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By: News Desk      Published: 10:02 PM, 11 Nov, 2021
10:00 pm Headlines on 24Digital

♦ Former Pakistan cricket captain Inzamam ul Haq in an explosive revelation on Thursday claimed that late Pakistan team coach Robert Andrew Woolmer aka Bob Woolmer had said Shahada four days before his death; says Bob Woolmer inquired and collected information about the religion of Islam from him and later recited Kalma in front of cricketer Mushtaq Ahmed

♦  Pakistan posted a total of 176 runs in the all-important semifinal against Kangaroos of Australia; Rizwan scored 67 runs, Babar scored 39 runs, Zaman scored 55 runs

 Batters played their part; now it’s up to bowlers Shaheen, Haris, Shadab are all set to knock out Australia

♦  Children, adults are all desperate for Pakistan's victory; fans offered prayers for victory; large screens were installed in different cities including National Hockey Stadium in Lahore; fans in Hyderabad links hope for the success of Men in green; Gujranwala wrestlers advises Pakistan Inam Butt's advises National Team Advice.

♦  Women cricketers wished Pakistan Cricket Team in the all-important final; Brian Charles Lara predicted Pakistan as victorious

♦  PM Khan to visit UAE, if Pakistan through to the final; Information Minister says Pakistan to fix security problems faced by blackcaps of New Zealand

♦  British High Commissioner Christian Turner backs Pakistan Cricket Team and in his tweet wished Good Luck to Pakistan

♦  Opposition’s steering committee mulls no-confidence motion against NA speaker

♦  On the instructions of the Prime Minister, the government team was busy convincing the allies; assurance to remove reservations; also briefs on electronic voting machines (EVM); Imran Khan entrusted Asad Qaiser with the task of convincing the opposition; Government decides to convene a joint sitting of Parliament on November 16

♦  On the instructions of the Prime Minister, the government teams are busy convincing the allies; also briefs on electronic voting machines; PM Khan gave Asad Qaiser the task of convincing the opposition;

♦  Leader of the opposition Shehbaz Sharif is happy with the ruling coalition; says that the refusal of the coalition parties to be a part of the black law is a good omen; says instead of forcibly clinging to the chair, PM Imran Niazi should resign and give relief to the nation ♦ Implementation of agreement between the government and Tehreek-e-Labbaik; Hafiz Saad Rizvi's name removed from 4th schedule notified the Home Department Sheikh Rasheed says was part of the TLP's first agreement, not now, not convinced of bloodshed; says PM will complete his five years of tenure

♦  On the open market, the dollar reached an all-time high of Rs176.50; on the interbank market, the price rose to Rs 174.10

♦  Prices of the vehicles have increased amid rising inflation and US dollar value; Pak Suzuki Motors has increased the price of vehicles in-demand like Cultus, Alto, and WagonR

♦  Supreme Court issued written order of the APS case while PM Imran assured to abide by the court orders to take action against the responsible of the terror attack

♦  Supreme Court rejected the federal government's request to suspend the decision to lay off 16,000 employees. The order cannot be suspended at the first hearing, declarations of Judge Umar Ata Bandial. Judge Qazi Amin commented that the work of government agencies has been going on before and will continue

♦  Supreme Court rejected the federal government's request to suspend the decision to lay off 16,000 employees; the order cannot be suspended at the first hearing, declarations of Judge Umar Ata Bandial; Judge Qazi Amin commented that the work of government agencies has been going on before and will continue

♦  Sindh Assembly member Jam Owais and other accused appear in court; physical remand extended until November 16; DVR and mobile phone sent to a laboratory for forensics. The plaintiff in the murder case lacks confidence in the police investigation; Afzal Jokhio threatened by some people

♦  Russia issued its own declaration. Russia threw out five points of India's joint declaration

 The fifth death anniversary of singer A Nayyar observed

♦  Remy Ouvrard breaks the world record by standing on a hot air balloon and flying at an altitude of 13,175 feet

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