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Published: 10:00 PM, 26 Dec, 2021
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♦ PTA in Action on Fingerprint; PTA decides to introduce live fingerprint detection devices instead of biometrics for issuing SIMs; SIMs will not be active without finger verification 300,000 SIM biometric centres across the country will be shifted to LFD

♦ Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed says we have failed to hold corrupt people accountable; Says that relations with the establishment are very good; Says there are no direct or indirect contacts with TTP; Says we cannot talk to the founder of MQM; Says I will give visa to Nawaz Sharif to come to Pakistan within 24 hours

♦ Rana Sanaullah's response to Sheikh Rashid's statement; Says that the fear of Nawaz Sharif's return is not letting him sleep

♦ Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah lashes out at the government; Says that the federal government has bankrupted the country; Says the people are upset with the present government; Says that the next government in the country will be of PPP; Says Asif Zardari spoke of overthrowing the government with the help of the people

♦ PPP leader Rehman Malik's book ‘Assassination of Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto’ Launched in Islamabad; Rehman Malik says the PPP will go a long way in the future; Says Taliban end ceasefire; Says every day they explode somewhere; Says they took away our fence

♦14th death anniversary Former Prime Minister Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto is being observed tomorrow; Preparations are completed; ‘Jiyalas’ from the country begins to arrive in Sindh’s Garhi Khuda Bakhsh, PPP postponed the Central Executive Committee meeting

♦ Protest of PSP in Karachi; Mustafa Kamal says I tell the rulers do not oppress us; Says give us rights

♦ A meeting of the National Security Committee chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan will be held tomorrow; The Afghan situation and other issues of national security will be considered; The meeting will be attended by the military leadership and senior ministers

♦ Horrifying revelations of the husband and murderer of Pakistani-American Wajiha Swati; Accused planned to flee the country after the incident; Says I had obtained a passport and had to seek asylum and citizenship killed; Says I killed her with her sharp Says I shifted the dead body to a house of a relative in Hangu city in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in the dicky of a car; Claims father told him that it would cost only Rs 50,000 to kill his ex-wife Wajiha.

♦ A fire broke out in a house in Township area of Lahore; Two women were burnt to death; A child lost his life in a fire in a hut in Sukkur

♦ The shadow of pollution in Punjab deepens; Flights were affected due to fog throughout the day; Air operations at Faisalabad Airport were also affected

♦ Rains in most cities of the country increase the severity of cold; Drizzle in Lahore and Islamabad; Light rainfall in Vehari, Lodhran, Jhang, Fort Abbas, Arifwala; The weather is pleasant with rain in many parts of Karachi; Meteorological Department forecasts rain in Punjab, Balochistan and Sindh till Tuesday

♦ Snowfall in Ziarat made the scene fascinating; a large number of tourists came; All public guesthouses were opened; Numerous vehicles got stuck; Kumrat Valley also covered with a white sheet of snow; Snowy weather in Ghizer, Lower Dir

♦ Gas crisis intensifies amid severe cold; Gas disappears in Karachi, Lahore, Faisalabad, Quetta and other cities; Women faces difficulties in cooking food; Citizens are forced to buy expensive wood and LPG

♦ Fertilizer crisis intensifies in Layyah; Wheat crop severely affected, farmers protests; Three dealers were caught selling fertilizer on high rates; 1400 bags of urea fertilizer exported

♦ South Africa's Nobel Laureate and Archbishop Desmond Tutu has died at the age of 90; Together with Nelson Mandela, he launched a nonviolent movement against political prejudice

♦ Indian state terrorism continues in Occupied Kashmir; Occupying forces martyred another Kashmiri youth under the guise of so-called search operation; Foreign Office Spokesperson Condemns Extrajudicial Killing of Six Kashmiris in Two Days

♦ Iran's major announcement on uranium enrichment; Mohammad Eslami, director of the Iranian Atomic Energy Agency says Iran will not enrich uranium to more than 60 per cent

♦ The Afghan Taliban has issued a new order on women's travel; Bans women from travelling long distances without a male member of the family; Only allows women to travel only up to 45 kilometres alone; Transporters instructed not to put women in vehicles without hijab

♦ 15th death anniversary of noted poet Munir Niazi is being observed today

♦ 27th death anniversary of renowned poet Parveen Shakir is being observed today; Parveen Shakir also wrote prose but had a love for poetry

♦ Australian Cricket Board chief executive Nick Hockley says Australia is determined to visit Pakistan amid ‘omicron’ variant outbreak; Says Cricket Australia is working with PCB for the tour; The tour of Australia to Pakistan is scheduled in March and April next year; Kangaroos are scheduled to play 3 Tests, 3 ODIs and a T20I match in Pakistan

♦ In the Ashes cricket series, the Kangaroos also defeated England in the Boxing Day Test; On the first day of the Test, the entire England team only managed to piled up 185 runs in the first innings; Pat Cummins and Nathan Lyon took 3 wickets each; At the end of the game, Australia scored 61 runs for the loss of 1 wicket in the first innings

♦ Algerian football player Sofiane Lokar succumbed to heart attack during match; Footballer Sufyan was married a week earlier before the death

♦ The trailer for the Hollywood movie ‘Cyrano’ has arrived; The Musical Drama is set to be released on December 31

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