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Published: 04:20 PM, 7 May, 2022
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♦ Wapda Chairman Lt-Gen (retd) Muzammil Hussain has tendered resignation from his post. Muzammil Hussain has forwarded his resignation to Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif. Muzammil Hussain mentioned personal reasons for his resignation. Due to personal and family compulsions he could not continue the job, he wrote.

♦ PM Shehbaz to address public gathering in Shangala shortly

♦ No long march unless govt assured it won't be violent, Rana Sana tells PTI: Says won’t let Sheikh Rashid out of house until he withdraws his ‘bloody march’ statement: Farah Gogi was calling shots in Punjab as Buzdar was dummy CM

♦ Sheikh Rasheed said election date needed to save the country 

♦ PIA once again decides to auction its ATR plane

♦ Ashtar Ausaf appointed new Attorney General of Pakistan

♦ President calls National Assembly session on PM’s advice

♦ IG Motorway Inam Ghani removed from his post

♦ Wheat flour price increased by Rs10.50 per kg: 20kg flour bag will now cost Rs210 more, 10kg bag Rs110 more

♦ Chicken prices get wings across country

♦ Pakistan relief goods reach Kabul for flood-affected Afghans

♦ US Secretary of State Antony Blinken phones Bilawal

♦ Imran Khan’s long march aimed at saving Farah Khan: Maryam Nawaz 

♦ Jahangir Tareen also rejects Imran Khan’s allegations, says his business does not need any kind of support

♦ Cop shoots dead wife, daughter, driver in Lower Dir

♦ Pakistan logs another 36 coronavirus cases, no fatality: NIH data shows number of critical patients stands at 105: A new subvariant is spreading rapidly in US: India reports 3,805 new Covid cases, 22 deaths

♦ Anas Sarwar congratulates Labour party leaders for winning LB polls in the U.K. 

♦ Shahid Afridi defends his right to criticize Imran Khan

♦ Training camp for women series against Sri Lanka kicks off in Karachi

♦ Sirbaz Khan becomes first Pakistani to climb 10 peaks above 8,000m

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