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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan participated in a virtual conference on Afghanistan, titled “Strengthening Consensus for Peace”, hosted by the Government of Afghanistan, on Monday, ARY News reported. President of Afghanistan Dr. Ashraf Ghani and Chairman High Peace Council for National Reconciliation Dr. Abdullah Abdullah participated in the conference. Read More: FM Qureshi reiterates Pakistan’s commitment to peace in Afghanistan Representatives of a number of countries and international organisations were also in attendance.
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RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa paid a glowing tribute to indomitable courage, devotion and exemplary leadership of Captain Karnal Sher Khan shaheed, Nishan-e-Haider and Havaldar Lalak Jan shaheed, Nishan-e-Haider, who wrote history with their blood against all odds, ARY NEWS reported citing Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR).
GENEVA: The World Health Organization (WHO) is reviewing a report that suggested its advice on the novel coronavirus needs updating, after some scientists told the New York Times there was evidence the virus could be spread by tiny particles in the air. The WHO says the COVID-19 disease spreads primarily through small droplets, which are expelled from the nose and mouth when an infected person breaths them out in coughs, sneezes, speech or laughter and quickly sink to the ground.
NEW YORK: New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Monday called on President Donald Trump to not be a “co-conspirator” of the coronavirus and acknowledge the “major problem” it poses as cases spiked in dozens of states after some rushed to reopen. The number of U.S. coronavirus deaths exceeded 130,000 on Monday, following a massive surge of new cases that has put Trump’s handling of the crisis under the microscope and derailed efforts to restart the economy.
Uber has agreed to buy food delivery app Postmates in a multibillion dollar deal, according to Bloomberg. The San Francisco-based rideshare giant has been badly affected by the coronavirus pandemic ? cutting a quarter of its global workforce in May ? and has been looking to boost its growing food delivery service Uber Eats.
The individuals tried to board the bus on Sunday night without tickets or masks, which are mandatory on public transport across France. ? Reuters/FIles BAYONNE: A bus driver in France was declared brain dead Monday after being attacked by several people he refused to let aboard because they were not wearing face masks as required during the coronavirus outbreak.
KARACHI: Gold prices hit an all-time high of Rs106,000 per tola in the domestic market on Monday, ARY News reported. According to the details, the per tola price of yellow metal rose by Rs 1,100 to Rs106,000 while the 10-gram gold rate increased by Rs 943 to trade at Rs 90,877, according to All Pakistan Jewellers Association The increase in domestic gold prices was attributed to $7 per ounce rise in world gold rate to $1,784.
KARACHI: Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan (MQM-P) announced to stage a protest outside the parliament house against Karachi Electric (KE), ARY News reported on Monday. According to details, the political party has decided to protest outrageous long drawn out power outages in the metropolis, the decision was taken in a Rabita Committee session of the party held earlier in the day.
China has yet to confirm whether it suffered casualties. The Indian deaths are the highest along the border in more than five decades, a dramatic escalation that led to weeks of talks between senior military officials on how to ease tensions. ? Twitter NEW DELHI/BEIJING: Indian government sources said on Monday that China began pulling back troops from along its contested border with India, following a clash between the two countries last month in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed.