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LAHORE: Lawyers have strongly condemned the continuous illegal detention of Jang/Geo Editor-in-Chief Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman by National Accountability Bureau. They demanded immediate release of Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman. Senior lawyer and constitutional expert Abid Hassan Minto denounced the arrest of Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman in a 34-year old property case, saying in Pakistan, ruling elitehad always used laws to stifle the voice of their opponents.
Prince Harry has reportedly dropped his royal surname in paperwork after leaving the UK with Megan Markle to live in the US. According to reports, Harry has left out his HRH and Mountbatten-Windsor titles from official documents for his new, green travel company Travalyst. In documents for his latest venture, a new green travel company, Harry has used neither his HRH nor Mountbatten-Windsor titles.
KARACHI: Locally transmitted coronavirus cases are on the rise in Karachi as 41 more tested positive for COVID-19 in the metropolis on Monday, taking the provincial tally to 1452, ARY News reported. According to the latest data shared by the Sindh Health and Population Department, the number of patients in Karachi alone rose to 937 with 41 new cases reported today.
Marvel Studios will reportedly introduce a number of new characters in the Phase 4 of the MCU Marvels buffs may have started the year on a distressing note owing to the upcoming releases getting pushed further in the future, but good things certainly come to those who wait. As per the latest intel on the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), there is a chance of Young Avengers coming sometime in the future but not with the superheroes we grew to love over the years.
AFP LONDON: Kenny Dalglish's son admitted he was "truly humbled" by the messages of support that poured in from across the football world after the Liverpool legend tested positive for the coronavirus. Dalglish found he had the virus after being admitted to hospital on Wednesday for treatment for a separate infection which required intravenous antibiotics.
ISLAMABAD: The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) on Monday permitted Salam Air to operate special flights to Lahore and Karachi to bring back Pakistani nationals and airlift Omani citizens stranded owing to suspension of international flights to the country. ?The requests of the Salam Air to operate the requested evacuation flights between Muscat and Lahore/Karachi on April 16 and 17, 2020 respectively for transport[ing] of stranded Pakistani Nationals and airlifting Omani Nationals have been approved by the Competent Authority,? read a permit issued to the airline.
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday said that the provision of relief to impoverished segments of society ? including labourers, daily wagers and common people ? is the top priority of the government. The meeting, chaired by prime minister in Islamabad on Monday, reviewed implementation of the economic stimulus package announced by government to support economic activities in the country.
RAWALPINDI: Security forces shot dead two terrorists in an operation in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa?s North Waziristan district, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said on Monday. One serviceman embraced martyrdom during the exchange of fire with terrorists in Datta Khel, the military?s media wing said. The martyred soldier was identified as Naek Adil Shehzad, resident of Mansehra.
LAHORE: Two minor siblings detected with COVID-19 have been sent to quarantine zone with their father after the family refused to leave their children alone in the isolation centre in Lahore, ARY News reported on Monday. A minor boy and girl were tested positive for coronavirus in Lahore’s Ravi Town which led the administration to take a difficult decision for sending them to a quarantine facility.
The "Guardians Of The Galaxy 3" director James Gunn on Sunday revealed that the Marvel movie's schedule would remain unchanged despite the coronavirus pandemic. Taking to Twitter, he said his plans with the movie are the same as they were before coronavirus. His tweets came amid reports that Guardians of