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PM Imran Khan warns Pakistan citizens against COVID, says "masses not taking it seriously"

Islamabad/UNI: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that many people in the country are not taking novel coronavirus seriously and are behaving irresponsibly which has lead to a surge in cases.

Former Pakistan PM Yousuf Raza tests positive for COVID-19

Islamabad/IBNS:  Former Pakistan prime minister and senior PPP leader Yousuf Raza Gilani has tested positive for COVID-19.

Kashmiris in Pakistan's Muzaffarabad complain about poor isolation ward for COVID-19 patients

Muzaffarabad: When people suffering from COVID-19 need special attention from hospitals, the Kashmiri people are receiving poor treatment in Pakistan's Muzaffarabad city.

Pakistan's state-run PTV sacks 2 journalists for showing Kashmir as part of India

Islamabad: Pakistan's state-run PTV has sacked two employees for showing "incorrect map of Pakistan" that was showing occupied Kashmir to be a part of Indian territory.

Pakistan's opposition leader tests positive for COVID-19

Islamabad/Xinhua: The leader of the opposition in Pakistan's National Assembly or the lower house of the parliament Shahbaz Sharif and several other politicians have tested positive for COVID-19, local media reported on Thursday.

Pakistan govt reaches deal with Maulana Abdul Aziz of Lal Masjid

Islamabad: Returning to spotlight, controversial Maulana Abdul Aziz, who had led the weekly congregational prayer without taking any anti-Covid-19 measures and had openly displayed weapons,  reached an agreement with the Pakistani government by which he vacated Lal Masjid G-6 and moved to the madrassah Jamia Hafsa in G-7.

Pakistan govt faces heat from oppn leader as petrol shortage persists

Islamabad: The Pakistan government has blamed acute shortage of petroleum in the country on 'mafias'.

Afghanistan: Residents of Kunar allege Pakistan forces advanced towards Durand Line

Residents of Afghanistan's Kunar province have alleged that  Pakistani forces have advanced towards the Afghan part of the Durand Line.

Pakistan: Activists of Youth Action Committee protest against construction of Bhasha dam on Indus River

Members of  Activists of Youth Action Committee have demonstrated outside the local press club in Pakistan's Nawabshah city against the federal government’s plans for construction of Bhasha dam on Indus River.

Story of Minorities in Pakistan: Two Christains converted to Islam

Two Christian brothers in Pakistan, who were on duty at the Dogra Quarantine Center, were converted to Islam recently adding to the growing number of conversions in Islamic country where minorities are allegedly in the receiving end.

Prisoners protest over Pakistan's jail COVID-19 infections

Islamabad/Xinhua:  Prisoners in Pakistan's south Sindh province lodged a protest and held four policemen hostage after their seven inmates were tested positive of COVID-19, local media reported on Tuesday.

Experts blame Pak policymakers' complacency for 'depressingly wrong' trading ability with China

Karachi: Blaming the complacency of the policymakers and exporters, experts believe that Pakistan's trading abilities have been 'depressingly wrong' so far as it's dealing with all-weather ally China.

COVID-19 peak might be reached by end of July: Pakistan PM warns

Islamabad/IBNS: Pakistan PM Imran Khan on Monday warned his countrymen that the peak of COVID-19 cases might be reached by the end of July or at the beginning of August.

Pakistan Covid cases rise to 93,983

Islamabad/UNI: The number of COVID-19 cases in Pakistan has increased to 93,983 including 1,935 fatalities, according to data updated on Saturday morning by the country's Health Ministry.

IMF asks Pakistan to freeze salaries of govt employees

Islamabad: The International Monetary Fund has asked cash-strapped Pakistan to freeze salaries of government employees and adhere to the fiscal consolidation path by showing a nominal primary deficit in the new budget, reported The Express Tribune.