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Zimbabwe’s cricket fan’s curse due to fake Mr. Bean leads Pakistan to a major defeat in T20

Pakistan lost to Zimbabwe in their T20 World Cup match on Thursday by a single run — after the Zimbabweans were looking to settle a score and not just on the field. It all began when an apparent Twitter handle of a Zimbabwean claimed that they will ‘settle the matter’, all the while calling Pakistanis ‘frauds’. “Just pray for the rains to save you,” Ngugi Chasura tweeted. 

PM’s focal person on Digital Media resigns claiming “government decisions come from three different places”

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s focal person on Digital Media and Technologies Ahmad Jawad resigned on Friday, claiming “government decisions come from three different places”. Jawad posted a copy of his resignation on his Twitter handle which stated that his “greatest service in politics is that [he] introduced new principles”. He added that he is resigning from his post due to the prime minister’s constraints.

Arshad Sharif’s death turns to an even bigger mystery as new details unfold

Kenyan journalists have raised questions about the killing of Pakistani journalist Arshad Sharif and brought new details to light. In a news story published by Nation Media Group, a senior investigative reporter said the occupant in Mr Sharif’s car shot at GSU officers, according to police claims. It quoted police as saying that the incident prompted police to shoot back. 

PTI Chairman Imran Khan not been barred from contesting in future elections: IHC

Islamabad High Court (IHC) Chief Justice Athar Minallah observed on Monday that PTI Chairman Imran Khan had not been barred from contesting in future elections following the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) verdict in the Toshakhana reference against him, adding that the former premier “won’t face any problems” to contest in the NA-45 (Kurram-I) by-election scheduled to be held on Oct 30.

Pakistan mourns the loss of its top journalist, Arshad Sharif, shot dead in Kenya

Arshad Sharif, Pakistan’s most loved journalist was shot dead in Kenya this morning. Arshad had the left the country after death threats were made and apparently there was a bounty on his head. Some even alleged that ‘Behind closed doors’- a documentary on the Sharif family’s massive corruption led to the death of Arshad, as he was a major contributor to the documentary.

Zainab Abbas continues to remain the only Pakistani woman sports presenter internationally at a World Cup

Zainab Abbas has once again proved to be an inspiration for all other girls in this field. Pakistan’s most loved sports presenter will again be the only woman from Pakistan to represent the country internationally at the ICC T20 World Cup. Zainab has reshaped cricket journalism with a radiance that is uniquely her own.

Pakistan’s top shooter Gulfam Joseph qualifies for Paris Olympics 2024

Gulfam Joseph wins Pakistan their first quota for the 2024 Paris Olympics as he finished sixth at the International Shooting Sports Federation World Championships 10m air pistol men’s event in Cairo, Egypt. The 22-year-old has ensured at least one directly qualified place at the 2024 Olympics, and he is proving to be one of the most consistent athletes for Pakistan now.

Nueplex issues statement for not screening the most awaited ‘the legend of Maula Jatt’

One of Karachi’s biggest cinema chain, Neuplex Cinema, has not yet screened the long awaited ‘the Legend of Maula Jatt’. After a lot of probing by fans, it was revealed that film distributors have asked the cinema authorities to increase the price of ticket from Rs. 1000 to Rs. 1200. Now, the owners of the latter have set the record straight.

Karachi university’s security guard appointed as Lecturer after completing M.Phil

Akhtar Nawaz Khattak, a security guard of Karachi University, has now been appointed as the Lecturer in the same university after he completed his MPhil degree. Nawaz Khattak worked as a guard at night so in the day he could finish his course work. He says that he ignored his family to complete his education, but hopes to makes it up to them.

Pakistan’s 11-year-old Mahnoor wins junior squash title in Malaysia

Pakistan’s 11-year-old squash player Mahnoor has made the nation proud by being crowned champion of the 18th Penang Junior Open 2022 in Malaysia. The teenager beat Malaysia’s Avantikashrii Seenivasagam by 3-0 in the final to get her hands on the glittering trophy. The one-sided competition saw Mahnoor winning three straight sets by 11-4, 11-1, and 11-3.