LAHORE: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa has visited Corps Headquarters Lahore, said Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) on Tuesday. The COAS met senior serving and retired military officers to discuss security and other professional matters. ?The COAS had an interactive session on wide ranging issues including professional matters, security situation in the region, measures to optimise dividends of peace and stability and also the challenges and opportunities,? read a statement from the ISPR.

Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah speaks to residents of an area during a visit to inspect ongoing work in Karachi, Pakistan, August 3, 2020. Twitter/CMHouseSindh (@SindhCMHouse)/Screenshot via KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah said Monday reports of Pakistan's financial capital being given under the federation's control were merely a "bubble of hot air and would fizzle out itself".

ISLAMABAD: Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Monday made a telephone call to Prime Minister Imran Khan and extended Eid greetings, ARY News reported. During the telephonic conversation, PM Imran highlighted the positive role of Islamabad in Afghan peace process and stressed the need to strengthen bilateral relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan.

A screenshot of the video from Twitter A widely shared video of a young man jumping across a number of motorcycles parked in a row has earned applause on social media. Social media users gushed over the man?s jumping skill, who appeared to be self-taught. One of the Twitter users suggested that the man could be turned into an asset for Pakistan if he were to be trained for the Olympics.

LAHORE: The Punjab Education Department has prepared standard operating procedures (SOPs) for reopening of educational institutions in the province to ensure safety of students and teachers, ARY News reported. According to the SOPs, maximum 20 students will be allowed to n a class and two students will sit on each disk.

Last week, Pakistan Army was called in to help the local administration in managing and dealing with the urban flooding crisis in Karachi. Photo: File KARACHI: The Met Office (Meteorological Department) has issued a warning that Karachi and lower Sindh can suffer from urban flooding in the days to come, as the fourth looming monsoon spell may wreak more havoc in the province than the earlier three spells.

A on sporting tournaments/ matches (indoor and outdoor) except non-contact professional sports without spectators will continue. Photo: File LAHORE: The government of Punjab on Sunday announced it was lifting the ?smart lockdown? imposed in certain cities in the province from Monday, August 3. According to a notification issued by the Primary and Secondary Healthcare Department, ?All educational and training institutes, marriage halls, business centres, expo halls, restaurants (except takeaway and home delivery), theme/amusement parks, public parks, play areas and arcades, beauty parlours and spas, cinemas, theatres shall remain closed.?

KARACHI: The citizens continued to suffer from the foul smell emerging from animal remains during the Eid ul Azha as municipal authorities claims of arrangements to address the problem proved utterly false, ARY News reported on Monday. The animal remains could be witnessed in every road and street of Karachi without any difference.

Asma Rani, a third-year medical student, was shot dead near her home by Mujahif Afridi and his associates. Footage showed Asma Rani in hospital shortly before her death, naming Mujahid Afridi as her killer-- File photo LONDON: Safia Rani, the sister of the murdered doctor from Kohat, Dr Asma Rani, has appealed to Prime Minister Imran Khan for justice and requested the Supreme Court of Pakistan to reinstate murder clauses in her sister?s case, calling it an act of terrorism.

ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi along with Defense Minister Pervez Khattak left for a visit of Chiri Kot Sector of Line of Control on Monday, ARY News reported. In a video message before his visit to the LoC, Qureshi said that entire Pakistani nation including the armed forces fully stand by the Kashmiri people in their struggle for right to self-determination.