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What Exactly Happened At Al-Aqsa Mosque Last Night?

According to Palestinian Red Crescent emergency services, more than 200 Palestinians were injured, with about half of them requiring medical attention at hospitals and at a special field hospital that was set up. Many injuries were to the eyes and the face. Israel’s crimes against Palestinians have reached such severity …

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Why Twitter Suspended Kangna Ranaut’s Account Permanently?

Bollywood Actress and self-proclaimed top-slot heroine Kangna Ranaut always manages so well to make the news headlines. Her political thoughts and ideological differences are epic from her posts on microblogging site. From farmers protest to Delhi riots, from Covid-19 disaster to elections in West Bengal; she always try her hard …

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An Army Personnel Shots Himself Dead?

An Indian army man has allegedly committed suicide in the Ukhral area of Ramban district in Jammu and Kashmir during the intervening night of Saturday-Sunday. KDC News Agency reported that an army man of 22 RR identified as Hanomaan Choudhary shoots himself dead with his service rifle in the camp …

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Maulana Tariq Jameel Gets The Pride Of Performance Award

President Dr Arif Alvi on Tuesday (Pakistan Day) conferred civil awards on 88 Pakistani and foreign nationals in recognition of their services in different fields during a ceremony at Aiwan-i-Sadr. The awards included six Nishan-i-Imtiaz, three Hilal-i-Imtiaz, 24 Sitara-i-Shuja’at, eight Sitara-i-Imtiaz, 14 President’s Award for Pride of Performance, one Sitara-i-Quaid-i-Azam, …

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Pakistani Actor Commits Suicide Amid Financial Constraints


Close to 800 000 people die due to suicide every year. Suicide is a serious public health problem; however, suicides are preventable with timely, evidence-based, and often low-cost interventions. For national responses to be effective, a comprehensive multisectoral suicide prevention strategy is needed.  The pandemic of COVID-19 is hitting hard …

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Everything You Need To Know About Daniel Pearl Case?

The gruesome abduction of Daniel Pearl Pearl was the South Asia bureau chief for the Wall Street Journal when he was abducted in Karachi in January 2002 while researching a story about armed fighters. Nearly a month later and after a string of ransom demands were made, a graphic video …

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Hamza Shafqat Shares His CSS Notes To Help Aspirants


DO not waste time and get the ‘best resources with the click of a button. DC Islamabad Muhammad Hamza Shafqat has uploaded all his notes, that he studied to prepare for his Central Superior Service (CSS) Exam, on a Google drive, sharing the link on his Twitter account. I have …

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Indonesian Plane Boeing 737 Goes Missing Shortly After Take-off

Flight SJ182 mysteriously disappeared from radars shortly after takeoff. The Boeing 737 plane lost more than 10,000 feet of altitude in the link of an eye. Flight tracker website FlightRadar24 initially reported about the incident. The plane lost contact shortly after takeoff from the Indonesian capital of Jakarta this Saturday. …

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How The Prolems of Indian Farmers Be Addressed? Why Indian Government Blames Pakistan As Main Reason of Farmers’ Agitation?


Prior consultation with farming associations as well as farmers’ representatives can avoid any such flashed protests that disturb the overall political environment of the capital. India is a democratic country and the democratic rights of its citizens must not be put in abeyance while doing any legislation under the pretext …

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Video: How Do Vaccines Work To Protect Us?


Vaccines won’t make you sick because they are made of very small amounts of weak or dead germs. More often vaccines provide long-lasting immunity to serious diseases without risking one’s health. Vaccines help the body’s immune system fight infections faster and more effectively. When someone gets a vaccine, it sparks …

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Moody’s Upgrades Pakistan’s Economic Outlook To ‘Stable’

The Ministry of Finance on Saturday said that Moody’s has upgraded Pakistan’s outlook from ‘under review for downgrade’ to ‘stable’ while maintaining a B3 rating. “At the conclusion of the review for downgrade initiated on 14 May 2020, Moody’s on Saturday confirmed Pakistan’s B3 credit rating with a stable outlook,” …

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Pakistan To Send New Political Map To All Online Search Engines

The government has decided to send a new political map of Pakistan that includes Indian-occupied Kashmir to Google and all online search engines. According to Express-News, the new map will be sent to Google, Yahoo, and other search engines to update it. Diplomatic sources said that external demarcation has been …

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Beirut Explosion Makes Afresh Pakistan’s 1988 Ojhri Camp Disaster

A massive explosion has torn through the Lebanese capital Beirut causing. Dozens of people are known to have been killed in the blast. Officials say they expect the death toll to rise sharply. The huge explosion in the capital Beirut has killed at least 78 people and injured more than …

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Punjab Government Finalizes SOPs For Re-opening Of Schools

  School Education Department Punjab has finalized the COVID-19 SOPs for reopening schools across the province in order to ensure the safety of both students and staff members. Under the SOPs, the temperature of every student and staff member will be checked before allowing them to enter the school premises. …

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Pakistan receives over $505m from World Bank

Pakistan received over 505 million dollars from the World Bank on Tuesday under a financing agreement signed last week to provide financial support. #SBP has received USD 505.5 mn today from @WorldBank — SBP (@StateBank_Pak) July 28, 2020 The State Bank of Pakistan has announced that this is concessional financing …

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NTI Ranks Pakistan As Most Improved Country In Nuclear Security

A leading non-proliferation watchdog, Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI), has ranked Pakistan as the most improved in the security of those countries holding nuclear materials, improving its overall score by seven points. Pakistan was the most improved country in the theft ranking for countries with weapons-usable nuclear materials, improving its overall …

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Pakistan Becomes Permanent Member Of SCO Youth Council

Special Assistant to Pakistani Prime Minister on Youth Affairs Usman Dar said Thursday that Pakistan has become a permanent member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Youth Council. “Pakistani youth will now be able to represent their country at the SCO Youth Council meetings and its exchange programs,” Dar said …

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