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  • Diesel price to be reduced by up to Rs4 per litre: sources.
Kerosene oil rates to be slashed by Rs2 per litre.
Ogra to decide price on basis of global rates of Jun 13, 14.
  • Govts eonomic performance remained “impressive”: FinMin.
FBR collection target set at Rs12,970 billion, says Aurangzeb.
Budget proposes to hike minimum wage Rs 36,000.
  • Pakistani women Ammara Sharif and Dr Sana Jamil set to etch their names in the annals of history by becoming the first female duo from Pakistan to conquer the formidable West Muztagh La Pass, standing tall at an impressive altitude of 5750 meters.

Embarking on a 12-day trek fraught with challenges, the intrepid climbers braved bone-chilling temperatures plunging to -20 degrees Celsius amidst treacherous snowy terrain and unforgiving weather conditions.

They defied the odds to reach the summit on June 4th at 10 a.m., marking a significant milestone in Pakistan’s mountaineering legacy.

Situated within the majestic Karakoram range, the Muztagh Pass serves as a gateway to the awe-inspiring Baltoro Muztagh subrange, home to the iconic K2, the world’s second-highest peak.
  • The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Tuesday mandated the closure of Monal Restaurant and all other eateries operating within the Margalla Hills National Park in Islamabad.

The decision was rendered by a three-member bench headed by Chief Justice Qazi Faez Isa, which categorically rejected the report submitted by the Capital Development Authority (CDA).

The court decreed that all restaurants must cease operations within 90 days, emphasizing that commercial activities are impermissible within the boundaries of the national park.

The Supreme Court’s judgment highlighted the necessity of upholding environmental laws, stressing that the Margalla Hills National Park cannot be exploited for commercial purposes.

The court also suggested that the affected restaurants might be considered for land leasing opportunities outside the park’s premises.
  • Troops conduct sanitisation operation to eliminate any other terrorists.
Capt Faraz, Subedar Major Nazir among seven martyred soldiers.
Army says “determined to wipe out terrorism from the country”.
  • In an important development, the founder of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and former Prime Minister Imran Khan has accepted the Supreme Court of Pakistan’s (SC) advice to engage in dialogue with all political parties, including the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and the Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP).

The apex court had urged Imran Khan to initiate talks with various political factions to address the country’s pressing issues.

Responding positively, the PTI founder has shown readiness to discuss with all political parties, aiming to foster political stability and address national challenges.

The former prime minister will be drafting a letter to the top court to communicate his commitment to this dialogue.

He will also issue necessary instructions to PTI’s political leadership regarding the content and approach of the letter. Key PTI leaders, along with Khan, have already begun drafting the letter’s essential points.

To further this initiative, the PTI has established a Legal Committee tasked with finalising the letter.

This committee will ensure that the letter accurately reflects the current political situation and outlines the challenges facing Pakistan. The committee’s meeting will be crucial in crafting a comprehensive and constructive document.
  • Naqvi says defeat against India disappointing in every sense.
Time has come to give a chance to outside talent, he stresses.
Green Shirts suffer shocking defeat against India by six-runs.
  • Pakistan and India’s rivalry are at its peak as both teams are facing each other in the high voltage match in New York today.

Along with the nation, prisoners in the district Jail Sargodha are also excited about the Pakistan-India match.

The prison administration has made special arrangements to show the cricket match to the prisoners.

The whole nation prays for the victory of their team in the big fight between Pakistan and India. Superintendent Jail said the match will be shown by installing special screens in the barracks for the prisoners.
  • Govt mulls hiking gas tariff, imposing another levy on pol products.
Finance ministry refuses to allocate budgetary subsidy on IMF diktat.
Move aims at addressing circular debt of Rs2.9tr in gas sector.
  • Pakistan-India clash to take place at 7:30pm PST. 
All-rounder Imad Wasim passed fit to play match.
Pakistan desperately need to win this match today.
  • Zubair joins a list of top leaders who recently quit PML-N.
Politician has been critical of the incumbent government.
He served as Sindh governor from February 2017-August 2018.
  • Self-proclaimed singer Chahat Fateh Ali Khan’s viral song ‘Bado Badi’ has been removed from YouTube after gaining over 28M views allegedly due to copyright claims as the original song is owned by legendary singer Noor Jahan.

Kashif Rana, known by his stage name Chahat Fateh Ali Khan is a British Pakistani musician and former first-class cricketer.
Diesel price to be reduced by up to Rs4 per litre: sources.
Kerosene oil rates to be slashed by Rs2 per litre.
Ogra to decide price on basis of global rates of Jun 13, 14.
Diesel price to be reduced by up to Rs4 per litre: sources. Kerosene oil rates to be slashed by Rs2 per litre. Ogra to decide price on basis of global rates of Jun 13, 14.
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Govts eonomic performance remained “impressive”: FinMin.
FBR collection target set at Rs12,970 billion, says Aurangzeb.
Budget proposes to hike minimum wage Rs 36,000.
Govts eonomic performance remained “impressive”: FinMin. FBR collection target set at Rs12,970 billion, says Aurangzeb. Budget proposes to hike minimum wage Rs 36,000.
2 days ago
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2/12
Pakistani women Ammara Sharif and Dr Sana Jamil set to etch their names in the annals of history by becoming the first female duo from Pakistan to conquer the formidable West Muztagh La Pass, standing tall at an impressive altitude of 5750 meters.

Embarking on a 12-day trek fraught with challenges, the intrepid climbers braved bone-chilling temperatures plunging to -20 degrees Celsius amidst treacherous snowy terrain and unforgiving weather conditions.

They defied the odds to reach the summit on June 4th at 10 a.m., marking a significant milestone in Pakistan’s mountaineering legacy.

Situated within the majestic Karakoram range, the Muztagh Pass serves as a gateway to the awe-inspiring Baltoro Muztagh subrange, home to the iconic K2, the world’s second-highest peak.
Pakistani women Ammara Sharif and Dr Sana Jamil set to etch their names in the annals of history by becoming the first female duo from Pakistan to conquer the formidable West Muztagh La Pass, standing tall at an impressive altitude of 5750 meters. Embarking on a 12-day trek fraught with challenges, the intrepid climbers braved bone-chilling temperatures plunging to -20 degrees Celsius amidst treacherous snowy terrain and unforgiving weather conditions. They defied the odds to reach the summit on June 4th at 10 a.m., marking a significant milestone in Pakistan’s mountaineering legacy. Situated within the majestic Karakoram range, the Muztagh Pass serves as a gateway to the awe-inspiring Baltoro Muztagh subrange, home to the iconic K2, the world’s second-highest peak.
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3/12
The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Tuesday mandated the closure of Monal Restaurant and all other eateries operating within the Margalla Hills National Park in Islamabad.

The decision was rendered by a three-member bench headed by Chief Justice Qazi Faez Isa, which categorically rejected the report submitted by the Capital Development Authority (CDA).

The court decreed that all restaurants must cease operations within 90 days, emphasizing that commercial activities are impermissible within the boundaries of the national park.

The Supreme Court’s judgment highlighted the necessity of upholding environmental laws, stressing that the Margalla Hills National Park cannot be exploited for commercial purposes.

The court also suggested that the affected restaurants might be considered for land leasing opportunities outside the park’s premises.
The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Tuesday mandated the closure of Monal Restaurant and all other eateries operating within the Margalla Hills National Park in Islamabad. The decision was rendered by a three-member bench headed by Chief Justice Qazi Faez Isa, which categorically rejected the report submitted by the Capital Development Authority (CDA). The court decreed that all restaurants must cease operations within 90 days, emphasizing that commercial activities are impermissible within the boundaries of the national park. The Supreme Court’s judgment highlighted the necessity of upholding environmental laws, stressing that the Margalla Hills National Park cannot be exploited for commercial purposes. The court also suggested that the affected restaurants might be considered for land leasing opportunities outside the park’s premises.
3 days ago
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4/12
Troops conduct sanitisation operation to eliminate any other terrorists.
Capt Faraz, Subedar Major Nazir among seven martyred soldiers.
Army says “determined to wipe out terrorism from the country”.
Troops conduct sanitisation operation to eliminate any other terrorists. Capt Faraz, Subedar Major Nazir among seven martyred soldiers. Army says “determined to wipe out terrorism from the country”.
3 days ago
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5/12
In an important development, the founder of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and former Prime Minister Imran Khan has accepted the Supreme Court of Pakistan’s (SC) advice to engage in dialogue with all political parties, including the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and the Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP).

The apex court had urged Imran Khan to initiate talks with various political factions to address the country’s pressing issues.

Responding positively, the PTI founder has shown readiness to discuss with all political parties, aiming to foster political stability and address national challenges.

The former prime minister will be drafting a letter to the top court to communicate his commitment to this dialogue.

He will also issue necessary instructions to PTI’s political leadership regarding the content and approach of the letter. Key PTI leaders, along with Khan, have already begun drafting the letter’s essential points.

To further this initiative, the PTI has established a Legal Committee tasked with finalising the letter.

This committee will ensure that the letter accurately reflects the current political situation and outlines the challenges facing Pakistan. The committee’s meeting will be crucial in crafting a comprehensive and constructive document.
In an important development, the founder of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and former Prime Minister Imran Khan has accepted the Supreme Court of Pakistan’s (SC) advice to engage in dialogue with all political parties, including the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and the Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP). The apex court had urged Imran Khan to initiate talks with various political factions to address the country’s pressing issues. Responding positively, the PTI founder has shown readiness to discuss with all political parties, aiming to foster political stability and address national challenges. The former prime minister will be drafting a letter to the top court to communicate his commitment to this dialogue. He will also issue necessary instructions to PTI’s political leadership regarding the content and approach of the letter. Key PTI leaders, along with Khan, have already begun drafting the letter’s essential points. To further this initiative, the PTI has established a Legal Committee tasked with finalising the letter. This committee will ensure that the letter accurately reflects the current political situation and outlines the challenges facing Pakistan. The committee’s meeting will be crucial in crafting a comprehensive and constructive document.
4 days ago
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6/12
Naqvi says defeat against India disappointing in every sense.
Time has come to give a chance to outside talent, he stresses.
Green Shirts suffer shocking defeat against India by six-runs.
Naqvi says defeat against India disappointing in every sense. Time has come to give a chance to outside talent, he stresses. Green Shirts suffer shocking defeat against India by six-runs.
5 days ago
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7/12
Pakistan and India’s rivalry are at its peak as both teams are facing each other in the high voltage match in New York today.

Along with the nation, prisoners in the district Jail Sargodha are also excited about the Pakistan-India match.

The prison administration has made special arrangements to show the cricket match to the prisoners.

The whole nation prays for the victory of their team in the big fight between Pakistan and India. Superintendent Jail said the match will be shown by installing special screens in the barracks for the prisoners.
Pakistan and India’s rivalry are at its peak as both teams are facing each other in the high voltage match in New York today. Along with the nation, prisoners in the district Jail Sargodha are also excited about the Pakistan-India match. The prison administration has made special arrangements to show the cricket match to the prisoners. The whole nation prays for the victory of their team in the big fight between Pakistan and India. Superintendent Jail said the match will be shown by installing special screens in the barracks for the prisoners.
5 days ago
View on Instagram |
8/12
Govt mulls hiking gas tariff, imposing another levy on pol products.
Finance ministry refuses to allocate budgetary subsidy on IMF diktat.
Move aims at addressing circular debt of Rs2.9tr in gas sector.
Govt mulls hiking gas tariff, imposing another levy on pol products. Finance ministry refuses to allocate budgetary subsidy on IMF diktat. Move aims at addressing circular debt of Rs2.9tr in gas sector.
5 days ago
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9/12
Pakistan-India clash to take place at 7:30pm PST. 
All-rounder Imad Wasim passed fit to play match.
Pakistan desperately need to win this match today.
Pakistan-India clash to take place at 7:30pm PST. All-rounder Imad Wasim passed fit to play match. Pakistan desperately need to win this match today.
5 days ago
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10/12
Zubair joins a list of top leaders who recently quit PML-N.
Politician has been critical of the incumbent government.
He served as Sindh governor from February 2017-August 2018.
Zubair joins a list of top leaders who recently quit PML-N. Politician has been critical of the incumbent government. He served as Sindh governor from February 2017-August 2018.
5 days ago
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11/12
Self-proclaimed singer Chahat Fateh Ali Khan’s viral song ‘Bado Badi’ has been removed from YouTube after gaining over 28M views allegedly due to copyright claims as the original song is owned by legendary singer Noor Jahan.

Kashif Rana, known by his stage name Chahat Fateh Ali Khan is a British Pakistani musician and former first-class cricketer.
Self-proclaimed singer Chahat Fateh Ali Khan’s viral song ‘Bado Badi’ has been removed from YouTube after gaining over 28M views allegedly due to copyright claims as the original song is owned by legendary singer Noor Jahan. Kashif Rana, known by his stage name Chahat Fateh Ali Khan is a British Pakistani musician and former first-class cricketer.
7 days ago
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12/12

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