Tuesday, 21 January, 2020
Veteran Bollywood actor Kader Khan passes away
Veteran Bollywood actor-writer Kader Khan passed away Monday at the age of 81 after a prolonged illness, his son Sarfaraz confirmed.
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‘Queen of Soul’ Aretha Franklin passes away at 76
Aretha Franklin, the undisputed “Queen of Soul” who sang with matchless style on such classics as “Think”, "I Say a Little Prayer” and her signature song, “Respect”, and stood as a cultural icon around the globe, has died at age 76 from advance pancreatic cancer.
Bollywood in shock over Salman Khan’s jail term
Hundreds of disbelieving fans flocked to the home of Bollywood superstar Salman Khan on Thursday in protest against the five-year jail term given on the action hero for poaching endangered antelopes.
Bollywood legend Sridevi dies at 54
Veteran Bollywood actor Sridevi Kapoor died Saturday night after suffering a cardiac arrest in Dubai. She was 54.
 
 
 
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President of Pakistan Dr. Arif Alvi paid a surprise visit to National Institute of Child Health and admitted that there is dire need of at least one more 500-bed children hospital in the Karachi region.
Asad Qaiser, Speaker of the National Assembly welcomes the decision of China by backing the Pakistan’s request to not change the status of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir and asked India to respond to the members of the United Nations Security Council.
To uplift the talented athletes to fore, the Federal Minister for Inter Provincial Coordination (IPC) Dr. Fehmida Mirza said the government is trying to create an e-portal for sports persons.
An Afghan delegation led by Haji Mohammad Mohaqiq, Second Deputy Chief Executive of Afghanistan and Head of Hezb-e-Wahadat Mardum-e-Afghanistan called on Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser in Parliament House.

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The month of December reminds us of tragic incidents ever happened in the history of Pakistan, either it is Fall of Dhakka, or Army Public School, (APS) Peshawar carnage.
America’s fingerprints are all over the war in Yemen, the New York Times said on Wednesday.
Torn between preventing Pakistan from going nuclear and fighting the Soviets in Afghanistan, the United States appears to have decided that pushing the Russians out of Kabul was more important, shows a set of documents released by the US State Department.

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