Cheezious Pakistan Unveils Soul-Stirring World Cup Anthem “Khel Khushiyon Ka”
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Cheezious Pakistan Unveils Soul-Stirring World Cup Anthem “Khel Khushiyon Ka”

In the midst World Cup event Cheezious Pakistan has emerged as the ray of hope, delivering a sensational World Cup anthem titled “Khel Khushiyon Ka” that resonates deeply with the emotions and sentiments of every Pakistani. Hashim Nawaz, renowned for his role in the Pindi Boys, “Khel Khushiyon Ka” has transcended the realm of ordinary…

The Power of Community-Led Development in Baluchistan: A Conversation with Shandana Khan
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The Power of Community-Led Development in Baluchistan: A Conversation with Shandana Khan

In the vast landscapes of rural Pakistan, where development has often been a distant dream, a quiet revolution is underway. Shandana Khan, the CEO of Rural Support Programmes Network in Pakistan, sat down for an enlightening conversation on the remarkable journey of community-led development in Baluchistan. As we delve into her insights, we discover the…

The Artistry of ‘TheEuropeanKid’ – Bridging Cultures through Comedy
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The Artistry of ‘TheEuropeanKid’ – Bridging Cultures through Comedy

In the dynamic world of digital entertainment, one name has emerged as a beacon of creativity, effortlessly transcending borders and connecting cultures. Aris Y., better known as ‘TheEuropeanKid,’ has not only amassed a devoted following but has also become a symbol of comedic artistry with a global impact. The Power of Multicultural Roots Born and…

Chairman CDA Noor Ul Amin Mengal’s Promising Steps Towards Rural Area Cleanliness

Chairman CDA Noor Ul Amin Mengal’s Promising Steps Towards Rural Area Cleanliness

Noor Ul Amin Mengal, Chief Commissioner ICT and Chairman CDA Islamabad, recently took to Twitter to announce the arrival of machinery and vehicles dedicated to the cleanliness of rural areas. In his tweet, he expressed his commitment to establishing a proper mechanism to ensure a cleaner and greener Islamabad in the coming days. The machinery…

Supreme Court Passes Landmark Judgment on Workplace Sexual Harassment

Supreme Court Passes Landmark Judgment on Workplace Sexual Harassment

In a groundbreaking decision, the Supreme Court (SC) of Pakistan has unanimously ruled that workplace sexual harassment encompasses not only physical intimacy or sexual actions but also discrimination based on gender. The apex court had previously maintained in 2021 that cases falling under the Protection against Harassment of Women at Workplace Act, 2010 must establish…

Two Earthquakes Jolt Islamabad, No Damage or Injuries Reported

Two Earthquakes Jolt Islamabad, No Damage or Injuries Reported

Two earthquakes jolted Islamabad and surrounding areas on May 28, 2023. The first earthquake, with a magnitude of 5.5, occurred at 5:49 AM UTC. #Earthquake 74 km SE of #Fayzabad (#Afghanistan) 8 min ago (local time 10:19:57). Colored dots represent local shaking & damage level reported by eyeswitnesses. Share your experience via:đŸ“±https://t.co/LBaVNedgF9🌐https://t.co/OiioktJPCP pic.twitter.com/rDqAl886X3 — EMSC…

Rare Cheetah Beaten to Death by Villagers in Tharparkar

Rare Cheetah Beaten to Death by Villagers in Tharparkar

Residents of a village in Tharparkar, Pakistan, were reported to have killed a rare cheetah on Tuesday after it had attacked and killed a number of their sheep and goats. According to the villagers, they had contacted officials from the wildlife department in an effort to have the predator captured alive, but received no assistance….

Pakistan National Assembly Passes Bill to Abolish Death Penalty for Drug-Related Offenses

Pakistan National Assembly Passes Bill to Abolish Death Penalty for Drug-Related Offenses

The National Assembly in Pakistan has passed the Control of Narcotics Substances (Amendment) Bill, 2022, which aims to eliminate the death penalty for drug-related offenses. The statement of objects and reasons for the bill states that the death penalty, as outlined in section 9(c) of the Control of Narcotics Substances Act, 1997, disproportionately affects individuals…

We Need to Keep Supporting – UN Humanitarian Coordinator, Pakistan

We Need to Keep Supporting – UN Humanitarian Coordinator, Pakistan

United Nations Pakistan Humanitarian Coordinator, Julien Harneis stands by miles and miles of water, sharing the plight of the people of Dadu district in Sindh, as three months on they live in rubble of destruction as they return to nothing. They have lost everything. The “destruction is total”, shares Harneis, “people can’t farm, they have…

Nadra to Devise System for Relief Goods Distribution in Sindh
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Nadra to Devise System for Relief Goods Distribution in Sindh

Chairman NADRA Tariq Malik called on Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah at CM House Karachi. Chairman NADRA gave a briefing on the development and provision of data related to ongoing relief activities in flood-affected areas of Sindh. Briefing the CM Sindh, Chairman NADRA informed that NADRA employees, offices and NADRA operations have also…

GE Foundation Announces Grant to Provide Flood Relief in Pakistan

GE Foundation Announces Grant to Provide Flood Relief in Pakistan

The GE Foundation today announced a donation of US$100,000 to provide immediate relief to Pakistan, which is currently experiencing extreme flooding across the country. The donation will fund Americares response to the floods and help to provide immediate and direct support to the country’s medical system. Specifically, the donation will support the rehabilitation of 20…

Orange Line steps forward to support flood victims in South Punjab

Orange Line steps forward to support flood victims in South Punjab

In order to further strengthen the relationship between Pakistan and China, a group of 20 employees, volunteers and representatives of the Orange Line Metro Train project came forward to distribute life support essentials amongst the flood victims of Jampur, which remains among the most crushed urban communities in the Rajanpur locale of South Punjab during…

OGDCL Provides Water Pumps, Food Hampers to Flood Affectees in Sindh

OGDCL Provides Water Pumps, Food Hampers to Flood Affectees in Sindh

In the wake of massive flash floods that wreak havoc in various parts of the country, the Oil and Gas Development Company Limited (OGDCL) has continued its relief activities and provided water pumps to locals for draining flood water along with distribution of 80 food hampers among the flood affectees of Taluka and Hyderabad districts…

Khaki Desan – Fatima Fertilizer Makes a Nostalgic Appeal to Revive Cotton Production
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Khaki Desan – Fatima Fertilizer Makes a Nostalgic Appeal to Revive Cotton Production

The fond recollections of our mums bringing out hand-knit khaees and dariyan made of local cotton and proudly setting those out for the frequent guests have long since vanished. In addition, the cotton fields have gradually been replaced by concrete jungles and other “more profitable” crops. Sarsabz Fertilizer recently released the second episode of its…

Labour Shortage Worldwide
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Labour Shortage Worldwide

People are flying just like every summer to Disneyland in Orlando, Florida. The relaxation of pandemic rules has made tourists feel more comfortable in their interaction and socializing with other people in crowded places. Surprises await those who venture to Orlandoas there has been shortage of labour in US. Labour shortage means that America has…

Netizens call out the ‘privatization” and destruction of Karachi’s Frere Hall’s beauty as “class disparity”
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Netizens call out the ‘privatization” and destruction of Karachi’s Frere Hall’s beauty as “class disparity”

Netizens are not happy with the undergoing construction of Frere Hall, known for being an unbarred space open for all, that is reportedly going to fence the gardens and will no longer be available for common public. Frere Hall means different things to different people. It has been a picnic spot for many, a Sunday…

Rising Temperature Provokes Water and Food Insecurity in Pakistan and India
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Rising Temperature Provokes Water and Food Insecurity in Pakistan and India

The direct result of climate change by rising temperatures in Pakistan and India is water, food and biodiversity insecurity which may become worst in upcoming years, told environmentalists of the region. An exceptionally high heat wave is hitting two nuclear-armed neighboring countries with temperatures reaching 51 degree Celsius in Pakistan and 49 degree Celsius in…

Daska Gurdwara Building Will Be Reconstructed
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Daska Gurdwara Building Will Be Reconstructed

A delegation based on 10 members by Auqaf authorities visited Gurdwara Pehli Pat Shahi in Daska. Habibur Rehman Gillani, the evacuee trust board chairman said that the condition of gurdwara is quite shabby which will be demolished and its reconstruction will begin soon. During his visit to Fateh Bhandar village, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif took…

Karachi Women Runs Late Father’s Rickshaw
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Karachi Women Runs Late Father’s Rickshaw

After the untimely demise of her father, a young woman from Karachi has taken up the hard task of joining a male-dominating profession of driving an auto-rikshaw to support her family in this era of rising inflation and unemployment. Late Abdul Jameel, a rickshaw driver had no son and he had prepared his youngest daughter…

Naseer-Ud-Din Shah calls out ‘Khans’ of Bollywood on Islamophobia
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Naseer-Ud-Din Shah calls out ‘Khans’ of Bollywood on Islamophobia

Veteran Indian actor Naseeruddin Shah, referring to BJP spokesperson’s remarks against prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H), spoke about the three most popular Khans of Bollywood- Salman Khan, Shahrukh Khan and Amir Khan’s silence over the uproar caused internationally by BJP’s spokesperson Nurpur Sharma’s insulting comments in a television debate. In an interview with NDTV, Naseeruddin Shah spoke…

Vital Participation of Women in Financial Sector
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Vital Participation of Women in Financial Sector

As gender diversity has worked well in developing and developed economies around the world, Pakistan may also escalate its economic activities significantly by supporting women to play their role in management and labour in businesses. The participation of women stands at 21% in Pakistan’s economy as compared to men as 79%. At “Employer of Choice”…