Sunday, 20 September, 2020
No immediate threat of food shortage: Fakhar Imam
Federal Minister for National Food Security and Research, Syed Fakhar Imam, has said that there is no immediate threat of food shortage in the country despite the ongoing locust attack and the prediction of surplus Monsoon rains.
Pakistan reports most number of COVID-19 cases, deaths over 24 hours

Courts are responsible for delayed accountability: NAB Chief
The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has requested the Supreme Court (SC) to set timelines for the appellate forums, granting stay against the proceedings of Accountability Courts that hampers the progress of trials.
Shahzad Akbar made PM’s adviser with status of federal minister
Barrister Mirza Shahzad Akbar has been promoted to a federal minister position after the Cabinet Division in a statement issued Wednesday announced his appointment as the Adviser on Accountability and Interior with immediate effect.
PM urges world to hold India accountable for human rights abuse
Prime Minister Imran Khan urges the international community to hold India accountable for its human rights abuses in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IoK) where women, men and children have faced pellet guns, sexual assault and electrocution, physical and mental torture.
Complete lockdown in some areas of Lahore after midnight
The Punjab government has decided to impose a complete lockdown in some areas of Lahore due to rising coronavirus cases being reported from the provincial capital, confirmed Health Minister Yasmin Rashid on Monday.
Court directs FIA to register case against Cynthia Ritchie
Additional District and Sessions Judge (ASJ) Jahangir Awan on Monday directed the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to register a case against US blogger Cynthia Ritchie who has levelled harassment allegations against the PPP leadership.
India captures another 'spy pigeon from Pakistan' in IoK
Indian Border Security Forces (BSF) claimed to have captured another "Pakistani spy pigeon" and handed it over to police in Indian occupied Kashmir, Indian media reported.
Ajmal Wazir urges people to continue social distancing during Eid holidays
Adviser to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister on Information Ajmal Wazir has urged the people to maintain social distance during Eid holidays as the threat of the virus still remains.
832 more people have recovered from coronavirus in Pakistan
The national database for coronavirus shows that 832 more people have recovered from coronavirus in Pakistan.This takes Pakistan's total number of recoveries to 18,314.
Shawwal moon Sighted: Eid to be celebrated across Pakistan on Sunday
Chairman Central Ruet-i-Hilal Committee Mufti Muneebur Rehman on Saturday announced the sighting of the moon for the month of Shawwal, saying Eidul Fitr will be celebrated across Pakistan on Sunday.
Chairman HEC Condoles Death of Kashir Asghar
Chairman, Higher Education Commission, Tariq Banuri has expressed his profound grief at the passing away of Mr. Kashir Asghar, Assistant Professor and Head of Industrial Relations at NUST Business School. Kashir was tested positive for Covid-19 and succumbed to the virus on Friday.
PIA A320 crashes near Karachi airport; rescue operation underway
A Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) aircraft A320 Airbus on Friday crashed in Model Colony near Jinnah international airport Karachi.
Pakistan reports record 2,603 new COVID-19 cases and 50 deaths over past 24 hours
Pakistan saw its highest rise in death and the number of COVID-19 cases reported on Thursday with 50 deaths and 2,603 new confirmed cases across the country. The emergence of 2,603 new cases across the country takes the nation-wide tally to almost 50,700 cases.
PM Imran warns Indian false flag operation 'imminent'
Prime Minister Imran Khan once again stressed on Thursday that India was gearing up for a false flag operation to divert the world’s attention from the genocide it is committing in occupied Kashmir.
SC orders shopping malls, markets to remain open seven days a week
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Punjab govt to reopen shopping malls, auto industry from Monday
Punjab Information Minister Fayyaz-ul-Hassan Chohan has said that as a part of lifting the lockdown in phases, the provincial government will reopen shopping malls and allow the automotive industry to resume operations from Monday.
 
 
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