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Published: 04:09 PM, 24 Oct, 2022
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♦ Kenyan police said that the death of Arshad Sharif occurred due to mistaken identity.

♦ ISPR expressed deep sorrow over the death of senior journalist Arshad Sharif. “May Allah grant patience to the bereaved family in this hour of sorrow,” it said.

♦ The Islamabad High Court rejected the plea to suspend Imran Khan’s disqualification on Monday.

♦ The Registrar’s Office of the Supreme Court returned the plea of Imran Khan to investigate the genuineness of audio leaks.

♦ The Islamabad High Court ordered to establish a special human rights court within a week.

♦ The Islamabad High Court ordered the interior and foreign secretaries to contact the family of Arshad Sharif who was shot dead in Kenya.

♦ Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif expressed grief over the death of journalist Arshad Sharif.

♦ The meeting of the Judicial Commission on the vacant posts of judges in the Supreme Court will be held today.

♦ Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif will go to Saudi Arabia on a two-day visit today.

♦ The 75th liberation day of Azad Jammu and Kashmir is being celebrated today.

♦ The federal capital has reported 26 new cases of dengue virus.

♦ Five persons were injured in a cylinder blast in a house in Fatima Jinnah Colony, Karachi.

♦ One person died in firing outside the gate of Sessions Court in Vehari.

♦ Polio campaign has started in certain districts of Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

♦ Muhammad Nawaz’s no-ball in the last over of Pak-India T20 match is being debated on social media.

♦ National cricket squad left for Perth from Melbourne. Pakistani team will play next match in Perth on October 27 against Zimbabwe.

♦ Bangladesh and Netherlands are vying in the Super 12 stage of T20 World Cup. Bangladesh team scored 144 runs at the loss of eight players.

♦ Hindus all over the world are celebrating Diwali today.

♦ The Legend of Maula Jatt has done a business of Rs100 crores.

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