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Murderer must be charged with ATA: Mubasher Lucman

Mubasher Lucman in his Twitter message said that murderer of Noor Muqaddam must be charged with Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA). Moreover, he mentioned that neither police are producing the murderer’s cell phone nor charging him with ATA. In his tweet he said, “Please raise your voice this murderer must not get away”.  

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Afghan troopers take refuge in Pakistan

ISPR reported that the Pakistan army allowed 46 afghan army troopers to Pakistan. Afghan National Army (ANA) local Commander opposite Arundu Sector in Chitral requested Pak-army to give refuge for 46 military men and five police officers after they had lost hold on military posts along the Pak Afghan international border. Aghan soldiers were provided with food and proper medical treatment as well. 

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Tunisia president ousts government 

President of Tunisia Kais Saied ousted the government and froze the parliament with the support of the army and religious party. After this Tunisia is suffering from the worst crisis of its history. the head of the moderate Islamist Ennahda party and Parliament Speaker Rached Ghannouchi declared it an “assault on democracy” and he also directed the people of Tunisia to resist this rule. 

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New technology vaccine to treat malaria

BioNTech decides to develop the treatment of malaria by mRNA technology-based vaccine. BioNTech is the company that developed the COVID-19 vaccine with Pfizer. It will clinically test the mRNA technology-based malaria vaccine by the end of 2022. This company is exploring vaccine production in Africa to enhance the manufacturing capacity and to ease global access to the vaccine.

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US to continue airstrikes

U.S. Marine General Kenneth “Frank” McKenzie in a  press conference in Kabul said that the US will continue airstrikes against the Taliban to support Afghan forces. In his statement he mentioned, “The United States has increased airstrikes in support of Afghan forces over the last several days and we’re prepared to continue this heightened level of support in the coming weeks if the Taliban continue their attacks”. 

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Shafqat Mehmood summons inter-Provincial Education Ministers Conference 

Inter-Provincial Education Ministers Conference has been summoned which will be chaired by Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mahmood. In this meeting, members will take decisions about extensions in summer vacations. Due to the worsening conditions of coronavirus in Pakistan in meeting it will be suggested to extend summer vacations till 13th August. At this conference education ministers of all four provinces will be present.

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NCOC announces new drive for vaccination

The National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) announced a new strategy to vaccinate people in coronavirus hit areas across Pakistan. NCOC decided to lift lockdown from virus-hit areas after 100 percent vaccination of people. It also devised a door-to-door coronavirus vaccination drive during the smart lockdown. To carry this campaign mobile vaccination teams will be hired.

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GIDC to finance PSGP project

In a meeting of the Senate Standing Committee on Petroleum, Petroleum Division secretary Dr. Arshad Mahmood informed that Gas Infrastructure Development Cess (GIDC) will financially support the strategic joint project of Pakistan and Russia, Pakistan Stream Gas Pipeline (PSGP). The Ministry of Finance collected 321 billion under GIDC Act and senior officials also guarantee to provide the required funds for this project.  

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Significant surge in GB tourism

More than 700,000 local and foreign tourists visited Gilgit Baltistan during this summer and got mesmerized by its beautiful mountains and eye-catchy weather. Gilgit-Baltistan’s Minister for Tourism, Sports, Culture, Archeology, and Youth Affairs Raja Nasir Ali Khan reported that Gilgit Baltistan this season reported a significant surge in tourism that helped the sector revive which was badly affected due to coronavirus last year. 

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Pakistani mountaineer’s dead body recovered

Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) information minister Fatehullah Khan reported that the dead body of the missing Pakistani mountaineer Muhammad Ali Sadpara has been discovered below 300m from the bottleneck K-2. He also informed that the dead bodies of his two companions John Snorri Sigurjónsson of Iceland and Juan Pablo Mohr Prieto of Chile have also been found. 

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More than 30 NADRA officials arrested 

In a press conference, Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed reported that 39 NADRA officials were arrested in Karachi for issuing fake identity cards. Moreover, he said that the same action will also be taken in other cities as well. He also mentioned that the government is planning to introduce a new system of verification, correction, and renewal of identity cards. 

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Blinken to raise issue of human rights in India

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken will visit New Delhi for the first time on the 27th of July and will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar. Senior US official reported that during his visit Antony Blinken will raise the matter of human rights violations. Dean Thompson said, “With respect to the human rights and democracy question, yes, you’re right; I will tell you that we will raise it”.

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Pakistan to sign memorandum with EDB of Bahrain

In the second session of the Pakistan-Bahrain Joint Ministerial Commission, the board of investment will sign a memorandum with the Economic Development Board of Bahrain. According to this memorandum, Pakistan and Bahrain will collaboratively work on different projects and will also work on activities of mutual interests. This agreement will also promote foreign investment in Pakistan. 

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Pakistan to expand electric vehicle charging infrastructure

To expand electric vehicle charging infrastructure Zi Solar Pvt Ltd signed an agreement with a Korean company Aeonus Co Ltd. Zi Solar Pvt Ltd provides solutions for renewable energy in Pakistan whereas Aeonus Co Ltd is known worldwide for its renewable energy. This partnership will also make progress in the research and development field to promote the government’s objective of a pollution-free environment.

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Accused confessed to killing Noor Muqaddam

Significant progress has been made in the Noor Muaddam case as suspect Zahir Jaffer in physical remand confessed to killing Noor Muqaddam. Police also discovered video evidence in which Zahir Jaffer was torturing the victim. During the investigation, the accused gave different reasons for killing Noor Muqaddam. It is reported that the victim was tortured by Zahir Jaffer before guards but none of them stopped him.     

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FM Saudi Arabia to visit Pakistan

Saudi Federal Minister Faisel bin Farhan will visit Pakistan tomorrow at the invitation of Pakistan Federal Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi. Pakistan FM had requested him many times to come to Pakistan. It will be his second visit to Pakistan. FO tweeted that both federal ministers will exchange views on the entire gamut of Pak-Saudi ties and regional and international issues.

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Sheikh Rasheed Talks to media about Noor Muqaddam Case

In the press conference, Interior minister Pakistan, Sheikh Rasheed said that Zahir Jaffer’s name has been placed on PNIL and Blacklist. His name will also be placed on the ECL. He added, “it is my wish that there should be a death penalty on the spot for a killer, bring China’s system to Pakistan. There should not be bail, that’s why I put Zahir Jaffer on the PNIL.”

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Famous Pakistani actor tested Positive

A well-known Pakistani actor Adnan Siddiqui has tested positive for Covid-19. In his Instagram post, he said, “I tested positive today, thankfully with a mild infection and immediately placed myself in isolation”. He requested everyone who came in contact with him in the last few days to get tested. Other prominent stars wish him a speedy recovery in the comment section.

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Pakistan vs WI T20I series schedule revised

Pakistan and West Indies T20I match series schedule revised. Now there will be a four-match series instead of five. This change was due to the ongoing series between Australia and the West Indies. Both teams will play their first T20I match on 28th July, while the remaining three matches will be played at the Guyana National Stadium on July 31, August 1, and August 3 respectively.

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PML-N leader granted bail

PML-N Leader Atta Tarar and other supporters of the party are granted interim bail today. Local Magistrate Asif Khan granted bail to the PML-N Leader. Police had arrested Atta Tarar with his supporters in Gujranwala due to misbehaving with Police officers. The PML-N activists raised slogans against the government outside the court building. Maryam Nawaz had also condemned the arrest on Twitter.

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PTI Victory in AJK Elections 2021

Pakistan Tehreek Insaf won the Kashmir elections with 26 seats out of 45 by leading all other Parties. PPP got eleven seats and Pakistan Muslim League Noon has secured six seats. The Jammu and Kashmir people’s party and All Jammu and Kashmir Muslim conference managed to gain one seat each according to the unofficial results.

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Talha Talib Hero of Pakistan

Talha Talib comes in fifth place in the heavyweight lifting in Tokyo Olympics 2020. He lifted 170kg in his final attempt to have an overall lift of 320kg. He missed the Bronze medal by just 2kg and came in 5th position in the competition. Talha Talib could not win a medal for Pakistan, but he made the whole of Pakistan proud.

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COVID-19 positivity rate on the rise

Covid-19 Positive cases ratio has increased up to 7.5%. Total tests conducted in the last 24 hours were 49,947 across the country, in which there were 3,752 positive cases. 32 people died due to coronavirus in Pakistan, bringing the total number of deaths to 23,048. Furthermore, 927,599 people have recovered from the coronavirus in Pakistan.

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New vaccine plant in Chile

Chilean authorities announced that the Sinovac company of China is constructing a new vaccine plant in Chile. It is expected that this plant will begin to produce doses of vaccine at the beginning of 2022. Executives of China’s Sinovac visited different sites near Santiago and Chile’s northern desert for the construction of the plant.   

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Heavy rains cause calamities in India

Torrential monsoon rains caused floods and landslides in India. The death toll due to natural calamities has risen to 125 and several people are still missing. Rescue teams are struggling to reach submerged houses by removing sludge and detritus to rescue people. In Maharashtra, several rivers are in danger of bursting out of their banks.   

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Moon-forming region detected beyond our solar system

Scientists for the first time detected a Moon-forming region around a newborn planet in another solar system. Scientists reported that orange-colored star PDS 70 is about 5 million years old and has equal mass as our sun. It is about 370 light-years away from Earth. They spotted a disk of gases and dust by ALMA in Chile’s Atacama desert.

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BSEK announces intermediate exam schedule 

The Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) chairman Professor Dr. Saeeduddin declared that the examination of the intermediate first-year will be held on the 26th of July as scheduled. He said that just after the examination of the intermediate second-year, the examination of the first year will be held. Moreover, he mentioned that all preparations have been made including roll number slips and admit cards.

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FO spokesperson rejected remarks of Indian minister

Foreign Office spokesperson responded to the queries of the Indian state minister for External Affairs and declared his remarks baseless and irresponsible. In recent days, the Indian state minister made disparaging arguments against Pakistan over which FO spokesperson claimed that such baseless arguments by India cannot deny the bitter reality of the violence of India and violation of human rights in Indian occupied Kashmir. 

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MQM guard opens fire on boy

The security guard of a member of Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan Khawaja Izharul Hassan opened fire on a delivery boy. Police reported that the delivery boy rang the doorbell three to four times over which he became angry and opened fire at him. Police also reported that Khawaja Izharul Hassan resisted and the original accused fled the police. 

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Number of quarantined patients increases

Due to the 4th wave of coronavirus and fetal delta variant, the number of infected patients has increased. Around 51,262 people are in quarantine and more than 2,860 are still under critical medical care. Sindh has the highest number of quarantine patients that is 33,68. NIH reported that 267 infected patients are on ventilators across Pakistan. 

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Murderer must be charged with ATA: Mubasher Lucman

Mubasher Lucman in his Twitter message said that murderer of Noor Muqaddam must be charged with Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA). Moreover, he mentioned that neither police are producing the murderer’s cell phone nor charging him with ATA. In his tweet he said, “Please raise your voice this murderer must not get away”.  

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Afghan troopers take refuge in Pakistan

ISPR reported that the Pakistan army allowed 46 afghan army troopers to Pakistan. Afghan National Army (ANA) local Commander opposite Arundu Sector in Chitral requested Pak-army to give refuge for 46 military men and five police officers after they had lost hold on military posts along the Pak Afghan international border. Aghan soldiers were provided with food and proper medical treatment as well. 

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Tunisia president ousts government 

President of Tunisia Kais Saied ousted the government and froze the parliament with the support of the army and religious party. After this Tunisia is suffering from the worst crisis of its history. the head of the moderate Islamist Ennahda party and Parliament Speaker Rached Ghannouchi declared it an “assault on democracy” and he also directed the people of Tunisia to resist this rule. 

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New technology vaccine to treat malaria

BioNTech decides to develop the treatment of malaria by mRNA technology-based vaccine. BioNTech is the company that developed the COVID-19 vaccine with Pfizer. It will clinically test the mRNA technology-based malaria vaccine by the end of 2022. This company is exploring vaccine production in Africa to enhance the manufacturing capacity and to ease global access to the vaccine.

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US to continue airstrikes

U.S. Marine General Kenneth “Frank” McKenzie in a  press conference in Kabul said that the US will continue airstrikes against the Taliban to support Afghan forces. In his statement he mentioned, “The United States has increased airstrikes in support of Afghan forces over the last several days and we’re prepared to continue this heightened level of support in the coming weeks if the Taliban continue their attacks”. 

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Shafqat Mehmood summons inter-Provincial Education Ministers Conference 

Inter-Provincial Education Ministers Conference has been summoned which will be chaired by Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mahmood. In this meeting, members will take decisions about extensions in summer vacations. Due to the worsening conditions of coronavirus in Pakistan in meeting it will be suggested to extend summer vacations till 13th August. At this conference education ministers of all four provinces will be present.

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NCOC announces new drive for vaccination

The National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) announced a new strategy to vaccinate people in coronavirus hit areas across Pakistan. NCOC decided to lift lockdown from virus-hit areas after 100 percent vaccination of people. It also devised a door-to-door coronavirus vaccination drive during the smart lockdown. To carry this campaign mobile vaccination teams will be hired.

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GIDC to finance PSGP project

In a meeting of the Senate Standing Committee on Petroleum, Petroleum Division secretary Dr. Arshad Mahmood informed that Gas Infrastructure Development Cess (GIDC) will financially support the strategic joint project of Pakistan and Russia, Pakistan Stream Gas Pipeline (PSGP). The Ministry of Finance collected 321 billion under GIDC Act and senior officials also guarantee to provide the required funds for this project.  

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Significant surge in GB tourism

More than 700,000 local and foreign tourists visited Gilgit Baltistan during this summer and got mesmerized by its beautiful mountains and eye-catchy weather. Gilgit-Baltistan’s Minister for Tourism, Sports, Culture, Archeology, and Youth Affairs Raja Nasir Ali Khan reported that Gilgit Baltistan this season reported a significant surge in tourism that helped the sector revive which was badly affected due to coronavirus last year. 

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Pakistani mountaineer’s dead body recovered

Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) information minister Fatehullah Khan reported that the dead body of the missing Pakistani mountaineer Muhammad Ali Sadpara has been discovered below 300m from the bottleneck K-2. He also informed that the dead bodies of his two companions John Snorri Sigurjónsson of Iceland and Juan Pablo Mohr Prieto of Chile have also been found. 

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More than 30 NADRA officials arrested 

In a press conference, Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed reported that 39 NADRA officials were arrested in Karachi for issuing fake identity cards. Moreover, he said that the same action will also be taken in other cities as well. He also mentioned that the government is planning to introduce a new system of verification, correction, and renewal of identity cards. 

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Blinken to raise issue of human rights in India

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken will visit New Delhi for the first time on the 27th of July and will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar. Senior US official reported that during his visit Antony Blinken will raise the matter of human rights violations. Dean Thompson said, “With respect to the human rights and democracy question, yes, you’re right; I will tell you that we will raise it”.

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Pakistan to sign memorandum with EDB of Bahrain

In the second session of the Pakistan-Bahrain Joint Ministerial Commission, the board of investment will sign a memorandum with the Economic Development Board of Bahrain. According to this memorandum, Pakistan and Bahrain will collaboratively work on different projects and will also work on activities of mutual interests. This agreement will also promote foreign investment in Pakistan. 

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Pakistan to expand electric vehicle charging infrastructure

To expand electric vehicle charging infrastructure Zi Solar Pvt Ltd signed an agreement with a Korean company Aeonus Co Ltd. Zi Solar Pvt Ltd provides solutions for renewable energy in Pakistan whereas Aeonus Co Ltd is known worldwide for its renewable energy. This partnership will also make progress in the research and development field to promote the government’s objective of a pollution-free environment.

pic from google

Accused confessed to killing Noor Muqaddam

Significant progress has been made in the Noor Muaddam case as suspect Zahir Jaffer in physical remand confessed to killing Noor Muqaddam. Police also discovered video evidence in which Zahir Jaffer was torturing the victim. During the investigation, the accused gave different reasons for killing Noor Muqaddam. It is reported that the victim was tortured by Zahir Jaffer before guards but none of them stopped him.     

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FM Saudi Arabia to visit Pakistan

Saudi Federal Minister Faisel bin Farhan will visit Pakistan tomorrow at the invitation of Pakistan Federal Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi. Pakistan FM had requested him many times to come to Pakistan. It will be his second visit to Pakistan. FO tweeted that both federal ministers will exchange views on the entire gamut of Pak-Saudi ties and regional and international issues.

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Sheikh Rasheed Talks to media about Noor Muqaddam Case

In the press conference, Interior minister Pakistan, Sheikh Rasheed said that Zahir Jaffer’s name has been placed on PNIL and Blacklist. His name will also be placed on the ECL. He added, “it is my wish that there should be a death penalty on the spot for a killer, bring China’s system to Pakistan. There should not be bail, that’s why I put Zahir Jaffer on the PNIL.”

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Famous Pakistani actor tested Positive

A well-known Pakistani actor Adnan Siddiqui has tested positive for Covid-19. In his Instagram post, he said, “I tested positive today, thankfully with a mild infection and immediately placed myself in isolation”. He requested everyone who came in contact with him in the last few days to get tested. Other prominent stars wish him a speedy recovery in the comment section.

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Pakistan vs WI T20I series schedule revised

Pakistan and West Indies T20I match series schedule revised. Now there will be a four-match series instead of five. This change was due to the ongoing series between Australia and the West Indies. Both teams will play their first T20I match on 28th July, while the remaining three matches will be played at the Guyana National Stadium on July 31, August 1, and August 3 respectively.

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PML-N leader granted bail

PML-N Leader Atta Tarar and other supporters of the party are granted interim bail today. Local Magistrate Asif Khan granted bail to the PML-N Leader. Police had arrested Atta Tarar with his supporters in Gujranwala due to misbehaving with Police officers. The PML-N activists raised slogans against the government outside the court building. Maryam Nawaz had also condemned the arrest on Twitter.

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PTI Victory in AJK Elections 2021

Pakistan Tehreek Insaf won the Kashmir elections with 26 seats out of 45 by leading all other Parties. PPP got eleven seats and Pakistan Muslim League Noon has secured six seats. The Jammu and Kashmir people’s party and All Jammu and Kashmir Muslim conference managed to gain one seat each according to the unofficial results.

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Talha Talib Hero of Pakistan

Talha Talib comes in fifth place in the heavyweight lifting in Tokyo Olympics 2020. He lifted 170kg in his final attempt to have an overall lift of 320kg. He missed the Bronze medal by just 2kg and came in 5th position in the competition. Talha Talib could not win a medal for Pakistan, but he made the whole of Pakistan proud.

pic from google

COVID-19 positivity rate on the rise

Covid-19 Positive cases ratio has increased up to 7.5%. Total tests conducted in the last 24 hours were 49,947 across the country, in which there were 3,752 positive cases. 32 people died due to coronavirus in Pakistan, bringing the total number of deaths to 23,048. Furthermore, 927,599 people have recovered from the coronavirus in Pakistan.

pic from google

New vaccine plant in Chile

Chilean authorities announced that the Sinovac company of China is constructing a new vaccine plant in Chile. It is expected that this plant will begin to produce doses of vaccine at the beginning of 2022. Executives of China’s Sinovac visited different sites near Santiago and Chile’s northern desert for the construction of the plant.   

pic from google

Heavy rains cause calamities in India

Torrential monsoon rains caused floods and landslides in India. The death toll due to natural calamities has risen to 125 and several people are still missing. Rescue teams are struggling to reach submerged houses by removing sludge and detritus to rescue people. In Maharashtra, several rivers are in danger of bursting out of their banks.   

pic from google

Moon-forming region detected beyond our solar system

Scientists for the first time detected a Moon-forming region around a newborn planet in another solar system. Scientists reported that orange-colored star PDS 70 is about 5 million years old and has equal mass as our sun. It is about 370 light-years away from Earth. They spotted a disk of gases and dust by ALMA in Chile’s Atacama desert.

pic from google

BSEK announces intermediate exam schedule 

The Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) chairman Professor Dr. Saeeduddin declared that the examination of the intermediate first-year will be held on the 26th of July as scheduled. He said that just after the examination of the intermediate second-year, the examination of the first year will be held. Moreover, he mentioned that all preparations have been made including roll number slips and admit cards.

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FO spokesperson rejected remarks of Indian minister

Foreign Office spokesperson responded to the queries of the Indian state minister for External Affairs and declared his remarks baseless and irresponsible. In recent days, the Indian state minister made disparaging arguments against Pakistan over which FO spokesperson claimed that such baseless arguments by India cannot deny the bitter reality of the violence of India and violation of human rights in Indian occupied Kashmir. 

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MQM guard opens fire on boy

The security guard of a member of Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan Khawaja Izharul Hassan opened fire on a delivery boy. Police reported that the delivery boy rang the doorbell three to four times over which he became angry and opened fire at him. Police also reported that Khawaja Izharul Hassan resisted and the original accused fled the police. 

pic from google

Number of quarantined patients increases

Due to the 4th wave of coronavirus and fetal delta variant, the number of infected patients has increased. Around 51,262 people are in quarantine and more than 2,860 are still under critical medical care. Sindh has the highest number of quarantine patients that is 33,68. NIH reported that 267 infected patients are on ventilators across Pakistan.