Pakistan: At least 3838 people test positive for coronavirus

ISLAMABAD, 31 August: Over 3838 people tested positive for coronavirus in the last 24 hours in Pakistan. This was revealed by the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) on Tuesday. Meanwhile, another 118 people lost their lives to the virus. As many as 3838 people tested positive for the virus after 52,112 COVID-19 tests were […]Read More

PayPal exploring stock -trading platform for US users

Shares of PayPal Holdings jumped on Monday after a report that it is exploring ways to let its US customers trade individual stock on its platform. The payments company also hired brokerage industry veteran Rich Hagen, CNBC reported, citing two sources familiar with the matter. Hagen is the chief executive officer of Invest at PayPal, […]Read More

COVID-19: Students of grades 9 to 12 in Sindh can

ISLAMABAD(KARACHI), 31 August: Sindh government has decided to jab students from classes 9 to 12 starting tomorrow, a notification to this effect said Tuesday. The education department of Sindh government has issued directives to relevant authorities to make sure all the arrangements have been duly in place before the drive begins. The school administrations will […]Read More

Taliban to form its own government in a few days:

ISLAMABAD, 31 August: Afghanistan is set to form its own government in a few days, said Foreign Minister(FM) Shah Mahmood Qureshi Tuesday, hours after the last US soldier left Afghanistan. “We expect that a consensus government will be formed in the coming days in Afghanistan,” Shah Mehmood Qureshi told a news conference in Islamabad with […]Read More

With security check complete, New Zealand all set for Pakistan

New Zealand’s tour to Pakistan after 18 years has officially been approved by the country’s cricket board following a pre-tour security check by its independent security consultant, Reg Dickason. According to Kiwi media reports, New Zealand Cricket has expressed satisfaction with the report of its security check expert and captain Tom Latham in a statement […]Read More

US forces destroy helicopters, planes before evacuating Kabul airport

KABUL, 31 August: As the US forces finally left Afghanistan after 20 years, they partially destroyed every weapon that they were forced to leave behind at the Hamid Karzai International Airport (HKIA). Damaged helicopters and armoured vehicles could be seen at the airport, hours after the last soldiers left Afghanistan. The coalition forces rendered most […]Read More

Pakistan allows WHO to use Islamabad airport for relief activities

ISLAMABAD, 31 August: In a bid to facilitate the provision of aid to Afghanistan, Pakistan has allowed the World Health Organization (WHO) to use Islamabad airport for relief activities. According to details, the foreign ministry has conveyed a request from the World Health Organization (WHO) to provide space for operating its helicopter flight from the […]Read More