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Published: 09:57 PM, 25 Apr, 2022
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♦ The government of Pakistan has issued a passport to the former premier Mian Nawaz Sharif; The passport of Nawaz Sharif has been issued in the Ordinary Category on an urgent basis with the validity of ten years; PM Shehbaz Sharif led government in the centre had recently issued a directive to renew Nawaz Sharif's passport

♦ Maryam Nawaz's request for return of passport; Maryam Nawaz should write that she wants to go for Umrah and visit her father, remarks of Justice Ali Baqir Najafi

♦ Much to the solace of PTI, the Islamabad High Court has stopped the Election Commission of Pakistan from announcing a verdict in the PTI foreign funding case within 30 days; In his order on Monday, IHC Chief Justice Athar Minallah said; “The ECP is a constitutional institution so the court suspends its earlier order that the commission should announce its verdict within 30 days” 

♦ The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) wrote a letter to the Interior Ministry for security, ahead of PTI's protest in front of Election Commission offices across the country

♦ Bilawal terms Imran’s protest against ECP as blackmailing in foreign funding case

♦ The Foreign Office dismissed reports of pressure on Ambassador Asad Majeed as baseless

♦ Lahore police denied reports of recovery of Dua Zehra

♦ The mystery of Nimra disappearance from Saudabad has been solved; Nimra got married to a boy named Shah Rukh 

♦ Another girl disappears from Karachi in ten days; A 25-year-old Dinar went missing from Soldier Bazaar

♦ The newly-elected Punjab Chief Minister Hamza Shehbaz has not been sworn in so far; The court order has been continuously ignored

♦ Differences between Deputy Speaker and Punjab Assembly Secretariat; Secretary Assembly suspends staff of Deputy Speaker

♦ References against deviant members of PTI are scheduled for hearing; Notices were sent to all deviant members by the Election Commission

♦ Prices of petroleum products have not gone up; Beneficiaries have created an artificial crisis of diesel in Punjab; Oil companies have stopped supply of diesel; Farmers and transporters have been disturbed Government decides to take action against those responsible

♦ The Meteorological Department has sounded the alarm; A severe heatwave is forecast across the country this week; The heatwave will continue from April 26 to May 2

♦ During the scorching heat across the country, power outages have troubled the lives of the people

♦ The Prime Minister blamed the PTI government for the load shedding; He says that Nawaz Sharif’s government ended the worst load shedding; The PTI government did not buy fuel on time nor did it repair power plants; Generating expensive electricity through inefficient plants is costing the people 100 billion rupees a month

♦ If there is no fuel, how will the power plants run; The former government is responsible for load shedding; Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah criticized PTI

♦ The Prime Minister is going to Saudi Arabia at his own expense; Shehbaz Sharif will not go on a commercial flight; Maryam Aurangzeb replied to Fawad Chaudhry.

♦ Chairman PPP Bilawal Bhutto will be sworn in as Federal Minister on Wednesday; Bilawal Bhutto will take over the portfolio of the Foreign Ministry.

♦ At the Interbank Foreign Exchange (IFEX), the dollar depreciated by 70 paise to reach Rs186.5

♦ Ban on public protests in Sindh for two months; Demonstrations will not be possible in Karachi including Sindh Assembly, Red Zone, railway stations, business areas and highways; Notification of Home Department issued after approval of Provincial Apex Committee

♦ Four people were stabbed to death in a house in south-east London;. Three women were among the dead; Police arrested a man on suspicion of murders

♦ Emmanuel Macron became president of France for the second time; Macron defeated Le Pen 

♦ The animated film "The Bad Guys" topped the US box office, grossing $24 million in its first week of release

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