Kohli faces conflict of interest probe

Kohli faces conflict of interest probe

NEW DELHI: India ‘s captain Virat Kohli is encounters an inquiry into a potential conflict of interest in two business ventures over his positions. D.K. K. Jain, an ethics officer for the Indian Cricket Control Board (BCCI), said late Sunday that a report would be examined by a member of...

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Sikh Pilgrims Lost Their Lives Aa a Passenger Bus Crashed into The Shah Hussain Express Train

Sikh Pilgrims Lost Their Lives Aa a Passenger Bus Crashed into The Shah Hussain Express Train

At least 19 Sikh pilgrims lost their lives as a passenger bus rammed into the Shah Hussain Express train on Friday, according to rescue officials. According to the District Police Officer Sheikhupura Ghazi Salahuddin, 15 pilgrims lost their lives as the Lahore-bound train from Karachi met with an accident near...

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Emirates’ flights to Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad resumed

Emirates’ flights to Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad resumed

Following a temporary halt, UAE airline Emirates has resumed flights to Pakistan’s three major cities – Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad. Nevertheless, passengers would be required to carry a negative Covid-19 test from an accredited lab provided within 96 hours of their journey. “Following the receipt of relevant government approvals, Emirates...

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US coronavirus cases double in June in at least 10 states

US coronavirus cases double in June in at least 10 states

Coronavirus cases more than doubled in at least 10 US states, including Florida and Texas in the month of June, a Reuters analysis showed. Arizona recorded the biggest jump in cases for the month at 294 per cent, followed by South Carolina and Arkansas. Cases also more than doubled in Alabama, Nevada, North...

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Bahrain to pay 50% of wages for private firms hit by coronavirus

Bahrain to pay 50% of wages for private firms hit by coronavirus

Bahrain ‘s government said it will pay 50% of salaries to private company employees in sectors hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic, said state news agency BNA.   The new payments will begin in July, BNA said, adding that the government would expand its assistance to citizens of Bahrain by...

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India, China agree to restore peace on border

India, China agree to restore peace on border

NEW DELHI: Two days after deadly hand-to-hand clashes at the Sino-Indian border in Ladakh left 20 Indian soldiers dead, their foreign ministers spoke on the phone on Wednesday and agreed to adhere to existing bilateral agreements to ensure peace and tranquility on their disputed Himalayan border. Indian analysts were divided...

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FM shrugs off India’s expected election as UNSC member

FM shrugs off India’s expected election as UNSC member

ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi tried on Monday to ease concerns about India’s upcoming election as a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council saying “heavens would not fall”. In a televised statement, Mr Qureshi spoke of the upcoming elections for five non-permanent Security Council members and addressed the...

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Coronavirus leaves more Americans dead than WWI

Coronavirus leaves more Americans dead than WWI

With 740 new coronavirus deaths in 24 hours, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University, the United States has had more people die from the pandemic than those who perished in World War I. The latest number, counted on Tuesday at 8:30pm (0030 GMT), took the total Covid-19 deaths...

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One Indian officer along with two soldiers killed in LAC clash

One Indian officer along with two soldiers killed in LAC clash

According to India Army Official Statement, “During the de-escalation process underway in the Galwan Valley, a violent face-off took place yesterday night with casualties. The loss of lives on the Indian side includes an officer and two soldiers.” It isn’t clear if there are any Chinese casualties. All the deaths...

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FM tells Delhi to focus on internal affairs

FM tells Delhi to focus on internal affairs

While Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi advised the Modi-led government on Sunday to focus on its domestic issues rather than behaving like an “expansionist nation”, the Foreign Office strongly condemned and categorically rejected Indian defence minister’s remarks about the situation in Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IOJ&K) and Azad Jammu and...

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