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Published: 10:02 PM, 21 Jun, 2022
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♦ PM Shehbaz Sharif says the government will take more strict decisions if required; Says the former government set a trap by lowering oil prices; Taking a dig at the previous regime, he says if the PTI government had reached an agreement with the IMF it should have honored it; Says the contemporary situation is no less than any challenge; Says he is hopeful that good time will come

♦ The agility of Finance Minister Miftah Ismail goes in vain; The dollar had gained Rs1.52 in the interbank market; For the first time in the history of the country, the dollar trashed the Pakistani rupee to a record low of Rs211.48 in the interbank; In the open market, the dollar rose by Rs2 to reach Rs215; Importers are worried about the lack of US currency in the market

♦ PTI chairman says the leaders of the coalition government should be put in jail for their shamelessness; Says nobody can pass such laws shamelessly as this government did; Imran Khan announces to challenge NAB amendment in SC

♦ PML-N Vice-President Maryam Nawaz says the political future of former premier Imran Khan's party is coming to an end

♦ In-camera NSC meeting to be held on Wednesday at PM House

♦ ECP reserves verdict in PTI foreign funding case: CEC says other parties’ cases will be finalized soon

♦ The powerful spell of pre-monsoon to dominate the country today and tomorrow; Fear of flood situation in many cities including Lahore, Multan, Peshawar, and Islamabad 

♦ Torrential rains pound upper areas causing landslides, and flooding; Kohlu cut off from rest of Balochistan; One killed, 3 injured in roof collapse incidents in Dera Bugti, Renala Khurd

♦ DC Lahore issues instructions to close all markets on Sunday; DC says all commercial markets, plazas, shops, shopping malls, bakeries, offices, storerooms, warehouses and warehouses will be closed on Sunday 

♦ Federal Cabinet defers Rs7.99 hike in basic electricity tariff: Pays tribute to Pakistan Army and concerned ministries on FATF success: Approves release of domestic, international Sukuk Bonds: PM directs ministers to ensure their presence in assembly

♦ Dr Aamir Liaquat’s body to be exhumed on Thursday: First wife decides to challenge exhumation

♦ Tributes glow as PPP celebrates Benazir Bhutto Shaheed’s 69th birthday: Zardari says BB’s every dream to be materialized under Bilawal’s leadership

♦ PA secretary records his statement in graft case involving Moonis Elahi

♦ Unpaid pensioner jumps from railway HQ in Lahore

♦ The body of a woman who was found in Karachi Manghopir has been identified; Mumtaz Begum a resident of Moti Mahal (Gulshan-e-Iqbal) 

♦ PTA introduces new system to block inappropriate websites

♦ State Terrorism in Indian-Occupied Kashmir; Forces in Baramulla and Pulwama martyred four more Kashmiris; Four youths were martyred during the so-called search operation; The number of martyrs rose to 11 in three days

♦ Rail strike in the UK; biggest in 30 years; Thousands of workers went on strike; Demand for pay raise hike, job security, and better working environment

♦ Afghan refugee woman wins Australian Senate seat; Fatima Paiman becomes first Muslim woman to wear hijab in Parliament; Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and party leaders congratulate Paiman on her victory

♦ Today is the longest day of the year and the shortest night; From tomorrow the day duration will be gradually reduced and the nights will be longer

♦ Asian Bradman Zaheer Abbas is in critical condition; Zaheer Abbas has been admitted to ECU in a London hospital

♦ It has been 13 years since Pakistan became the T20I champions; Pakistan had clinched the trophy by beating Sri Lanka under the captaincy of Younis Khan; PCB shares video after 13 years of historic success

♦ The message of peace, love, and brotherhood through melodious melodies of music; World Music Day is being celebrated all over the world including Pakistan

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