Just a few days after the Data Darbar terrorist attack, Pakistan witnessed another attack on its soil. Gunmen stormed the hotel in Gwadar, killing one security guard, according to the ISPR. In a statement, Pakistan’s military said three armed men killed a security guard as they attempted to enter the Pearl Continental hotel on Saturday in the southern city.
A large number of people reached Al Aqsa mosque “despite checkpoints and a large security presence”. The prayers ended without any major incident. The site in Israel-occupied east Jerusalem is the third holiest in Islam and has proved a flashpoint in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The compound which includes Al-Aqsa is known to Jews as the Temple Mount, the holiest site in Judaism.
Pakistan fell 12 runs short of securing a memorable win over England in the second ODI in Southampton on Saturday, mustering 361 runs in response to the hosts’ 374-run target.
Pakistan needed 19 runs off the final over but managed just six, thanks to some excellent bowling by Chris Woakes (72-1 in 9 overs) as the pairing of captain Sarfaraz Ahmed and Hassan Ali failed to get their side over the line.
A video in which actors Saboor Aly and Saheefa Jabbar Khattak appear to be making fun of a window cleaner’s job has gone viral, with fans criticising the actors for their mockery of manual labour.
In the video that was uploaded on Saboor’s insta stories, Saheefa and Saboor are heard laughingly saying of a man wiping a window pane clean: “Kya kya khwab leke iss ki maa ne is ko ghar se bejha tha”, which loosely translates to “His mother must have had big dreams when she sent him to work.” It was later revealed that the man is actually a colleague of Saboor Aly, but many are stating that doesn’t excuse her behaviour.
Many have dragged the star for being elitist. She took to Instagram to say that an inside joke has been taken out of context.
The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority’s (PTA) long-anticipated Device Identification Registration and Blocking System (DIRBS) will become operational from December 1, it was announced on Wednesday.
The DIRBS is an indigenous solution aimed to combat the use of smuggled or counterfeit sets which either serve to reduce tax revenues for the state or pose health problems to unsuspecting consumers.