December 19, 2020

Anti-Pakistan social media accounts to be exposed by government

What happened: Federal Minister for Communications and Postal Services, Murad Saeed said that the federal government has decided to expose all social media accounts involved in spreading misinformation against Pakistan. He noted, while addressing an event in Islamabad, that India has started spreading hate and misinformation about Pakistan in order to distract from its own […]

December 19, 2020

Businesses setting up shell companies in former FATA to evade taxes

What happened: The erstwhile Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA), which were merged with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) in 2018, are becoming a tax haven within Pakistan as businesses have either established shell companies or small setups of their main business in the former FATA region to evade taxes due to a five-year tax holiday in place […]

December 19, 2020

Head of NCOC Asad Umar tests positive for the coronavirus

What happened: Asad Umar, the head of the National Command and Operations Centre (NCOC) and the minister for planning and development, confirmed that he tested positive for the coronavirus, on Friday. “Just got my covid test result and it is positive,” stated the chief of Pakistan’s coronavirus monitoring body. He added that he, “Will be […]

December 18, 2020

ISPR states that Indian soldiers deliberately fired upon UN vehicles in Chirikot sector

What happened: On Friday, the Indian Army resorted to unprovoked violence at the Line of Control (LoC) by targeting a United Nations Military Observers (UNMOs) vehicle, said the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR).  Two military observers were in the vehicle, which was damaged in the Indian attack, according to the ISPR. Both observers were rescued […]

December 18, 2020

13,000 Pakistanis volunteer for Covid-19 vaccine trials

What happened: Health officials have stated that, to date, 13,000 people have volunteered for Covid-19 vaccine trials in Pakistan. Trials of a chinese vaccine made by CanSino Biologics started on the 22nd of September, and since then the vaccine has been given to 13,000 Pakistanis. Dr Ejaz Khan, chairman of infection control at Shifa Hospital […]

December 18, 2020

More than half a million people forced to pick cotton in Xinjiang, report suggests

What happened: A report recently released by the Center for Global Policy suggests that more than half a million people from ethnic minority groups in Xinjiang have been forced into picking cotton. The findings of the report lead to the conclusion that forced labour is more prevalent in the region than previously thought. 20% of the entire […]

December 18, 2020

Hundreds of boys kidnapped after school attack in Nigeria finally released

What happened: Hundreds of boys that were kidnapped from their boarding school by Boko Haram last week, have now been released according to local authorities in north-western Nigeria. 344 schoolboys have been released unharmed according to a spokesperson for the governor of Katsina State, where this incident took place. The boys are being taken to […]

December 18, 2020

America’s nuclear agency falls victim to hackers

What happened: Officials from the American Department of Energy (DOE) and the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) notified congressional oversight, today, that they have evidence both the DOE and NNSA have been infiltrated by hackers. “This is a developing situation, and while we continue to work to understand the full extent of this campaign, we […]

December 17, 2020

Boat filled with 649 kg of cocaine washes up in the Marshall Islands

What happened: The largest-ever haul of cocaine in the Marshall Islands was found by police on an abandoned boat that washed up on a remote atoll, after drifting on the high seas, potentially for years. The 5.5 metre (18ft) fibreglass vessel was found at Ailuk atoll last week with 649 kg (1,430lb ) of cocaine […]

December 17, 2020

Pakistanis prefer Chinese coronavirus vaccine over other vaccines, survey reveals

What happened: The Institute for Public Opinion Research (IPOR) conducted a survey which found that 35% of the 1,500 Pakistanis surveyed preferred China’s coronavirus vaccine. While 14% of those surveyed backed a Pakistani vaccine and 9% said the U.S vaccine would be better. A government approved vaccine got the green-stamp of 15% of the respondents, and […]

December 17, 2020

Mohammad Amir leaving cricket due to ‘mental torture’

What happened: Pakistani cricketer and star left-arm pacer Mohammad Amir said he is leaving the world of cricket owing to “torture” and an environment created by the Pakistan team management that is “pushing him away”.  Sports journalist Shoaib Jatt shared a video in which Amir explained his reason for leaving cricket. “I am not going […]

December 17, 2020

Paris city hall fined for having too many women in senior roles, move deemed absurd by mayor

What happened: The city authorities of Paris have been fined for having too many women in senior roles, a move that the mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, deemed absurd. The public service ministry of France demanded that the Paris city hall pay a fine of €90,000 (Rs. 17,627,348) for breaking national rules on gender parity […]

December 17, 2020

APS survivor gets elected to British Youth Parliament

What happened: Waleed Khan, a student at Army Public School, was shot 8 times in the terrorist attack on his school in Peshawar, in 2014. He underwent 12 life-saving surgeries and, fortunately, recovered to become an advocate for education and anti-radicalisation. Waleed Khan has now been elected as a member of the British Youth Parliament. […]

December 17, 2020

PTM leader Ali Wazir arrested in Peshawar at the request of Sindh Police

What happened: MNA Ali Wazir has been arrested in Peshawar, at the request of the Sindh Police, in connection with a recent rally he attended in Karachi. According to the police, Ali Wazir and several other Pashtun Tahafuz Movement (PTM) leaders committed several offences, including hatching a criminal conspiracy and passing derogatory remarks against state […]

December 17, 2020

Pakistan repays $1 billion of Saudi loan, officials say

What happened: Pakistan has repaid Saudi Arabia $1 billion of the $3 billion it owes the Arab state, in the second installment of the soft loan, while Islamabad is reaching out to Beijing for a commercial loan in order to offset the pressure mounting from having to repay another $1 billion to Saudi Arabia next […]

December 17, 2020

SC throws out Bahria Town’s appeal to postpone payment of land price

Bahria Town Karachi’s (BTLK) appeal to postpone paying its instalments of the total amount of Rs. 460 billion for purchasing prime land in Karachi, has been rejected by the Supreme Court. In its plea, the developer asked the court to defer, for a period of three years, the monthly sum of Rs. 2.5 billion that […]

December 17, 2020

Sikh priest ‘sacrifices’ himself to show solidarity with Indian farmers

What happened: A Sikh priest committed suicide at the Indian farmers’ protest, which is still ongoing against the Modi government’s new policies, at border between Delhi and Haryana state. A suicide letter left behind by the priest, Baba Ram Singh, states that he shot himself to show solidarity with the farmers. Baba Ram Singh belongs […]

December 16, 2020

Trump has executed more Americans than all states combined, report reveals

What happened: During this year, in an unprecedented glut of judicial killing, the Trump Administration rushed to put 10 prisoners to death. The execution spree ran roughshod over historical norms and stood entirely contrary to the decline in the use of the death penalty that has been the trend in the US for several years. The Trump […]

December 16, 2020

FIA facing criticism for overstepping mandate after declaring Meesha Shafi guilty of ‘vilification’ drive against Ali Zafar

What happened: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has declared singer Meesha Shafi and eight others “guilty” of running a vilification campaign on social media against singer-actor Ali Zafar and asked the trial court to start its proceedings against them. But the agency is coming under fire on social media for overstepping its investigate mandate and […]

December 16, 2020

Taliban delegation arrives in Islamabad on 6th Anniversary of APS attack

What happened: It has been six years since the horrific attack on Army Public School in Peshawar and today, on the 6th anniversary of the attack committed by the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, a delegation led by the Afghan Taliban’s deputy chief for political affairs Mullah Abdul Ghani Barader will meet Prime Minister Imran Khan and Foreign […]

December 16, 2020

Kangaroos can communicate with humans in the same way as dogs, study finds

Although Kangaroos have never been considered domestic pets, a recent study has found that the animal may be able to communicate with humans just as well as dogs do.  Reuters reported that Kangaroos have the potential to communicate with the humans by using their gaze to point and ask for assistance. While conducting the research, […]

December 16, 2020

Pakistan crosses alarming milestone of 9,000 Covid-19 deaths

What happened: According to data issued by the National Command and Operations Centre (NCOC) on Wednesday, the novel coronavirus took the live of 105 people in the last 24 hours, surpassing the grim milestone of 9,000 deaths. As per the statistics, out of 105 people who died, 70 were on ventilators and the mortality rate […]

December 16, 2020

Anti-Rape ordinance allowing the castration of rapists approved

On Tuesday, President Dr Arif Alvi accorded approval to the Anti-Rape Ordinance 2020, which will ensure speedy trials of rape cases with women and children as victims, and also allow for chemical castration of those convicted of such offences. However, contrary to the draft approved by the Cabinet Committee on Legislative Cases (CCLC), the consent […]

December 16, 2020

PIA finalises decision to fire half of its employees

What happened: The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) administration has finalised the plan for the restructuring of the national airline, and under this plan half of PIA’s employees will be laid off. The airline plans to reduce its employees from the current 12, 900 to 7, 500, nearly half of its current workforce. The restructuring plan […]

December 16, 2020

TikToker who hosted Engin Altan aka Ertuğrul in Pakistan wanted in criminal cases

What happened: Having played the lead role in the heroic story of Ertugrul, the father the founder of the Ottoman Empire, Engin Altan Düzyatan has a huge fanbase in Pakistan. Last week, the actor landed in Lahore on a short trip to Pakistan. But, according to media reports based on police sources Engin Altan’s host, […]

December 15, 2020

Here’s why Google suffered a global outage

What happened : More than a dozen Google services such as Gmail and YouTube were offline for roughly an hour on Monday, long enough to close schools, disrupt work and highlight our dependency on the internet amidst the coronavirus pandemic. The global outage occurred for the second time this year, and users speculated on the […]

December 15, 2020

Coronavirus cases spiking in Sindh’s jails

What happened : As the number of covid-19 cases increase drastically across the country, with the positivity ratio being the highest in Sindh, the number of active coronavirus cases in Sindh’s prisons has risen from 31 to 112 in a span of 10 days. The new round of Covid-19 screening among inmates was initiated on […]

December 15, 2020

Crisis bidding for January LNG cargoes happening at record high prices

What happened : The second attempt made by Pakistan authorities to arrange import of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in January 2021 through emergency bidding, has attracted record-high prices leaving the authorities in a state of bewilderment. Earlier this week, after failing to secure any bids for LNG supply from trading companies, the authorities tried their […]

December 15, 2020

KP government to purchase Raj Kapoor, Dilip Kumar’s ancestral houses

What happened : The KP government has finally decided to buy the two houses belonging to renowned Indian film artists, Raj Kapoor and Dilip Kumar. The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Directorate of Archeology said that both houses will be converted into museums. The Archeology Department has declared that the two houses are national heritage sites, which are […]

December 15, 2020

Commission investigating Pakistan’s oil crisis calls for disbanding OGRA

What happened: In a scathing 163 page report, the fifteen member inquiry commission probing Pakistan’s oil crisis called for the disbanding of the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority of Pakistan (OGRA). The inquiry commission also recommended departmental proceedings against the top management of the petroleum division, as well as immediately halting the operations of, oil […]

December 14, 2020

Pakistani doctor develops instant Covid-19 test via smartphone

What happened : Toronto based Pakistani doctor, Dr Naqeeb Khalid has introduced an instant Covid-19 diagnostic test easily accessible using a smartphone. Dr Naqeeb Khalid, who graduated from King Edward Medical University in 1983 before gaining expertise in the invention of medical devices and systems, told High Commissioner for Pakistan to Canada, Raza Bashir Tarar, […]

December 14, 2020

Murder suspect shot dead within premises of Malir court

What happened : A murder suspect was shot, on Monday, inside Karachi’s Malir court while a hearing was ongoing. A man shot and killed the alleged murderer of his own son on the premises of Malir court. Malir SSP Irfan Bahadur confirmed that Khushdil, 25, was being presented before a criminal court in Malir when […]

December 12, 2020

One million doctors go on strike in India

What happened : Around a million doctors in India went on a day-long strike on Friday, amid the coronavirus pandemic, to protest against a recently passed federal government rule that allows practitioners of the traditional science of Ayurveda to perform minor surgeries. Thousands of non-critical surgeries and routine check-ups were stalled across the country when […]

December 12, 2020

Cambridge International confirms it will run both exam series in June, November 2021

What happened : The Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) announced on Friday that it will be running its two exam series’ in June and November next year. Keeping in mind the given pandemic and hoping the situation to get better by next year, CAIE stated that they aim to achieve their two main priorities: keeping […]

December 12, 2020

Astrazeneca to test combination of its Covid-19 vaccine with Russian vaccine

What happened: Astrazeneca is set to start trials to test a combination of its experimental Covid-19 vaccine with the Russian Sputnik V vaccine. The trials will be to investigate whether combining the two different vaccines will boost the efficacy of Astrazeneca’s shot. Russia’s Sovereign Wealth Fund (RDIF), which funded the Sputnik V vaccine named after […]

December 11, 2020

Velo Sound Station at the centre of intellectual property rights dispute

What happened : In an unprecedented move, Pakistani creative agency, Giraffe, sent out an official notice against British American Tobacco (BAT) for violating intellectual property rights. According to Giraffe, BAT has launched it’s very own Velo Sound Station similar to Nescafe Basement and Coke Studio in the hope of advertising Velo, a nicotine pouch product. To […]

December 11, 2020

Ms. Marvel, starring Canadian-Pakistani actress Iman Vellani, to premiere in late 2021

What happened : After a long and hard search, Marvel has found its Ms.Marvel. The studio is tapping newcomer Iman Vellani to star in its Disney+ series based on the comic-book character.  The plan always was to stay true to the character in finding the right actress to play the role, even if it meant […]

December 11, 2020

Pakistan to face severe gas crisis from January 2021 as LNG trading companies reluctant to bid

What happened : A major gas crisis is expected in Pakistan, as early as January 2021, as for the first time ever no bids were received from LNG supplying companies for the first half of the coming year. Bids available for the second half of the year are at very high costs. “The government may […]

December 11, 2020

Sindh government seeks WHO aid for coronavirus vaccine

What happened : A proposal was made by Sindh health minister, Dr Azra Pechuho, to the World Health Organisation (WHO) to help meet the ongoing challenges of vaccination for coronavirus prevention in the province, and she asked the international body to help the local bodies in this process from the procurement of the vaccines to […]

December 11, 2020

Barcelona’s Antoine Griezmann cuts ties with Huawei over Chinese persecution of Uighurs

What happened: Barcelona’s star forward, Antoine Griezmann has cut ties with Chinese company Huawei after reports of the company being involved in developing software contributing to the surveillance and persecution of the Uighurs in China. Griezmann had been a brand ambassador for Huawei since 2007. Citing reports that Huawei was responsible for aiding the Chinese […]

December 10, 2020

Ex-CIA chief claims Israel helped find Osama Bin Laden

What happened: John Brennan, former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) chief has claimed that Israel was instrumental in helping the U.S locate Osama Bin Laden. The former leader of the Al-Qaeda was killed in his Abbottabad compound, in a joint US military-CIA operation in 2011. Brennan stated, in an interview with Haaretz, that the intelligence Israel […]

December 10, 2020

Sri Lankan government forcefully cremating muslim Covid-19 victims

What happened: The bodies of muslim Covid-19 victims are forcefully being cremated, and their families are being asked to foot the cost of cremation in Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka is one of the few countries in the world which has made cremation compulsory for the bodies of all those that succumbed to Covid-19. However, this […]

December 10, 2020

Companies are now giving workers wearable tech to help them socially distance.

What happened: At Enrico Iori’s Italian factory and U.S. offices, about 150 employees wear bracelets, belt clips and lanyards that illuminate, vibrate and make irritating sounds whenever they get within six feet of each other. Apart from Iori’s company, tech giants including Samsung Electronics Co are one of about 60 companies offering these protective wearables […]

December 10, 2020

‘Shake to Undo’, the iPhone’s most useful but ignored feature

What happened : Fixing mistakes on your iPhone is very easy. While the Mac has Command-Z, iPhone itself has its own feature that rectifies mistakes: Shake to Undo. With Shake to Undo turned on, iOS users can quickly fix mistakes. Shaking your device to go back or undo a mistake has been around since 2009 […]

December 10, 2020

Lahore High Court seeks report on private hospitals excessively charging Covid-19 patients

Dr Salman Kazmi told the court that private hospitals were charging fees of Rs 150,000 from COVID-19 patients for each day spent in the hospital. Subsequently, the court sought a report from a commission over heavy fees charged by the private hospitals and adjourned further hearings till December 11. Social media was in an uproar […]

December 10, 2020

UK issues allergy warning over new Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine

What happened : The British health authorities, on Wednesday, warned that anyone who has a prior underlying health history of allergic reactions should not get the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine, at least for the time being. This statement was made after some of the National Health Service (NHS) staff, who received the vaccine, suffered from an […]

December 10, 2020

U.S lawsuits aim to break up Facebook

What happened : More than 45 state prosecutors along with US federal regulators have sued Facebook, blaming the social media giants of taking illegitimate actions to buy up competitors and stifle competition. In recent years Facebook has bought some major social media platforms including Instagram and Whatsapp, and this was the cause of growing concern […]

December 10, 2020

PM Khan tells opposition to move a no-confidence motion against him instead of resigning

What happened: On Wednesday, Prime Minister Imran Khan stated that the constitution has provided an option for removing a sitting government through a no-confidence motion. He said, “If the opposition wants to move a no-confidence motion, they should come and do so in the assemblies”, while criticising the opposition’s plan to resign en masse from […]

December 9, 2020

Pakistani scientist receives international commendation for her STEM research

What happened: Pakistani scientist Shazia Sadiq, was selected by the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering (ATSE) to be a part of its advanced STEM research team. Shazia Sadiq’s work included developing a solution for Business Information Systems to process information more effectively. Her research will help the sectors of business process management, governance, risk […]

December 9, 2020

Google’s Trending Searches list reveals the most popular gadgets in Pakistan

What happened: On Wednesday, google unveiled its top trending searches of 2020. It says the trending results are searches that had a high spike in traffic over a sustained period in 2020. The ‘Year in Search Pakistan’, is a list which highlights popular searches carried out in the country in different categories throughout the year. […]

December 9, 2020

Lahore police arrest DJ Butt ahead of PDM’s jalsa

Earlier today, sound system and video vendor, DJ butt was arrested by the police and a case was registered against him for possessing illegal weapons. Butt is also being charged with obstructing public servants from discharging their duties and manhandling policemen.  The entertainer who gained fame from the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) 2014 sit-in, is now […]

December 9, 2020

Karachi police apprehend member of wanted ‘white corolla gang’

What happened: On Wednesday a raid, based on an intelligence tip-off, was conducted in Karachi’s Shah Latif Town where police successfully arrested a member of the ‘white corolla gang’, one of the city’s most wanted gangs. A gang of seven people, the ‘White Corolla Gang’ is known by this name because they come in a […]

December 9, 2020

Asad Umar warns of further restrictions if SOP violations continue

What happened: Asad Umar, The Minister for Planning, Development and Special Initiatives while addressing a press conference after the National Command and Operations Centre (NCOC) meeting in Islamabad said that the government will be bound to take stricter measures, if the public does not take the pandemic seriously. He said that, if the surge in […]

December 9, 2020

Pakistan to face more deadly second wave after virus mutation

What happened: Health experts say that the coronavirus has mutated itself, its new strain is unable to be detected in some tests, and it seems to last longer. Pakistan is facing the second wave of the novel coronavirus, and with each passing day, more cases are being reported. The number of spikes on the coronavirus […]

December 9, 2020

Only 1.7 million out of 6.4 million taxpayers filed returns this year

What happened : The last date to file tax returns for this year has passed, and the FBR in a shocking statement announced that less than 1% of the population opted to file their tax returns. A total of 1.7 million tax returns were received by the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) accounting for Rs […]

December 9, 2020

Opposition parties to resign from assemblies by December 31st

What happened: Shortly after Prime Minister Imran Khan announced that he would hold by-elections if the opposition resigns en masse from the national and provincial assemblies, the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) declared that all members of its constituent parties will resign from their seats and hand in their individual resignations to their party head by […]

December 9, 2020

Apple unveils its first over-ear headphones, the AirPods Max, at $549

Apple has announced its first over-ear, noise cancelling wireless headphones, Airpods Max, which will sell for $549. The headphones come in 5 different colours (space grey, silver, green, sky blue and pink), have active noise cancelling, Apple’s spacial audio technology and transparency mode. They also offer a listening time of 20 hours and a 2 […]

December 8, 2020

Pakistan in talks with China and Russia to acquire Covid-19 vaccine

What happened: On Monday, the Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Health Dr Faisal Sultan said that Pakistani health authorities are negotiating with China and Russia, to acquire the coronavirus vaccines. While talking to a Turkish news agency, Anadolu Agencycine, Faisal Sultan said “We are in talks with China, Russia and some other countries […]

December 8, 2020

PM Imran Khan goes on an unfollowing spree on Twitter

What happened: On Monday, Prime Minister Imran Khan trimmed the number of people he followed on twitter, reducing it to zero. He was following 19 accounts before this unfollowing spree. Prime Minister Imran Khan created his Twitter profile in March 2010, and is currently has 12.9 million followers. Prime Minister Imran Khan also unfollowed his ex-wife […]

December 8, 2020

KFC announces romantic film about Colonel Sanders and a young heiress

What happened : American fast-food giant KFC is coming out with a romantic film called ” A Recipe for Seduction”, combining marketing with entertainment in order to boost their sales globally. KFC’s long time mascot Colonel Sanders will be played by actor Mario Lopez, who is featured in the film’s promotional material wearing Sanders’ trademark white […]

December 8, 2020

90 year old British woman becomes the first person in the world to get Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine out-of-trial

What happened: According to the BBC, Margaret Keenan, a 90-year-old woman hailing from Northern Ireland, has become the first person to receive a full dose of the new Pfizer/BionTech Covid-19 vaccine outside of ongoing trials. This marks the start of UK’s mass vaccination programme. As a worldwide immunization program kicks off, the health authorities in […]

December 8, 2020

Karachi ranked as the worst on global Air Quality Index

What happened: On Tuesday morning, Karachi was ranked at the top of the most polluted cities list, as a result of the hazardous value the city’s air achieved on the Air Quality Index (AQI). Karachi was on top of the list with a particulate matter reading of 351 this morning. The higher the AQI value, […]

December 8, 2020

England vs South Africa ODI series cancelled due to coronavirus outbreak in teams’ hotel

What happened: On Monday, England’s one day international series in South Africa was cancelled, when two members of England’s cricket squad tested positive for the coronavirus. On Friday, when the series was scheduled to start, a member of the South African cricket team tested positive and the match was cancelled just an hour before its start […]

December 8, 2020

Aptera launches new EV that doesn’t require charging

What happened : San Diego based Aptera has unveiled a new solar-powered electric vehicle (EV) which has a battery of 100 Kwh and can get up to 1000 miles of range. The new three-wheeled, two-person vehicle has a solar roof array that can provide up to 45 miles of range per day and this set […]

December 8, 2020

Noam Chomsky laments that Pakistan is drifting away from science in a session with students at Habib University

What happened : World-renowned intellectual and social critic Noam Chomsky spoke, on Monday, in a virtual session at Habib University’s flagship Yohsin Lecture Series. In the lecture titled ” “Bullet Dodged or Merely Delayed: Reflections on the Future of Democracy, Nuclear Proliferation and the Looming Environmental Catastrophe in a Post-Trumpian World,” Chomsky spoke about the […]

December 8, 2020

Chinese spy believed to have been targeting California politicians for years

Fang Fang or Christine Fang, a Chinese national, is believed to have targeted rising politicians in California’s Bay Area and other cities as part of a Chinese intelligence operation, according to an investigation by news site Axios. From 2011–2015, she cultivated personal relationships with politicians that had the potential to rise to powerful positions in […]

December 8, 2020

Investigation into the alleged suicide of Dr Maha Shah completed by police

Police have completed an investigation into the alleged suicide of Dr Maha Shah in Defence area of Karachi, the probe has cited the use of drugs by her. The report’s conclusion: The police has submitted an interim challan before the court for further action in the case. The report blames three accused – Tabish, Saad […]

December 7, 2020

Floyd Mayweather vs Logan Paul: Undefeated legend to take on YouTuber in ‘exhibition’

What happened : Former five-weight boxing world champion, Floyd Mayweather has announced that he will take on Youtuber Logan Paul in an exhibition match scheduled in February 2021. American Mayweather, 43, ended his career unbeaten in 50 bouts. He last fought in 2017, beating MMA star Conor McGregor in one of the heaviest bouts in […]

December 7, 2020

Pakistani and Indian comic-book superheroes unite to fight Covid-19

What happened : India’s first female comic-book superhero Priya, who has previously appeared in campaigns against sex trafficking and molesters, has now joined hands with her Pakistani counterpart Jiya, commonly referred to as the “Burka Avenger”, in order to fight the misinformation about the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Both the superheroes will now work together to […]

December 7, 2020

PM Khan says Gilgit Baltistan is one of his favourite places on earth

What happened : Prime Minister Imran Khan said, on Sunday, that Gilgit-Baltistan is “one of my favourite places on earth”. Recently on his visit to Gilgit, the head of state shared four pictures on Twitter, showing the captivating and vibrant colours that have blanketed Gilgit-Baltistan this winter season. The background : The premier recently visited […]

December 7, 2020

7 coronavirus patients die after oxygen supply runs out in Peshawar hospital

What happened: 7 coronavirus patients died, on Saturday, as a result of not being supplied oxygen in Peshawar’s Khyber Teaching Hospital. “The hospital receives oxygen cylinders from Rawalpindi,” said Khyber Teaching Hospital spokesperson. “Oxygen cylinders did not arrive on time.”, he said. The oxygen cylinders which did not arrive on time were the main factor […]

December 5, 2020

Karachi to face a cold spell in the second week of December

What happened : The met office has predicted a cold wave in Karachi from the second week of December. According to the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD), the country will witness a drastic fall in temperatures from December 15. Severe cold Siberian winds are expected to enter the city in the last week of 2020, that […]

December 5, 2020

Governor Punjab and his wife get Covid-19 trial vaccine shots

Governor Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar and his wife received shots of the COVID-19 trial vaccine at the University of Health Sciences (USH). On Saturday, the Governor of Punjab Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar visited the University of Health Sciences (USH) accompanied by his wife. He was received by the UHS vice chancellor Prof Dr Javed Akram. The university […]

December 5, 2020

Suspended and Covid infected KMC employee hugs senior in protest salary halt

What happened : A KMC staff member posted in Landhi, who was suspended over corruption complaints, had his salary stopped. He visited the office and he embraced a senior officer of the Human Resource department and later informed that he was Covid positive, causing a massive uproar in the KMC head office. All floors of […]

December 5, 2020

China becomes the second country to plant a flag on Moon

What happened: China has planted its flag on the Moon more than 50 years after the US first planted its Star-Spangled Banner.  The China National Space Administration on Friday released an image showing China’s national flag unfolded from the Chang’e-5 probe on the moon before the takeoff. What’s special about the flag?  Because of the […]

December 5, 2020

Children fake their mother’s death to claim Rs250 million in insurance

what happened: The U.S Consulate in Karachi recently filed a written complaint with the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) against two siblings for allegedly faking the death of their mother to receive Rs. 250 million from a United States (US)-based insurance company. The complaint was submitted by the U.S Consulate officials to the FIA human trafficking cell […]

December 5, 2020

Justice Qazi Faez Isa reveals former CJ Asif Saeed Khosa asked him to resign

In a fresh review petition in the apex court, Supreme Court (SC) judge Justice Qazi Faez Isa said that former Chief Justice Asif Saeed Khosa had asked him to resign and informally told him about a presidential reference to pressure him into stepping down. The judge wrote, that, “Ex CJP Khosa had earlier spoken to […]

December 5, 2020

Court instructs PMC to release both MDCAT results together

What happened : The Sindh High Court (SHC) directed the Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) to announce the results of both MDCAT together, one of which is for students affected by the novel coronavirus and that a unified single merit list to be issued in respect of the two tests. Headed by Justice Nadeem Akhtar, SHC’s […]

December 5, 2020

3 Pakistani trailblazers on Forbes’ 30 under 30 list, for North America

The Forbes 30 under 30 list is out and it lists trailblazers who have achieved amazing milestones in their fields. The list ranks individuals under 30 years of age who are doing outstanding and innovative work. The list for 2021, covering the North American region is out and there are 3 Pakistanis on the list […]

December 4, 2020

PM Imran Khan announces a monthly stipend for differently abled people

What happened: On the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, PM Khan made an announcement on his official Twitter handle, saying that under the Ehsaas Kafaalat Policy for Special Persons, two million differently-abled individuals will receive a monthly stipend of Rs. 2,000. He said, “This is a step toward a disability-inclusive and sustainable post-COVID-19 world.”. […]

December 4, 2020

150+ illegal housing societies set up in Peshawar

What happened: Approximately 156 illegal housing societies have been set up in Peshawar, out of which 70% are built on agricultural land, threatening food security in the area. The valuable agricultural land in the city is fast being converted into housing schemes. The Supreme Court has previously ruled that housing societies could not be established […]

December 4, 2020

Namibian man named after Adolf Hitler sweeps local elections

A Namibian politician Adolf Hitler Uunona, named after WW2 German Dictator dictator Adolf Hitler, was elected last week as councillor for the Ompundja constituency.Adolf, like other Germanic first names, is not uncommon in the country, which was once a German colony. He was elected for the ruling Swapo party, which led the campaign against colonial […]

December 4, 2020

2 Pakistani companies listed in Forbes’ Asia’s 200 Best Under A Billion List

What happened : Two Pakistani companies, Feroze1888 Mills and System Limited, made it to the Forbes’ ” Asia’s 200 Best Under A Billion ” list. This list spotlights 200 Asia-Pacific companies with less than $1 billion in revenue which have had a consistent top and bottom-line growth. A statement from Forbes revealed, “These companies have […]

December 4, 2020

PEMRA sends show-cause notice to all private channels airing Ishaq Dar’s interview

what happened : Few days ago, the Ex- Finance Minister Ishaq Dar appeared on the international talk show “Hardtalk” where he addressed several issues including, the National Accountability Bureau, his return to Pakistan , the 2018 general elections and former premier Nawaz Sharif’s allegations against the army. His interview went viral and was aired on […]

December 4, 2020

PM Khan reveals 10 point agenda for economic recovery amidst pandemic

What Happened : Addressing the UN General Assembly through a virtual session, Prime Minister Imran Khan delivered, on Friday , a 10 point agenda on how to prevent economic decline in developing countries. Attended by 141 speakers globally , this session focused on how to achieve a consolidated solution to continue economic growth during the […]

December 3, 2020

Wildlife Department Chakwal registering a case of illegal hunting against TV anchor Imran Riaz Khan

What Happened:  On Saturday, The Wildlife Department Chakwal registered a case against TV anchor Imran Riaz Khan for hunting partridges in the forest of Chakwal.Ghulam Rasool, Deputy Director Wildlife (OPS) Salt Range, Chakwal was suspended for letting the anchor and his party do hunting last week. After some pictures of killed patridges lying on jeep […]

December 3, 2020

Four friends in Singapore rent a whole cinema just to play X-box

After both the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 launched last month. The new consoles are notoriously hard to get a hold of but one group of friends in Singapore found another way to level up their gaming experience. They actually rented out an entire cinema just to play games for three hours.   Les, who […]

December 3, 2020

Torchbearers of Pro-Democracy protests in Hong Kong jailed for 13 months

What Happened:  The Pro-Democracy activist Joshua Wong will spend more than a year in jail over an unauthorised protest outside police headquarters in June last year Fellow activists Agnes Chow, 23, and Ivan Lam, 26, were sentenced to 10 months and seven months respectively. Wong said last week he expected to be jailed after admitting […]

December 3, 2020

PIMS employees continued their strike against the Medical Teaching Institutions (MTI) Ordinance for the fourth consecutive day

What happened: On Wednesday, the employees of Pakistan Institute of medical sciences (PIMS) protested in Islamabad against the new Medical Teaching Institute (MTI) ordinance. Despite of the ongoing coronavirus emergency all around the country , they kept their services off. MTI Ordinance: MTI ordinance was promulgated by President of Pakistan Arif Alvi in November, this […]

December 3, 2020

VIVO to establish smartphone manufacturing plant in Pakistan

What Happened: On Wednesday, The Federal Minister for Industries & Production Hammad Azhar announced on Twitter that the Chinese smartphone company Vivo has decided to establish a manufacturing plant in Pakistan. VIVO is one of the world’s most popular smartphone companies, it currently has 200,000,000 users around the world and is committed to provide premium […]

December 3, 2020

Alarm bells ring in Pakistan as active coronavirus cases surge past 50,000

What happened: Pakistan’s number of active coronavirus cases surged past 50,000 on Wednesday, according to the National Command and Operations Centre (NCOC). The second wave of the virus is spreading throughout the country as 3,499 new infections were reported in the past 24 hours. With the addition of the new cases the number of active […]

December 3, 2020

Faisalabadi teenager’s body found a day after her mother was shot to death

What happened: Police officials have stated that the body of a 17 year old girl, Savera, has been found a day after her mother was murdered in cold blood. Savera’s body was recovered by the police, on Wednesday, from a deserted area in Dhanola, Faisalabad. Police officers have revealed that there were marks of torture […]

December 2, 2020

Covid-19 vaccine to be provided free of cost to all in Pakistan

What happened: Dr Nausheen Hamid, the Parliamentary Secretary for National Health Services Regulations and Coordination (NHSRC), said that once Pakistan had procured the Covid-19 vaccine it will be administered to citizens free of cost. In an interview with a private news channel Dr. Hamid stated that once its “efficacy is proved” it will be made […]

December 2, 2020

Federal Minister advised students who are “dying to become a doctor” to opt for biotech as a career choice

Students “dying to become a doctor “should opt for biotech, says Fawad Chaudhary  The federal Minister for Science and Technology on Wednesday took to Twitter and advised all the students who want to pursue their careers in the field of medicine and become doctors to switch to biotech. The recently held medical and dental college […]

December 2, 2020

Lab grown ‘chicken meat’ approved for consumption, for the first time, in Singapore

What happened: Singapore has approved lab grown chicken meat for human consumption. This is the world’s first regulatory approval for ‘clean’ lab grown meat, that does not come from animals. The Singapore Food Agency (SFA) stated that a working group comprising of experts reviewed meat samples, manufacturing control and safety testing of the cultured chicken […]

December 2, 2020

Hamza Ali Abbasi gearing up to write a book about God

What happened: Hamza Ali Abbasi took to Twitter today and announced that he is currently working on writing a book about God. The actor has previously stated that his journey has taken him “from Atheism to Islam”. He also stated that he will be inactive on social media because he will be busy writing the […]

December 2, 2020

Anti-gay EU parliamentarian resigns after getting caught fleeing a 25-man sex party

What happened: Jozsef Szajer, a Hungarian politician representing his country in the European Parliament, has resigned from his position after he was caught leaving a 25-man orgy in Brussels. He admitted to breaching Belgium’s lockdown rules in order to attend the sex party. The police broke up the orgy for violating lockdown rules after they […]

December 2, 2020

Former ISI Chief reveals that Pakistan military’s excessive involvement in political affairs is real and harmful

Background: In an exclusive interview with the BBC, when asked about allegations of Pakistan’s military interfering in political affairs, the former ISI chief said that people were angry at the military’s interference in political affairs. ۔ Military backed Imran Khan: People are angry with this intervention,” he said. Imran Khan’s biggest problem (about him) is […]

December 2, 2020

Saudi Crown Prince and two other royals issued permits for hunting Houbara Bustards

What happened: Special permits to hunt the internationally protected Houbara Bustards have been issued to the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman and two other Saudi royals, by the federal government. The permits are for the 2020-2021 hunting season. Sources have revealed that the two other royals, that have been granted permits, are Saudi governors. […]

December 2, 2020

Justice Qazi Faez Isa’s wife demands that the Supreme Court remove PM Imran Khan

What happened: Justice Qazi Faez Isa’s Wife, Sarina Isa, has urged the Supreme Court to remove Prime Minister Imran Khan from his post. She alleged that the Prime Minister was a “tax cheat” and did not disclose his assets. Sarina Isa filed additional grounds in the Supreme Court to support her review petition against the […]

December 2, 2020

UK becomes the first country to approve Pfizer covid-19 vaccine for widespread use

What happened: On Wednesday, The United Kingdom became the first western country to approve a COVID-19 vaccine, jumping ahead of the United States and Europe after its regulator cleared a shot developed by Pfizer for emergency use in record time. The vaccine will be rolled out from early next week in a major coup for […]

December 2, 2020

Almost 100 Pakistani healthcare workers have lost their lives to Covid-19

What happened: The coronavirus has caused the deaths of almost a 100 healthcare workers in Pakistan. The country is in the grip of the second wave of the deadly virus and concerns are mounting, once again, over the lack of sufficient protective gear for healthcare workers. The National Command Operation Center (NCOC) has stated that of […]

December 2, 2020

Karachi to get two functional nuclear power plants by end of 2021

What happened: Fuel loading has started for the Karachi Nuclear Power Plant Unit-2 (K-2), on Tuesday. After a fuel load permit was obtained from the Pakistan Nuclear Regulatory Authority the process for loading fuel into the 1,100MW nuclear power plant began. The K-2 power plant, is going through a testing phase right now, and it is […]

December 2, 2020

Moderna is hopeful to provide Covid-19 vaccine before Christmas

After almost a year of the world fighting against the coronavirus pandemic, governments and pharmaceutical companies are rushing to roll out the COVID-19 vaccines  In a bid to save people from the pandemic, the US-based company Moderna has revealed that the experts are hoping to roll out the vaccine for the general public before the […]

December 1, 2020

Thousands of sacked steel mill workers block railway track in protest against government

The ex-employees of Pakistan Steel Mills blocked railway tracks during their protest near Bin Qasim, in Karachi, on Tuesday. Thousands of workers, some laying on the railway lines, are protesting against the federal government’s recent decision to fire all the employees of Pakistan Steel Mills. The proposal to sack all the employees of Pakistan Steel […]

December 1, 2020

Man acquitted in child rape and murder case after 14 years, due to lack of evidence

What happened: On Monday, the 30th of November, the Supreme Court acquitted a man on the grounds of lack of evidence, after he had already served 14 years in jail. Khadim Hussain, who was acquitted yesterday, was had been sentenced to death thrice for the kidnapping, rape and murder of a ten year old boy […]

December 1, 2020

An Indian beach spills literal gold after a deadly cyclone

What happened: Hundreds of fishermen, women and children in the East Godavari district of the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh spent the weekend combing through the local beach for literal gold. In the aftermath of cyclone Nivar, a super storm that killed five people, uprooted trees and flooded buildings, local fishermen reportedly found tiny […]

December 1, 2020

High Court suspended notification against Ammar Ali Jan calling it an unconstitutional attack on civil liberties

What happened: On Tuesday, Chief Justice High Court Lahore suspended a notification against Ammar Ali Jan, calling it an unconstitutional attack on civil liberties. After the Student Solidarity March, arrest warrants were issued by Punjab Government against activist and academic Ammar Ali Jan. The Punjab Government claimed that Ammar is a “threat to public safety”.  […]

December 1, 2020

Woman files complaints against cricketer Babar Azam, claims he had ‘illicit relations’ with her

What happened: A woman has filed two different petitions in court against the national cricket team’s captain, Babar Azam. The woman, Hamiza Muktar, has alleged that Babar Azam had ‘illicit relations’ with her, and when she fell pregnant he forced her to get an abortion. She elaborated that she was compelled to have the abortion […]

November 30, 2020

13 people burnt to death in bus-van collision near Sheikhupura

What happened: 13 people have burned to death, while 17 others are injured due to a bus-van collision in near Sheikhupura today, on the 30th of November. Rescue officials have said that the blaze resulting from the collision charred both vehicles completely and left the victims burned beyond recognition. A speeding bus travelling from Narowal […]

November 30, 2020

PDM Multan: IG Punjab gives orders to remove barrier from the opposition’s route immediately

What happened: Opposition parties are expected today (Monday) to hold a PDM rally against the government authorities. Over the weekend, Administrative government deployed containers and registered FIRs to thwart the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM ) rally. But in a surprise move, Punjab Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Inam Ghani has ordered the removal of all barriers […]

November 30, 2020

Narendar Modi is taking strict legal actions to turn India into a one-party state

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is threatening to turn the country into a one-party state. Recently, The Economist reported in an article citing Modi’s continuous effort to erode democratic checks and balances.  Tip of the IceBurg: The BJP government has been implementing fascist policies from the beginning of their tenure. From Lord Ram temple construction […]

November 30, 2020

110 Nigerian farmers killed by armed men in a gruesome massacre

What happened: A “gruesome” massacre against farmers in northeastern Nigeria killed at least 110 people. The killings took place in the early afternoon of Saturday in the village of Koshobe and other rural communities in the Jere local government area near Maiduguri, the capital of the conflict-hit Borno state. What authorities are saying:  According to […]

November 30, 2020

Baby with antibodies born from mother infected with Covid-19

What happened: A Singaporean woman who contracted the coronavirus has given birth to a baby with antibodies against the virus. Celine Ng-Chan, was 10 weeks pregnant when she got infected with Covid-19, after returning from a family holiday in Europe, in March. She has given birth to a healthy baby boy, Aldrin, and coronavirus antibodies […]

November 30, 2020

70 percent of Pakistan’s coronavirus cases being reported from 5 cities

What happened: According to the National Command and Operation Center (NCOC) data released on Sunday, Lahore, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Peshawar and Karachi are the cities that have reported 70 percent of all coronavirus cases in Pakistan. The NCOC meeting also revealed that Mirpur, Karachi, Hyderabad, Rawalpindi and Peshawar were all cities were the coronavirus positivity rate […]

November 28, 2020

Swiss tech company Crypto A.G was working as a CIA front in the European region for years

What happened: The Switzerland parliament released a bombshell report, which exposed Swiss-based tech company Crypto AG. This company was actually a front for the CIA and German secret service and have been providing crucial information to them for decades.  What is Crypto AG: Crypto AG is an encryption device maker company which was founded in […]

November 28, 2020

Woman slaps mall guard in Karachi, social media abuzz

What happened: A video of a woman slapping a guard outside Dolmen Mall, in Karachi has gone viral on social media. The woman involved in this incident has not yet been identified. Spoiled brat spotted, lady in white corolla BKF-001 slapped the guard at Domen mall (Clifton Karachi) for not opening the barrier as per […]

November 28, 2020

A donor is demanding refund of $2.5 million from a pro-Trump group which failed to find any evidence of election fraud

What happened: A businessman who donated $2.5 million wants a refund from a pro-Trump group which claimed to find evidence of fraud in the US election. Donor was  disappointed with the group’s incompetence and inability to find any evidence whatsoever.  Fred Eshelman is suing True the Vote Inc., a monitoring organization in Houston, to reclaim […]

November 28, 2020

Pakistan urged OIC to designate March 15 as Interna­tional Day to Combat Islamophobia

What happened: On Friday, Pakistan participated in the 47th session of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) in Niamey, Niger.  Major contribution: Speaking at the OIC Council of Foreign Ministers (CFM), Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi proposed  three major suggestions in front of the committee. Demands are as follow  OIC should launch an international campaign […]

November 28, 2020

Viral video lands the son of a poor shepherd a scholarship

What happened: A heart wrenching video of an Umerkot shepherd telling his son to give up on his studies due to financial constraints recently went viral, and it prompted the Mehran University of Engineering and Technology in Jamshoro to offer a scholarship to the boy. The video shows the shepherd telling his son, Ali Raza, […]

November 28, 2020

Government building database to empower female entrepreneurs

What happened: In an effort to increase the participation of women entrepreneurs in the trade of goods and services the Ministry of commerce will be building a national database of these entrepreneurs. The Ministry of commerce announced this on Friday, the 27th of November. Commerce Secretary Muhammad Sualeh Ahmad Faruqui made this suggestion while chairing […]

November 28, 2020

PTI government decides not to issue permits for PDM rallies anymore

What happened: Prime Minister Imran Khan categorically said the government would not give permission to the opposition to hold its rallies in Multan and other cities. “The coronavirus is spreading dangerously, therefore the opposition should postpone PDM public meetings,” said PM Imran Khan  PM also added, “The government will strictly enforce standard operating procedures and […]

November 27, 2020

Islamabad to get an open air cinema

What happened: In order to provide the residents of Islamabad with safe entertainment during this pandemic the Capital Development Authority (CDA) is planning on building an open air cinema in the federal capital. CDA officials who are privy to the details of the project told the media of the CDAs plans on Wednesday. The cinema […]

November 27, 2020

Apple’s head of security in hot water after allegedly trading ipads for gun permits

What happened: Tom Moyer, Apple’s head of global security, has been indicted in a bribery scandal revolving around trading ipads for concealed carry gun permits. Two Santa Clara police officers are also involved in this bribery scandal. Santa Clara County undersheriff Rick Sung and Captain James Jansen withheld 4 concealed carry permits from Apple, until the […]

November 27, 2020

More than 3,000 coronavirus cases reported for third consecutive day in Pakistan

What happened: 3, 113 cases of the novel coronavirus have been reported in the last 24 hours. This is the third day in a row that Pakistan has recorded more than 3, 000 infections, according to data from the government’s Covid-19 portal. The highest number of cases were reported by Sindh. And, the second highest […]

November 27, 2020

Ministry of Human Rights launches domestic abuse helpline

What happened: The Ministry of Human Rights launched a free helpline to report domestic abuse nationwide, on Thursday, in an effort to combat violence against women. Raise your voice against violence and abuse on our national 1099 toll free helpline. You can also download the app to file complaints on the google playstore! #16days @unwomen_pak […]

November 27, 2020

Maryam Nawaz says she “was fed rat-contaminated food” in jail

What happened: In conversation with journalists at Jati Umrah, PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz claimed that she “was fed rat-contaminated food” while incarcerated in Kot Lakhpat Jail. She also complained that the medication she was given was not fit to be consumed as it was infected with fungus. She said, “I was forced to take […]

November 26, 2020

Stranded boats in Balochistan rescued by Pakistan Navy

What happened: Fishermen who were stranded on Balochistan’s coastal city of Ormara on Thursday, were rescued by the Pakistan Navy. According to a statement by the Navy, due to the heavy spell of rain and gusts of wind, many fishing boats (howras) anchored near Ormara fisheries swayed, tipped over and sank, while others ran aground […]

November 26, 2020

Just 1 Pakistani university is among the top 100 in Asia

What happened: According to the QS Asia University Ranking 2021 the National University of Science and Technology (NUST) is the only Pakistani university to be ranked among the top 100 universities in Asia. The annual ranking for the 2021 edition was released on Wednesday. It features 650 universities from across 18 locations across Asia. Among them […]

November 26, 2020

25 years old, South Korean online sex trafficker jailed for 40 years in prison

What happened: South Korean court has sentenced the mastermind of one of the country’s biggest online sex abuse rings to 40 years in jail. Cho Ju-bin was found guilty of running a group which blackmailed girls into sharing sexual videos that were then posted in pay-to-view chat rooms. At least 10,000 people used the chatrooms, […]

November 26, 2020

This Ugandan rapper is leading a revolt against the only remaining dictator in East Africa

Background: 18 November 2020, seven protesters were killed by police and dozens were injured in protests that broke out across Uganda, over the arrest of popular musician and presidential candidate Bobi Wine. Bobi Wine, real name Robert Kyagulanyi is a former rapper who is running against President Yoweri Museveni. President Yoweri has ruled the country […]

November 26, 2020

6 Pakistani cricket players in New Zealand test positive for coronavirus

What happened: 6 players of the Pakistani cricket team, currently on tour in New Zealand, have tested positive for the coronavirus. New Zealand Cricket (NZC) posted a statement on its website stating that it was, “made aware today that six members of the Pakistan touring squad, currently in managed isolation in Christchurch, have tested positive […]

November 26, 2020

HEC Pakistan will not recognize 2-years bachelor degree (BA/BSc) programmes taken after 2018

What happened: On Wednesday, The Higher Education Commission (HEC) has announced that it will not recognize two-year bachelors’ degrees issued to students enrolled in such programmes after the 2018 academic year. In this regard, the commission has written a letter to all public and private sector degree awarding institutions directing them to immediately stop such […]

November 26, 2020

Pakistan to acquire test kits that can detect Covid-19 in 20 minutes

What happened: The Drug Regulatory Authority of Pakistan (DRAP) has stated that approval has been given for the registration of the rapid test kit. The chief executive officer (CEO) of DRAP Asim Rauf said that with the virus detection time cut down to 20 minutes people will no longer have to wait for 24 hours or […]

November 26, 2020

PTM leader, Mohsin Dawar parted ways from Pakistan Democratic Movement once and for all

What happened: Pashtun Tahafuz Movement leader Mohsin Dawar decided to part ways from an 11-party alliance of Pakistan Democratic Movement.  On Tuesday, Dawar made this announcement on his official twitter account and also presented a series of reasons for it. The most prominent reason behind his departure was the unease and discontentment other political parties […]

November 25, 2020

Fawad Chaudhry announces gaming and animation programme for the youth

What happened: The Federal Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry announced a government programme for video game and animation enthusiasts, via a tweet, on the 25th of November. In his tweet Fawad Chaudhry stated, “If you are not interested in reading, instead you are interested in video games on your phone, then get ready, […]

November 25, 2020

‘Biggest’ gold heist in Islamabad’s history occurs

What happened: Unidentified men looted Rs. 45 million worth of gold and cash from a jewellery store in Islamabad, on Monday. The Khosar police registered a case on Tuesday, and is searching for the criminals involved in the theft. Honey Jewellers was the store that was robbed. The robbers stole 400 tolas of gold and […]

November 25, 2020

Scotland made history by becoming the first country in the world to make access to free period products as a legal right

What happened:  Scotland has become the first country to allow free and universal access to menstrual products, including tampons and pads, in public facilities, a landmark victory for the global movement against period poverty. Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland’s first minister, posted on Twitter shortly after the vote on Tuesday evening that she was “proud to vote […]

November 25, 2020

Mahira Khan and Sania Nishtar among BBC’s 100 most influential women of 2020

Actress Mahira Khan and Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Poverty Alleviation and Social Protection, Sania Nishtar, are both on the BBC’s list of the 100 most influential women for 2020. Sania Nishtar has been added to the list owing to her work as head of the Ehsaas Poverty Alleviation Programme, which provided monetary […]

November 25, 2020

Pakistan will not consider any Israeli Policy without Palestinian independence, Foreign Ministry debunked Israeli acceptance rumor

What happened: On Tuesday, The Foreign Office debunked the rumor that Pakistan might be considering to accept Israel as a sovereign state. FO spokesperson said that Prime Minister Imran Khan’s “statements in this context have been clear and unequivocal” Background: The statement comes a day after reports came out regarding Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s […]

November 25, 2020

PTV chairman, Naeem Bukhari hinted that opposition won’t enjoy any spotlight on PTV whatsoever

What happened: Newly appointed chairman of Pakistan Television Naeem Bukhari has hinted at total ‘blackout’ of the opposition on PTV. While talking to reporters outside Supreme Court, Naeem Bukhari confirmed the rumors. He was asked whether the opposition will be given equal representation on PTV?  To which he replied, “No, PTV is a state-run television […]

November 24, 2020

Prime Minister gives green light to start vaccine production process in Pakistan

Prime Minister Imran Khan has directed the Ministry of health to start the coronavirus vaccine production process, via a letter he wrote to them. The Prime Minister has told Health Ministry officials to start preparing proposals for the production of a vaccine. Officials have been directed to prepare proposals after consulting about the vaccine with […]

November 24, 2020

Lahore High Court suspended Federal Board of Revenue’s notice to audit Jahangir Tareen sugar mills

What happened:  On Monday, The Lahore High Court suspended a notice issued by the Inland Revenue department of the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) to a sugar mill of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf’s senior leader Jahangir Khan Tareen for audit. Why: The JDW Sugar Mills had filed a petition and submitted through its counsel that the FBR […]

November 24, 2020

Senior Journalist, Kamran Khan believe that Pakistan should revisit it’s Israel policy for “greater good”

Muslim world is facing an intense dilemma amid a raging pandemic and it’s not concerned with the lives of people which are literally on stake because of lack of resources and faith. This dilemma revolves around Israel recognition as a sovereign state by Muslim nations. Recently a news regarding Israel recognition by Pakistan surfaced mainstream […]

November 24, 2020

Prime Minister Imran Khan approves law allowing rapists to be castrated

On the 24th of November, a law allowing for the castration of convicted rapists was approved, in principle, by Prime Minister Imran Khan. The law was presented in a federal cabinet meeting by the law ministry, it was part of a proposed anti-rape ordinance. Other laws in the draft include increased role of women in […]

November 24, 2020

Kaavan, the ‘lonely elephant’ serenaded for the final time at farewell party

Kaavan, the ‘loney elephant’s’, well-wishers and government officials gathered at Marghazar Zoo for Kaavan’s farewell party, on Monday. After 35 harrowing years at the zoo, Kaavan is finally set to depart this week for his retirement in Cambodia. Years of campaigning by animal rights activists and international pop star Cher led to permission being granted […]

November 24, 2020

Lahore police thwart terrorist’s attempt to attack police station

The officers of a Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) police station thwarted an attack by an armed terrorist on the their Burki Road police station, in Lahore. This incident took place in the early hours of the morning, today, on the 24th of November. CTD police officials state that the terrorist attempted to infiltrate the police station and […]

November 23, 2020

Guatemala Congress set on fire by protesters during budget protests

What happened: Protesters broke into Guatemala’s congress and burned part of the building amid growing demonstrations against President Alejandro Giammattei and the legislature for approving a budget that cut educational and health spending. When: The incident on Saturday came as about 10,000 people were protesting in front of the National Palace against corruption and the […]

November 23, 2020

PTI extremely upset with BBC for ‘biased’ article

The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) has strongly denounced what they term an “extremely biased” article from the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). The PTI’s upset stems from their view that the article only reports the narrative of the opposition parties, uncritically. The article in question is titled “Pakistan opposition seeks end to Imran Khan’s ‘puppet’ rule“, and […]

November 23, 2020

Canada legalized the use of psychedelic mushrooms for medical purposes

What happened: The Canadian government is allowing patients who are not terminally ill to legally consume psychedelic mushrooms. This act will provide legal access to shrooms for therapeutic reasons. Psilocybin, the active ingredient in mushrooms, is illegal to produce, possess, and sell in Canada; typically the only exception is for approved research purposes.  Health Canada […]

November 23, 2020

1300 year old Hindu temple unearthed in Pakistan

Pakistani and Italian archeologists have discovered a 1300 year old Hindu temple in the Swat district of Pakistan. The discovery of this temple was made during an ongoing excavation project in Barikot, at the top of Ghundai Hill. A  water reservoir and a Ghaznavid military watchtower dating back to the Gandhara-era were also found during […]

November 23, 2020

Karachi’s new city plan will put the local fishermen’s lives and resources at risk

What happened: Last month, the federal government issued an order, taking over the twin islands of Bundal and Buddo, locally known as Bhandar and Dingi, which form part of the Indus delta, where the river flows into the Arabian Sea in southern Sindh. The government plans is to build a city to “surpass Dubai”, and […]

November 23, 2020

Shireen Mazari forced to apologise to France after likening the French President to a Nazi

The Federal Human Rights Minister, Shireen Mazari issued an apology and clarification to with regards to her tweet likening the French President to a Nazi. In the now deleted tweet, the minister had stated that, “Macron is doing to Muslims what the Nazis did to the Jews — Muslim children will get ID numbers (other […]

November 21, 2020

‘World’s loneliest elephant’ on the way to be lonely no more

Kavaan, an elephant at Marghazar Zoo, who had been dubbed the ‘world’s loneliest elephant’ is on track to finally be let out of his solitary confinement. After the Islamabad High Court, in May, ruled that Kavaan and all the other animals at Marghazar Zoo must be released or relocated to another facility with better conditions. […]

November 21, 2020

Punjab government hid almost 300 Coronavirus deaths, audit report reveals

An audit report has revealed that almost 300 coronavirus deaths were not reported by the Punjab government. This has prompted serious controversy and criticism around the Punjab government’s data entry system. Up until the 19th of November, the Punjab government maintained that the number of Covid-19 related deaths was 2,519. However, the coronavirus death toll […]

November 21, 2020

Experts warn global leaders that ‘preparation for genocide of Muslims underway in India’

International experts believe that the 200 million Indian muslims living under the Modi regime are facing the threat of genocide. Dr Gregory Stanton, the founder and president of Genocide Watch, said: “Preparation for genocide is definitely under way in India”. Dr. Stanton and other experts on genocidal violence voiced their concerns at a panel discussion, […]

November 21, 2020

Teenage boy murdered a Ahmadi Doctor and injured three over religious differences

What happened: On Friday, a doctor belonging to the Ahmadiyya community was shot dead while his father and two uncles were badly injured when a teenage boy opened fire on them in their home in Punjab’s Nankana Sahib district. Reports: According to the police report, Dr Tahir Mehmood and his family were offering Friday prayer […]

November 20, 2020

Indonesians are putting their cats in hijabs and it’s hilarious

The internet is obsessed with cats, fact. But now a new cat centric trend has popped up on Indonesian Twitter, where people are dressing their cats up in traditional Indonesian garb including hijabs. View this post on Instagram A post shared by usingcloath pet's wear (@usingcloath_petswear) Twitter user @txtdarionlshop posted a few pictures of cats […]

November 20, 2020

People in ghost costumes scaring the quarantine violators in a small town of Indonesia

What happened: A small town in Indonesia has reportedly using volunteers dressed as ghosts to try to scare people into social distancing over the coronavirus.  In Indonesian folklore, ghostly figures known as “pocong” are said to represent the trapped souls of the dead.The initiative was organised by the head of a youth group in coordination […]

November 20, 2020

Write an email or tweet, save a life—Amnesty International’s Write for Rights campaign

These days it feels like the world is perpetually on fire, there’s a hurricane somewhere, the threat of civil war elsewhere and no end in sight. With the advent of smartphones and social media news spreads faster than ever, in just a few seconds one can know exactly what’s happening on the other side of […]

November 20, 2020

A Japanese student hired a body double to take online classes for him and remain successful for two semesters

What happened: Tokyo’s Kaisei Senior High School recently found that one of its registered students had not been attending classes and that another boy was pretending to be him. A representative from the school told Japanese newspaper The Mainichi that the boy who took the entrance exam on Feb. 10 and the one who had […]

November 20, 2020

This young Afghan woman opens an Art gallery to create jobs, and hope, during the pandemic

What happened: Marzia Panahi is a young afghan woman who has opened a small art gallery in the Afghan capital. She has employed a dozen young artists in her gallery.  Panahi set up the Namad Gallery at the high time of the coronavirus pandemic back in September. Her aim was to revive the use of […]

November 20, 2020

Tech companies threatens to pull out of Pakistan over govt’s new social media rules

What happened:  On Thursday, the Government of Pakistan presented some rules that define how social media will be governed. After the decision came out many big tech companies announced that these regulations would make it difficult for them to continue their operations in the country. Tech companies are threatening to pull out their stocks from […]

November 20, 2020

Singapore activist fined $3,500 for staging one-man protest with a smiley face sign poster

What happened: Singapore government charged an activist for staging a one-man protest without a permit over an incident in which he held up a sign bearing a crudely drawn smiley face outside a police station. Jolovan Wham was sentenced last year to a fine of Sg$5,000 (US$3,500) following a conviction for contempt of court — […]

November 20, 2020

Pope’s Instagram likes racy photo of brazilian model, sends the Vatican into a tizzy

Recently, the Pope’s official instagram account liked a racy photo of a scantily clad brazilian model. It is not clear when exactly this photo was liked, but it was still visible on the 13th of November before it was unliked the next day. The Vatican launched an investigation to probe how this situation occurred. However, […]

November 19, 2020

Iraq-Saudi Arabia restored border crossing for trades and business after 30 years

What happened: On Wednesday, the Iraqi border ports commission said that Iraq and Saudi Arabia had opened the Arar border crossing for trade for the first time in three decades. Background: Arar had been closed since 1990, when the Kingdom severed ties with Iraq after Saddam Hussein’s invasion of Kuwait. Rapprochement began in 2015, when […]

November 19, 2020

Israel and Bahrain pledged to establish embassies and issue visas in the following months

What happened: On Wednesday, Bahrain and Israel said they would open embassies, establish online visa systems and launch weekly flights between the countries soon, in a broadened cooperation promoted by Washington as an economic boon. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo reiterated America’s support for the normalization of relations between Israel and Bahrain during talks […]

November 19, 2020

Prolific paedophile Sohail Ayaz sentenced to death

Paedophile Sohail Ayaz was sentenced to death on Wednesday, the 18th of November, by a trial court in Rawalpindi. He was sentenced to death on three counts, in addition to being handed down three sentences of rigorous imprisonment for the crimes of abducting and raping young boys and subsequently distributing videos of these vile acts. […]

November 19, 2020

Jamat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed sentenced to five years in jail by Anti-Terrorism Court Pakistan

What happened:   On Thursday Mumbai terror attack mastermind and Jamat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed was sentenced to 10 years in jail by an anti-terrorism court in Pakistan in two more terror cases. Saeed, a UN designated terrorist whom the US has placed a USD 10 million bounty on, was arrested on July 17 last […]

November 19, 2020

This Palestinian mother is the first female taxi driver in the Gaza Strip

What happened: Nayla Abu Jubbah, a Palestinian mother-of-five launched a small revolution this week by becoming the first female taxi driver in the conservative Gaza Strip. Abu Jubbah does not cruise the streets for fares, taking only advance bookings. “I leave my home and I will pick up my clients, to bring them for example […]

November 19, 2020

Prime Minister Imran Khan made its first visit to Afghanistan for peace talk

What happened: Prime Minister Imran Khan visits the Afghan capital, Kabul for delegation-level talks with President Ashraf Ghani on bilateral ties, the stuttering Afghan peace process and other issues. This will be the PM’s first visit to Afghanistan since assuming office over two years ago. It is the highest-profile visit by a Pakistani official to […]

November 19, 2020

Female students allegedly being harassed in Karakoram International University

Female students at Karakoram International University are allegedly being harassed by a staff member at their university. Female students at Karakoram International University (KIU) are allegedly being harassed by a staff member at their university, according to a letter written by one of the students. The letter was reposted by on twitter by a member […]

November 19, 2020

A Pakistani high-end restaurant owner in Washington D.C. is feeding the homeless and poor for free

Kazi Mannan is the owner of Sakina Halal Grill which is one the best food destinations in Washington D.C. This restaurant is very high-end and lavish but its mission is more than just to serve food to the customers. Kazi Mannan recently gave an interview to a local channel and explained his mission, which is […]

November 19, 2020

UAE has suspended the issuance of visit visa to Pakistan

What happened: On Wednesday Foreign Office Spokesperson Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri revealed that, United Arab Emirates has temporarily suspended the issuance of visit visas to Pakistan, including a dozen of other countries, until further notice. Why:  Chaudhri said in a statement that the decision by the UAE authorities is   “believed to be related to the second […]

November 18, 2020

Anonymous hacked Sindh Govt. Investment Department website for the 4th time now

What happened: On Tuesday evening, a government website (https://sindhinvestment.gos.pk/) belonging to the investment department of the government of Sindh was hacked by Anonymous hackers as a result of a cyber-attack. Hacked By Anonymous. This is a warning message to Pakistan Government,” screams the message when you opens https://sindhinvestment.gos.pk/ “Student Lives are no joke! Shut the […]

November 18, 2020

It was very easy to raid Pakistan during Osama Bin Laden arrest, Ex-President Barack Obama shared details in his memoir

What happened: Barack Obama’s memoir “A Promised Land” was released on Tuesday and gives a detailed account of the raid by American commandos that killed the world’s most wanted terrorist on May 2, 2011 inside his compound in Abbottabad. The former US president said that the top secret operation, in Abbottabad, was opposed by the […]

November 18, 2020

New Zealand Police introduce the option of Hijab in their official uniform

The New Zealand Police, for the first time in their history, have given a muslim officer an official police branded hijab. Zeena Ali, a thirty year old muslim woman, applied to join the New Zealand Police after the Christchurch terror attacks. She will become the first officer in New Zealand to wear a hijab as […]

November 18, 2020

An Indian airplane flight from Riyadh to Delhi makes emergency landing in Karachi

What happened: A GoAir Riyadh-Delhi flight diverted to the Karachi airport after a medical emergency was reported onboard, Some reports stated that the flight G8- 6658A- took off from Riyadh in afternoon but had to make an emergency landing after a 30 year old passenger, Muhammad Nowshad fainted and died on board due to cardiac […]

November 18, 2020

Trump fired Cybersecurity head for debunking conspiracy theories about the US elections

What happened: Donald Trump has fired the director of the federal agency that vouched for the reliability of the 2020 election and pushed back on the president’s baseless claims of voter fraud. CISA Director Christopher Krebs had recently consulted with the White House over his agency’s Rumor Control blog, which rebuts false claims of election […]

November 18, 2020

Please be aware, the ‘mouthwash kills covid story’ isn’t a reason to stop wearing masks

Many news outlets have posted, recently, that mouthwash can kill coronavirus particles in your mouth. This however is not a cure nor is it going to protect you from corona. Although the internet seems to have run with joke now. So they’re saying Listerine could kill COVID. This isn’t surprising to me, as I’m pretty […]

November 18, 2020

Pakistan has reserved $100m to buy Covid-19 vaccine

What happened: After eight months of havoc by coronavirus, scientists are moving towards an optimistic route where experimental vaccines are showing positive results.  Till now the estimated cost of the Covid-19 vaccine is not available, but Prime Minister Imran Khan has approved a $100 million allocation and allowed advance payment for procurement of the vaccine […]

November 17, 2020

Pakistani Youtuber, Irfan Junejo did a comeback on his main channel because of a fan

What happened: Pakistani youtuber, Irfan Junejo did a comeback on his main channel after his fan requested to shoot a vlog with him/ How: Junejo uploaded a video on Monday in which he was at Indus Hospital to meet a fan. Hammad is currently under treatment in Indus Hospital and his doctor contacted Irfan Junejo […]

November 17, 2020

What can you fit in a teaspoon? The 3.3 million billion coronavirus particles wreaking havoc worldwide

All of the coronavirus cells currently infecting people worldwide can fit almost entirely in a teaspoon, according to TV mathematician Matt Parker. Despite the staggering number of coronavirus cases worldwide— 53 million— the microscopic size of the coronavirus cells mean that they can fit in a little more than a teaspoon. One teaspoon, on average, […]

November 17, 2020

This is why WHO is pushing countries to shut down educational institutions

What WHO is saying: The World Health Organization has declared educational institutions as a significant source of coronavirus transmission in the general population. WHO has expressed concern about the government’s failure to decide about school closures in light of the growing Covid-19 incidence in the country. The WHO representatives told the media that the Covid-19 […]

November 17, 2020

The U.S military is being accused of tracking muslims through religious apps like Muslim Pro

The U.S military has been buying data on people’s everyday movements, which has been mined from popular apps on their phone. One of the sources of data is an extremely popular Muslim prayer app, Muslim Pro, which has been downloaded 98 million times. Apps that appear to be innocuous like Muslim pro, a weather tracking […]

November 17, 2020

PTI won majority seats in the Gilgit-Baltistan elections

What happened: The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) has emerged as the single largest party in the elections for the Gilgit-Baltistan Legislative Assembly by securing 10 seats.  Meanwhile Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) which scored three seats and the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) two seats. Majlis Wahdatul Muslimeen (MWM) won one seat. Seven seats of the GBLA have […]

November 17, 2020

Tehreek-i-Labaik call off Faizabad protest after negotiating with the government

What happened: Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) has ended its Faizabad march/dhara in Islamabad shortly after a midnight announcement by its leader Khadim Hussain Rizvi. This announcement was made after the government negotiated with the leadership of TLP. The agreement with the TLP leaders was signed by Interior Minister Ijaz Shah, Minister for Religious Affair Noor-ul-Haq Qadri […]

November 16, 2020

PUBG launching Urdu voice packs for Pakistani players

Player’s Unknown Battleground (PUBG Mobile) announced, via twitter, that they will be launching Urdu language voice packs for Pakistani players. The voice packs will make the gaming experience better for players as they will be able to navigate the game easily and understand things quicker. Players will also have the opportunity to win a free […]

November 16, 2020

Violent clashes between TLP workers and police at Faizabad, as protest continues for second day

Dozens of police officers have been injured in violent clashes with Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) supporters, at Faizabad. The TLP protest against blasphemous caricatures published in France has continued for the second consecutive day, today. Videos from earlier today. Police reportedly used tear gas rubber bullets, and water cannons. @BBCUrdu reports that tear gas shells also […]

November 16, 2020

Body of raped 8 year old found in garbage can

The police have revealed that the body of an 8 year old was found in a garbage can in Monimpura, Lahore on Sunday. The police have revealed that the body of an 8 year old was found in a garbage can in Monimpura, Lahore on Sunday. The body was immediately moved to a hospital for […]

November 16, 2020

Government to establish special courts to fast track rape cases

The government has declared that it will promulgate an ordinance to set up special courts in order to fast track rape cases. The ordinance will also suggest steps for the protection of witnesses and the creation of a separate prosecution network for this purpose. This news comes after Prime Minister Imran Khan’s tweet announcing that […]

November 16, 2020

9th grader raped by extended family in Umerkot

A student of grade 9 was raped by extended family members on Saturday, according to a complaint filed with the Umerkot district police. The victim’s family stated that her uncles, Ali Hassan Bajeer and Faiz Muhammad Bajeer, climbed the wall of their house and raped the girl who had been asleep.  The rape survivor’s family […]

November 16, 2020

Is music streaming giant, Spotify, finally coming to Pakistan?

On the evening of the 15th of November Pakistani music lovers discovered a verified Instagram account for Spotify Pakistan. The account has no posts yet, and Spotify has not officially commented on their potential entry into the Pakistani market either. However, the verified Instagram account has garnered a lot of buzz on Pakistani social media, […]

November 14, 2020

Twitter is trolling an Indian right wing netizen for mistaking a Pakistani actor as a real army officer

What happened: It is a well-established fact that Indian right-wing extremists tend to go a bit overboard when it comes to supporting their form of patriotism. In doing so, they sometimes lose sight of reality itself. It’s not a secret that they have developed a strong hold in Indian politics through violence and oppression but  […]

November 14, 2020

You might not know what ‘revenge bedtime procrastination’ is, but you’re definitely doing it

What is revenge bedtime procrastination: Revenge bedtime procrastination is a term coined by the Chinese internet, and it represents the increasing phenomenon of people who intentionally refuse to go to bed early in order to regain some semblance of control over their lives. People who don’t have much control over their time in the morning […]

November 14, 2020

Punjab Police arrests close 150 Tehreek-i-Labaik members in crackdown

What happened:  On Friday, Police arrested more than 150 workers of Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) in order to prevent them from participating in a protest march against France today. According to media reports, police have arrested 60 workers from Rawalpindi, 30 from Attock, eight from Jhelum and 30 from Chakwal. It is also being reported that […]

November 14, 2020

Cambodians try to scare away the coronavirus with scarecrows

Ting Mong are the Cambodian version of scarecrows, they are made to resemble humans, more than the regular scarecrows that can be found in other countries, in an effort to trick evil spirits into believing that a place is being guarded. They are normally placed outside people’s homes in an effort to protect against evil […]

November 14, 2020

Pakistan and Indian armed forces exchanged fire along LoC, 10 dead and 30 injured

What happened: On Friday, Indian and Pakistani armed forces exchanged fire along the Line of Control (LoC) in Azad Jammu and Kashmir after Indian army resorted to “indiscriminate and unprovoked” shelling, targeting mainly the civilian areas in AJK.Around 30 civilians and five soldiers are wounded and a total 10 people have lost their lives. The casualties […]

November 14, 2020

Official data shows there are 11 rape cases reported in Pakistan everyday

Statistics obtained from the different organisations like the Police, Law, and Justice Commission of Pakistan, Human Rights Commission of Pakistan, Women’s Foundation, and provincial welfare agencies show that a minimum of 11 rape cases are reported in Pakistan everyday. This adds up to approximately 22, 000 rape cases reported to the police in the last […]

November 14, 2020

Kashmore incident’s main suspect killed by accomplice

What happened: The deputy inspector-general (DIG) of police for Larkana, Nasir Aftab told media, that the main suspect who was arrested following the Kashmore gang-rape, Rafiq Malik, was shot dead by an accomplice as police drove him to an area to identify the whereabouts of other another suspect. A second suspect has been identified as […]

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