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By: News Desk      Published: 09:50 PM, 19 Nov, 2021
10:00 PM Headlines on 24Digital

♦Statistics Bureau reveals the inflation rate has gone up by one percentage point to 18.3 per cent this week

♦SBP raises interest rate by 1.5 percent, which has reached almost nine per cent

♦Dollar has become more expensive, increases by Rs0.57 paise in the interbank market to Rs175.24

♦Gas crisis intensifies across the country including Karachi, Lahore and Peshawar; country's exports began to be adversely affected.

♦Gas load shedding starts across Pakistan; In Naya Pakistan, gas will be available three times a day; federal government declares Bilawal Bhutto responsible for the gas crisis; Saeed Ghani says never heard gas will come 3 times a day; Murtaza Wahab says that when industries do not run, unemployment will increase  

♦Aptma demanded immediate withdrawal of increase in gas tariff; says if the decision is not reversed, meetings will not be held and export targets will not be met; says government will be responsible for unemployment

♦Bilawal Bhutto says time has come for Imran Khan's panic; says Imran Khan's change is a disaster for the people. He will be the representative of the people and will be able to serve the people.

♦United opposition agrees on not allowing Imran Niazi's monarchy to be established in Pakistan; united opposition will challenge the government's fascism and anti-constitutionalism; a decision taken in the parliamentary advisory group meeting of PML-N chaired by Shehbaz Sharif

♦Former President Asif Ali Zardari  reaches Lahore; expected to stay in Lahore for a few days; former President will hold meetings with important leaders of PPP

♦The government succeeded in getting three bills passed by the Senate; senate passed NAB Amendment Ordinance, Journalist Protection Bill and HEC Amendment Bill

♦PM Khan announces subsidy for low-income class housing; 5 marla houses will get 5% subsidy for the first five years; ten marla houses will get 7% subsidy for 5 years

♦Pollution is rampant in Lahore; top polluted cities continue; Air Quality Index Reaches 450; chest infections, throat, nose and eye diseases started increasing in children

♦Government makes a huge announcement to contain smog; smoke-emitting vehicles and motorcycles will be fined Rs 2,000

♦More people succumbed to dengue disease in Lahore in 24 hours; 158 people contracted dengue fever; a number of patients undergoing treatment in different hospitals has exceeded over 1,000

♦Preparations on local body elections underways started in Sindh, Balochistan and Islamabad; ECP issues three notifications regarding delimitation of constituencies

♦LHC fines Rs 2,000 for one-way violation; CTO praises Justice Shahid Karim for doing a good job

♦Sindh Assembly passed a resolution against the Imran led government’s talks with  proscribed TTP

♦Protest of farmers of Punjab came to fruition; Indian PM Narendra Modi apologized to the farmers; farmer’s organizations' terms decision of the government as a victory of the farmers

♦Pakistan clinches victory by 4 wickets in first T20I against Bangladesh in Dhaka;

♦South African swashbuckling wicketkeeper-batsman Abraham  Benjamin de Villiers has retired; AB de Villiers has scored over 20,000 in all three formats

♦Immoral messages scandal led to resignation Australia's Test captain Tim Pane Resigned; Tim Paine admits to sending explicit message to a female co-worker of cricket Tasmania; Paine apologizes to fans; says it was a difficult decision but better for my family and cricket;  chances of appointing of Pat Cummins Test captain rises

♦Hashim Amla was forced to drink alcohol in England claims former West Indian cricketer Tino Best; says that in a ceremony, a player kept forcing Hashim Amla to drink alcohol; I told him that Muslims do not drink alcohol but he kept forcing Hashim Amla

♦Unique expression of love in Muridke; man showered with flowers the ambulance carrying the body of his spouse; 12 sons, 3 daughters and more than 3 dozen grandchildren were taken to the cemetery.

♦Expressing love is not a crime; a woman officer in Islamabad has been forced to retire on the charge of expressing love

♦Final trailer for the action and crime movie "Nightmare" has been released; the film will be released on December 17

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