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♦ Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has warned President Arif Alvi if he tries to mess up the army chief's summary, he will have to face the consequences. He alleged that Imran Khan’s long march aimed at making the appointment of army chief controversial.
♦ PTI Chairman and former prime minister Imran Khan gave a call to people to reach Rawalpindi on November 26 as part of his long march. Khan said that he will give the next plan of action for the party’s long march after his supporters reach Rawalpindi on November 26.
♦ Minister for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb said Imran Khan’s political gimmickry would come to an end on November 26. She said the end of Imran Khan’s so-called ‘Haqeeqi Azadi March’ would not be different from his long march of 2014.
♦ Another lie of Imran Khan exposed as NAB declines any plea bargain deal with Omni Group as claimed by former premier
♦ Sindh Information Minister Sharjeel Memon said people have seen the true colours of Imran Khan and claimed that PPP will succeed in the next elections
♦ Mustafa Kamal accuses Imran Khan of telling lies only and criticised him for targeting the institutions
♦ The Islamabad IG police submitted his report to the Islamabad High Court in which he suggested taking a financial guarantee from the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf in case any damage was reported during its long march. The police report submitted to the court also contained the threat alerts to the life of PTI Chairman Imran Khan. The report points out that the party has already violated its guarantee given during the May 25 long march.
♦ PTI lawmaker hammers own party for ignoring merit: Usman Tarrakai accuses Asad Qaiser of cronyism: Complains he was the most qualified representative from KP but was not given any position
♦ A video of police officials deputed for the long march duty went viral in which they are protesting the poor quality of food
♦ Finance Minister Ishaq Dar said Pakistan will not default and would meet its upcoming $1 billion dollar bond payments. Dar said that no one should worry about the rumours, claiming they were being spread seemingly for political purposes.
♦ Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited various setups of the Army Medical Corps as part of farewell visits and appreciated the efforts of the Army Medical Corps which are providing quality health care and state-of-the-art rehabilitation services to members of the armed forces, their families and civilian patients
♦ People’s Bus Service kinks start in Hyderabad; 10 buses are running on a 15km route in first phase
♦ Karachi police failed to vacate the premises of Islamia College on the orders of the apex court. Hostilities erupted after court officials along with Karachi Police served the college administration with orders to vacate the building but they refused to comply with them and reportedly incited students to resist the vacation.
♦ Javeria Siddique, widow of slain journalist Arshad Sharif, wrote a letter to President Arif Alvi requesting him to constitute a judicial commission in order to investigate the mysterious murder of her husband in Kenya
♦ Another senior National Accountability Bureau (NAB) prosecutor RD Kalhoru has resigned from his post
♦ Mufti-e-Azam Pakistan and author of dozens of religious books Mufti Muhammad Rafi Usmani passed away in Karachi on Friday night. Funeral prayer of the deceased will be offered tomorrow.
♦ Another Sehwan Sharif accident injured dies
♦ Three girl students die as van falls into AJK ditch
♦ A brave girl named Bisma from Gujranwala did not hesitate to react in an alarming situation when two dacoits on a motorbike threatened her and tried to snatch her purse. Bisma read the situation quickly and in a blink of an eye snatched the pistol from a dacoit and pointed back at him. The brave girl did not stop there, she also raised an alarm and the passersby were at the scene in a flash and got hold of both the robbers.
The Cantonment Police Station arrested both the accused and registered FIR.
♦ Comedian Tariq Teddy passes away
♦ Snowfall and rainfall continue on hilltops in Swat Valley
♦ A LATAM Airlines jet collided with a firetruck on the runway as it was taking off from the airport in Peru's capital Lima on Friday, resulting in the death of two firefighters,
♦ After a 12-year build-up engulfed by a desert storm of controversy, the World Cup finally kicks off in Qatar on Sunday with Lionel Messi aiming to crown his glittering career by winning football's greatest prize. The first-ever World Cup held in the Arab world -- and the first staged outside of the northern hemisphere's summer window -- gets underway at the 60,000-capacity Al Bayt Stadium, where hosts Qatar take on Ecuador in Group A.
♦ Racers ready for the battle of 7th Thal Desert Jeep Rally 2022