Pakistani flag vandalized, perpetrators to be punished: Zabihullah Mujahid

Some fighters torn down the Pakistani flag from the trucks carrying humanitarian aid sent by the Govt of Pakistan at Torkhum gate. Taliban’s spokesperson, Zabihullah Mujahid, stated that he was saddened to hear about the incident and would take every step to halt such misdeeds at the hands of fighters.

NAB orders sale of Sharif properties

On Tuesday, the Chairman of National Accountability Bureau ordered Assistant Commissioner to vend all of the saleable properties of former PM Nawaz Sharif to recover the fine of almost £8 million in Avenfield Apartments Case. The AC has been provided with Sharif’s lands in Sheikhupura and a bungalow at Upper Mall Road.

ECB criticized for canceling Pakistan tour

A senior broadcaster and journalist, Peter Oborne, vehemently criticized the England Cricket Board for their ‘cowardly and pusillanimous’ decision of calling off the Pakistan tour. He alleged that the decision was not made on the grounds of ‘security’. He called it ‘ kicking in the teeth of PCB’ even when ECB owed PCB for its contributions in the game.

Tighter terrorism laws to be implemented after knife attack: Jacinda Ardern

PM of NZ Jacinda Ardern has vowed to make amendments in terrorism laws as a knife attacker wounded 7 people in a supermarket on September 3. The parliament passed the second bill reading of Counter-Terrorism Legislation Bill, supported by both the ruling Labour party and opposition National Party while opposed by the Green- a minor opposition party.

Balochistan: Poisonous gas takes 4 lives of miners

On Tuesday, Abdul Ghani, Mines and Minerals Chief Inspector Balochistan, reported that four miners had succumbed to death after inhaling poisonous gases in the Duki area of Balochistan. “Their bodies were recovered from the mines and transferred to the nearby hospital but they could not survive,” he added.

Tabish Gohar leaves office as SAPM on Power, Petroleum

Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Power and Petroleum, Tabish Gohar has resigned from his post nearly completing one year in office. “The PM Imran Khan has accepted his resignation letter effective from today,” announced by the Cabinet Division.

Justin Trudeau reelected as PM

Canada: It is reported that Justin Trudeau, 49, has won the election in Canada for his second term as a PM. He contested the elections against the conservative rookie leader but could not get a decisive majority as compared to his landslide victory in 2015. He thanked the public for believing in his mandate of getting Canada through the pandemic.

Legal action will be taken against NZC, ECB: Fawad Choudhary

Islamabad: On Tuesday, in a post-cabinet meeting press conference, IT minister Fawad Choudhary announced that the govt would consult lawyers to look into the matter of tour cancellation by NZC and ECB. He further added that the efforts of some foreign lobby to bend Pakistan would result in vein.

NEPRA to take notice of overbilling

ISLAMABAD: In a meeting of the National Assembly Standing Committee on Power presided by Chaudhry Salik, Agha Rafiullah, member committee, stated, “NEPRA is a white elephant and teases public with overbilling”. In response to the allegations, the Vice Chairman of NEPRA informed that an investigation into the matter has been started from K-Electric.

BTS speaks at UN General Assembly

On Monday, BTS members appeared at UNGA and watched themselves performing their song related to global goals. The music video of the song was recorded at UN and they expressed,” we thought the world had stopped but it continued to move forward. Every choice we make is the beginning of change.” They said that they were fully vaccinated to be standing there and encouraged people to move forward no matter how bad circumstances they face.

ECB cancels Pakistan tour due to ‘security threats’

On Monday, ECB has announced that it would not send its women’s and men’s teams for the scheduled tour in October. It stated that the decision was taken ‘reluctantly’ as the consequences of the withdrawal, knowingly, on PCB would be huge. “Players’ mental health is our top priority and traveling to the region with the given circumstances will add pressure to the players,” it added.

CEC speaks ‘opposition’s language’: Azam Swati

In a press conference along with Advisor to the PM on Parliamentary Affairs Babar Awan, Azam Swati said that he was not blaming Election Commission Pakistan but he would stick to his point of blaming CEC to side with opposition against EVM system against govt. He alleged CEC of having a close connection with the ‘Sharifs’ and termed his appointment as ‘a bitter pill to swollow’ for govt.

Mufti Aziz promised ‘promotion’ for sexual favour: Report

According to the challan presented by the Police, Mufti Aziz harassed the student for almost 3 years and promised help in clearing his exams. The affected student exposed that Mufti Aziz blamed him and another student for cheating and persuaded him for the ‘immoral act’. Later, his sons threatened the victim with ‘dire repercussions’ for speaking against their father.

US and China must avoid Cold war: UN Chief

Antonio Guerrero, UN Chief, spoke to The Associated Press about the pressing matter of the Cold war between the US and China. He warned both countries not to instigate a Cold war as the world had already been in crisis since 2019. He stated that both potential and influential economies must resolve their frivolous relationship and end their rivalry for world peace otherwise the repercussions would be borne by the whole planet.

Blackcaps set to play T20 and test series with India

Indian Cricket Board announced on Monday that New Zealand Cricket team would be playing three T20 internationals and two test series against India. These matches will be the kick-start of home season of India (2021-2022) in which West Indies and South Africa will follow.

SBP raises basic points by 25

On Monday, SBP has announced a raise in basic points by 25 in the benchmark policy rate leading to 7.5% for the following two months. The plan will be effective from October 1, 2021. SBP reported that Monetary Policy Committee had observed increase in rate of economic recovery due to more domestic demand with higher stock prices.

IS militants take responsibility for attacks in Jalalabad

On Saturday and Sunday, almost 8 people have been killed in deadly bomb attacks in Jalalabad-an IS citadel. The militant group, Islamic States has claimed the attacks and killings of the Taliban. IS is the main resistance group against the Taliban and fighting tooth and nail to take back Afghanistan’s hold.

Issue resolved with Moulana Abdul Aziz

On Monday, Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed stated that the government has settled the matter with Moulana Abdul Aziz to sustain normalcy in the capital. He said that the govt had been trying to maintain peace dealing with such cases that occur on daily basis.

President Arif Alvi instates new electricity tax laws

On the advice of PM Imran Khan, President Arif Alvi has made amendments in electricity tax laws. The third amendment dictates the amount of tax that will be paid by the consumer after a certain limit. A person with an electricity bill up to PKR 20000, 30000, 40000, 50000, 60000 will pay 10%, 15%,20%, 25%, and 30% tax respectively.

France and the EU furious at AUKUS Agreement

The EU has expressed its anger at the alliance of Australia, the UK, and the US (AUKUS). The parties have announced Indo-Pacific Agreement in which the US and the UK would help Australia to build nuclear power submarines. European FM has disclosed that the deal was made without any consultation. France has recalled its ambassadors from both Australia and the US.

Charanjit Singh, first ‘Dalit’ CM of Indian Punjab

Due to party differences, Capt.(R) Amrinder Singh resigned as a Chief Minister of Indian Punjab. It is reported that Congress has selected Charanjit Singh who happened to be the Minister of Technical Education and Industrial Training. He will take the oath tomorrow as the first ‘Dalit’ Chief Minister of state.

Causalities occurred in Kabul drone attack: British media

British media have claimed that the children may be present at the spot where the US drone attacked. International media reported that the CIA had been informed about the attack on 29 August but it was not clear whether information reached the concerned authorities or not. Last Friday, The US military officials admitted their atrocity as a ‘tragic mistake’.

Credible security threat caused tour cancellation: David White

New Zealand Cricket Board, David White, has disclosed that the Kiwi players received threatening messages from unknown numbers. Security officers scrutinized the messages and declared those ‘fake’. But later, on Friday, the threat level increased and there was no other option than to abandon the tour.

PCB to take a tough stand against NZC

Sources reported, PCB has stated that government officials, security agencies, and PCB never endorsed New Zealand’s position meanwhile New Zealand has not shared any kind of security issues with PCB. It was New Zealand’s unilateral judgment for which serious action would be taken by PCB.

Green Line buses shipment reached Pakistan

Karachi: A cargo ship, “Fan Shin”, carrying 40 buses have reached Pakistan. It is reported that the second shipment will be in Pakistan in the first week of October. The initiative of the Green Line Project was taken in 2016 and was scheduled to be completed in a year.

EC standpoints with opposition: Federal Ministers

Islamabad: Federal ministers Shibli Faraz and Fawad Choudhary have briefed a press conference about the role of EC and opposition for conspiring against govt’s initiative of electronic voting. They said that material about electronic voting was discarded on purpose. They also expressed reservations about EC’s role and advised him to abstain from politics.

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US Foreign Minister holds meeting with Arab and Israeli counterparts

One year after the resumption of Arab-Israeli relations, the US secretary of state held a virtual meeting with his Arab and Israeli counterparts. The foreign ministers of Israel, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Morocco attended the meeting. On the occasion, the Foreign Minister of the US said that he would continue to encourage more Arab countries to restore relations with Israel.

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Asim Azhar disappointed over New Zealand canceling tour to Pakistan

Pakistani singer Asim Azhar in his Twitter message expressed disappointment over New Zealand canceling its tour to Pakistan. He said, “Its sad but its ok. We’re a nation used to bouncing back. Pakistan is safe & always will be. We’ll still open heartedly welcome New Zealand or any other nation that thinks otherwise bcz thats who we are. P.S. beware of a cornered Pakistan, world. See u at t20 world cup! #PAKvNZ.”

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Tom Cruise gets a call from space

Four space tourists orbiting the Earth in a SpaceX capsule at 17,500 miles per hour (28,162 kph) had a telephonic conversation with movie star Tom Cruise. They briefed him about life aboard the spacecraft. Mission control said that the crew members talked to Tom Cruise, who is hoping to make a film in space. Jared Isaacman, Sian Proctor, Hayley Arceneaux, and Chris Sembroski were included in the crew.

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Pak vs NZ: Cricket fans took to social media

The New Zealand cricket team’s tour of Pakistan was postponed yesterday, citing security threats. The cricket fans could not believe their hearings. On social media, foreign players, including the national cricket team, also expressed outrage over New Zealand’s move and the hashtag of Pakistan and New Zealand became a top trend on Twitter.

Pakistani flag vandalized, perpetrators to be punished: Zabihullah Mujahid

Some fighters torn down the Pakistani flag from the trucks carrying humanitarian aid sent by the Govt of Pakistan at Torkhum gate. Taliban’s spokesperson, Zabihullah Mujahid, stated that he was saddened to hear about the incident and would take every step to halt such misdeeds at the hands of fighters.

NAB orders sale of Sharif properties

On Tuesday, the Chairman of National Accountability Bureau ordered Assistant Commissioner to vend all of the saleable properties of former PM Nawaz Sharif to recover the fine of almost £8 million in Avenfield Apartments Case. The AC has been provided with Sharif’s lands in Sheikhupura and a bungalow at Upper Mall Road.

ECB criticized for canceling Pakistan tour

A senior broadcaster and journalist, Peter Oborne, vehemently criticized the England Cricket Board for their ‘cowardly and pusillanimous’ decision of calling off the Pakistan tour. He alleged that the decision was not made on the grounds of ‘security’. He called it ‘ kicking in the teeth of PCB’ even when ECB owed PCB for its contributions in the game.

Tighter terrorism laws to be implemented after knife attack: Jacinda Ardern

PM of NZ Jacinda Ardern has vowed to make amendments in terrorism laws as a knife attacker wounded 7 people in a supermarket on September 3. The parliament passed the second bill reading of Counter-Terrorism Legislation Bill, supported by both the ruling Labour party and opposition National Party while opposed by the Green- a minor opposition party.

Balochistan: Poisonous gas takes 4 lives of miners

On Tuesday, Abdul Ghani, Mines and Minerals Chief Inspector Balochistan, reported that four miners had succumbed to death after inhaling poisonous gases in the Duki area of Balochistan. “Their bodies were recovered from the mines and transferred to the nearby hospital but they could not survive,” he added.

Tabish Gohar leaves office as SAPM on Power, Petroleum

Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Power and Petroleum, Tabish Gohar has resigned from his post nearly completing one year in office. “The PM Imran Khan has accepted his resignation letter effective from today,” announced by the Cabinet Division.

Justin Trudeau reelected as PM

Canada: It is reported that Justin Trudeau, 49, has won the election in Canada for his second term as a PM. He contested the elections against the conservative rookie leader but could not get a decisive majority as compared to his landslide victory in 2015. He thanked the public for believing in his mandate of getting Canada through the pandemic.

Legal action will be taken against NZC, ECB: Fawad Choudhary

Islamabad: On Tuesday, in a post-cabinet meeting press conference, IT minister Fawad Choudhary announced that the govt would consult lawyers to look into the matter of tour cancellation by NZC and ECB. He further added that the efforts of some foreign lobby to bend Pakistan would result in vein.

NEPRA to take notice of overbilling

ISLAMABAD: In a meeting of the National Assembly Standing Committee on Power presided by Chaudhry Salik, Agha Rafiullah, member committee, stated, “NEPRA is a white elephant and teases public with overbilling”. In response to the allegations, the Vice Chairman of NEPRA informed that an investigation into the matter has been started from K-Electric.

BTS speaks at UN General Assembly

On Monday, BTS members appeared at UNGA and watched themselves performing their song related to global goals. The music video of the song was recorded at UN and they expressed,” we thought the world had stopped but it continued to move forward. Every choice we make is the beginning of change.” They said that they were fully vaccinated to be standing there and encouraged people to move forward no matter how bad circumstances they face.

ECB cancels Pakistan tour due to ‘security threats’

On Monday, ECB has announced that it would not send its women’s and men’s teams for the scheduled tour in October. It stated that the decision was taken ‘reluctantly’ as the consequences of the withdrawal, knowingly, on PCB would be huge. “Players’ mental health is our top priority and traveling to the region with the given circumstances will add pressure to the players,” it added.

CEC speaks ‘opposition’s language’: Azam Swati

In a press conference along with Advisor to the PM on Parliamentary Affairs Babar Awan, Azam Swati said that he was not blaming Election Commission Pakistan but he would stick to his point of blaming CEC to side with opposition against EVM system against govt. He alleged CEC of having a close connection with the ‘Sharifs’ and termed his appointment as ‘a bitter pill to swollow’ for govt.

Mufti Aziz promised ‘promotion’ for sexual favour: Report

According to the challan presented by the Police, Mufti Aziz harassed the student for almost 3 years and promised help in clearing his exams. The affected student exposed that Mufti Aziz blamed him and another student for cheating and persuaded him for the ‘immoral act’. Later, his sons threatened the victim with ‘dire repercussions’ for speaking against their father.

US and China must avoid Cold war: UN Chief

Antonio Guerrero, UN Chief, spoke to The Associated Press about the pressing matter of the Cold war between the US and China. He warned both countries not to instigate a Cold war as the world had already been in crisis since 2019. He stated that both potential and influential economies must resolve their frivolous relationship and end their rivalry for world peace otherwise the repercussions would be borne by the whole planet.

Blackcaps set to play T20 and test series with India

Indian Cricket Board announced on Monday that New Zealand Cricket team would be playing three T20 internationals and two test series against India. These matches will be the kick-start of home season of India (2021-2022) in which West Indies and South Africa will follow.

SBP raises basic points by 25

On Monday, SBP has announced a raise in basic points by 25 in the benchmark policy rate leading to 7.5% for the following two months. The plan will be effective from October 1, 2021. SBP reported that Monetary Policy Committee had observed increase in rate of economic recovery due to more domestic demand with higher stock prices.

IS militants take responsibility for attacks in Jalalabad

On Saturday and Sunday, almost 8 people have been killed in deadly bomb attacks in Jalalabad-an IS citadel. The militant group, Islamic States has claimed the attacks and killings of the Taliban. IS is the main resistance group against the Taliban and fighting tooth and nail to take back Afghanistan’s hold.

Issue resolved with Moulana Abdul Aziz

On Monday, Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed stated that the government has settled the matter with Moulana Abdul Aziz to sustain normalcy in the capital. He said that the govt had been trying to maintain peace dealing with such cases that occur on daily basis.

President Arif Alvi instates new electricity tax laws

On the advice of PM Imran Khan, President Arif Alvi has made amendments in electricity tax laws. The third amendment dictates the amount of tax that will be paid by the consumer after a certain limit. A person with an electricity bill up to PKR 20000, 30000, 40000, 50000, 60000 will pay 10%, 15%,20%, 25%, and 30% tax respectively.

France and the EU furious at AUKUS Agreement

The EU has expressed its anger at the alliance of Australia, the UK, and the US (AUKUS). The parties have announced Indo-Pacific Agreement in which the US and the UK would help Australia to build nuclear power submarines. European FM has disclosed that the deal was made without any consultation. France has recalled its ambassadors from both Australia and the US.

Charanjit Singh, first ‘Dalit’ CM of Indian Punjab

Due to party differences, Capt.(R) Amrinder Singh resigned as a Chief Minister of Indian Punjab. It is reported that Congress has selected Charanjit Singh who happened to be the Minister of Technical Education and Industrial Training. He will take the oath tomorrow as the first ‘Dalit’ Chief Minister of state.

Causalities occurred in Kabul drone attack: British media

British media have claimed that the children may be present at the spot where the US drone attacked. International media reported that the CIA had been informed about the attack on 29 August but it was not clear whether information reached the concerned authorities or not. Last Friday, The US military officials admitted their atrocity as a ‘tragic mistake’.

Credible security threat caused tour cancellation: David White

New Zealand Cricket Board, David White, has disclosed that the Kiwi players received threatening messages from unknown numbers. Security officers scrutinized the messages and declared those ‘fake’. But later, on Friday, the threat level increased and there was no other option than to abandon the tour.

PCB to take a tough stand against NZC

Sources reported, PCB has stated that government officials, security agencies, and PCB never endorsed New Zealand’s position meanwhile New Zealand has not shared any kind of security issues with PCB. It was New Zealand’s unilateral judgment for which serious action would be taken by PCB.

Green Line buses shipment reached Pakistan

Karachi: A cargo ship, “Fan Shin”, carrying 40 buses have reached Pakistan. It is reported that the second shipment will be in Pakistan in the first week of October. The initiative of the Green Line Project was taken in 2016 and was scheduled to be completed in a year.

EC standpoints with opposition: Federal Ministers

Islamabad: Federal ministers Shibli Faraz and Fawad Choudhary have briefed a press conference about the role of EC and opposition for conspiring against govt’s initiative of electronic voting. They said that material about electronic voting was discarded on purpose. They also expressed reservations about EC’s role and advised him to abstain from politics.

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US Foreign Minister holds meeting with Arab and Israeli counterparts

One year after the resumption of Arab-Israeli relations, the US secretary of state held a virtual meeting with his Arab and Israeli counterparts. The foreign ministers of Israel, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Morocco attended the meeting. On the occasion, the Foreign Minister of the US said that he would continue to encourage more Arab countries to restore relations with Israel.

pic from google

Asim Azhar disappointed over New Zealand canceling tour to Pakistan

Pakistani singer Asim Azhar in his Twitter message expressed disappointment over New Zealand canceling its tour to Pakistan. He said, “Its sad but its ok. We’re a nation used to bouncing back. Pakistan is safe & always will be. We’ll still open heartedly welcome New Zealand or any other nation that thinks otherwise bcz thats who we are. P.S. beware of a cornered Pakistan, world. See u at t20 world cup! #PAKvNZ.”

pic from google

Tom Cruise gets a call from space

Four space tourists orbiting the Earth in a SpaceX capsule at 17,500 miles per hour (28,162 kph) had a telephonic conversation with movie star Tom Cruise. They briefed him about life aboard the spacecraft. Mission control said that the crew members talked to Tom Cruise, who is hoping to make a film in space. Jared Isaacman, Sian Proctor, Hayley Arceneaux, and Chris Sembroski were included in the crew.

pic from google

Pak vs NZ: Cricket fans took to social media

The New Zealand cricket team’s tour of Pakistan was postponed yesterday, citing security threats. The cricket fans could not believe their hearings. On social media, foreign players, including the national cricket team, also expressed outrage over New Zealand’s move and the hashtag of Pakistan and New Zealand became a top trend on Twitter.