs

‘It’s scary’: Overdose deaths driven by fentanyl mixed with other drugs

The spike of drug overdose deaths this year and last year has many drug abuse and addiction researchers, doctors and health officials worried about a growing trend among overdose victims that appears to indicate a new and different wave of the opioid epidemic. According to Research  While the loneliness and the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic appear to have driven...

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Pakistan Navy Ship TUGHRIL

PAKISTAN NAVY SHIP TUGHRIL VISITS PHILIPPINES

Pakistan Navy Ship TUGHRIL visited Port of Manila, Philippines as part of good will visit and flag showing mission. Upon arrival at port, Pakistan Navy Ship TUGHRIL was received by Ambassador of Pakistan in Philippines, Defence Attaché of Pakistan and officials of Philippines Navy. During port visit, Flag Officer in Command of Philippines Navy Vice Admiral Adelaide S Bordado, Executive...

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Muhammad Waseem

Muhammad Waseem wins World Boxing Association Flyweight title

Pakistani Boxer Muhammad Waseem has won the World Boxing Association Flyweight title. He defeated Colombian boxer Robert Brera by 115-113, 115-114 and 117-111 in Dubai. He has a record of 12 wins, one loss, one draw, and eight KOs, while Barrera left his record at 23 wins, four losses, and 13 KOs. The 34-year-old has once again risen in the...

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United Nation

UN urges India to ensure accountability for 600 deaths during protests against farm laws

United Nations has called on Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government to ensure accountability for the 600 people who died during the massive nationwide protests against the contentious agriculture laws. The UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food, Michael Fakhri said it is incumbent on the Indian authorities to heed calls for accountability concerning the casualties reported during the...

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Chaudhary Fawad Hussain

Prices of essential items declining due to effective steps of govt : Fawad Chaudhary

Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhary Fawad Hussain says prices of essential items are declining due to effective steps being taken by government. Talking to newsmen in Lahore today (Saturday), he said fruitful results of decrease in petroleum prices will definitely reach general public. The Information Minister appealed the apex Court to take notice of the conspiracies against honourable judiciary...

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petroleum

Govt not getting sales tax on petroleum products: Spokesperson

Spokesperson of Ministry of Finance Muzzammil Aslam on Saturday said that the government was getting zero percent sales tax on petroleum products. According to  APP Talking to a private news channel, he said that the increase of levy does not mean to increase the price of petroleum. The charges of Islamabad to Lahore Motorways have increased due to the agreement...

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RSS

Pakistan condemns RSS chief’s “provocative” remarks of undoing partition

Pakistan on Saturday completely rejected and strongly condemned the highly provocative and irresponsible remarks by Mohan Bhagwat, chief of India’s Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), calling for “undoing” of the partition. According to  APP “This is not the first time that the RSS chief has publicly indulged in such delusional thinking and historical revisionism,” the Foreign Office spokesperson said in a...

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Lahore

Lahore district administration continues anti-smog operations

On the directions of Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar, Lahore district administration is taking solid measures against factories that are causing pollution and smog. In Tehsil Model Town, district Administration sealed two factories that were causing pollution and smog. Meanwhile, Secretary Regional Transport Authority Lahore and Additional Deputy Commissioner Finance and Planning Lahore Ijaz Joyia confiscated sixteen vehicles causing pollution...

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Palestine

Palestine condemns Israel for approving settlement units in southern West Bank city of Hebron

Palestine has condemned Israel for approving the construction of 372 settlement units in the southern West Bank city of Hebron. Palestinian Foreign Ministry in a statement said the two-State solution is subjected to the most heinous process of sabotage because of Israel's policy about occupying the Palestinian land in West Bank.  

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Sajjad Burki

Sajjad Burki pays tributes to Imran Khan for granting right of franchise to overseas Pakistanis

Former President of PTI in the United States, Sajjad Burki called on Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad on Saturday and paid tributes to him for granting right of franchise to overseas Pakistanis. In addition, Sajjad Burki conveyed the appreciation of overseas Pakistanis on the steps taken by Prime Minister Imran Khan for their facilitation through Roshan Digital Account and...

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COVID-19

Covid-19: Seven more deaths, 411 new cases reported in country

As COVID-19 prevalence significantly declines, seven people died of Coronavirus infection across the country in a single day. According to the National Command and Operation Centre's statistics, 44,598 tests were conducted of which result of 411 cases came positive. The positivity ratio remained 0.92 per cent. 935 patients of coronavirus are in critical care.  

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