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By: News Desk
Published: 09:58 PM, 18 Jun, 2022
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♦ Following the footsteps of the Sindh government, markets in major cities of Punjab will be closed at 9 pm from Monday (June 20)

♦ Flash flood sweeps away bridge linking Kohlu with Quetta: Coastal villages also flooded in Thatta: Monsoon showers lash twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi

♦ Flood situation in Balochistan due to heavy rains

♦ Despite the good weather, load shedding did not decrease; The duration of load shedding in different areas remained 14 hours; In small towns and villages of Punjab, there was no electricity for 8 to 10 hours

♦ Former President Asif Ali Zardari has set up camp in Lahore; He says now he will sit in Punjab and work together; He tried to save Pakistan by weakening his politics

♦ How did Dr Aamir Liaquat pass away; Judicial Magistrate East Karachi ordered a postmortem; Is the death of Aamir Liaquat natural or not? The board will determine the date of the autopsy

♦ The parents of Dua Zehra approached the Supreme Court; They took the position that the decision of the Sindh High Court was flawed; The decision was made on the basis of the statement and medical report of the petitioner

♦ The process of getting out of FATF grey list has started; Minister of State Hina Rabbani Khar has announced the good news; She says now there is no more work for Pakistan; The state did its best to get out of the grey list; Governments keep coming and going

♦ In October, Pakistan's name will be removed from the grey list; PM Shehbaz Sharif congratulates Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto on the completion of FATF targets on telephone; Says the entire team of Foreign Ministry deserves congratulations.

♦ Why only the people but even the public representatives should sacrifice; In the budget session of the Punjab Assembly, government member Sheikh Allauddin showed the way

♦ Imran Khan announces protest against inflation tomorrow; People should come out and protest against this imposed government, appeal of Fawad Chaudhry; Says protest will be held at Islamabad F-9 Park, Lahore Liberty Chowk; Demonstrations will be held on Shahra-e-Qaedin in Karachi; Citizens will also go out in Peshawar, Rawalpindi, Multan and Faisalabad

♦ Maryam Nawaz criticizes Imran's inflation protest

♦ Preparing to give another strong shock to the people; Electricity is likely to go up by Rs7.96 per unit; NEPRA will decide the fate of the people on June 27; The increase will be in the context of May's fuel price adjustment

♦ Railway fares increased for the second time in a week; Freight train fares increased by 10 per cent; 5 per cent increase in fares for passenger trains

♦ Rise in paper prices; Publishers make books 100 per cent more expensive; Book of Rs100 for sale at Rs200; Foreign book courses cost up to Rs5000; The new price increased from Rs7,000 to Rs12,000; Getting an education for a poor child has become more and more difficult

♦ Sugar mafia has stopped the payments of poor farmers by the sugar mafia. 

♦ The "James Bond" of  Buzdar spend 504 million from the secret fund; Where was the money spent and to whom; Funds are kept for secret services of police in Punjab; For the first time, funds were spent in block allocation

♦ Alarming increase in street crime rate in Lahore; There has been a 198% increase in crime this year; Citizens began looting in broad daylight; In 2021, the street crime rate was 180%

♦ Accusations of vandalism and damage to government property in PTI Long March; Dr Yasmin Rashid, Aslam Iqbal, Jamshed Iqbal Cheema and other PTI leaders appeared before the anti-terrorism court. Interim bail granted till June 28

♦ Black sheep of Karachi police facilitate terrorists; Major revelations of the officer arrested on the charge of facilitating in Khardar blast; Decision to set up JIT for further investigation

♦ Protests against the new recruitment system in the Indian Army continued for the fourth day; Riots in Haryana, Rajasthan, Bihar, Telangana, Madhya Pradesh; Trains were set on fire, buses were pelted with stones; Service suspended

♦ Negotiations between Pakistan and TTP may reach a conclusion; Afghan Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid says that Pakistani Taliban have declared a long ceasefire indefinitely

♦ It's been 5 years since Pakistan won the Champions Trophy; Pakistan had clinched the title by beating India 

♦ Chairman Awami Raj Party Jamshed Dasti became the bridegroom; 

♦ The boxing champion grandfather taught his grandson the tricks of his time; The movie based on the story of 18th century boxer will be released on July 22

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