MDCAT Candidates want a retest
Candidates for the Medical and Dental Colleges Admission Test (MDCAT) staged a sit-in outside the Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) building on Thursday, demanding that the test be retaken.
According to sources with knowledge of the situation, the students and their parents staged the sit-in after negotiations between students and PMC officials over the issue of a retest proved to be unsuccessful.
The students who demonstrated yesterday claimed that the data of thousands of students had been leaked as a result of the hacking of PMC’s website the day before.
According to the students, the PMC…
If a lady dies without children, no one can inherit her estate : Supreme Court
It was decided on Thursday by the Supreme Court of Pakistan (SC) that women can only claim inheritance during their lifetime, and that their offspring will have no rights in this regard once they pass away.
The judgement by the Supreme Court occurred in the course of a case brought by the children of a widow from Peshawar, who claimed a share of the inheritance of their maternal grandfather’s property.
The case was considered by a three-member bench of the Supreme Court, which was presided…
Pakistan and Saudi Arabia can lead the world, says President Dr. Arif Alvi
On Thursday, President Dr. Arif Alvi praised Pakistan and Saudi Arabia for their attitude to international challenges and stated that their leadership was capable of leading the globe through the implementation of their vision.
According to the president, who spoke at a conference on “Pak-Saudi Relations: Past, Present, and Future” conducted in this city, the people of Pakistan are loyal to the protection of Saudi Arabia’s sacred territory because they share a religious affinity with the country.
The president noted that the first treaty of friendship between…
NAB asks IHC to hear Maryam Nawaz appeals daily
The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Thursday requested that the Islamabad High Court (IHC) hold day-to-day hearings in the appeals filed by Maryam Nawaz, Vice President of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), and her husband, Captain ® Muhammad Safdar, in connection with the Avenfield Property.
The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) alleged in a motion submitted with the court that the accused intentionally used delaying tactics on multiple occasions. For over a year, Maryam Nawaz’s attorney had made excuses to the court to keep the hearing from taking place. …
483 suspected dengue fever cases at Allied
The city’s Allied hospitals have already received 483 suspected instances of dengue fever, with 26 confirmed cases being treated at the hospital’s emergency department over the course of a single week.
APP spoke to Dr. Sajjad Ahmed, in-charge of the District Health Authority’s anti-dengue cell, who said that 56 patients had been admitted to three hospitals in the city, including Holy Family hospital, District Headquarters hospital, and the Benazir Bhutto Hospital (BBH). He also said that the results of the remaining 30 patients were being processed at the time of interview.
Asad Umar stresses securing China-backed projects
Federal Minister for Planning, Development, and Special Initiatives Asad Umar stressed the importance of increasing security for projects funded by the Chinese, as the country’s investment in Pakistan continues to grow. Umar made the remarks on Thursday.
The federal minister stated, “The amount of investment flowing via the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) continues to grow.” “Apart from special economic zones, Chinese investors are investing in a variety of projects.”
Following a meeting of the Joint Coordination Committee (JCC) on the CPEC in Islamabad, the federal minister addressed a press conference in which he emphasised…
ECC authorises Kamyab Pakistan Program, 40% IPP payment
The Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) of the Council of Ministers formally authorized the Kamyab Pakistan Program (KPP), which has five components to develop the low-income and unemployed segments of society.
Shaukat Tarin, Minister of Finance and Revenue of the Federal Government, presided over the meeting on Thursday.
Before the committee, the Finance Division provided an updated description of the Kamyab Pakistan Program (KPP) that had been developed.
During consultations with stakeholders, the program’s structure has been refined to disburse microcredit for the purpose of uplifting marginalized elements of the society. …
California Becomes first State to set Quota limits like Amazon for Retailers
As a result of a new law signed by Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday, California became the first state to prevent mega-retailers like Amazon from terminating warehouse workers for failing to meet sales goals that interfere with toilet and rest breaks. that grew out of Amazon’s desire to get goods to customers faster. The law was inspired by Amazon’s desire to get goods to customers faster.
The legislation also prohibits Amazon, the online retailing behemoth, and comparable firms from punishing employees for complying with health and safety regulations…
Twitter Will Finally Address Half Read Tweets Disappearing
Due to the nature of Twitter, where users may quickly share their ideas and comments. If you follow a large number of people, it is likely that your Twitter feed is continuously being updated and refreshed. This is a convenient method to stay up to current with what’s going on in your social media circles. But there’s a problem here that Twitter created on its own. To solve this problem Twitter will finally address half read tweets disappearing.
The company has declared that, following a long time of user complaints. They will…
Pakistan is considering launching a new cricket channel
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and the Ministry of Information are now discussing the possibility of launching a new cricket channel in Pakistan.
According to an official statement, the concept was discussed during a meeting between newly-elected PCB chairman Ramiz Raja and Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry, who was also present.
Ramiz Raja, a former Pakistan captain and well-known pundit, was chosen unopposed as the new chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) earlier this month.
In his inaugural press conference, he pledged to overhaul the Pakistan Cricket Board in order to restore the sport’s illustrious past.
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