Good morning, *|MERGE1|*. It’s July 25. Is this month ever gonna end?
I hope you had a fun Eid break. Tomorrow is the day to go back to reality.
Personally, for me, the last few days have been terrible. A girl was beheaded in one of the safest cities of the country. Noor was murdered in Islamabad and the women of Pakistan are raising their voices. I wonder if we will ever see an end of violence against women. I’m tired of being scared all the time, tired of having the fear that I can be a victim of someone’s anger, tired of feeling that I have to calculate my every move after stepping out from my home. We are all tired.
It will be sunny today in major cities.
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Noor Mukadam’s alleged killer, Zahir Jaffer, appeared in court yesterday. In a video, he can be heard saying he is an American citizen and has been asking for a lawyer.
The suspect was produced in the judicial magistrate’s court upon the completion of his three-day physical remand and after hearing arguments, the judge extended his remand for another two days, ordering that he be produced in court again on Monday, July 26.
The interior ministry has decided to put Zahir Jaffer on the Exit Control List (ECL) at the request of the Islamabad Police.
‘We will slap you in the face so much’, PTI’s Gandapur incites violence against Maryam Nawaz
Federal Minister for Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan Ali Amin Khan Gandapur has once again come under fire for making sexist and violent remarks against Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Vice President Maryam Nawaz.
Taking a jibe at Maryam, Gandapur said: “You [Maryam] have spent Rs80 million [tax payers] money on surgery. I will unmask your real face before the public by removing [cosmetic surgery].”
“We will slap you in the face so much that your real face will be revealed to everyone,” Gandapur said.
PSL seven to be played in January-February 2022 to avoid clash with IPL
The seventh edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) will be played in Pakistan from January-February next year, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has confirmed after consulting the six franchises. The tournament is expected to start in early January and continue till the third week of February.
As per the press release issued by the PCB, the schedule has been drawn up despite a date clash with the Big Bash League (BBL) in Australia.
Lahore and Karachi will host 17 matches each, with the final to be played at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore.
Today marks the inaugural World Drowning Prevention Day to highlight the devastating impact of drowning on families and communities globally and call attention to the need for life-saving drowning prevention strategies
CURRENT BABA’S WISDOM FOR TODAY
Don’t let your emotions dictate you today 🙂
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