Railways Minister sees ‘derailment’ behind passenger trains crash

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Updated 10 June 2021

Railways Minister sees ‘derailment’ behind passenger trains crash

June 10: The Nation states that Federal Minister for Railways Azam Khan Swati Wednesday claimed that fault in track was not the cause of Ghotki train mishap. Read More I


President for addressing misconceptions on I-Voting

Updated 18 June 2021

President for addressing misconceptions on I-Voting

June 18: The Nation reported that President Dr Arif Alvi Thursday called for better coordination among all the stakeholders for addressing any misconceptions about i-Voting so that nine million overseas Pakistanis could get their voting rights.

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CNG prices expected to go up Rs9/kg

Updated 18 June 2021

CNG prices expected to go up Rs9/kg

June 18: The News reported that Prices of compressed natural gas (CNG) are expected to increase by up to Rs9/kg following the imposition of tax on liquified natural gas (LNG) proposed for the next fiscal year’s budget, a trade association said on Thursday.

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Number of Covid cases falls by 65pc in two months

Updated 18 June 2021

Number of Covid cases falls by 65pc in two months

June 18: Dawn reported that the number of active cases of Covid-19 in the country has declined by 65 per cent in about two months and positivity rate continues to hover around 3pc for the last two weeks, according to data shared by the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC).

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Azerbaijan, Pakistan eye further cooperation between Air Forces

Updated 18 June 2021

Azerbaijan, Pakistan eye further cooperation between Air Forces

June 18: Azer News reported that Azerbaijani Deputy Defence Minister, Air Force Commander Ramiz Tahirov and Pakistani Air Vice Marshal Tariq Zia have discussed prospects of cooperation between the two countries' air forces in various spheres, the Defence Ministry reported on June 17.

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Afghan students on scholarship may miss exams in Pakistan

Updated 18 June 2021

Afghan students on scholarship may miss exams in Pakistan

June 18: Pajhwok Afghan News reported that Afghan students, who study in Pakistani universities and have returned home on vacation, say they would miss exams if the neighboring country does not open its border.

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