KARACHI: One more person died from coronavirus illness in Sindh on Friday, taking the provincial toll to 14, ARY News reported. Sindh Health and Population Welfare Minister Dr Azra Fazal Pechuho confirmed the 54-year-old patient died in Hyderabad. He had tested positive for COVID-19 today and was infected through local transmission.
ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Saturday said that America?s reaction to the recent Daniel Pearl case ruling was warranted, ARY News reported. Foreign Minister Qureshi said the overturning of the conviction of Omer Sheikh over Daniel Pearl?s murder had undermined sacrifices Pakistan made fighting terrorism. Read More: Sindh govt to move SC against SHC decision in Daniel Pearl murder case Shah Mehmood Qureshi has also revealed that the Ministry of Interior has taken the four accused in protective custody for the time being.
Photo: File The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has suspended international flights till midnight on May 15, according to a notification issued on Sunday. ?As per the decision of the government of Pakistan, the suspension of international flight operations as effected earlier has been extended up to Friday, May 15, 2020 at 2359 hours PST.
ISLAMABAD: Expressing deep concerns over deterioration health condition of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik in jail, Pakistan on Saturday urged the United Nations to take notice of the inhuman treatment to the leader by the Indian government, ARY News reported. In a statement, Foreign Officer spokesperson Aisha Farooqui asked to the UN to play role in release of the innocent Kashmiri leader. She
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday said that the death rate in Pakistan from coronavirus is much lower than feared, ARY News reported. Addressing media on coronavirus situation in the country, the prime minister said that the intensity of Covid-19 was still low in Pakistan as compared to other countries, especially the United States and Europe.
KARACHI: Sindh Health Minister Azra Pechuhu announced on Thursday that the provincial government has decided to set up six new infectious diseases? hospitals in the province. She along with the provincial chief secretary chaired a meeting to review progress on the health department?s different schemes. 88 schemes will see the light of day by December 2020, the participants were informed.
PESHAWAR: Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Mahmood Khan on Monday announced a 60-day remission in sentences of inmates across the provincial prisons as first 15 cases of the coronavirus are detected in the province today, ARY NEWS reported. He said that they would give a special relief to the inmates across the province as the virus is declared pandemic across the globe and many cases of it are reported within the country.
KARACHI: Residents of Karachi will have to bear the coronavirus lockdown in searing heat, with Meteorological Department Director Sardar Sarfaraz forecasting a two-day heatwave starting Saturday for the port city. The city has been under strict lockdown orders since March due to the coronavirus pandemic. According to the Met department, temperatures will remain high for the next two days, shooting up to 40 degrees Celsius.
PM Imran calls on the international community to urge India to lift Kashmir restrictions. ? AFP/Files Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday hoped that the international community can "now realise the suffering of Kashmiris" as anti-lockdown protests sweep the globe amid the coronavirus outbreak. The pandemic ? that has killed over 169,000 and infected 2.5
PMA stresses self-isolation; ‘only people with severe coronavirus symptoms should come to hospitals’
LAHORE: Pakistan Medical Association (PMA) on Thursday said that the people suffering from coronavirus should be allowed treatment at home, ARY News reported. President Pakistan Medical Association (PMA), Doctor Ashraf Nizami in a media talk said that the police is bringing patients to the clinic claiming them to be coronavirus suspects.