Tue. Aug 4th, 2020
Lahore High Court Chief Justice Muhammad Qasim Khan on Thursday directed to form a high-profile commission to probe the petrol shortage that had grabbed the country into its wicked claws and clutches last month after the government had announced a sharp decrease in the prices petroleum products. Prime Minister’s Principal... Read More
The government has announced to reopen the educational institutions on September 15 however it is conditional to the improvement in overall health situation. The Federal Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood announced today in a press conference that the further discussions will be made... Read More
A heated exchange of arguments was observed in the National Assembly between the opposition members and Ghulam Sarwar Khan over the issue of the ‘fake and suspicious licenses’ of the Pakistani pilots where the Aviation Minister Khan was bashed for disclosing the National issue at the international level that brought disgrace and mortification ... Read More
International cricket finally comes back to its mother land on Wednesday where England is taking on the West Indies in the world’s first cricket Test match since March on account of the novel Corona-virus (Covid-19) pandemic. It is quite clear that the match with new SOPs and protocols will certainly lay the foundation of a new cricketing era... Read More
There has been a long cross debate between the PTI and PPP leaders on the JIT of Uzair Jan Baloch. Murtaza Wahab (PPP) had announced to public three important JIT reports on the demand of Ali Zaidi (PTI) who had claimed that names of PPP leaders were also included in the said reports to act ... Read More
The political heat is increasing day by day as the sounds of minus one are reverberating all around the country. The opposition claims that the PM himself raised this slogan that later became the need of the day. Sheikh Rasheed says that the circumstances are heading towards “Minus Three”. However ... Read More
In an important development the Lahore High Court (LHC) stayed a decision by the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) of suspending the license of television channel 24 News-HD for "noncompliance with its terms of license". The court also issued notices to the regulatory body ... Read More
Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) observed 5th July as a black day. This was the day when General Zia-ul-Haq overthrew the government of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto in 1977. In a meeting with the cabinet members and advisors, CM Sindh Murad Ali Shah condemned Zia’s move and vowed to put efforts towards the supremacy of democracy in the country. ... Read More
Former chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq advised the national side to be consistent in its performance so that it might stand among the top teams of the world. He further added that the consistency was desperately needed both at the board and team levels in order to be classified as a world class team. Inzi said that it took two to three years to ... Read More
Finally the Sri Lankan police on Friday completed the criminal investigation into the 2011 cricket World Cup final, concluding that they found no evidence of match-fixing by players to surrender before their their opponents (India). The police had investigated the matter throughout the week ... Read More