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By: News Desk      Published: 01:00 PM, 1 Nov, 2021
1:00pm Headlines on 24Digital

♦ Implementation of agreement between government and TLP begins; Religious party workers will stay in adjacent parks leaving G.T. Road on the directions of party Majlis-e-Shura

♦The government has started removing hurdles as well as security forces deployed to stop Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan long march on Grand Trunk Road as well as in the twin cities after reaching an agreement with the TLP leadership

♦Federal Minister Ali Muhammad Khan to chair Steering Committee meeting to discuss releasing of religious party workers. The meeting members will prepare TORs for agreement implementation. TLP representatives Allama Ghaus Baghdadi and Hafizullah Alvi will participate

♦Allama Shafiq Amini and Pir Zaheerul Hassan, two important members of the religious party's Majlis-e-Shura, were released. Both joined sit-in after the release. Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rehman says that if the agreement would be betrayed, they will come to the fore with full force. It may take up to a week for removing the ‘banned’ word

♦ Prime Minister will chair the PTI core committee meeting today. A briefing will be given on the agreement with the religious party. The meeting will discuss the political and current situation

♦ Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) President and Opposition Leader in the National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif has hinted at the inclusion of Pakistan People’s Party in the anti-government alliance - Pakistan Democratic Party

♦ Sindh CM said that PPP will defeat PTI in the next elections and he would appoint Imran Khan in Cricket Board if PPP gets the power. He said time has changed now and PPP did not come via the back door

♦ The federal government will soon issue an ordinance as the government decided to amend the NAB law. Fraud cases will be shifted back to NAB

♦ Another patient suffering from dengue fever died in Islamabad during the previous 24 hours. As many as 46 more patients of the mosquito-borne disease surfaced during this period, taking the capital’s tally of cases this season to 3,643

♦ Pakistan reported seven more coronavirus deaths and 482 new cases that emerged during the last 24 hours (Sunday), showed the data released by the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) on Monday morning

♦ Federal Information Minister Fawad Ch said cases have been registered against the students of Government Medical College and Sher-e-Kashmir Medical College in Occupied Kashmir for celebrating Pakistan's victory. He tweeted, “If Pakistan's victory is Kashmir's victory, why don't they celebrate? Hopes for freedom from such heinous acts by Modi janta has been growing.”

♦ Virat Kohli admitted the bad performance of the Indian team as Kiwis thrashed the Indian team. India hopes to reach semifinal match diminishing now

♦ Ban IPL became the top trend on Twitter. Indian commentators said not even a single player Indian player performed

♦ West Indies women cricket team reached Karachi, will spend three days in isolation and start practice from Nov 4. ODI matches between Pakistan and WI women teams are scheduled on Nov 8, 11, Nov 14.

♦ Hyderabad Police claimed to tighten the noose against the ice drugs dealers as ice drug addiction surged among youngsters and women

♦ Two trains collide in South England. 17 people were injured including the driver. Investigations launched

♦ White House press secretary Jen Psaki tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday, she said in a statement, adding she had last seen President Joe Biden on Tuesday

♦ Australia opened its borders after 590 days. Emotional scenes at airports as people meet their beloved ones after months

♦ Karachi residents reach landa market to buy warm clothes

♦ Fishermen catch rare fish named ‘Ara’ from Jiwani port. WWF said Ara species is endangered

♦ Dune (titled onscreen as Dune: Part One) is a 2021 American epic science fiction film directed by Denis Villeneuve with a screenplay by Jon Spaihts, Villeneuve, and Eric Roth earned $60.94 million in the second week

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