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By: News Desk      Published: 10:00 PM, 27 Nov, 2021
10:00 pm Headlines on 24Digital

♦ Deadly Coronavirus' new type "Omicron" attacks the world; scientists have declared new variant to be the most dangerous; many countries, including the United States, Europe, the United Kingdom, Brazil, Saudi Arabia and the UAE have imposed travel bans on South African countries; South Africa's scheduled women's junior hockey tournament has also been postponed

♦ Danger of Omicron variant; Pakistan bans travel to 6 African countries including Hong Kong, South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Lesotho and Mozambique; passengers with a negative report will have to undergo a three-day quarantine; if the rapid test is positive, the quarantined period would be  for 10 days

♦ Omicron also arrived in London; city confirms the virus in two patients; case report in the Czech Republic, an emergency was declared in New York to deal with the plague

♦ How is it possible to resist a new type of corona; companies began testing the effectiveness of their own vaccines; Moderna and Johnson & Johnson announce booster shot against Omicron; Pfizer and Biotech are ready to bring the vaccine Kanya version in 100 days; AstraZeneca also starts its research

♦ Corona vaccination slows in Pakistan; the goal of vaccinating children over 12 years of age is not achieved yet; out of 4.3 million children, only 4.5 million were vaccinated; out of 325,000 children in Lahore, only 14,000 received the dose

♦ PIA announces the launch of flights to Saudi Arabia; from December 1, 35 weekly flights will be operated;  planes will fly to Jeddah, Madinah, Riyadh, Dammam; booking continues at ticket counters

♦ Karachi builders threaten to stop work across the country; Chairman Abad Mohsin Sheikhani says that even after approval of institutions, the building is not legal; says we were charged with sticks like terrorists

♦ Nasla Towers became the centre of attention; Political leaders, social figures, industrialists and businessmen came forward in support of the victims and builders; Faisal Sabzwari says Nasla Tower is overcrowded; says There is a request for justice from the Supreme Court; Farooq Sattar says the court decision is creating human tragedy; Chairman Saylani Welfare Trust Maulana Bashir Farooqi's appeal to the court to stop the operation

♦ Sindh Provincial Minster Saeed Ghani says what is the fault of those who stayed in Nasla Tower; says snatching the roofs of millions of people will create a human tragedy; says there is no contempt of court but there should be freedom of expression

♦ 400 labourers should be employed instead of 200 for demolition of race tower; action must be taken within a week; SC issues written judgment in Nasla Tower case; demolition of Nasla Tower continues on orders of Supreme Court

♦ Sindh High Court orders demolition of 5-storey illegal building of MPR Colony; case registered against the builder, also directed criminal action; the building was constructed without permission, SBCA admitted in court

♦ Shahid Khaqan Abbasi says all institutions have to work within the constitution; says we know anyone page only the page of the constitution; says that today everyone in the country is worried; says unless the system is in accordance with the constitution, problems will not be solved

♦ Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry says making fake videos and audios became the norm for the PML-N; says these people are not responding to the properties; says Rana Shamim was an official of PML-N; says there should be cases against them for changing the evidence

♦ Maryam Nawaz says Saqib Nisar will have to give an account and answer; says that every word of Saqib Nisar is consistent with the facts and events of the happenings of events in last few years; says these incidents are the indisputable evidence that Saqib Nisar cannot deny or hide

♦ Saqib Nisar's alleged audio and other allegations against the judiciary; petition filed in Islamabad High Court for Commission of Inquiry; petitioner opines whether the audio is fake or genuine must be determined to protect the independence of the judiciary; law secretary and the home department secretaries of the four provinces were made parties

♦ Former Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui's license restored; Pakistan Bar Council's enrollment committee restored the license; three-member committee headed by Justice Qazi Faez Isa approved the restoration of the license

♦ Air pollution continues to create trouble for Lahorites; city Air Quality Index records to 408 Record; it is impossible for Lahorites to breathe; colds, flu, coughs began to increase day by day; holidays begin from today in educational institutions and private offices due to smog; Punjab University will also be closed 3 days a week.

♦ Ballooning inflation makes everything out of reach for masses; children’s "lunch" is also affected; increase in the price of noodles from Rs. 5 to 10; price of small noodle packet increased from 20 to 25; pack of macaroni and spaghetti went up by Rs 10 to Rs 130

♦ Three people in Lahore succumbed to the disease; 82 new case reports in 24 hours; 762 dengue patients under treatment in different hospitals; eight people in Islamabad and 31 more in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa affected by dengue

♦ Investigation is underway into the death of Noshin, a student of Chand Medical College, Larkana; university administration itself demanded a judicial inquiry into the matter; registrar wrote a letter to the Secretary, University and Board, Sindh

♦ Successful operation on a woman's liver at Dow University of Health Sciences in Karachi; liver transplant surgeons successfully removed more than 3 kg of tumours; woman's liver was affected.

♦ Second day of the Chittagong Test dominated by Pakistan; Bangladesh 330 runs in the first innings, Hassan Ali's five wickets, Pakistan's excellent batting in response; Abid Ali 93 and Abdullah Shafiq 52 runs; both batters to resume Pakistan innings tomorrow

♦ Boxer Muhammad Waseem raised the head of the nation with pride again; won the silver title in WBC Championship; Muhammad Wasim pleased with big victory; says I am thankful to Allah Almighty for the success

♦ West Indies Cricket Board announces squad for Pakistan tour; Kieron Pollard will lead the Windies in T20I and ODI series; West Indies cricket team to visit Pakistan next month; during the tour, 3 T20 and 3 ODI matches will be played from 13 to 22 December

♦ Test of speed and skill; the final day of the Thal Jeep Rally; final of the stock category and the women's category took place; drivers showed the essence of their skill; winners will be announced tomorrow

♦ Signal breaker in China narrowly escaped death

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