Good afternoon ,*|MERGE1|*. It’s Oct 24 and happy holiday!
I have been waiting for this day for so long not because of the weekend but because it’s a big day today. Yes, it’s Pak VS Ind today at 7pm in Dubai. Today is all about the match and I’m not doing anything else. Waisey who do you think will win? Well, I don’t want to sound like a defeatist lekin according to experts and current positions of both teams, India is likely to beat us. But let’s not be negative and hope for the best. P.S I am all in for a bet.
It’s going to rain in Islamabad and is sunny elsewhere.
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Pakistan denies reports of ‘agreement’ with US to use airspace for military operations in Afghanistan
In a statement by Pakistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the spokesperson stated that “no such understanding was in place”. The statement said that Pakistan and the United States (US) have longstanding cooperation on regional security and counter-terrorism and the two sides remain engaged in regular consultations.
A report published by CNN suggested that the US administration is nearing an agreement with Pakistan to use its airspace to conduct military and intelligence operations in Afghanistan.
Remember? In an interview, Prime Minister (PM) of Pakistan Imran Khan said that Pakistan would absolutely not allow the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to use bases on its soil for cross-border counter-terrorism missions after American forces withdraw from Afghanistan.
Prime Minister Imran Khan is in Saudi for a three-day visit to attend the launch ceremony of the Middle East Green Initiative (MGI) Summit in the capital Riyadh, announced the Foreign Office (FO) of Pakistan.
What is going to take place there?
At the MGI event, the prime minister will share his perspective on the challenges faced by developing countries due to climate change, PMO statement said.
PM Khan will also participate in an event for the promotion of investment in Pakistan and interact with leading investors and businessmen from Saudi Arabia and the Pakistani diaspora, read the official statement.
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‘No hugs, caressing, bed scenes’ in dramas, directs Pemra
Oops! What the…? The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) issued a warning to all satellite channels to refrain from airing caress and hug scenes in Pakistani dramas in a recent notification.
The notifications reads:
“All Satellite TV channels are hereby directed to refrain from airing caress/ hug scenes in dramas and properly review the content of the dramas through In-House Monitoring Committee and edit/ amend the same by giving due consideration to above reservations and apprehension of the viewers.”
I wonder what PEMRA thinks about the abusive and slapping scenes on TV? Why are those not given any consideration?
It was the top trending hashtag yesterday as both the teams will be facing each other today.
This hashtag was trending on Pakistani Twitter because WI lost to England in T20 world cup match.
This hashtag was trending in relevance to TLP’s march towards Islamabad.
Macbeth is a tragedy by William Shakespeare; it is thought to have been first performed in 1606. It dramatises the damaging physical and psychological effects of political ambition on those who seek power for its own sake.
The United Nations Day is observed on October 24 and marks the anniversary of the entry into force in 1945 of the UN Charter. The United Nations (UN) Day is observed on October 24 each year and marks the official establishment of the United Nations in 1945.
CURRENT BABA’S WISDOM FOR TODAY
Don’t eat too much today!
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