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Published: 10:00 PM, 16 Jan, 2022
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♦ Administration in Murree has swallowed the lives of 23 people; The spell of snowfall was continued for five straight days; The administration took no measurements to close the entrance; The report of Murree tragedy pointed the fingers at local administration; Tourists declared the tragedy as ‘horrific experience’; The report will be handed over to the CM Punjab Usman Buzdar tomorrow 

♦ The entrance to Murree has opened again; Daily 8,000 vehicles be allowed to enter the spot; Today 900 vehicles made their way to Murree; Roads are still closed in Murree and Abbottabad amid snowfall; Residents of the area are busy opening closed roads by their own; People facing food and fuel shortages due to road closures

♦ 63 revolvers, 183 Sten guns, 13 anti-craft guns have been found from the Old City Area in Karachi; Police started to investigate the matter; Includes provisions of terrorism in the case of possession of weapons of war; Statement of the building manager and shop owner recorded; According to investigators, the weapon is 30 years old; It may be made before the gang war 

♦ Coronavirus in Karachi spreads like wildfire; The positivity rate of Covid-19 cases has crossed 39 per cent; 2,412 cases were reported in last 24 hours; One succumbed to the deadly virus in Karachi; Almost no SOPs were followed amid the surge in cases; Transports, markets and public spots witnessed a huge gathering of people

♦ ‘Omicron’ variant of the coronavirus keep on targeting the Lahoriites; 45 cases have been reported in a single day; Muzaffarabad reported 10 cases of the highly mutated variant of the coronavirus; 9 people succumbed to the virus across the country; During the last 24 hours, overall 4,027 cases were reported; The positivity rate of the coronavirus was recorded 7.8 per cent

♦ Schools will be opened or to remain close; The decision will be taken in the meeting of the provincial education ministers tomorrow

♦ Prime Minister Imran Khan has once again increased the price of petrol by Rs3.1; light-speed diesel by Rs3.3; Prices of high-speed diesel and kerosene oil went up by Rs3.5 per litre; The new price of petrol is Rs147.83 per litre, high-speed diesel (HSD) Rs144.62 per litre, kerosene Rs116.48 and light-speed diesel Rs114.54 per litre

♦ Political parties reject POL prices hike; Opposition Leader Shehbaz Sharif says the increase in prices of petroleum products is economic terrorism against the people; Bilawal Bhutto Zardari says the government will have to bear for increasing power and POL prices 

♦ The people were outraged when the prices of petroleum products went up. They said that the government was killing the poor instead of providing relief. Where did the government's claims to control inflation go?

♦ All four Sharifs are minus politics; Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid says those who dream of in-house change are like a blind whale; It will not happen.

♦ Fawad Chaudhry claims that there is a race among the four leaders of PML-N League to come forward; PTI government will be formed, let the time come, we will tell you how to fight elections

♦ The Sharif family is asking for a burger deal; You no longer get the deal. Nawaz Sharif's visa in the UK will be cancelled soon; Former Prime Minister of Pakistan will go straight to jail as soon as he lands, Special Assistant Shahbaz Gill talks to media

♦ The economy has been handed over to the IMF; The government cannot run, the rulers should go home, there should be re-election; Ameer of Jamaat-e-Islami Siraj-ul-Haq says that we have to end the role of a silent spectator now; We will protest everywhere against inflation and money budget

♦ Jamaat-e-Islami marches against local government law in Karachi; Hafiz Naeem-ur-Rehman says Karachi is waking up for its rights and powers.

♦ Gas crisis intensifies across the country; Karachi experienced gas load shedding on holiday; Difficulties in cooking at home; Decision to keep CNG stations open in Peshawar on Monday, Wednesday and Friday

♦ The weather is dry and cold in most parts of the country; Leh is the coldest place with minus 15 degrees Celsius; Rain is expected in Chitral, Dir, Swat, Mansehra and Abbottabad; Clouds will also dominate Quetta, Ziarat, Pishin, Chaman and Zhob; Snowfall in the mountains of Kashmir, KP, Gilgit-Baltistan

♦ Two youths lost their lives when three vehicles collided in Karachi; One vehicle was completely destroyed in the accident

♦ Police started an investigation for the arrest of dacoits in Kandhkot Kacha. Three dacoits were killed in the encounter. The accused were wanted by Sindh and Punjab police in different cases

♦ Another accused Faizan Solangi arrested in the alleged suicide case of Dr Asmat Toor in Khairpur Nathan Shah; The accused is the son of the main accused Shaman Solangi

♦ Foreign ambassadors visit an archaeological site in Takht Bhai; Briefing to the Diplomats of Korea, Spain and Argentina; Ambassadors call Pakistan a beautiful country

♦ The spread of Corona worldwide could not be stopped; One million people began to be infected with Corona every hour; More than 2.4 million people around the world became infected with the deadly virus and more than 5,700 died in 24 hours. Confirmation of more than 400,000 cases

♦ Corona epidemic situation becomes intense in India; In 24 hours, another 271,000 people were infected with Corona and 314 died; The number of Omicron variant cases reached 8,000

♦ Tennis star Novak Djokovic's appeal against visa revocation rejected; Australian court rules deportation order Djokovic leaves Australia after the verdict

♦ U.S. police raid Jewish synagogue in Texas; All four hostages were rescued; The accused was killed in the firing

♦ After the lone elephant in Islamabad zoo, the rhinoceros of Lahore zoo also suffer from loneliness 23-year-old rhino has been lonely for many years

♦ Australia's victory in the Ashes series; A shocking defeat to England; Defeated by 146 runs; Australia clinched the victory 4-0; In the new rankings of the Test Championship, Sri Lanka came first, Australia second and Pakistan third

♦ Thar Jeep Rally was won by Mir Nadir Magsi; Nadir Magsi covered a distance of 106 km in over 1 hour and 7 minutes; 35 drivers participated in the pre-paired race

♦ The trailer of the Hollywood movie "Last Looks" has come out; The movie will be released on the big screen on February 4

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