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Published: 09:58 PM, 2 Jul, 2022
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♦ Interior Minister Rana Sanuallah says three years ago a flawed agreement was reached with the International Monetary Fund; Says IMF making the government dance to its tune for paltry sum of $1 billion; Interior Minister dubs Imran Khan an egoist

♦ PTI's power show in Islamabad at parade Ground; A pistol and ammunition were recovered from a man at the walk-through gate of the hall

♦ Maryam Nawaz kicks off PML-N by-election campaign in Lahore; The PML-N’s central leader will address three by-election rallies in different provincial constituencies of the city

♦ The Supreme Court has issued a written order regarding the election of the Punjab Chief Minister; Hamza Shahbaz will remain Chief Minister till July 22

♦ CEC warns Punjab govt that it will not tolerated violation of by-election code

♦ First spell of monsoon in Karachi is expected tonight; Rain spell will continue till Tuesday

♦ Monsoon begins in Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Kashmir; Reduction in heat intensity due to blackouts in Lahore. Islamabad, Jhelum, Narowal will receive rains

♦ Load shedding has become unbearable for the people; Power shortfall has reached 7,477 MW; The duration of load shedding has exceeded 14 hours in most areas

♦ Coronavirus in Karachi has recorded 18 per cent positive cases; Sindh government has ordered implementation of SOPs; The rate of coronaviruses in the country has increased to 4.5 per cent

♦ With one week left till Eid, business restrictions remain; Business community in Punjab is waiting for markets and bazaars to open 24 hours a day; The administration did not allow the opening of markets and shopping plazas on Sunday

♦ Miftah Ismail has made life difficult for the poor; Thousands of drivers and conductors have lost their jobs; Transporters in Lahore have started parking their vehicles. 30% transport will run till Eid

♦ Case of illegal allotment of land to Farah Gogi; Board was formed for investigation; Two plots of 10 acres in Faisalabad were given to Farah Gogi for Rs83 million; The market value of the plots was Rs600m

♦ Meeting of Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain with Asif Ali Zardari; Condolences on the demise of former president's mother; Chaudhry Salik Hussain, Shafi Hussain and Tariq Bashir Cheema were also present

♦ PM visits Maulana Fazlur Rehman at Ittefaq Hospital Lahore; PM Shehbaz Sharif expresses good wishes for Maulana Fazlur Rehman

♦ Dua Zahra presented before medical board for age redetermination: Doctors say all tests will be carried out today: Father's plea for changing investigation officer rejected

♦ A case of gang rape of a woman in a moving train in Multan; The DNA of the three arrested accused matched with the affected woman

♦ Action of security forces in North Waziristan; 3 terrorists killed in exchange of firing; Weapons and ammunition also recovered

♦ Petroleum Dealers Association threatens to strike from July 18; Dealer demand to increase margin to 6%; Says expenses have increased, can't bear further losses

♦ The number of modern buses in Karachi has started increasing; 30 more buses of Red Line have reached Karachi; Sindh Minister for Transport Sharjeel Inam Memon gave good news.

♦ Severe tremors in southern Iran; 5 killed, several injured in Bandar Khmer area of Hormozgan; Several buildings affected; The magnitude of the quake was 6.3 with a depth of 10 km. The quake also shook Dubai, Sharjah and Qatar

♦ England's Stuart Broad concedes new record of 35 runs in a Test over

♦ Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic advanced to the fourth round of the Wimbledon Open

♦ The doom of cattle markets has increased; Cattle markets are booming; Variety of animal in Lahore's Sagian Market

♦ The number of affected animals has increased to 30 in Lahore cattle markets; The administration quarantined the animals affected by the Lumpy skin

♦ Polo Festival in Shandur, the highest tourist destination; Music, regional dance and paragliding have also been organized in the festival

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