Imran wants to put an end to obscenity, TikTok banned

A man opens social media app 'Tik Tok' on his cell phone, in Islamabad, Pakistan, Tuesday, July 21, 2020. (AP)
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Updated 26 September 2020

Imran wants to put an end to obscenity, TikTok banned

September 26: The News report by Ansar Abbasi states that Prime Minister Imran Khan is extremely concerned about the ‘growing obscenity and vulgarity’ in society and has directed all relevant sections to check the trend before it destroys the socio-religious values of Pakistani society, Information Minister Shibli Faraz said.

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Pakistan Cosmetics Market Size 2020: Booming in Upcoming Years Due To Global Demand and Business-Opportunities 2027

Updated 27 November 2020

Pakistan Cosmetics Market Size 2020: Booming in Upcoming Years Due To Global Demand and Business-Opportunities 2027

November 27: The Courier report by Tushar states that According to a new report by Allied Market Research, titled, The Objective of the “Pakistan Cosmetics Market – Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast,2020-2027”

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