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By: News Desk      Published: 03:53 PM, 2 Nov, 2021

Almost 1000 workers of the outlawed Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) were set free on Tuesday. Punjab Home Department said the workers who were not named in any case were allowed to walk free, clarifying that those facing cases are not being released. Due to the closure of the bridge built on the GT Road Chanab Pul and Khanki Barrage, this area has been cut off for several days. Chenab Bridge is still closed. However, from Jhelum Bridge, barriers and other hurdles have been removed

The federal government has to chalk out a strategy to remove 98 cases against Saad Rizvi and shujra members of TLP including 7-ATA FIRs.

Fawad Chaudhry said that religious extremists groups have the capacity to use the mob for violence but their capacity to stir politics has always been limited, At one point Sunni Tehreek was more violent than TLP but done n dusted this party will be over sooner, alliance with such party means int isolation

SSP (Investigations) to probe murder of Constable Adnan Ehsan by protesters

PM Imran Khan chaired cabinet meeting. PM was apprised of the pact with the banned outfits. Imran Khan will meet allies’ parties’ heads.

NA Opposition Leader Shehbaz Sharif termed a new ordinance regarding NAB as political victimization. He said Imran Khan gave NRO to his government with the new amendment

Pakistan refused to participate in the Pakistan National Security Adviser (NSAs) meeting being called by India citing India is a hostile and anti-peace country.

Peshawar High Court declared nonpartisan basis by-polls of Village Council and Neighbourhood Council as unconstitutional. PHC also ordered to hold polls on a partisan basis

A foreign airline flight from Bahrain to Islamabad narrowly escaped an accident due to an alleged mistake by female Air Traffic Controller

It has become difficult to build homes in the PTI era. Branded steel price increased by R7,000 and reached Rs190,000. In the last year, steel prices surged by Rs70,000.

Pakistan Textile sector exports increased 27 percent and Rs6040 exports were recorded in the first four-month of fiscal year

Pak-Afghan Chaman border reopened. Pedestrian crossing will remain open from 8am to 4pm, would remain open 24/7 for trade crossing

Sheikh Rasheed announced to launch of Rescue 1122 in Islamabad

 An eight-month-old child in Lahore lost his life in battle against dangerous dengue. Dengue  claimed thee lives in Punjab

SHC Justice Zafar Ahmed Rajpoot issued contempt of court notice to SBCA DG over illegal buildings constructions in the port city

CJP showed displeasure over Faisalabad Commissioner for not providing Master Plan of the city for last four years in petrol pump on state land case

At least 11 people Tuesday got injured in a motorcycle bomb blast in the Kharan district of Balochistan

A blast rocked the fireworks factory leaving one person dead and injured three

Sukkur Civil Hospital medicines worth millions thrown into the dust bin

As the World Leaders Summit opened on day two of COP26, UN chief António Guterres sent a stark message to the international community. “We are digging our own graves”, he said, referring to the addiction to fossil fuels that threaten to push humanity and the planet, to the brink, through unsustainable global heating.

Security officers have opened fire at a knifeman who threatened them at a railway station in Paris after refusing to wear a mask. The incident began on Tuesday morning at Saint-Lazare station after a man was stopped for not wearing a mask and refusing to comply with the officer

Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian has tested positive for COVID-19, the foreign ministry’s spokesman said, in advance of the nuclear talks slated to be held later this month.

  Pakistan will play a T20 match against Namibia today with an eye on the semi-finals of ICC Men’s T20 World Cup

Players fought at the Karachi Hockey Association match

Saudi women took up arms as part of gun reforms in the country to defend themselves agent danger 


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