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Saleem Malik apologises to fans, wants to return to cricket

saleem malik

Former Pakistan batsman Saleem Malik, who was banned in 2000 for match-fixing, has apologised to cricket fans and has asked to be reinstated back into the cricketing fold. “I want to apologise to all fans of cricket if my actions have hurt them,” said the middle-order legend. “I want to …

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2 soldiers martyred, 9 terrorists killed in Waziristan operation: ISPR

Two soldiers were martyred and nine terrorists were killed in an operation in North Waziristan’s Dosali and Khesora areas Saturday night, the military’s media wing said. According to the ISPR, the martyred soldiers have been identified as 43-year-old Hawaldar Abdul Waleed and 33-year-old Sepoy Sukumb Dad. They hailed from Abbottabad …

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Nine more flights to bring back UK nationals stranded in Pakistan

The British government has announced nine more chartered flights from Pakistan to bring back the British nationals. A UK Government statement issued in London said that these will include the first UK chartered flight from Karachi, which will depart on 30th of this month in addition to further departures from …

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Pakistani health experts on frontline against COVID19: PM

Imran Khan

Prime Minister Imran Khan says Pakistani health professionals are on the frontline in the fight against COVID-19 across the world. In a tweet on Saturday, he said that they also want to help us combat COVID19 in Pakistan. Imran Khan said we have launched Yaran-E- Watan initiative for our overseas …

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Over 2,800 patients recovered from Coronavirus in Pakistan

The total number of coronavirus infection cases in the country has reached 12,723. These include Punjab 5378, Sindh, 4232, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 1793, Balochistan 722, Islamabad Capital Territory 235, Gilgit-Baltistan 308, and Azad Kashmir 55 cases. According to National Command and Operation Center, so far 2,866 patients of Coronavirus have been …

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68-year-old woman gives birth to twins in Nigeria: UPI

A 68-year-old woman has given birth to twins after three previous IVF procedures were unsuccessful, reports a Nigerian hospital. According to UPI news agency on April 23, Lagos University Teaching Hospital announced Margaret Adenuga gave birth to a boy and a girl via caesarian section after 37 weeks of pregnancy. Her husband …

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Coronavirus recovery might not protect you from reinfection, warns WHO

Coronavirus US death

The global death toll in the novel coronavirus pandemic soared past the grim 200,000 milestone on Sunday, as the World Health Organization warned against “immunity passports” for recovered patients, seen as a possible tool for countries preparing to re-open their economies. The WHO opposes such “passports” because recovery from the …

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No compromise on hoarding and cartelization: Hammad

Hammad Azhar

Minister for Industries and Production Hammad Azhar says government has a zero tolerance policy on hoarding and cartelization. In a tweet on Friday, he said no violation will be accepted against SOPs by industries or commercial entities that have been allowed to operate under the present circumstances. The Minister said …

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