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Cricket West Indies approves Test tour of England in July

  London: Cricket West Indies has approved “in principle” Test tour of England where the team will stay in a “bio-secure environment”. West Indies were scheduled to play Test series in June but the threat of the coronavirus has pushed the series back to July at the earliest. England and …

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Coronavirus kills 57 Pakistanis in one day as cases surge to 64,028

LAHORE, May 29: Pakistan confirmed 57 more deaths from novel coronavirus in one day as the nationwide tally of fatalities has jumped to 1,317 and positive cases surged to 64,028, Dunya News reported on Friday. According to the latest figures by the National Command and Operation Center (NCOC), 2,636 persons …

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Army Chief reiterates Pakistan’s unflinching commitment to global peace

RAWALPINDI, May 29: Chief of the Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Friday said the country’s sense of purpose and commitment towards global peace under the United Nations’ charter remains unflinching. On the occasion of International Day of United Nations Peacekeepers, General Bajwa said Pakistan commemorates the ‘Spirit of …

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Imran Khan forms committee to study plight of female prisoners

Directs for police, jail, probe reforms ISLAMABAD, May 29: Prime Minister Imran Khan Friday constituted a committee to study and investigate the plight of female prisoners. The committee has been constituted taking into account the plight of female prisoners, whether convicted or awaiting trial, in overall context of gender biasness …

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Ambassador Furqat Sidikov appointed Deputy Foreign Minister of Uzbekistan

Editor-in-Chief of Daily NHT and Daily Al Akhbar, Mr Ghulam Akbar & Lt.Col (R) Khalid Taimur Akram, Executive Director, CGSS congratulated H.E Furqat Sidikov on his new appointment NHT Report ISLAMABAD, May 29: Ambassador Furqat Sidikov has been appointed as deputy for Foreign Minister of Uzbekistan. The President of Uzbekistan …

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Afridi comes to aid of cricketer from Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir

Pakistan’s legendary all-rounder Shahid Afridi has come to the aid of cricketer, Mir Murtaza, who hails from the Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. Murtaza hails from the Anantang region in Kashmir and came to Pakistan through the Wagah Border and made his way to Karachi. He stayed at Shahid Afridi’s …

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Lockdown will be further eased in the coming days: Imran Khan

Assembly members should form teams in their respective constituencies to help the needy Says benefits of reduction in petroleum prices must be provided to all ISLAMABAD, May 4: Prime Minister Imran Khan has on Monday said the coronavirus lockdown will be further relaxed in the coming days as standard operating …

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Does not seem a unanimous plan so far, Federal govt’s policy is only limited to 25 Kms: CJP

SUO MOTO HEARING IN SC OVER CORONAVIRUS CASE Expresses indignation over lack of transparency in govt’s coronavirus response Says those who lost jobs, how are they surviving? ISLAMABAD, May 4: Chief Justice of Pakistan Gulzar Ahmed on Monday expressed his indignation over what he believes are ‘opaque’ procedures and measures …

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Pakistan summons Indian diplomat to refute ‘baseless, fallacious’ claim about Gilgit-Baltistan

ISLAMABAD, May 4: Pakistan summoned a senior Indian diplomat to convey its “rejection of India’s baseless and fallacious contention regarding the Supreme Court of Pakistan’s verdict in a matter pertaining to Gilgit-Baltistan”, a statement from the Foreign Office issued Monday read. In its statement, the Foreign Office said Pakistan “clearly …

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Sindh govt to forward Rs7 billion wheat scam to NAB for investigation

KARACHI, May 7: The Sindh government on Monday decided to forward the case of alleged theft of wheat worth Rs7 billions from its warehouses in the province to the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to investigate it thoroughly, ARY News reported. The decision came during a meeting presided over by the …

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