The 32-year-old Pakistan cricket team captain, Sarfraz Ahmed has accused Imad Wasim, Wahab Riaz, Babar Azam, Imam-ul-Haq and Shoaib Malik for conspiring against his captaincy and willingly not playing well especially in the India vs Pakistan match. Apparently, the lobby within the team wants Imad Wasim to be the captain after the World Cup.
Many of the trees planted under the Billion Tree Tsunami campaign by KP government in the last two years, have incinerated in wildfires erupting over the past two months. Reportedly, the wildfires erupted after some individuals wittingly set bushes and trees on fire in Swabi, Mardan, and Swat areas of the province, causing huge loss to the ecosystem.
The airspace restriction for flights to India, earlier due to end on 15th June, has now been extended until June 28. After the suspension on overfly operations, flights from Lahore to Delhi, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Sri Lanka and Urumqi were cancelled. However, there are no restrictions on the operations on the country’s western airspace, which is fully operational.
As opposed to the Rs. 30 increment proposed by The Punjab Mass Transit Authority (PMTA), a Rs. 10 increase in the metro bus fares will now be implemented from July 1st, in accordance with the new provincial budget. As a result of the increased prices, the government subsidy to the service is due to fall by Rs. 800 million.
Muhammad Bilal Khan — with over 16,000 followers on Twitter, 48,000 on YouTube channel and 22,000 on Facebook — received a phone called to go to G-9 area, where a man took him into forest and apparently stabbed him. Deceased’s father claims his son had no personal enmities but his only fault was to speak about the Prophet (P.B.U.H) and his companions.
With limited resources and numerous court proceedings concerning illegal housing societies and encroachments, Punjab government has decided to grant a policy of one-time regularisation to such schemes. According to FIA, 4,098 unregistered/illegal/ghost or on paper housing societies happen to be in Punjab. The proposed law suggests that Punjab government should focus on closing gaps in land development and property registration.
The ministry of Science and Technology has said the “incident” between federal minister Fawad Chaudhry and journalist Sami Ibrahim should not be treated as a “clash between two institutions but as a conflict between two individuals”. A day ago, Ibrahim had filed a complaint against Chaudhry for slapping him, and accused him of using threatening language.
As per new orders of Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), passengers traveling abroad will now be searched by Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF), Airport Security Force (ASF) and Pakistan Customs at the same counter, saving them the hassle of going through the screening process thrice which was causing a lot of inconvenience to the passengers and wasting time.
Hailing from far flung village in Turbat, Balochistan, Dr. Yarjan Abdul Samad has made Pakistan proud by being the first Pakistani at Cambridge Graphene Centre, which researches and manufacture devices used in space. Dr. Yarjan is also the first Balochi scientist sent to outer space for purpose of scientific research and wishes to help make SUPARCO better with his experience.
In a wedding event at Faisalabad, Federal Minister for Science and Technology slapped and cursed BOL TV anchor Sami Ibrahim after a heated argument. Already the two were involved in battle of words on twitter. Apparently, Chaudhary was being blackmailed after he refused to give Rs. 200 million worth of adverts to Sami for BOL, when Fawad was information minister.