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♦ Imran Khan threatens to say it all if he is pushed to the wall; Claims he knows about conspirators and accomplices; people will get to know about traitors
♦ A meeting of the Parliamentary Committee on National Security, chaired by the Prime Minister, was attended by political and military leaders; Met
♦ Rain wreaks havoc in Balochistan, six killed, seven missing; Downpour in Karachi exposes drainage system; Sidewalks disappeared in the water, roads turned into drains; motorcycles stopped, vehicles damaged, kept pushing; The Meteorological Department has forecast rain till July 7
♦ Heavy rains flooded the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi; Four children trapped in the Korang canal were rescued;
♦ Punjab Chief Minister Hamza Shahbaz announces measures to provide people with relief; including free medicines, low price flour; and free electricity
♦ Violation of Code of Conduct; Election Commission seeks a reply from Punjab Chief Minister Hamza Shahbaz on July 7. Election Commission issues notice on 100 units power relief package.
♦ Another condition of IMF has been fulfilled; The Prime Minister has approved to increase of the price of electricity by Rs7.91 per unit. Prices will be increased in three phases
♦ After two weeks, the dollar soared; In the interbank market, the dollar rose by Rs2, 38 paise, Rs. 206, 94 paise. In the open market, the dollar rose by Rs.
♦ Finance Minister chairs a meeting of the Economic Coordination Committee to ponder over economic issues
♦ Indian passenger plane had to make an emergency landing at Karachi airport; the captain contacted the control tower and asked for permission to land; More than 100 passengers were on board the plane, which was en route from Delhi to Dubai.
♦ The mastermind of the Karachi University blast came to Pakistan from a neighboring country; There were four characters of the blast who were identified
♦ Babar Ghauri remanded for seven days; MQM leader arrested at Karachi airport
♦ Appeals of dissidents PTI Punjab lawmakers; Supreme Court questions why they attend a meeting their party announced boycott; Deviation is not a small matter; It is a matter of human conscience. Chief Justice's remarks, the hearing adjourned indefinitely
♦ Former government's investigation report into Rawalpindi Ring Road scandal declared illegal and malicious; A new inquiry report has been issued with the approval of the Prime Minister. Former Chief Secretary Punjab Jawad Rafique Malik and former Commissioner Rawalpindi Gulzar Hussain Shah were declared guilty of misconduct and recommended disciplinary action.
♦ Cabinet approves draft of 3rd NAB Amendment Bill. NAB will not be able to investigate corruption cases of less than Rs. 50 crore. Section 16 of the NAB Act has also been amended
♦ Despite rains, power crisis looms large; Shortfall reaches 6,398 MW. The duration of load-shedding has exceeded 12 hours
♦ The rate of corona cases is recorded at 3.4%; 653 new cases were reported in 24 hours; The rate of cases in Karachi decreased to 8%; the highest rate of 13% was recorded in Mardan
♦Corona leaked from US laboratory, not China, claims US professor
♦ The first elected Prime Minister of Pakistan, Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, has been removed from office. A third martial law has been imposed in the country.
♦Unforgettable story of the bravery of Kargil war hero; Enemy also appreciates the bravery of Captain Colonel Sher Khan; Martyrdom Day marked in Swabi' Guard of Honor presented
♦Haj rituals will start on Thursday; One million pilgrims will perform Haj; For the first time, women under the age of 45 are also allowed to perform Haj without Muharram
♦.Eidul Azha nearing; cattle markets getting crowded; Buyers complain about price hikes; sellers blame inflation on rulers
♦Another honor for mountaineer Shahrooz Kashif - 8126 meters high peak of Nanga Parbat Circling - Shahrooz Kashif became the youngest mountaineer in the world
♦England defeated India by 7 wickets in the Edgbaston Test. England scored 378 runs, the ninth in Test history, the biggest target in their history.