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By: News Desk      Published: 10:00 PM, 28 Nov, 2021
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♦Echoes of vote-buying in the NA-133 by-election; Election Commission took notice of the video; Returning Officer issues notice to the Commissioner Lahore, IG Punjab Chairman PEMRA and Chairman NADRA; asks to undergo the forensic of video and asked for the report in two days

♦Federal Minister for Information Fawad Chaudhry says PML-N contest elections by giving greed to the people

♦Prime Minister Imran Khan's Interview with American Islamic Scholar Sheikh Hamza Yousuf; says making Pakistan a welfare state is the purpose of his life; says he faced mafia in politics; says for twenty years my character was assassinated; says scandals and fabricated news were spread; says I have achieved a lot, I have had some setbacks; says true faith teaches you to control your ego; says no one can be coerced into religion

♦Participants of Jamaat-e-Islami youth march attempted to go to Parliament House; participants reached D-Chowk, remove barbed wire and barriers; It is say that a warning was given to the government today

♦Riaz Fatyana, who claimed to have fought between Zartaj Gul and Amin Aslam in Glasgow, was given a show cause by the party

♦Omicron variant of coronavirus begins to knock doors in Europe; patients came forward in Holland, London, Australia and Italy; confirmation of cases in Belgium, Netherlands, Hong Kong, Israel; new variant of coronavirus is feared to spread in Pakistan; NCOC imposed travel bans on seven countries to avoid potential threats

♦Dengue began to swallow lives; three people succumbed to disease in Lahore and one in Sheikhupura; in one day 113 new cases reported in Punjab; out of which 88 reported in Lahore; 35 more in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and one in Islamabad contracted dengue

♦Gas crisis in the country continues to create problems for citizens; prolonged load shedding of gas and reduction in pressure; difficulties in cooking at home; citizens forced to buy expensive LPG and firewood; Gas supply to CNG stations in Sindh and Balochistan cut off

♦Operation continues to demolish Nasla Tower in Karachi; 400 workers are busy demolishing the building; protests around Nasla Tower declared a crime; MQM Leader Waseem Akhtar says law is one thing in Islamabad and another in Karachi

♦Kite flying proved to be threatening again; one killed in Lahore due to string on neck; young man, a resident of Mushtaq Colony, was killed while walking on Shalimar Link Road; victim’s  father was exhausted with grief; SHO Mughalpura was suspended as a result of an incident

♦An officer injured in a police encounter in Landhi Karachi died at the hospital; six suspects were robbing civilians; when the police reached, the suspects opened fire

♦Newborn baby was thrown on the roof of a house in Fareed Town area of Faisalabad

♦Girl killed in Lahore on refusing to marry; 21-year-old Neha was killed by security guard Arif; he stopped the girl on her way back from the office and opened fire on her; accused was arrested and a case was registered against him

 ♦Lahore remains on the second most polluted city in the world; Karachi ranks 11th in world in pollution; citizens began to suffer from eye and throat diseases; Punjab government cracks down on smog spreaders; 135 cases have been registered this week and 116 have been arrested

♦Protests in Central London against Indian Army atrocities in Occupied Kashmir; participation of community including Pakistani and Kashmiri students

♦The third day of the Chittagong Test belonged to the bowlers; 14 wickets fell in one day; Pakistan were bowled out for 286 in the first innings in reply to Bangladesh's 330; In the second innings, Pakistan took  4 wickets of Bangladesh Tigers for 39 runs; Bangladesh leads by 83-runs against men in green

♦Heavy snowfall in various cities of England; Burnley and Tottenham match in the English Premier League has been canceled due to snow

♦Zain Mahmood won the title of Thal Jeep Rally; Zain Mahmood had covered the distance in two hours, eight minutes and 39 seconds 

♦Archaeologists find over 800-year old mummy discovered in Peru, South America; mummy was tied up with ropes; experts say this may be the way to bury in the ancient times 

♦The trailer of Hollywood animated movie "DC League of Super Pets" is getting popular 

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