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By: News Desk      Published: 01:00 PM, 25 Oct, 2021
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Shaheens outplayed Indians and made history in T20 World Cup. Pakistan Team defeated India with 10 wickets in their hands. Pakistani openers completed the target of 152 runs in the 18th over.

Babar Azam, Muhammad Rizwan, and Shaheen Shah Afridi became superstars against India. Pakistan will play its next match against New Zealand.

The whole nation celebrated Pakistan’s victory against India. Youth, men, and women chanted Pakistan Zindabad slogans in late-night celebrations. Pakistani nationals in Dubai also celebrated the victory. 

Babar Azam cut the cake in the dressing room. Skipper said it was just the beginning and teamwork should be left in any case. Pakistan women's team was also happy over the Men’s XI victory. 

Indian media, former cricketers roasted the Indian Cricket team after Pakistan hammered them in Dubai International Stadium. Muhammad Shami faced racist comments as Hindu extremists went out of control infront of his house. 

President Arif Alvi, Prime Minister Imran Khan, and COAS Qamar Javed Bajwa laud Pakistan Cricket Team for defeating Indian Cricket Team.

The Supreme Court has dismissed all stay orders granted by the Sindh High Court in the city encroachment cases directing the municipal corporation authorities to remove all encroachments from Karachi city. In the Gujjar Nullah affectees’ rehabilitation case, Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah also appeared before the court on its order.

Jam Kamal cabinet has been dissolved. BA Speaker Abdul Quddus Bizenjo will also tender his resignation today as he is a strong candidate for the next Balochistan CM while Jan Muhammad Jamali is for the next possible BA speaker. 

US dollar with an increase of 30 paisas reached Rs174.30 against the Pakistani rupee.

Soldiers arrested most of the members of Sudan's cabinet and a large number of pro-government party leaders on Monday in an apparent military coup. Sudan PM Abdalla Hamdok has now become a house arrest. Khartoum airport and internet services have been shut down. 

Two more persons succumbed to the dengue fever in Lahore during the last 24 hours as the virus shows no sign of retreat. At the same time, the health department has confirmed 365 more cases in the provincial capital.

The department has said that currently 1, 270 dengue patients are admitted at city hospitals, while 7005 cases of the virus have been reported since the beginning of the dengue season this year. 

All the indicators continue showing a downward trend in the coronavirus cases as Pakistan reported 698 new coronavirus cases with a positivity ratio of 1.65 percent.

Pakistan reported 9 more coronavirus deaths and 698 new cases that emerged during the last 24 hours (Sunday), showed the data released by the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC)

Chaman Border is closed on 21st day suspending the crossing at Quetta-Chaman border and road. 

Police unearth fake employees and ambulances of Karachi’s famous Cheema Welfare Ambulance service for smuggling chalia

Due to lax prosecution, the incidents of acid throwing have not been stopped as another woman in Gujrat has become prey to an acid thrower in Gujrat city leaving her face totally burnt and her eyesight damaged,

Sindh High Court dismissed a plea that challenged the verdict of the Army court. Prosecutor pleaded that Supreme Court was the right forum for an appeal

The Karachi court granted judicial remand of five accused of Motu-Patlu gang

Sindh changed school timing. From Nov 1st the morning shift will be from 8 am to 2 pm and on Friday from 8 am to 12 noon. The evening shift school will be operated from 1 pm to 4 pm

Westerly wave turned Karachi weather chill. Plain areas in the country have dry weather. The weather office predicted snowfall in Gilgit Baltistan and in Kashmir.

  

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