National & World

Govt plans to launch Ehsaas Petrol Card for middle-class people 

The federal government plans to introduce the Ehsaas Petrol Card for motorcyclists so that they can purchase petrol at a subsidized price. Earlier this week, Shaukat Tarin chaired the meeting of the Macro-Economic Advisory Group (MEAG) at the Finance Division. Three points were discussed, including ideas to support middle-class families against high inflation.

PM Khan introduces reforms in British-era justice system for the first time since 1908

Pakistan’s prime minister has announced massive reforms to the over 115-year-old criminal British-era justice system. It would revolutionize Pakistan’s justice system, ensuring speedy justice for the common man. It would also strengthen the rule of law in the nation. The Prime Minister announced reforms yesterday at an event at PM House.

Rida Zainab set world record by writing Pakistan National Anthem in 50 different languages

Rida Zainab is a living example of Pakistan’s history who translated the National Anthem into 50 different languages. She is also the first Pakistani author to write about animal rights. The National Anthem of Pakistan has themes like hope, unity, faith, and patriotism because Islam stands for peace and security.


Business & Tech

PTA slaps jazz with RS 30 Mn fine over poor network quality

PTA imposed a heavy fine of Rs30 million on Jazz for poor service in seven cities across Pakistan. Chairman PTA issued the ruling, stating that Jazz failed to meet the Quality of Services Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) in the seven cities. According to a QoS survey conducted by the telecommunication authority during December 2020, Jazz provided low-quality services to its customers.

Govt to Regulate Crypto & Launch Blockchain Technology Projects Soon

Senator Shibli Faraz has said the government intends to regulate crypto and make blockchain technology available as soon as possible. He told participants at the Blockchain Summit in Islamabad that the State Bank, SECP, and Finance Ministry have all teamed up to accomplish this goal. According to him, the government’s first goal was to regulate crypto and then educate the common man about its use.

Jamia students secure first position in three competitions at ROBOCUST 2022

The Jamia Students are doing wonders in the field of science and technology. The Jamia students of Baitusalam Talagang have dominated the robotic events, ROBOCUST 2022, at Capital University of Science and Technology, beating students from other universities. Baitusalam Talagang students break society’s stereotype that Madrassa students cannot be successful in the sciences and the tech field.


Latest News

How to make money online – Five quickest ways to make money online

The world is full of lucrative money-making opportunities ranging from online gaming to the selling and reselling of products. However, what counts is how much money will one make? Working a 9 to 5 job is the most sought-after way as there’s always a paycheck to look forward to. But now working online makes money for millions every day.

11 most successful young Pakistani entrepreneurs of 2021

Pakistan’s youth has proven itself to be highly talented and creative time and time again. In every field, we have seen youngsters of our country outshine with their ingenuity. Despite the lack of sufficient support and funds from the government, the young generation of Pakistan has been able to start lucrative businesses.

Top 16 Fastest Acceleration Cars Commercially Sold In Pakistan

popular feature among many manufacturers. The goal of automakers is to have the fastest accelerating cars that can outrun their peers in straight drag races. Typically, the ‘0-100 KM/H’ method is used to determine how fast a vehicle accelerates.

Govt plans to launch Ehsaas Petrol Card for middle-class people 

The federal government plans to introduce the Ehsaas Petrol Card for motorcyclists so that they can purchase petrol at a subsidized price. Earlier this week, Shaukat Tarin chaired the meeting of the Macro-Economic Advisory Group (MEAG) at the Finance Division. Three points were discussed, including ideas to support middle-class families against high inflation.

PM Khan introduces reforms in British-era justice system for the first time since 1908

Pakistan’s prime minister has announced massive reforms to the over 115-year-old criminal British-era justice system. It would revolutionize Pakistan’s justice system, ensuring speedy justice for the common man. It would also strengthen the rule of law in the nation. The Prime Minister announced reforms yesterday at an event at PM House.

Rida Zainab set world record by writing Pakistan National Anthem in 50 different languages

Rida Zainab is a living example of Pakistan’s history who translated the National Anthem into 50 different languages. She is also the first Pakistani author to write about animal rights. The National Anthem of Pakistan has themes like hope, unity, faith, and patriotism because Islam stands for peace and security.

China delivers first batch of advanced self-propelled howitzers to Pakistan

Pakistan Army received the first batch of nuclear-capable 155mm self-propelled howitzers from China. Pakistan will be able to improve its firepower with these artillery pieces. Though there is no official information on the number of howitzers in the first batch. It was reported in December 2019 that Pakistan purchased 236 howitzers from NORINCO.

Locals accidentally discover historical treasures in Tarbela Ghazi

During the expansion of a cemetery in Tarbela Ghazi, Khaloo village residents discovered sculptures of historical significance. ASP explained the discovery and said local, the chairman of the Hasaas group, approached her and brought her the treasures. The archaeology department at the institution is ensuring excavation and protection of the discovery due to its unique nature.

PTA slaps jazz with RS 30 Mn fine over poor network quality

PTA imposed a heavy fine of Rs30 million on Jazz for poor service in seven cities across Pakistan. Chairman PTA issued the ruling, stating that Jazz failed to meet the Quality of Services Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) in the seven cities. According to a QoS survey conducted by the telecommunication authority during December 2020, Jazz provided low-quality services to its customers.


Sports

Shaheen Afridi becomes the first Pakistani player to win ICC Men’s Cricketer of the year award

ICC awarded Pakistani paceman Shaheen Shah Afridi the title of a cricketer of the year for his excellent performance in 2021. The youngster Afridi won the Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy for ICC Men’s Cricketer of the Year as he took 78 wickets in 36 matches at an average of 22.20. He had the best bowling figure of 6/51.

ICC declares Babar Azam as ODI cricketer of the year

Babar Azam, Pakistan’s captain, and star batsman have been named the ODI Cricketer of the Year by the international cricket governing body. The award is in recognition of his outstanding performance in 2021. He was the second-highest scorer and Player of the Match in both victories of Pakistan in the 2-1 series.

Entertainment

Folk singer Nirmala Maghani’s counsel issues legal notice to Xulfi over ‘Tu Jhoom’

Pakistani singer Nirmala Maghani’s legal team has filed a lawsuit against Zulfikar Khan, aka Xulfi, for copyright infringement over the hit song ‘Tu Jhoom’.Legendary singers performed the song on Coke Studio’s 14th season. Xulfi was accused of copying the melody of a singer from Umerkot. The latest soundtrack for the music franchise replaces Rohail Hyatt with Xulfi.

Pakistani music producer Xulfi accused of lifting Coke Studio’s ‘Tu Jhoom’ melody

Nirmala Maghani, a singer from Umarkot, takes issue with some aspects of the credits list. She claims the melody of Tu Jhoom was lifted from a sample she sent to Xulfi back in June 2021 while eyeing a spot as a featured artist on Coke Studio 14. There was no response from Xulfi to her messages.