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♦ The government is under fire over mini-budget; country has become a colony of the IMF. What is being done ; this surrender is more dangerous than that of 1971, after that, nuclear capability will be at stake ; For God sake, don’t compromise on economic autonomy, warns Kh Asif;
♦ Rubbishing ‘rumours’ about nuclear power, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi says there was a national consensus on nuclear power and it will remain so; economic situation of the country has not been deteriorating for three years
♦ Opposition stands firm against mini budget, the government striving for getting it sailed through parliament; PML-Q assures the government of all-out suppotr;. After approval from the federal cabinet, the finance amendment bill will be presented to the Parliament tomorrow
♦ The ruling coalition MQM has questions mini-budget, Sabir Qaimkhani says everything is expensive. People are falling into the mill of inflation.
♦ Political storm in the upper house; Opposition protests against non-presentation of National Security Policy in Parliament. Opposition members shout slogans after coming before the speaker's seat
♦ The return of Nawaz Sharif doesn't matter, Sheikh Rashid says; Every party wants the Establishment to lay its hands on its head. The Establishment has decided that it is with the elected government. Imran Khan will complete his term
♦ Regarding the affidavit of Rana Shamim, the government did not allow the meeting of the standing committee to be held. A meeting was called for questions from Rana Rashim and Saqib Nisar. Rana Shamim and Saqib Nisar did not come at our invitation. We will also invite Javed Hashmi in the next meeting.
♦ Bilawal will be the first Prime Minister again. Sindh Agriculture Advisor Manzoor Wasan's new forecast. Declaring 2222 as a dangerous year, Imran Khan is doing Pakistan in the same way that Gorbachev destroyed Russia. Nawaz Sharif will not come before March. The next election will be between PPP and PML-N.
♦ Preparing to give another big shock to the people. Centre's Power Purchasing Agency's decision to increase the price of electricity. The increase will impose an additional burden of Rs29 billion on consumers. Electricity has gone up by Rs18.71 price this year
♦ Gas crisis across the country. Difficulty in cooking at home. Gas does not come to Karachi. Bills started coming regularly. Stoves are cold in many areas including Nazimabad, Mahmoodabad, Gulshan-e-Iqbal and Korangi. Fill the gas cylinder or pay the gas bill. Citizens suffer double punishment. Protest in Bannu against gas and electricity load shedding.
♦ Farmers in Punjab rolled for urea fertilizer. Intense demonstrations of farmers in many cities including Faisalabad, Layyah, Chishtian, Jhang Storage is giving fertilizer in black, farmers complain. Farmers also protest in Hyderabad.
♦ The body of a child was found in a sack in Kot Bhatta area of Gujranwala. The accused also removed the eyes of seven-year-old Hasnain. According to police, the child was abducted a day ago. The body was found today. The accused will be arrested soon
♦ Finding those responsible for the race tower. Karachi Police raids Sindh Building Control Authority office Inquiry about the officers who passed the race tower map. Statements of four officers were recorded in the office of Director Admin Mushtaq Ibrahim.
♦ Action of Election Commission on mismanagement in local body elections. Provincial Election Commissioner Sharifullah has been removed from his post. DG Local Government Muhammad Raziq appointed Election Commissioner Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
♦ Bollywood actor Naseerud-Din Shah has rapped religious hatred in Indian. He said that the campaign against Muslims has been going on. We will give a full answer to 200 million in India
♦ The Israeli newspaper also exposed the face of Hindu extremism in India. According to the newspaper, Modi's hateful politics targeted Christians after Muslims. Extremists call for genocide of Muslims. Attacks on Christians. All that remains is burial of Indian constitution. The world must move against Modi government
♦ Omicron hit America and Europe hard; A record 512,000 cases were reported in one day in the United States, 180,000 in France and 129,471 in the United Kingdom. Spread could double in number in two to three days, World Health Organization warns. The effect of the booster dose against the virus also begins to weaken after 10 weeks
♦ Russia launched the largest space rocket since the collapse of the Soviet Union. The 761-ton Angara A5 was launched into space from northern Russia. According to experts, the latest rocket is capable of launching military satellites into space
♦ A 14-year-old girl was shot dead by a police officer in Los Angeles, USA. Her family members protested in front of the police headquarters.
♦ Jordan's parliament turned into an arena. Members of the Jordanian parliament walked out after a scuffle
♦ The ICC has announced the nominations for the best female and male players of the year. Muhammad Rizwan in T20 and Fatima Sana in ODIs. Jose Butler of England, Hasaranga of Sri Lanka and Mitchell Marsh of Australia were also nominated
♦ Three days have passed since the snowfall stopped in Abbottabad Galyat. Contact roads are still closed. Locals are busy removing snow from the roads with their help
♦ Preparations for the New Year celebrations in Saudi Arabia. There will be a special concert in Riyadh on the night of December 31. Local and other Arab singers will perform