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Published: 10:11 PM, 31 Aug, 2022
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♦Imran Khan gets another chance in contempt of court case; Islamabad High Court's order to submit a new answer within seven days; It was expected that you would feel the mistake, CJ remarks; adds whatever you want to write, think about it and write it. Also, assess the seriousness of the matter. Submit the written reply again, otherwise, the action will be taken forward; Imran Khan's answer should be given to the parties before September 8

♦ Will Imran Khan apologises to the court or not? Tehreek-e-Insaf chief refuses to answer; Journalists kept asking about his opinion 

♦ Injustices to Nawaz Sharif became evident from providing a soft corner to Imran Khan, Maryam Nawaz;  Judges should be punished who insulted the honor of Imran Khan; She reacts to the judicial proceedings

♦ Law Minister Azam Nazir says the perpetrators of contempt of court cannot be left unpunished. Talal, Daniyal, and Nihal were sentenced for contempt of court

♦ Federal Minister Khawaja Saad Rafiq raps Imran Khan;  PTI members are busy spoiling the IMF agreement; Shaukat Tareen was not expected to do this; Qamar Zaman Kaira says the person who was the prime minister does not know what a magistrate is; There are also talks about the Toshakhana case

♦ The federal government has announced action over PTI's bid to sabotage the IMF deal; It has been decided to conduct a forensic audit of the audio call; Legal action will follow the report; Javed Latif demanded that Shaukat Tareen’s arrest to expose Imran’s activities 

♦ After having wreaked havoc in Balochistan, the floods entered Sindh; Another disaster in Khairpur, hundreds of families are marooned; Electricity supply was suspended throughout the city; mobile phone service was suspended; Hundreds of villages were submerged in Qamber Shahdad Kot

♦ Maryam Nawaz's visit to the flood-affected areas in southern Punjab; meets flood survivors in Dera Ghazi Khan, Jampur, and Fazilpur; says it is time to put politics aside and serve;  Nawaz Sharif asked the people to be encouraged 

♦ Prime Minister's announcement of 10 billion rupees for the flood victims of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Shehbaz Sharif met the victims in Kalam. 25,000 rupees will be given to each affected family says the distribution of aid will be transparent 

♦ Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto takes an aerial view of flood-hit areas along with diplomats of various countries and representatives of international organizations

♦ Crops worth 298 billion rupees were destroyed in Sindh; Cotton and date crops were completely destroyed; Partial damage to sugarcane, onion, tomato, and Kharif crops;  The biggest loss was caused by the destruction of the cotton crop worth 205 billion; sugarcane crop worth 3 billion was destroyed

♦ The victims in the flood-affected areas faced another problem because of epidemics and other diseases in the affected areas; Lack of medical camps in southern Punjab put the lives of children at risk; Many children are sick due to the spread of gastro epidemic in the affected areas

♦ Pakistan Army teams are mobilized to help the people trapped in the flood water; Pakistan Navy's operation for the flood victims through boats and helicopters, the scope of the relief operation along Sindh to DIK and other areas of KP extended; Navy teams rescued 253 people from Gozo village in Dadu by boats late night; The work of shifting the victims to the relief camp established in Hyderabad is also going on

♦ Pakistan Army's important decision to show solidarity with the flood victims;  According to DG of ISPR, the main event of September 6 Defence Day at GHQ has been postponed

♦ Federal Minister for Climate Change Sherry Rehman's appeal for donations for the flood victims. Says the recent floods are unprecedented. Half of Pakistan is a river. It will take time to manage the situation. Unusual rains and floods are the result of climate change.

♦ Karachi became a shelter for flood victims; Arrival of the victims continues; Camps have been established in all seven districts; More than 20 thousand flood victims are living in 40 camps; A camp in Malir has been adopted by the Arts Council; Water and medicines are being provided

♦ Another burden on the people as Nepra approves an increase of Rs4.34 per unit of electricity, the increase made in the context of the monthly adjustment of July; CPPA requested to increase the cost of electricity by Rs4.69 paise per unit

♦ Girls outshine boys in Lahore Board matric results; Maryam Yusuf and Saba Saqib top with 1095 marks; 74% of girls and 57% of boys are successful

♦ Mikhail Gorbachev, the first and last president of the former Soviet Union dies at 91; Gorbachev had been ill for a long time; In 1990, Gorbachev was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his contribution to the restoration of East-West relations

♦ It has been 25 years since British Princess Lady Diana left the world; The memories of beautiful Diana are still alive Princess Diana also came to Pakistan; On August 31, 1997, Diana died in a car accident in Paris

♦Furniture tycoon puts his smuggling network into motion; Debut of Netflix's new series 'Ludic'. Action, crime series starring Arnold Vosslow

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