May 1, 2021

This Pakistani ‘model’ cat fished the internet with his photoshop skills

Albabajwa: According to Twitter sources, Albab Khurram is a ‘model’ from Karachi who gained near to 7000 followers on his Instagram for his insanely aesthetic feed. His feed had pictures from various photoshoots and he had become popular among followers for his ‘unreal’ looks, with posts shared for a multiple of times. Along with his […]

May 1, 2021

Pakistan introduces travel restrictions, incoming flights to reduce to 20%

NCOC circular: The NCOC has released a circular in the morning outlining major changes to Pakistan’s travel rules and restrictions. It has been formed keeping in mind global disease trends and local positivity rates. The most focal point of this circular is that inbound international flights will be reduced to 20% from May 5 to […]

May 1, 2021

No new ‘eidi’ notes this Eid

SBP: The state bank of Pakistan has announced that there will be no new ‘eidi’ notes releasing this year on Eid Ul Fitr due to the spread of the coronavirus.  The State Bank of Pakistan released new notes on every Eid as per tradition as people prefer giving children and others ‘eidi’ in the form […]

May 1, 2021

40+ crushed to death at Israeli Religious Festival

The Festival: Around 100,000 ultra-orthodox jews were gathered at Mount Meron tomb to celebrate the annual Jewish holiday of ‘Lag B’Omer’. Tons of people were gathered late on Friday to witness the ceremonial bonfire lighting, when what officials describe as a ‘stampede’ occurred.  A witness present says that as soon as the bonfire had been […]

May 1, 2021

‘Disaster Girl’ cashes in on NFT sale of meme, makes $500,000

The meme: Zoe Roth, the girl termed as the ‘disaster girl’ meme in 2005. Her meme has made her almost half a million dollars after she sold the original copy’s rights in a non-fungible token. This is another sign that the market for NFT’s and digital rights has soared in recent times, especially since the […]

May 1, 2021

Australia imposes ban, USA imposes restrictions on travel from India as daily cases cross 400,000

The Australian Ban: The Australian ministry has said that Australian citizens travelling home from India could face fines and up to five years in jail. The Health Ministry has said that they made the ruling in respect to the fact of how many Indians were in quarantine right now. It is estimated that there are […]

May 1, 2021

EU calls to review Pakistan’s preferential treatment over blasphemy law abuse

What happened: The EU Parliament has adopted a resolution calling to review Pakistan’s GSP+ status among other trade links over concerns on how the blasphemy law in the country is unregulated and how these accusations have been used to target minority groups, journalists, as well as the increasing number of online and offline attacks.  The […]

April 30, 2021

Pakistan to import 6,000 tons of oxygen – Asad Umar

Proactive Measures: The Pakistani government has decided to import 6000 tons of oxygen, 5000 cylinders, and 20 cryogenic tanks in order to prepare capacity to deal with the peak of the third wave of COVID-19 in the country. This was announced after the NCOC meeting on Friday as a proactive measure to avoid future catastrophe. […]

April 30, 2021

Iran and Saudi Arabia inching towards better relations

Saudi Crown Prince: While speaking to Al Arabiya TV, the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman has stated that they want good relations with their ‘arch rival’ Iran to push the Middle East to prosperity. He stated that it is pivotal that the two nations work towards better ties so that hurdles can be eliminated, […]

April 30, 2021

Oldest winner of Mr. Pakistan bodybuilding championship crowned at 60

The Achievement: Ustad Waheed from Lahore has made a record of becoming the oldest to win the oldest to win the prestigious Mr. Pakistan bodybuilding competition at the age of 60.  His struggle: Ustad Abdul Waheed had been in the struggle of achieving fitness excellence since the age of 16 and has been pursuing this […]

April 30, 2021

Vaccine resistant South African and Brazilian variants of COVID-19 found in Karachi

Sindh Health Department: The Sindh Health department has just posted a video message on their Twitter announcing that the South African and Brazilian COVID-19 strains have been found in samples taken at the Agha Khan University Hospital.  The Video Message: The Sindh Minister for Health and Population Welfare, Dr. Azra Pechuho stated that out of […]

April 30, 2021

PPP win controversial election for NA 249

Election Results: After a long night of waiting and a very tough competition, PPP’s Qadir Khan Mandokhail has emerged victorious after securing 16,156 votes. Miftah Ismail of the PML-N missed out on the seat by just 683 votes. The banned outfit TLP’s candidate Nazeer Ahmed came in third place , while PSP’s Mustafa Kamal came […]

April 30, 2021

All top schools in the country join effort for Student Assessed Grades

The issue of SAGs: After the most recent announcement from Education Minister, Shafqat Mahmood, students in the O/A level system have entered a conundrum of a very difficult decision. The cancellation of this CIE session will give students only the choice of giving these exams in October which will give them only 6 months to […]

April 30, 2021

Footage emerges of illegal land grabbing by Bahria Town

What Happened: Various videos emerged yesterday of mass scale illegal land grabbing by Bahria Town in a village near Bahria Town Karachi. A number of heavy machinery, armed guards, security forces , police vans and workers barged into an indigenous village near Bahria Town Karachi, starting preparations for encroachment of the land. 100s of the […]

April 29, 2021

Pakistan set to trademark Khewra pink salt

What happened: The world renowned Khewra pink salt is set to be registered as a local product of Khewra with international trading bodies.The federal cabinet recently approved that the Pakistan Minerals Development Corporation will be the patent holder for the Khewra pink salt. The PMDC is finalising requirements for the rock salt to be registered […]

April 29, 2021

Despite TLP ‘ban’ and COVID-19 third wave, Karachi sees by-election for NA 249

NA 249: The NA 249 seat fell vacant after PTI minister Faisal Vawda resigned from his seat due to his seat in the Senate. Vawda resigned from his seat as he was a dual nationality holder at the time of his nomination papers being filled.  In light of his resignition the election commission announced by-polls […]

April 29, 2021

Indian man charged over Twitter oxygen plea for dying grandfather

What Happened: An Indian man in the Uttar Pradesh state is being prosecuted for trying to arrange oxygen for his grandfather dying, through Twitter. State officers have charged Shashank Yadav with spreading a ‘rumor’ over oxygen shortages ‘with intent to cause fear or alarm’. Mr. Yadav did not mention COVID-19 in his tweet, however he […]

April 29, 2021

Dr. Yasmin Rashid praised for dealing with COVID-19 administration amid fight against cancer

Background: The Punjab Minister for Primary and Secondary Health was diagnosed with breast cancer last year, and has been fighting the illness since then. She had undergone successful surgery for the disease at Shaukat Khanum Lahore in December 2020. She has been going through phases of chemotherapy since then.  Efforts: The Punjab Health Minister has […]

April 29, 2021

Pfizer’s at-home pill to treat COVID-19 could be ready by end of this year

In Testing: The multinational pharmaceutical giant Pfizer announced human safety testing of a new pill to treat corona-virus at home last month. If these trials are successful, the at home drug could be prescribed at the early signs of COVID-19, blocking the SARS-COV2 from replicating and preventing life threatening symptoms in patients.  Phase 1 trials […]

April 28, 2021

Internet freedom declined drastically in Pakistan in 2020 according to report

The Report: According to the findings of the ‘Annual Pakistan media legal review 2020’ report launched by the Institute of Research, Advocacy and Development (IRADA), internet freedom declined in Pakistan in 2020 due to the consistent blocking of political, social and cultural websites by the government.  2020 saw many different social media bans because of […]

April 28, 2021

PM Khan, Bill Gates discuss COVID-19, polio eradication and climate change on telephone

Coronavirus: Imran Khan highlighted the importance of vaccine availability and how important it is that vaccines be equitable, timely available, in appropriate supply, and delivered quickly to low income countries. PM Khan emphasised on the fact that higher income countries should help out the lower income countries on vaccine development and procurement. This comes after […]

April 28, 2021

Israel accused of committing apartheid by Human Rights Watch

Jerusalem: Since the start of the month of Ramadan, the Israeli police has been committing crimes against muslims in the region to a certain degree that include harassment, obstruction to prayer, looting, death threats and unfair arrests. Clashes erupted between far-right Israelis and Arabs in which 200 Palestenians were wounded on the 23rd of April. […]

April 28, 2021

IPL slammed after telling players to play for ‘humanity’ amid COVID-19 destruction in India

The debate: A lot of debate has been surrounding the resumption of the lucrative Indian Premier League despite the harrowing situation of the coronavirus ‘storm’, as described by PM Modi, in India. The sports league has been criticized for continuing despite the daily infection count crossing 350,000 and over 3000+ deaths daily.  Supporters of the […]

April 28, 2021

Sri Lanka approves proposed burqa ban

The proposal: Sri Lanka’s cabinet approved a controversial proposal to ban all forms of full-face veils, including Muslim burqas in public citing security concerns. This proposal has come to cabinet despite the United Nation’s comment of it violating international humanitarian laws. The proposal was approved by the cabinet on Tuesday by Public Security Minister Sarath […]

April 28, 2021

O/A levels students demand resignation of Education Minister

NCOC meeting: Shafqat Mahmood’s meeting yesterday was aimed at solving the issue of exams in a pandemic for students, however it seems that matters have been made worse. The Education Minister announced cancelation of exams till June 15, which means that CAIE students can now only appear for O/A levels exams in the October/November cycle, […]

April 28, 2021

Maulana Tariq Jamil launches flagship store, criticized for violating COVID-19 SOPs

New Brand: Earlier this year, celebrity cleric Maulana Tariq Jamil expressed his intention of launching a fashion brand. Many mockups and images of the logo of the brand popped up around February. After this, the Maulana clarified that he had been praying to God to help him in a venture through which he can fund […]

April 27, 2021

All exams suspended till June 15, 2021 including classes 9 to 12 and O/A levels

NCOC Announcement: The Education Minister, Shafqat Mahmood has made a monumental announcement. All exams have been suspended till June 15, 2021. These include all board exams for classes 9-12, and also O/A levels exams. He said that O/A levels will now happen in the OCT/NOV cycle and special arrangements will be made for A2 students […]

April 27, 2021

FIR booked against KP Health Minister for hosting ‘iftar party’ & violating COVID SOPs amidst brutal third wave

FIR booked: A first information report(FIR) has been launched against the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Health Minister Taimur Khan Jhagra for violating various COVID-19 SOPs after hosting an iftar party at a restaurant. The FIR has also been booked against the restaurant owner by the district administration for hosting an event where plenty of guests were present. […]

April 27, 2021

PM Khan confident in his approach to tackle blasphemy

The Event: Prime Minister Imran Khan addressed the South Punjab Secretariat in Multan. He described the step as a ‘a step towards a separate province.’ Addressing the ceremony , he said the second South Punjab Secretariat would soon be established in Bahawalpur. Addressing the issue of blasphemy: Prime Minister Imran Khan says he has a […]

April 27, 2021

PSL 6 replacement draft likely today

PSL 6: The sixth edition of the Pakistan Super League was suspended early in March, after a COVID-19 outbreak had breached the ‘biosecure bubble’. The tournament had to be stopped after just 14 matches and it was decided that the tournament would be completed at a later date. New Dates: The remainder of the tournament […]

April 27, 2021

NCOC to review exam situation as students continue to apply pressure on government

Twitter uproar: As soon as the decision to go ahead with exams has gone ahead, everyone has shared their two thoughts on how dangerous the decision is. The CIEs commenced yesterday for A levels students amid high tensions. Soon after the morning session papers, social media flooded with images & videos of the violations in […]

April 27, 2021

Did Arammish really ghost a customer after severely injuring her?

On April 16th, a girl named Hafsah (@hafsahhaqofficial) posted on Instagram about her experience at Arammish, DHA and stated that their masseuse injured her. She’s also a choreographer by profession and because of this injury, has missed out on a lot of work, as claimed by Hafsah. What Happened: Hafsah stated that when she returned […]

April 26, 2021

Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan adds to her talents, administers COVID-19 vaccine on senior citizens in Sialkot

What happened: Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan visited a COVID-19 vaccination center in her hometown of Sialkot to review the efficiency and arrangements. She also gave instructions to staff members. Dr. Firdous also vaccinated several senior citizens on this occasion and boosted morale of the staff. Speaking to the media, she promised the announcement of vaccination […]

April 26, 2021

Ramadan violence continues against Palestinians, condemned by Pakistani FO

Pakistan on Jerusalem: Pakistan condemned the alarming situation of the Ramadan violence against Muslims in the occupied Palestinian territories. According to a statement by the Pakistani Foreign Office, Pakistan is watching the developments in Palestine with serious concern. Concern was expressed on issues like harassment of people praying, arrests of innocents, and other illegal measures. […]

April 26, 2021

PM Modi says India shaken by the COVID19 ‘storm’

The Storm: India once again set a new global record of most COVID-19 cases in a day, when they recorded 354,531 cases nationwide on the 25th of April. This was the fourth straight day of record peaks. Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged all citizens to get vaccinated and practice extreme caution, as the ‘storm’ of […]

April 26, 2021

Social media floods with images of SOP violations as CIEs begin today

CIEs begin: A levels exams commenced today after a week of protests by students and a court plea, which was dismissed on Friday. The Sindh High Court dismissed the case to cancel exams and it was decided that CIEs would go as scheduled with strict imposition of SOPs. A levels exams have started today, while […]

April 26, 2021

Oscars 2021 conclude, Anthony Hopkins becomes oldest to win Best Actor

The Event: The 93rd academy awards finally happened after being delayed for two months because of the impact of COVID 19. This was the first time that the event was held virtually and in-person. The ceremony took place at two venues in Los Angeles, the Union Station and the Dolby Theatre. Major winners: In films, […]

April 26, 2021

Murad Raas announces opening of schools in Sialkot, while most of Punjab’s districts maintain closure

The announcement: PTI MPA and Health Minister of Punjab, Murad Raas posted an announcement citing the opening of schools in the Sialkot district. He mentioned how Sialkot now had a low infection rate of 3% and mentioned that Sialkot shall follow the schedule of districts without any restrictions. He also urged residents to follow ‘SOPs’.  […]

April 26, 2021

This is what you need to know about the COVID-19 vaccine patent

The Issue: As the world enters the second year of the pandemic, vaccine production is in full swing. Many countries have entered the race of vaccine production, and with kind of mass production, patents follow. A disparity has been seen among first world countries with high percentages of vaccinated population and third world countries that […]

April 24, 2021

India to airlift 23 oxygen generation plants from Germany

What happened: The Indian government has decided to take necessary action to battle the oxygen shortage in the country, and has arranged to airlift 23 oxygen generation plants from Germany. The Indian Defense Ministry has decided to take this step after India experienced a few days of patients dying from oxygen shortage. Capability of plants: […]

April 24, 2021

Faisal Edhi writes letter to PM Modi, offers to help India in battle against COVID-19

The Gesture: Faisal Edhi, head of Pakistan’s largest charitable foundation, the Edhi foundation has penned a letter to Indian PM Narendra Modi offering a fleet of 50 ambulances to help with India’s lethal second wave of COVID-19. Current Situation in India: India has seen a fourth consecutive day of 300,000+ cases, and the death toll […]

April 24, 2021

Doctor performing COVID-19 duties commits suicide due to non-payment

The incident: The devastating news came out of the Kashmore district, where Dr. Qadir Nawaz Jakhrani reportedly committed suicide due to non-payment of salary since 6 months. Dr. Qadir Nawaz Jakhrani was married with three children and the sole breadwinner of his family.  Background: The young doctor had been posted to Kashmore Headquarters Hospital under […]

April 24, 2021

Cambridge exams to go as planned, students’ plea dismissed

The Verdict: The much anticipated decision was finally announced at 4:30 pm in the Sindh High Court, after the Islamabad High Court had already dismissed the students’ pleas. The SHC presented reasons for their judgement stating ‘The holding of in-person exams does not infringe or intrude any fundamental rights of the petitioners’. The SHC further […]

April 23, 2021

Leena Ghani shares traumatizing video of assault, highlights prevalence of patriarchy in public spaces”

What Happened: Leena Ghani, who’s a celebrated artist and one of the volunteers of the Lahore Aurat March was attacked at the Jam-e-shiri park by a man. Leena shared the triggering encounter through video in a Twitter thread. Leena stated that she was in the park with friends in the park, after which a creepy […]

April 23, 2021

Maryam Nawaz shows support for students in cancellation of CIEs

Her statement: Maryam Nawaz, Vice President of the PML-N recently announced her support in the student’s struggle for cancellation of CIEs. She criticized the government through a tweet saying they are unnecessarily putting students in harm’s way, whereas all other countries in the region have cancelled Cambridge exams. She expressed hope that sense prevails and […]

April 23, 2021

Pakistan to transition to 60% clean energy by 2030

The Event: The Leaders Summit is currently underway virtually in Washington, which started on Wednesday. It is being attended by leaders from 40+ countries which include the world’s biggest carbon emission producers. Pakistan’s efforts: Special assistant to the PM on climate change, Malik Amin Aslam claimed that Pakistan is on the course to be running […]

April 23, 2021

Khalid Malik reminds fans that ‘life is still good’ as tweet goes viral

The Tweet: Twitter user @MoosaAbbas23 posted a nostalgic tweet reminiscing about how sweet mornings were listening to renowned radio show host Khalid Malik. His tweet recalled how Khalid’s energy made early mornings to school in the early 2010s fun and joyful, as he quotes ‘life was good’. Khalid’s appreciation: We shared the tweet on our […]

April 23, 2021

Pakistanis demand PM to help neighbors, as #IndiaNeedsOxygen trends

What’s happening: As India battles the brutal third wave of COVID-19, reactions have started pouring out globally on how horrible the situation is and what other countries can do to help. A harrowing video report on the on ground situation by the BBC went viral on Twitter yesterday that showed how close the Indian healthcare […]

April 22, 2021

O/A levels students enraged as decision on exams is delayed further

Decision Day: Sindh High Court hosted oral arguments today, as the decision to take face-face CIE exams was argued after plenty of online and physical protest efforts by students across the country. The students argued that all countries across Saudi Arabia to India have cancelled face to face CIE exams in respect to the dangerous […]

April 22, 2021

Indonesian submarine missing with 53 on board, navy in search pursuit

What Happened: Indonesian navy submarine ‘Nanggala-402’ went missing during a military torpedo drill on Wednesday. Reports suggest that the submarine lost contact with radar after getting authorization to dive into deeper waters. A search operation was launched for the German Vessel as soon as contact was lost.  Current Situation: According to the Indonesian Ministry of […]

April 22, 2021

Russia in plans to leave ISS and build own space station

Russia’s plans: Russia is in plans to breakaway from the International Space Station and build their own, if approved by President Vladimir Putin. According to Roscosmos, Russia is expected to leave the ISS by 2025 with the aim of launching their own space station into orbit by 2030. This could mark a new era for […]

April 22, 2021

India crosses record of 300,000 COVID-19 cases a day

The Situation: A record of 315,802 COVID-19 cases have been recorded in India in the past 24 hours, the highest daily global total. Fatalities were reported to be around 2,104 across the country. The lethal second wave owing to the new Indian variant has been termed as a “super spreader”. According to research, this new […]

April 21, 2021

UHS Lahore announces postponement of postgraduate entry test

What Happened: On Wednesday, the University of Health Sciences (UHS) Lahore announced that they have decided to postpone the postgraduate entry test which was due to be held this week. They added that the primary reason for this was due to internet disruptions across major cities due to the Tehreek-i-Laibbaik (TLP) riots as well as […]

April 21, 2021

Current COVID-19 wave might shut down major cities, warns Asad Umar

The Announcement: Speaking to the media after attending a meeting with the NCOC (National Command and Operations Centre), the Minister for Planning and Development expressed concerns over the trajectory of the dangerous third wave of the novel coronavirus.  Warning from the Minister: Asad Umar shed light on how the current death and positivity rate is […]

April 21, 2021

Female security officers deployed at Makkah’s Grand Mosque for the first time

A Change: For the first time in history, Saudi Arabian regulatory authorities have deployed female security officers within the Haram of Makkah’s Grand Mosque. Pictures of these officers were shared by the Saudi Ministry of Interior on its Twitter page, with the caption,” From the field, Hajj and Umrah security.” Since then, these pictures have […]

April 21, 2021

This is how Pakistani KPOP fans disrupted TLP’s Twitter trend as the nation witnessed mass protests

The Event: On April 19th, Mcdonalds announced a collaboration meal with world-famous KPOP band BTS, and the world as expected went into a meltdown. KPOP fans moreover,BTS fans are known for their extreme energy and fandom in support of  their favourite artists, which can be explained by how there is a KPOP related trend at […]

April 21, 2021

Manisha Rupita becomes first female Hindu DSP in Pakistan

What Happened: 26-year-old Manisha Rupita, who hails from Jacobabad, became the first female, Hindu Deputy Superintendant of Police (DSP) after clearing Sindh Public Service Examination. She was ranked 16th on the merit list among the 152 candidates who appeared for the examination in 2019. The Impact: Her achievement has broken the glass ceiling for women, […]

April 21, 2021

European Super League in ruins overnight

What happened: After the announcement of the European Super League on Sunday, fans and pundits alike amplified their opposition to the tournament on all possible platforms. Many protests emerged outside stadiums across Europe as fans took to the streets to oppose the creation of the tournament. Along with the on-ground response, various government officials also […]

April 21, 2021

Pakistan elected to three key United Nations bodies

The Election: On Tuesday, a session of the 54-member Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) was held to determine which members would become the most recent additions to 3 fundamental UN bodies which are the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, Commission on the Status of Women and the Commission on Population and Development. Pakistan […]

April 21, 2021

No intention of unbanning TLP, says PM Imran Khan

Statement: Prime Minister Imran Khan stated on Tuesday morning that the government had no intention of unbanning the TLP. This statement is followed up hours after the banned party called off its nationwide protests after the government agreed to discuss a resolution in parliament on expelling the French Ambassador. The PM said that the only […]

April 21, 2021

CIE cancellation decision to be announced tomorrow: Jibran Nasir

What Happened: O and A level students from all over the country have been protesting for months to cancel the Cambridge International Examinations set to take place in May and June. Prominent individuals, such as activist Jibran Nasir and musician Asim Azhar, have been frequently vocal regarding the issue. The former helped the movement organise […]

April 21, 2021

Renowned journalist Absar Alam survives assassination attempt

What Happened: On Tuesday, senior journalist Absar Alam was shot in the stomach by an unidentified man while walking outside his home in F-11, Islamabad. “Absar said he was suspicious of the man and this man was running around him, and on the fourth round, the attacker came close to him and shot him at […]

April 21, 2021

Pakistani-Americans hopeful after Derek Chauvin verdict

What Happened: On Tuesday, the long-awaited verdict in the trial of ex-police officer Derek Chauvin was announced. Last year in May, he knelt on 46-year-old George Floyd’s neck for 9 minutes and 29 seconds, leading to his death. Chauvin was found guilty on all three counts he was charged with, and immediately remanded into custody. […]

April 20, 2021

Football world in disarray as clubs announce plans for European Super League

What Happened: On Sunday, 12 European football clubs announced that they will be collaborating to form a new breakaway European Super League (ESL) which would rival the existing Champions League. This move is the biggest shake-up the sport has seen in decades, and the decision has been met with widespread criticism from governments, the Union […]

April 20, 2021

TLP leader Saad Rizvi released from jail

LAHORE: The public relations officer at the Punjab prison department has confirmed that the chief of the recently banned Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP), was released from Kot Lakhpat jail in Lahore a few hours ago. What happened: His release has come on the heels of an announcement by Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid about the government’s decision […]

April 20, 2021

NASA’s helicopter becomes first to fly on another planet

What Happened: On Monday, NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter became the first aircraft to be flown on Mars. The solar-powered helicopter reached an altitude of 10 feet and remained airborne for 31 seconds. The helicopter flew autonomously– the flight was not controlled in real-time. This is the first time NASA has been able to achieve such a […]

April 20, 2021

Citizens rejoice as New Zealand and Australia open travel bubble

What Happened: For the first time since the initial COVID-19 outbreak in march, 2020, some degree of normalcy has returned to international travel. On Monday. Australia and New Zealand finally launched their awaited trans-Tasman travel bubble, which allows passengers to travel between the two states without quarantining. 1800 Australians crossed into New Zealand on the […]

April 20, 2021

This is how Ansar, who had to quit school in grade 9 to work at a cafe in LUMS, went on to become an accountant

What Happened: Ansar Ali worked as a waiter at Zakir Tikka, an eatery on the LUMS campus, 8 years ago. He had always dreamed of being an accountant but had to leave school at an early age to support his family after his father’s death. While working on campus, he was featured in a series […]

April 20, 2021

Actor fraternity demands royalties in new campaign

What Happened: On Sunday, prominent TV and film actors took to social media with the hashtag #GiveRoyaltiesToArtists. Each personality involved posted the same image, which also got the issue trending on Twitter. High profile celebrities such as Mahira Khan, Mansha Pasha and Asad Siddiqui spearheaded the movement. View this post on Instagram A post shared […]

April 20, 2021

UK, Pakistan ban travellers from India amid COVID concerns

India’s Variant: A new strain of COVID-19 has emerged in India, which is highly infectious. Delhi has been locked down for 6 days as infections pass the 15 million mark. This variant is also called the ‘double mutant variant’ and is highly infectious. This is the second wave of COVID in India and has been […]

April 20, 2021

Sheikh Rashid: Resolution to expel French envoy to be presented in NA today

After a round of negotiations, Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid explained in a video message that he will be presenting a resolution for the expulsion of the French envoy in the National Assembly today. What Happened: According to the minister, the government will be presenting a resolution to expel the French envoy in the National Assembly […]

April 19, 2021

TLP releases kidnapped policemen following successful negotiation

LATEST NEWS: PM’s address: Prime Minister Imran Khan has addressed the nation to discuss last week’s events. He proclaimed that while his government and the Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) are aligned in their goal of countering blasphemous activity, their methods differ. He assured the party’s workers that he understood their call, but demonstrated– with historical accounts– […]

April 13, 2021

TLP protests disrupt oxygen supply for Covid-19 patients in critical care

Pakistan is witnessing its second day of protests by the supporters of the Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan who have disrupted traffic in many cities of the country. LATEST NEWS: Police in Shahdara town Lahore have booked senior leaders of TLP on charges of murder and attempt to murder, among others, after its nationwide protests turn violent after the […]

April 9, 2021

37 brigadiers of Pakistan Army promoted to major-general

The ISPR released a statement on Friday, announcing that 37 brigadiers have been promoted to the rank of major-general. What’s interesting: Out of 37, 2 women have been promoted to the rank of major general, Brigadier Qamar Un Nisa Choudhry and Brigadier Shazia Nisar from the Army Medical Corps. The ISPR said: Promotion board from […]

March 30, 2021

Outroar As Minister Uses Influence To Get Family Vaccinated

Federal Minister for Housing Tariq Bashir Cheema of the Pakistan Muslim League – Quaid came under fire on Tuesday after video clips surfaced on social media allegedly showing several of his family members getting vaccinated for the coronavirus. The video clips, that were originally shared on the Instagram account of one of Cheema’s relatives, showed […]

March 30, 2021

Liquor Manufacturing Plant To Be Established In Pakistan By Chinese Company

Hub: A license of permission has been afforded to a Chinese liquor company to construct and establish a manufacturing plant in Pakistan. Sources and reports have emerged to the foreground saying that the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan registered the company named Hui Coastal Brewery and Distillery on April 30, 2020, with Hub, Balochistan […]

March 30, 2021

$800,000 Raised For Family Of Pakistani Immigrant Murdered In Washington, US

Washington: American sympathizers have raised more than $800,000 for the family of a Pakistani immigrant who was ruthlessly carjacked and murdered in the streets of Southeast Washington in the early hours of Tuesday, the 23rd of March, 2021. The family had only asked for a $100,000 as compensation. “Although money will not fill the gaping […]

March 30, 2021

The Lyceum Decides To Go To Court Over Registration Suspension

Karachi: One of Karachi’s most prestigious A-Level schools, The Lyceum School has decided to seek judicial aid in disputing the March 17th suspension of it’s registration by the Sindh Directorate of Inspection and Registration of Private Schools. According to various sources, The Directorate cited violations of Supreme Court orders and failure to comply with directives […]

March 29, 2021

Punjab To Shut Down As Covid-19 Cases Surge

Lahore: In light of the recent surge of Covid-19 cases, the provincial government of Punjab has decided to delve into a semi-lockdown, placing an immediate and complete restriction on weddings, parks and restaurants and reducing daily working hours, effective immediately. The bans were placed in an attempt to halt the spread of the virus. ‘All […]

March 29, 2021

Fears Of Suspension Mount As Pakistan Football HQ Attacked

Karachi: A dark cloud of uncertainty reigned upon the skies in Karachi, as football in Pakistan suffered yet another setback in the shape of an attack on the FIFA- appointed PFF HQ in Karachi, Pakistan. Fans and experts of the sport predict a second suspension for the disgraced national football body. ‘Football fans across the […]

March 29, 2021

Outbreak of Animal Disease In KP Spreads Panic Across Province

Peshawar: The Livestock and Dairy Department has declared an emergency outbreak of various food-and-mouth diseases in cattle, goats and sheep across the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Authorities have declared it a provincial emergency, and have scheduled an extensive vaccination drive to commence in affected districts to curb the spread of the two viral diseases. ‘The […]

March 18, 2021

Prime Minister Imran Khan given Covid-19 vaccination jab

Prime Minister Imran Khan took the coronavirus vaccine on Thursday. During the occasion, Imran Khan appealed to the nation to ensure full implementation of SOPs in view of the third wave of Corona while a nationwide corona vaccination campaign is underway during the third Covid-19 wave.  Premier Khan, 68, himself falls under the senior citizens […]

March 18, 2021

PTI’s Faisal Vawda lashes out at journalist Matiullah Jan

A video of Faisal Vawda started to trend on Pakistani social media on Thursday, where Vawda is seen arguing with the journalist over a question about his American citizenship.  Vawda told Matiullah Jan to stop trying to add sensationalism in his Vlogs whereas the journalist kept repeating his question about the date of leaving his American citizenship which frustrated Faisal […]

March 18, 2021

Smart lockdown imposed on Nine district Central areas

The district Central administration on Wednesday imposed discrete ‘micro’ smart lockdowns in nine areas to curb the spread of third Covid-19 wave.  Areas under smart lockdown: Areas placed under smart lockdown include, Sector 5-F and Sector 5-L in North Karachi, Blocks C, D, K of North Nazimabad and Blocks 12, 14 and 15 in Gulberg.  Deputy […]

March 18, 2021

TRIGGER WARNING: Head, body parts of an unidentified woman found in Rawalpindi

In a bizarre yet disturbing incident, body parts of a woman were found lying in a green area along Leh Nullah in Dhoke Chiragh Din on Wednesday.  Her head was found from a garbage dump around the same area on Tuesday. The woman is yet to be identified. Police, however, released a picture of her head to trace her family.  […]

March 18, 2021

Pakistan’s cellphone imports increased by over 50%

With the burgeoning demand of low-cost cellphones in the market, Pakistan’s cellphone imports grew by 51.5 per cent to $1.311 billion in 8MFY21 as compared to $865m in the same period last year, according to the data released by the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics on Tuesday.  This increase could be credited to Korean and Chinese manufacturers who have […]

March 18, 2021

First batch of Russian coronavirus vaccine arrives in Pakistan

The first batch of privately-imported Russian COVID-19 vaccine, (Sputnik V) comprising of 50,000 doses, arrived at the Jinnah International Airport in Karachi on Wednesday night.  Health department officials said the vaccine will be given to major hospitals and medical institutions.  “I congratulate AGP Limited for receiving the first batch of Sputnik V vaccine comprising 50,000 doses. From now […]

March 18, 2021

Pakistan’s Covid-19 positivity rate jumps to an alarming 7.8%

During the third ongoing wave of Covid-19, Pakistan’s positivity rate has spiked up to 7.8% on Thursday, according to the daily stats released by National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC).  Past 24 hours: 44,377 tests were done, out of which 3,495 new coronavirus cases were reported which takes the number of active coronavirus patients in the […]

March 17, 2021

Here are all the prominent Muslim artists who have been nominated or won an Academy Award

There have been a total of 30 Muslims who have been nominated for an Academy Award until now and we have compiled a list of the most prominent ones which are as follows: Riz Ahmed:  Rizwan Ahmed, of Pakistani origin, also known as Riz MC, is an English actor, musician, and activist. As an actor, he […]

March 17, 2021

Did the University of Lahore couple from viral proposal video tie the knot?

Last week, Video of a young woman proposing to a fellow male student on the premises of University of Lahore went viral on social media causing outrage while landing the duo in trouble when the university administration took notice of the incident and not only expelled the couple but debarred them from entering any of […]

March 17, 2021

Two alleged terrorists planning to assassinate religious and minority leaders arrested from Lahore

Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) have arrested two suspects during an operation in the Lari Adda (General Bus Stand) area of Lahore on Wednesday.  According to CTD sources, the arrested terrorists belonged to a banned organization and were taken into custody.  According to CTD officials, the terrorists, identified as Walayat Khan and Abdul Malik aka Izzatullah, belong to […]

March 17, 2021

Political tension rises as differences emerge within PDM

Due to differences on the issue of resignations from the assemblies, the Pakistan Democratic Movement’s (PDM) long march set to take place on March 26 has been postponed.  JUI-F’s stance: While addressing a press conference after a brief meeting of the PDM in Islamabad, JUI-F chief Fazlur Rehman said the PPP has ‘reservations’ over linking the […]

March 17, 2021

Uber drivers to get minimum wage, paid holidays and pension in the UK

One month after Uber lost a legal battle in the UK that started off in 2016, over drivers’ status, the US firm says it will give its 70,000 drivers in the UK a guaranteed minimum wage, paid holidays and even pensions.  The ride-hailing giant said drivers would earn at least the UK’s minimum Wage, paid to the […]

March 16, 2021

NCOC allows people aged 70 and above to walk into any vaccination centre to get vaccinated against Covid-19

According to an official statement issued following the NCOC meeting on Monday, people were requested to ensure vaccination of senior citizens as most mortality cases were being reported in the old age group.  It was decided to allow people aged 70 years and above, who have registered themselves on the helpline 1166, to walk into any […]

March 16, 2021

Pakistan’s telemedicine startup Sehat Kahani raises $1 million

A Karachi-based telemedicine startup by two female doctors, Sara Saeed Khurram and Iffat Zafar Aga, Sehat Kahani has raised $1 million in a Pre-Series A round, it announced yesterday.  Investors: The investment came from Islamic Development Bank, 10Pearls Ventures, Mentors Fund, Singapore-based Korean Impact Fund, and Impact Investment Exchange. KASB Securities, Din Group, and some angels also joined the round.  […]

March 16, 2021

Manzoor Pashteen, three others booked for treason

Pashtun Tahaffuz Movement (PTM) leader Manzoor Pashteen along with his three friends has been booked under the treason charge for allegedly raising slogans against the country and its institutions.  The incident: The FIR was lodged with the local police after a firing exchange that took place on the Hazara Motorway’s toll plaza in Sheikh Abad area on March 13 […]

March 16, 2021

Sindh’s Literature Festival’s session on Balochistan cancelled hours before schedule

A session on Balochistan called “Balochistan Ek Mukalima” (Balochistan: A Dialogue) was set to take place on the third day of the fourth edition of Sindh Literature Festival, was cancelled just hours before and the auditorium shut.  Reason for cancellation: The organizers claimed that the cancellation of the session was due to the absence of Zahoor Buledi, Yousuf Mustikhan and other participants.  […]

March 16, 2021

The world’s first eco-friendly aircraft engine is designed by a Pakistan female scientist; here’s what you need to know

Dr. Sarah Qureshi has designed the world’s first eco-friendly aircraft engine which is currently under development. It runs via an idiosyncratic pressure-based condensation system that will help in cooling the water vapors in the airplane exhaust. The water will be on the airplane and can also be released as rain if required.  Who is She?: Qureshi is the founder […]

March 16, 2021

Who is this Islamic cleric and why was he attacked again?

Popular Islamic cleric Engineer Muhammad Ali Mirza survived an assassination attempt at a religious academy in Jhelum on Monday.  A suspect who allegedly attacked Mirza with a sharp-edged weapon on Sunday afternoon was taken into custody and a case was registered against him.  Previous attack: It may be recalled that there has been another assassination attempt […]

March 16, 2021

Rupee reached 13-month high against US dollar

The Pakistani rupee hit over a 13-month high at Rs156.99 against the US dollar in the inter-bank market on Monday, as flow of foreign currencies remained high compared to outflows.  The inflows have kept the country’s foreign currency reserves stable at over a year high of $13 billion and strengthened country’s capacity to make international payments mainly on import and foreign […]

March 16, 2021

Malik Riaz’s nephew orders his guards to open fire on General Secretary Kennel Club Pakistan

Last month a video of Pakistan’s renowned real estate tycoon Malik Riaz’s nephew Nasir Malik went viral on social media where Malik is seen ordering his guards to open fire on General Secretary of Kennel Club Pakistan (KCP) after losing a dog show at Race course (Jilani Park).  Pressure on Law Enforcement: The FIR of the […]

March 13, 2021

Illegal cigarettes worth 40 million seized near Islamabad

The Federal Bureau of Revenue seized a massive stock of cigarettes after intercepting two vehicles at the Burhan Motorway Interchange. Over 6,000,000 sticks of local brands of illegal cigarettes valued over Rs 40 million were recovered from the vehicles.  What you need to know: The action was taken after chairman FBR ordered the Directorate General of Intelligence and […]

March 13, 2021

This is what you need to know about the defamation campaign against Aurat March

Aurat March has been subjected to online propaganda. A number of doctored videos and images have been doing the rounds on social media framing the Aurat Marchers as blasphemers, over 200 journalists and activists have said in a statement.  “We strongly condemn the deliberate, irresponsible, and malicious circulation of falsely captioned videos and media from the Aurat Marches.”, they said.  The doctored […]

March 13, 2021

93% Pakistanis in favor of keeping schools open, Gallup Pakistan

Most Pakistanis (93%) are in favor of keeping schools open as they believe that children are lagging in education, according to a survey conducted by Gallup & Gilani Pakistan.  Gallup Pakistan took a nationally representative sample of adult men and women from across the four provinces asking them all the same question that, “Just recently, the government […]

March 13, 2021

China’s fourth aircraft carrier likely to be nuclear powered

China is working on its fourth aircraft carrier and it is “likely to be nuclear powered”, a new report revealed on Saturday, citing sources close to the People’s Liberation Army.  Delays: After a two-year delay because of technical problems, construction work on the vessel resumed earlier this year, the South China Morning Post reported in January, citing a […]

March 13, 2021

Fresh Covid-19 restrictions imposed in Islamabad

The capital’s administration has made it mandatory for residents to wear face masks at all times in public spaces due to rising number of coronavirus cases. What happened: The decision was taken after coronavirus cases in the city rose dramatically. Islamabad has reported 47,365 so far.  Deputy Commissioner Muhammad Hamza Shafqat has imposed Section 144 of the Code […]

March 13, 2021

University of Lahore expels students after proposal video goes viral

Video of a young woman proposing to a fellow male student on the premises of University of Lahore went viral on social media causing outrage while landing the duo in hot water.  What happened: In the video, the girl can be seen on her knees, offering a bouquet of flowers to her male counterpart who […]

March 12, 2021

Opposition claims spy cameras were set up at polling booth amidst senate election

The already controversial Senate election became even more contentious when ‘spy’ cameras were found in the polling booth ahead of voting for the chairman and deputy chairman slots.  What the Opposition said: The Opposition led by Pakistan Peoples Party’s Raza Rabbani on Friday claimed that “spy cameras” have been installed in the polling booths set for […]

March 12, 2021

TikTok banned again over ‘immoral content’ in Pakistan

The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority has ordered the internet service providers to straight away block access to TikTok, the popular video-sharing platform, on the directions of Peshawar High Court.  What the PTA said: “In respectful compliance to the orders of the Peshawar High Court, PTA has issued directions to the service providers to immediately block access to the TikTok App,” […]

March 6, 2021

Protestors in Myanmar hit with tear gas and stun grenades; U.N envoy calls for action

On Saturday, Myanmar security forces used tear gas and stun grenades to break up a protest in Yangon, hours after a United Nations special envoy called on the Security Council to take action against the ruling junta for the killings of protesters. ‘More than 50 protesters have been killed since the coup, with at least […]

February 27, 2021

Pakistani-British man arrested for illegally hunting Urial and posting barbaric videos on social media

What happened? Wildlife and Parks Department Punjab arrested a Pakistani-British man, Sheikh Asghar for being involved in illegal hunting vulnerable animal Urial and then posting his barbaric videos on social media in Chakwal. https://www.facebook.com/savethefrancolins/posts/752908272018708 What you should know Upon receiving multiple complaints, Deputy Director, Wildlife Salt Range, Asim Bashir Cheema, and Deputy Commissioner Chakwal, Bilal […]

February 27, 2021

#BoycottSpiderman trends as Indians cancel the wrong Tom Holland

India Twitteratis attack Spiderman star Tom Holland confusing him with the British author and cricketer of the same name. The feud started after the author Tom Holland tweeted about Indian Prime Minister Modi, which fueled anger among Indians. Mr. Holland was referring to the Motera, Ahmedabad, located facility that can seat up to 132,000 people, […]

February 27, 2021

Saudi crown prince approved Khashoggi murder: US

What happened US intelligence agencies disclosed in a newly declassified intelligence report that Saudi crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, approved the 2018 murder of the Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi. “We assess that Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman approved an operation in Istanbul, Turkey to capture or kill Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi,” the report’s […]

February 26, 2021

$1.1 billion loan agreement signed with ITFC: PM Imran Khan

What happened? On Friday Prime Minister Imran Khan announced that Pakistan has signed a $1.1 billion loan agreement with International Islamic Trade Finance Corporation (ITFC). What you should know State-owned Pakistan State Oil, Pak-Arab Refinery, and Pakistan LNG will utilize the funds to import crude oil, refined petroleum products, and LNG during 2021, the government […]

February 25, 2021

Pakistan Navy seizes $2.2bn worth of drugs in a joint operation with ANF

What happened The Pakistan Navy has seized narcotics worth approximately Rs2.2 billion near Pishukan coast, Balochistan, in an intelligence-based joint operation with Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF). The spokesperson of the Pakistan Navy posted the news on the official handle. The seized drugs weighed almost 700 kilograms and have been handed over to Anti-Narcotics Force for further […]

February 25, 2021

Pakistan decides to open schools 5 days a week and the students are NOT happy: here are all the memes

What happened? On Thursday, Federal Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood via a Tweet announced that all schools will conduct regular five-day classes from March 1, Monday. The students’ reaction Following the announcement, several students responded with what they do best, memes. Earlier Previously, the National Command Operation Centre (NCOC) announced to relax some of the coronavirus […]

February 24, 2021

Arizona man fakes his own kidnapping to skip work

What happened? Brandon Soules, 19, pleaded guilty at a February 18 sentencing hearing for falsely reporting that he was kidnapped in order to avoid going to work. He was ordered to pay a $550 fine. What you need to know Coolidge police said they responded to a call at about 5:25 p.m. on February 10 […]

February 24, 2021

Beijing divorce court orders man to compensate wife $7,700 for 5 years of housework

What Happened? In a landmark ruling under China’s new civil code, a Beijing court has ordered a man to pay his divorce-seeking wife thousands of dollars in compensation for shouldering five years’ worth of household chores. The case has sparked heated discussion online. The ruling was made according to the new civil code in the […]

February 24, 2021

GB government to open mountaineering school as a tribute to Muhammad Ali Sadpara

On Tuesday, the Gilgit-Baltistan cabinet approved the plan to establish the Ali Sadpara Mountaineering School in memory of the country’s greatest climber. GB government spokesperson Ali Taj said that Ali Sadpara’s son Sajid will be employed in the school that will be set up in his memory. Gilgit Baltistan Chief Minister Khalid Khurshid Khan announced […]

February 23, 2021

Pakistan will host World Environment Day this year

What happened To mark the launch of the United Nations Decade on Ecosystem Restoration 2021-2030, the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) was informed that Pakistan will host World Environment Day this year. At the ceremony, environmental issues being faced by Pakistan and the initiatives taken to alleviate them will be highlighted. Everything you need to know […]

February 23, 2021

Meezan Bank suspends Mummy Club’s account for being ‘un-Islamic’

What happened? Meezan Bank Limited deactivated the account of an online community for mothers, The Mummy Club, claiming it isn’t ‘Shariah-compliant’. What you should know Stylist and influencer Manahyl Khan Shafi started The Mummy Club in 2018 with the aim of helping mothers without any influence of race, culture, or religion. The club currently has […]

February 22, 2021

Pakistan Medical Commission creates fund that offers loans and grants to students

What happened? Following protests and criticism by politicians and the medical fraternity, the Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) has taken some important decisions, claiming they are in the best interest of the public, students, and health professionals. Everything you need to know about the fund For the first time in history, a fund of Rs250 million […]

February 22, 2021

Hafizabad woman hires hitman to kill best friend over breaking vow to never marry

What Happened A woman in Punjab’s Hafizabad hired a contracted killer to kill her best friend. The hired killers attacked the girl on the orders of her friend and inflicted serious injuries to her during the murder attempt. The injured woman is currently in critical condition. What was the reason? The girls from Jalalpur area […]

February 20, 2021

JUI-F’s Salahuddin Ayubi marries 14-year-old from Chitral

What happened? According to sources, a member of the National Assembly (MNA) Maulana Salahuddin Ayubi married a 14-year old Chitrali girl. MNA Ayubi was elected in the National Assembly from constituency NA-263 (Kila Abdullah) as a leader of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F). What you should know The police in northwestern Khyber Pahtunkhwa are investigating a complaint against Ayubi after it received an application from an […]

February 20, 2021

PML-N supporter brings lion cub to Wazirabad rally, violating wildlife act

What happened Many from across Pakistan gathered at Wazirabad’s Katcheri Road for a rally in support of PML-N which was to be addressed by Maryam Nawaz, the party vice-president. During the rally, one of the supporters announced that people will be able to meet a real lion. He then proceeded to take out a lion […]

February 19, 2021

Endangered leopard found dead near Haripur’s Margalla Hills

What happened? On February 16th, a common leopard that is a critically endangered species in Pakistan was found dead in Haripur’s Margalla Hills near Khanpur confirmed the Islamabad Wildlife Management Board. An autopsy report by Civil Veterinary Hospital Khanpur suggests that the death may have occurred due to sudden cardiac arrest or some other natural cause. What […]

February 19, 2021

Fire erupts in Ghotki’s Sufi Anwer Shah Safari Park

What happened On Wednesday night, over 1.5 acres of land in the Sufi Anwer Shah Safari Park in Ghotki has been reduced to ashes following a fire that erupted in the wild grass, said the Sindh Wildlife Department. What you should know Sufi Anwer Shah Safari Park spreads over 2,400 acres and was established in […]

February 19, 2021

Rape victims will now have to pay Rs. 25,000 for medical examination in KP

What happened? According to The Forensic Department of Khyber Medical College University’s new proposal, a set of charges has been laid out for its forensic services. The proposed plan suggests that the medical examination of sexual assault victims will now cost Rs25,000 and the charges for autopsy will be Rs5,000 for the local residents of […]

February 18, 2021

Karachi and Lahore airports to get ‘bird repellent’ systems

As a step to avert bird strikes, The Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA) has decided to install the acoustic bird repellent system at the country’s airports to ensure flight safety. According to PCAA officials, the system will be installed mainly at Karachi and Lahore airports. The PCAA has also contacted several well-reputed firms and individuals […]

February 18, 2021

A ‘Cosmetics Control Bill 2021’ will soon be presented before PA

What happened On Thursday, Punjab Law Minister Raja Basharat announced that a Cosmetics Control Bill 2021 will soon be presented before the provincial assembly in order to ensure strict action against the sub-standard cosmetic manufacturers and sellers across the province, reported ARY news.  The expected bill will help the authorities to ban hazardous cosmetic items, […]

February 18, 2021

Wondering why the internet is so slow this week?

What happened? Internet services across Pakistan have been disrupted due to a fault developed in the submarine cable system near Abu Talat, Egypt. What you should know The Trans World Associates (TWA) communicated the service deterioration on the international connectivity towards Europe on the SMW5 cable system due to a subsea fault in the cable […]

February 18, 2021

14-year old kills mother for ‘taking away her phone’

What happened? On Wednesday, a teenage girl murdered her mother after she took away her cellphone in a central district of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, the police reported. The crime took place in the Kotha village of Swabi district. The deceased mother had scolded her daughter after finding out about her relationship with her cousin and had confiscated her […]

February 17, 2021

Why are Indian cannabis dealers switching over to selling hash oil?

A recent report published by Vice Media states dealers in India are switching from selling cannabis to dealing in hash oil. Inside the story: In the past year, law enforcement agencies in India have been cracking down on cannabis dealers, especially in the state of Andhra Pradesh which has emerged as the country’s new cannabis […]

February 17, 2021

Police find remains in oven after bakery owner killed labourer in Haripur

What happened? On Tuesday, the police recovered the burnt body of a missing 40-year-old labourer from the oven of a bakery in Khalabat Township. The victim’s remains were recovered from a kiln while the bakery owner Malik Safeer was arrested and taken into police custody. What you need to know The man, identified Syed Jan […]

February 17, 2021

PM Imran Khan to introduce climate change courses in schools

What happened Talking to the media at the inauguration ceremony of the spring plantation drive in Islamabad, Prime Minister Imran Khan urged that global warming and greenhouse gas emissions pose huge threats to the country. “Unfortunately, Pakistan is among the top 10 countries at threat from climate change.” What you should know He also addressed […]

February 17, 2021

Hospital gives woman only one baby although she claims to deliver ‘twins’

What happened On Tuesday a newborn baby reportedly went missing from Karachi’s largest public hospital Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JPMC), ARY News reported. The details suggest that the infant went missing from JPMC Karachi after the woman reportedly gave birth to twins. The father of the newly born infant has blamed doctors of JMPC for […]

February 16, 2021

Pakistani fintech Safepay strikes 7-figure (USD) deal with Stripe

What happened Karachi-based fintech Safepay received venture capital funding from the global financial technology platform Stripe. The startup didn’t reveal the exact size of the deal but mentioned to MenaBytes that it’s a seven-figure (USD) amount alongside the participation of other local and international investors. The round also includes Berlin-based Global Founders Capital (which invested last […]

February 16, 2021

Bykea rider threatens to kill and rape journalist allegedly

What happened Journalist Zebunnisa Burki shared her experience in a tweet on Sunday, “Hello @bykeapk one of your riders just threatened to rape and kill me. Wondering if your complaint chat box actually works because I haven’t received any response yet.” What you should know Soon after the tweet gained traction, Bykea shortly replied to […]

February 16, 2021

Pakistani climber conquers Africa’s highest peak in less than 24 hours

Who is the climber? On Tuesday, 23-year-old Asad Ali Memon became the first Asian to scale Mount Kilimanjaro, which is the highest mountain(5,895 metre) in Africa, in less than 24 hours. He achieved this feat within 20 hours. Memon reached the Mweka gate (finish point) at midnight after climbing the Uhuru peak of Mount Kilimanjaro […]

February 16, 2021

Lahore woman arrested for smuggling drugs via son’s school bags

What happened On Monday, police arrested a woman along with a rickshaw driver caught smuggling drugs via school bags of children in Lahore. What you need to know The police announced that the mother of two minors used the schoolbags to trade around 9 kilograms of drugs while the minors belong in grades one and […]

February 15, 2021

Pakistani student makes history topping ACCA exams worldwide

What happened Zara Naeem Dar, a student from Lahore has been declared the global prize-winner by Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). Dar scored the highest marks in the Financial Reporting exam which was conducted in December 2020. What you need to know Dar has created history by setting a world record in the ACCA […]

February 15, 2021

Citizens over the age of 65 can now register for the coronavirus vaccine

Monday: Head of the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) Asad Umar announced that the government has opened up registrations for citizens over the age of 65 to obtain the coronavirus vaccine. “Pleased to announce that registration for getting COVID vaccine is now open for all citizens 65 and above,” said the minister who is […]

February 15, 2021

Pakistani doctor’s book listed as ‘Best Ophthalmology Books Of All Time

Tell me about the book The book titled “Optics Made Easy; The Last review of Clinical Optics” is also one of the three best sellers on Amazon. The book is written for ophthalmology students as a last-minute revision tool. All you need to know about Dr. Zubaida Sirang Dr. Zubaida Sirang is from Yarkhun, Chitral, […]

February 15, 2021

In the past 13 months, over 125 women committed suicide in Thar: report

What was the workshop about? In a workshop organized in Mithi where psychologists, civil society members, and NGO’s took part, the causes and problems relating to the rising trend of women forced to take their own lives in the Tharparkar district were discussed. One of the participants of the workshop shared that more than 100 […]

February 15, 2021

Kasur woman gives birth in public hospital’s toilet

What happened? On Sunday, a woman in Chunian Tehsil Headquarters Hospital, Lahore delivered a baby in the toilet of the hospital. The family of the woman has accused the gynecologist of negligence. What you need to know Qurban Ali who is a relative of the woman reported that the pregnant woman admitted to the THQ […]

February 12, 2021

Parents in Mansehra concerned over multiple incidents of drivers harassing students in school vans

The headline: Traffic police in Mansehra district of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa has banned female students and women from sitting in the front seat of school vans. Inside the story: Parents in Mansehra are facing an unusual issue while sending their children to school. According to Express News, there have been multiple complaints by parents that school van […]

February 12, 2021

Ahmedi doctor gunned down by 16-year old in KPK

What happened? Abdul Qadir, 65, a resident of Bazid Khel village was gunned down at the entrance to his homoeopathic clinic in the outskirts of Peshawar, on Thursday afternoon. “Upon hearing the doorbell of the clinic, [Qadir] opened its door and was shot at the doorstep by the culprit,” said Saleemuddin. “Mr. Qadir was taken […]

February 12, 2021

4 soldiers martyred in terrorist attack at army check post: South Waziristan

What happened? Four soldiers were martyred after terrorists opened fire on a security forces post in Makeen, South Waziristan, late Thursday night, the military’s media affairs wing reported on Friday. The martyred officials identified as Lance Naik Imran Ali, Sepoy Atif Jahangir, Sepoy Aneesur Rehman, and Sepoy Aziz. What you need to know A statement […]

February 12, 2021

Inside Australia’s world without ‘Google’

What happened? In Australia, the tech giant, Google is threatening to unplug its homepage in a standoff with the government. Earlier In December, the government introduced “world-first” legislation which forced tech giants to pay local news outlets for featuring and linking to their stories. Google refused, warning that the proposed news media bargaining code would […]

February 12, 2021

Supreme Court prohibits Justice Qazi Faez Isa from hearing cases involving PM Imran Khan

What happened On Thursday the Supreme Court ruled that Justice Qazi Faez Isa should not hear cases involving Prime Minister Imran Khan as he has filed a petition against the premier in his personal capacity What you need to know A five-judge bench of the Supreme Court headed by the CJP and including Justice Mushir Alam, […]

February 11, 2021

3 Indian climbers banned by Nepal for faking the Mount Everest summit

What happened Nepal revoked the Everest summit certificates of two Indian climbers for faking the 2016 ascent, and banned them along with their team leader from mountaineering in the country for the next six years, officials reported. What you need to know Narender Singh Yadav and Seema Rani Goswami claimed they reached the top of […]

February 11, 2021

Will Turkish actress Esra Bilgic be working with Peshawar Zalmi?

Peshawar Zalmi owner Javed Afridi and Ertugrul actress Esra Bilgic hinted at the start of “new beginnings” on Wednesday, with just over a week left for the Pakistan Super League to commence.  Afridi tweeted “NEW BEGINNINGS” late Wednesday and tagged the Turkish actor who is beloved in Pakistan for her role as Halima Sultan in […]

February 11, 2021

Porsche Pakistan CEO booked for allegedly defrauding clients

What Happened According to a report by Dawn media, atleast 15 FIRs have been lodged against the Porsche Centre Lahore Performance Automotive Pvt Ltd owner Syed Abuzar Bokhari for allegedly defrauding clients. A senior representative of the police stated Mr. Bokhari allegedly took RS. 50 million from clients as advance payments to buy new Porsche […]

February 10, 2021

‘5G services to be launched in Pakistan in December 2022’

Federal Minister for IT and Telecommunication Syed Aminul Haque announced that 5G services will be initiated in Pakistan in December 2022. He elaborated that the IT ministry is working with the prime minister to launch 5G services in the country. It is the IT ministry’s vision that every Pakistani should have a smartphone, the minister […]

February 10, 2021

Iranian cleric claims ‘COVID-19 vaccine turns people gay’

An Iranian cleric, Ayatollah Abbas Tabrizian famous for his dissent towards western medicine, posted that interacting with people who receive the Covid-19 vaccine will turn one homosexual. Posting on social media platform Telegram on Tuesday, he wrote “Don’t go near those who have had the COVID vaccine. They have become homosexuals.” As per Iranian law, […]

February 10, 2021

2 trans persons gunned down in Gujranwala

Gujranwala: at least two trans persons were shot dead on Tuesday after unknown attackers barged into their residence and mercilessly killed both. The crime took place in the Ladhe Wala Waraich area of Gujranwala. The police reported that the attackers rushed into trans-community lodges and opened fire as a result of which two of them died […]

February 10, 2021

“I’m here, live, I’m not a cat” lawyer accidentally appears as a cat in ZOOM court case

In a live stream of a virtual court proceeding, a Texas lawyer accidentally left a kitten filter on and was unable to change it, eventually responding to a judge’s query about why he was being addressed by a digital feline by saying: “I’m here live. I am not a cat.” The mishap on Tuesday was posted by […]

February 10, 2021

2,000 government employees protest at Islamabad’s D-Chowk

What happened At least 2,000 people gathered at D-Chowk and planned to march towards the Parliament House, Wednesday. The protesters demand the federal and provincial governments increase their salaries and pensions. The government officers have been chanting anti-government slogans and have blocked the road. What you need to know The Islamabad police fired tear gas […]

February 10, 2021

Supreme Court commutes death sentence of mentally ill prisoners

What happened On Wednesday, the Supreme Court commuted the death sentence handed down to two mentally sick prisoners, Kanizan Bibi and Imdad Ali to life imprisonment in Lahore. The court issued directives for the authorities concerned to shift the prisoners to a mental health facility. What you need to know The court also called for […]

February 9, 2021

This teen woke-up from a coma with no clue of the pandemic

What Happened Joseph Flavill, a 19-year old British teenager woke-up from a coma after almost a year with no knowledge of the coronavirus pandemic. Flavill suffered a traumatic brain injury when he was hit by a car in English town Burton-on-Trent on March 1st, 2020, three weeks before the first lockdown and remained in hospital […]

February 8, 2021

Kushan-era Buddhist site discovered in Swat

What happened Archeologists discovered a large Buddhist complex in the Najigram area of Swat district of KPK province dating back to the Kushan era which believed to be an important archeological finding. Archaeologists consider it to be the largest complex of its kind found so far in the region and is estimated to be at […]

February 6, 2021

Jirga bans women from calling radio and collecting bonus for giving birth

What happened A jirga in Bajaur’s Wara Mamund district has banned the women of the area from calling the radio and visiting the Sada-e-Aman Centre, where women are given cash for giving birth. Upon the jirga’s decision an Rs10,000 fine will be imposed on the violators. What are the decisions? The members issued a written […]

February 6, 2021

Karachi: Koel Cafe shut down by Sindh Food Authority

The Sindh Food Authority has closed the kitchen and suspended food operations of Koel Café in Karachi over unhygienic conditions, along with an imposed fine of Rs345,000 on Koel Café, The Valley, and Newbury Café. The cafes issued “improvement lists” as well. Koel Café owner Rasikh Ismail appreciated the work of the SFA. “This restaurant […]

February 6, 2021

International Criminal Court to investigate alleged war crimes in Palestine despite Israeli objections

What Happened? On Friday, the International Criminal Court (ICC) announced that it has jurisdiction in Palestine, clearing its chief prosecutor to investigate alleged atrocities despite intense Israeli objections. Fatou Bensouda, the ICC chief prosecutor, previously announced she intends to open a formal inquiry into alleged war crimes in the occupied West Bank, East Jerusalem, and the […]

February 5, 2021

This railway station in Attock has everything but trains

Located in the Pind Sultani village of Attock district, this meeting place is designed exactly like a railway station which has been built and design by a software engineer, Ateequr Rehman. Rehman wanted a place to hang out with his friends, it has now become a recreational spot for the villagers, where they read books […]

February 5, 2021

Pet dog shot dead by DHA police in Karachi

Karachi: In a video posted on Instagram, Mehak Taherani spoke about the incident where her 6-month-old dog named Kobe was shot dead by DHA police. In the video, Taherani alleged that the society guards informed the police that the dog was a house pet, however, they still shot her about three times. She also mentioned […]

February 5, 2021

Maid tortured to death by employers in Lahore

What Happened? A 12-year-old child who was found dead at a house in Lahore’s Iqbal Town was tortured to death, the police reported on Thursday. On January 30, the victim’s father registered a complaint alleging that his daughter who was employed as a maid, was killed and raped by her employers. What You Need To […]

February 5, 2021

Video of singer Bilal Saeed assaulting a couple goes viral

What Happened? A recent video of celebrity singer Bilal Saeed circulated on social media a couple of days back where he is seen punching and slapping a man and a woman while being surrounded by the Dolphin Force in Lahore. The video is reportedly taken by the singer’s neighbours. What’s the back story? Reportedly this […]

February 4, 2021

Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam member says ‘minorities already enjoy unprecedented religious freedom’ upon rejecting Minorities Protection Bill

In a meeting on 2 February, the standing committee on religious affairs and interfaith harmony turned down the Protection of the Rights of Religious Minorities Bill ( seeking protection for Pakistan’s minorities against religiously motivated violence), claiming that minorities enjoy complete religious freedom in the country. The committee was chaired by Senator Maulana Abdul Ghafoor […]

February 4, 2021

This device will charge your phone through air

What is this device? Chinese device-maker Xiaomi published a YouTube video where it revealed its “Mi Air Charge Technology” that is in development, showing off some vague details about its upcoming long-range wireless power system. This innovation from the global tech name will allow its users to remotely charge electronic devices without any cables or […]

February 3, 2021

Women in China’s “re-education” camps for Uighurs report of systematic rape

In an interview with BBC, Tursunay Ziawudun who spent nine months inside China’s network of internment camps reported sexual abuse. She alleges: ‘The men always wore masks even though there was no pandemic then. They wore suits, not police uniforms. Sometime after midnight, they came to the cells to select the women they wanted and […]

February 3, 2021

Imam murdered by wife in Lahore

The Lahore police arrested the wife of the Qari Asif Yousufi, Imam of a mosque who was murdered inside his house by Alishba(his wife) in Shalimar’s Multani Colony on January 27. The woman smashed a brick on the back of the victim’s head leaving him unconscious. “After this, the other two suspects in the case […]

February 3, 2021

Woman tortured to death by in-laws for not ‘giving birth to a son’

Lahore: Saba, aged 30, died of severe torture wounds on parts of her body, distinctively on the neck, according to a report. The deceased was the mother of two minor daughters and was allegedly tortured to death by her in-laws in the Gujjarpura area ‘for not giving birth to a baby boy’. The police drafted […]

February 2, 2021

Girl shoots friends and dies by suicide after family prohibits meeting in Faisalabad

A girl shot her friends, leaving one dead and the other injured, in Faisalabad’s Sahianwala area police, reported on Monday. A few days back, Muqaddas and Shazia’s family prohibited said girl from coming to their house after which she got angry at her friends. She opened fire at her friends and then consumed several poisonous […]

February 2, 2021

This Allama Iqbal statue has become the subject of several memes on Twitter

A large sculpture of national poet Allama Mohammad Iqbal was installed at Lahore’s Gulshan-e-Iqbal Park, which has caught the eye of many and has become the subject of several memes quickly. A social media user posted a picture of the oversized bust with a caption criticizing its artistic accuracy.  The post went viral in a […]

February 1, 2021

Sindh set to initiate first phase of COVID-19 vaccination drive from February 3

Monday: The Sindh government announced that the first phase of the coronavirus vaccination drive in the province will begin from February 3. Sindh Health Minister Dr Azra Pechuho said that in the first phase frontline workers, from private and public medical facilities, would be vaccinated. Sinopharm’s coronavirus vaccine is 90% effective against the virus, Dr. Pechuho […]

February 1, 2021

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa becomes the first province to provide universal healthcare

What is the Sehat Sahulat card? On Sunday Khyber Pakhtunkhwa initiated its universal health insurance program called the Sehat Sahulat card. The first phase of the program covered Chitral, Upper Dir, Lower Dir, Malakand, Swat, and Shangla districts, while the second phase was extended to Abbottabad, Mansehra, Battagram, Torghar, and Kohistan districts. The third phase […]

January 29, 2021

Christian nurse attacked by mob after being accused of blasphemy

In a recent video circulating on social media, a woman is seen being attacked by an angry mob. A Christian nurse and gospel singer at Sohraj hospital in Karachi was beaten up by a mob of women who accused her of committing blasphemy. In the video, a man is also heard shouting that the nurse […]

January 29, 2021

Students continue to protest nationwide against on-campus exams

What’s Happening University students continue to protest against the decision to conduct ‘on-campus’ exams and demand online exams. “When we were taught online, our papers should also be conducted online,” urge the students. Repercussions Student unions have reported the disappearance of four students of University of Central Punjab(UCP), Lahore after a clash with law enforcement […]

January 28, 2021

Indian Muslim comedian jailed for jokes he was ‘going to’ make

What Happened Muslim comedian Munawar Faruqui is being charged under Section 295A of India’s penal code, which prohibits “deliberate and malicious acts, intended to outrage religious feelings of any class by insulting its religion or religious beliefs.” Faruqui was arrested after a group of Hindu nationalists called Hind Rakshak Sangathan rushed his show at the Monroe […]

January 27, 2021

5 injured, 1 in critical condition and 500 booked for vandalism in students’ protest against online exams

“When we were taught online, our papers should also be conducted online,” demand students. Many private university students were injured after clashing with security guards during demonstrations against in-person examinations. The students have been protesting against physical exams as classes were held virtually and so should the exams. Students gathered outside a university located at […]

January 27, 2021

Indian court rules groping without removing clothes as ‘not sexual assault’

Bombay High Court acquitted a 39-year-old man charged with groping a 12-year-old girl since there was “no skin-on-skin contact,” and ruled that groping a child through their clothing does not constitute as sexual assault. Outrage drew across the country as frustrating campaigners battled to address widespread sexual abuse against women and children. According to court […]

January 26, 2021

Rehan Azmi, ‘Guinness World Record’ holder poet passes away at 63

Dr Rehan Azmi, a world-renown poet of mourning literature, passed away in Karachi at the age of 63. His family reported he’d been ill for a long time and was admitted to a private hospital in Karachi where his condition remained critical till he passed away. He was born in 1958 in Karachi, Sindh. His […]

January 26, 2021

Ronaldo rejects $6m-a-year deal to promote Saudi Arabian tourism allegedly due to human rights violations in Yemen

Footballer Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly turned down a multi-million-dollar opportunity to become the face of Saudi Arabian tourism. The deal was reported to be worth $6m per year and understood to have included Ronaldo’s image being used on all promotional material and his making visits to the country, according to the Telegraph.  People on social media also suspect that […]

January 25, 2021

The Sister2Sister exchange program enables Pakistani female students to study in the US

“The programme will work towards developing mentorship and connecting young Pakistani women to academic and professional networks for educational and career advancement” The Society for International Education, funded by the US Department of State, has opened applications for the selection process of the Sister2Sister Exchange Programme 2021. The website states that the programme “plans to […]

January 23, 2021

Six-day snowboarding championship kicks off in Malam Jabba

What you need to know Pakistan International Snowboarding Championship and Festival commenced at the Malam Jabba tourist resort in Swat valley on Friday. Over 44 national and international players, including four women players from Europe, Afghanistan and Pakistan, are participating in the event. The competition is organized by Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Culture and Tourism Authority (KP-CTA) […]

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January 23, 2021

Abdul Qavi stripped of “Mufti” title

What Happened In a press conference on Friday, 22 January, Mufti Qavi’s uncle Abdul Wahid Nadeem stated that different people have used Abdul Qavi over the years for media attention. “We are from a respected family involved in religious teaching through Darul Uloom Obaidia in Multan. We are doing the sacred task without any sectarian […]

January 21, 2021

Ali Zafar supporters bash Iffat Omar while recording statement at court

What happened: On Tuesday 19 January, actress Iffat Omar was called in as a character witness to record her statement in the Meesha Shafi vs Ali Zafar defamation case. A video shows Iffat getting followed by a mob of Zafar’s supporters as she was present at the court, the mob urged her to ‘stop lying’ […]

January 20, 2021

Nationwide protests and sit-ins were organized as students demand online exams

After the education ministry of Pakistan announced the reopening of higher education institutions on February 1st, several protests have been organized all over the country against on-campus examinations amid the surge in coronavirus cases. On Monday, 18 January a large number of students of the National University of Modern Languages (NUML) staged a protest against […]

January 20, 2021

Diplomat replaced by General Bilal Akbar as Pakistan’s ambassador to Saudi Arabia

What happened: Lt-Gen (retired) Bilal Akbar has been appointed as Pakistan’s Ambassador to Saudi Arabia replacing a career diplomat, Raja Ali Ejaz who is retiring from service in May. Raza Ali Ejaz has been the ambassador in Riyadh since January 2019. What we know: Gen Akbar retired from the army in December last year. His […]

January 16, 2021

Naeem Bukhari removed as PTV chairman as per IHC order

What Happened: The federal cabinet took the decision to remove Bukhari as chairman PTV as per IHC court order, resuming Aamer Manzoor as the managing director who was earlier eliminated by the firms’ board of directors on 1st January 2021. Earlier Developments: Previously, Bokhari was called before the National Assembly’s committee to Information and Broadcasting […]

January 14, 2021

This Jinn story has gone viral on Twitter

After the nationwide power eclipse left many in darkness, a new trend birthed on Twitter of Jinn stories. Although the trend is not so new since Jinn encounters do serve to be the epitome of Pakistani culture and have been grasping attention since the mid-night radio shows dedicated to them.  Visual artist and screenwriter Kayhan […]

January 13, 2021

What is Broadsheet and what is PM Imran Khan saying about it?

Broadsheet and Pakistan Broadsheet LLC is a UK asset recovery firm that Pakistan hired about 20 years ago to investigate and recover UK-based assets of Pakistanis, it also helped establish the National Accountability Bureau. Up till now, Pakistan has paid about $28.7 Million to the firm, however it demands more.  Broadsheet on Nawaz Sharif After […]

January 13, 2021

Police official accompanying polio vaccination team killed in Karak, KPK

What happened: Pakistan’s first campaign against polio for 2021 began on January 11. A police officer was shot dead after two motorcyclists opened fire on the team on the second day of the vaccination program in Kasak, due to which the polio immunization campaign was suspended. Earlier developments: The tally for people killed in attacks […]

January 12, 2021

Students protest against being made to sit for exams on campus amid coronavirus pandemic

What happened: Students are protesting on social media against their educational institution, stating they have to resort to cramming the exam syllabus and allegedly sit for exams on campus that may violate coronavirus SOP’s.  Earlier developments: Last week, renowned educational institution Beaconhouse School System informed students of their exam dates only 9 days prior to […]

January 11, 2021

Hazara University imposes a “no makeup, no jeans” dress code policy for female students

What happened: In efforts to end discrimination, Hazara University, Mansehra KPK, issued a dress code outline on January 6th, 2021 which strictly prohibits the following for women students; jeans, tights, short shirts, heavy makeup, jewelry, heavy handbags, abayas with decorations and otherwise encourages scarves, dupatta, shalwar kameez. Men on campus are also subjected to not […]

January 8, 2021

Pakistan will receive its first COVID-19 vaccine shipment by the end of January

What the Ministry of National Health Services is saying: Dr Nausheen Hamid, Parliamentary Secretary for Ministry of NHS, has stated Pakistan will receive the first shipment of COVID-19 vaccine by the end of January. Currently, it is not known which vaccine Pakistan will receive. Earlier developments: A week prior to this statement, Fawad Chaudhry tweeted, […]

December 19, 2020

Pakistan’s first haemophilia centre opens in Karachi

What happened: Pakistan’s first haemophilia centre has opened its doors in Nazimabad, Karachi. The centre has been set up by the Haemophilia Welfare Society. And, it was inaugurated by Indus Hospital CEO Dr Abdul Bari Khan on Thursday.  “Although there is no government-run institution for haemophilia patients in Pakistan, the centre, set up by the […]

December 19, 2020

Why is PIA upset over Virgin Atlantic coming to Pakistan?

What happened: Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) termed the CAA’s decision to allow Virgin Atlantic to operate flights from Pakistan as a grave injustice to them. According to sources within PIA, the national airline has been facing serious financial trouble owing to the ban imposed by the European Air Safety Agency (EASA). The administration of PIA […]

December 19, 2020

Drive-in cinema opens in Islamabad

What happened: The Jazz Drive-In Cinema was inaugurated by Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid today, at F-9 Park, Islamabad. The cinema is a collaboration between mobile network company Jazz,the largest internet and broadband service provider, Activemedia, and the Capital Development Authority (CDA). After the inauguration, the citizens of Islamabad were able to enjoy popular movies in […]

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