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By: News Desk      Published: 10:00 PM, 31 Oct, 2021
10:00 pm Headlines on 24Digital

♦13-point agreement between PTI-led government and proscribed TLP inked

♦Negotiations between PTI and proscribed TLP successful says Mufti Muneeb ur Rehman

♦Members of TLP Majlis-e-Shura and Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rehman left for Wazirabad 

♦PDM stages power show in DG Khan; Shehbaz Sharif s say PTI-led government did nothing for the masses

♦PML-N leader Rana Sanaullah says why JIT was not formed in the matter of TLP

♦PML-N leader Khawaja Saad Rafique says PTI-led government is snubbing opposition

♦Pervaiz Khattak’s nephew Ahad Khattak joins PPP

♦ECP rejects PTI leader Jamshed Iqbal Cheema allegation

♦One kills and four people’s sustains injuries as gas leak triggered explosions at residential flats in Sector H-13 of Islamabad 

♦Two more succumbs to dengue in Lahore; one kills in Islamabad

♦Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has cancelled all the wedding bookings in its wedding halls following the Supreme Court orders

♦ Pakistan Navy participates in multinational exercise “Nusret-2021” in Turkey

♦Pakistan supplied more humanitarian aid to Afghanistan through Torkham Border

♦Referendum in London started for the establishment of a separate homeland for Sikhs in India

♦India sets a target of 111 runs for New Zealand in the 28 match of ICC World T20 Cup; Afghanistan clinches victory over Namibia by 62 runs in the 27th match of mega-event

♦Iran’s says the US, Israel behind the cyberattack on gas station 

♦Gulf States including UAE cut ties with Lebanon following the country statement against KSA 

♦Death toll from coronavirus escalates to 5 million, worldwide

♦Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan has decided to keep a guard for the protection of son Aryan Khan

♦Large number of people arrives at Manora Beach in Karachi to spend their holiday

♦Animals in US zoo enjoying special pumpkin treat on Halloween

♦Science-fiction film “Eternals” sets to release on November 5

  

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