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Pakistan’s fast-bowler Mohammad Amir left for England tour

Pakistan's fast bowler Mohammad Amir left for England's tour to meet with the rest of the team...

US alleges China is responsible for hacking COVID-19 Research Labs

The US Department of Justice has accused China of helping hackers who are hacking laboratories that generate...

The Federal board declared special intermediate and matric examination dates

Islamabad, the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, has announced that the extraordinary evaluations for intermediate...

Official says’ recovery rate of COVID-19 in KP is about 71%

Special Assistant to Chief Information and Local Government Minister Kamran Bangash said on Friday that the rate of recovery among coronavirus patients is around 71 per cent, while the incidence of positive cases decreases by 25 to 15 per cent. During a media instruction at the Information Directorate the authority gave the remarks. He said the cases of infection had been on the rise for the last two months yet now, the number of COVID-18 patients is diminishing every day due to the efforts of the commonplace government, the wellbeing office and the collaboration of the open. The KP government has performed 5,000 tests in a territory of one million, and has provided ample clinical offices to patients with infection.  "Specialists, nurses and paramedics workers are our legends of cutting edge who take a gamble with their life to give patients clinical attention," said the exceptional partner.

Corona Virus puts Pakistan ‘s food security at risk

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has faced numerous difficulties before and now Covid-19 has seriously affected the economy other than extending the food security requirement, National Food Security and Research Minister Fakhar Imam said.  Speaking during a virtual meeting of the Food and Agriculture Organization's (FAO) third territorial meetingon Covid-19 and food security, he said that roughly 75% of the nation's fares depended on agribusiness. The conference investigated the impact of the fabrication of various stuns and pointed to difficulties with Covid-19.  The dialogue, which brought together more than 300 participants from 29 nations, was conducted as a major aspect of a development of the Virtual Regional Technical Consultative Meetings (RCTM) to discuss the pandemic reaction and the effect on agribusiness and food security in the Near East and North Africa region. He...

COVID-19 cases Tally Hit 243,594 in Pakistan

After announcing new contamination in the nation in recent hours, the total number of positive novel coronavirus cases in the nation has risen to 243,594.  Cases and new tests  2,775 new cases were found following 23,255 tests performed in the past 24 hours, as reported by the National Command and Control Centre. Distribution of wise cases by province  Up to this point, 100,898 cases were recognized in Sindh, 85,261 in Punjab, 29,406 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 11,099 in Balochistan, 13, 829 in Islamabad, 1,485 in Azad Jammu and Cashmir and 1,616 in Gilgit Baltistan. 

Shah Mahmood Qureshi refuses to acknowledge his death in Indian propaganda

KARACHI: On Wednesday Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi refuted claims of his death propagated on social media by the Indian lobby and stated that false news had been spread about him, ARY NEWS reported.  He alleged his profile was exploited at Wikipedia to spread news of his death, causing panic among his family and friends. "I 'm fine by Allah's grace and recovering from COVID-19," said Shah Mahmood Qureshi, urging his well-wishers to refrain from paying attention to any other article about their medical problems.  Today I have tested positive for #COVID19....

Dr Zafar Mirza claimed: Monsoon will reduce cases of Covid-19

Coronavirus cases in the nation are declining and will fall much further during the moonsoon season, says Special Assistant to the Prime Minister of Health, Dr. Zafar Mirza.  He said the purpose behind this was a smart lockdown forced across the nation in various territories, as per Radio Pakistan. He did not, however, explain how the storm would lead to a decrease in COVID-19 cases. As of Thursday, Pakistan revealed 217,809 coronavirus cases and 4,473 passes, as indicated by the authentic COVID-19 gateway of the administration. More than 24 hours, 4,339 new cases were recorded, which is higher than the 4,133 cases reported on Wednesday.  Achievement was also accomplished as the nation crossed 100,000 recoverys at about the same time. Dr. Mirza urged individuals to try themselves at the nearest lab or clinic, including the fact that the nation's 128 labs were now conducting tests. Government figures show that Pakistan 's current trial limit is 46,730, while 22,128 tests were completed in the previous 24 hours.

This year Pakistan will export the king of fruits ‘Mango’ to Japan

At now Japan can likewise have the flavor of Pakistani mangoes this year as the nation has permitted Pakistan to send out the king of fruits.  Due to the inaccessibility of Japanese overseers in Pakistan in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, the fare of mangoes was allowed under transitory courses of action. As indicated by the Japanese government office in Pakistan, 120 tons of mangoes were traded from Pakistan to Japan a year ago, which is a record and shows how Pakistani mangoes are being adjusted in Japanese markets. When all is said and done, the fare of Pakistani mangoes to Japan depends on the Japanese investigator 's approval. In any event, Pakistani mangoes were allowed to be traded for the current year under brief game plans without the consent of Japanese reviewers.  The Japanese supervisors were unable to come to Pakistan in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.

Pakistani young student Saad Amer set a new record for graduates

Pakistan's young student Saad Amet set another GRE) mark for graduate record review. Of the 340 he...

Youm-E-Istehsal: Last year, India Deprived Kashmir’s identity

On August 5 the disheartened Kashmir once again hit features as this day marks the commemoration of...

Ireland defeated England in 3rd ODI

Paul Stirling and skipper Andrew Balbirnie both scored hundreds as Ireland ended on Tuesday in the third...

UN experts urges India to confront ‘alarming’ human rights in IOK

A conference of UN rights experts has urged India to resolve the "disturbing situation of human rights"...

73 killed and thousands injured in bomb blast: Beirut 

Two massive explosions destroyed Beirut's port on Tuesday, leaving 73 people dead and thousands injured in that...