Month: October 2020

leadership role without the potential

leadership role without the potential

“The Maulana has given the leadership role without the potential” leadership role without the potential/ The opposition’s movement has kicked off a drive to bring the government down and the political environment in the country is quite charged. TNS spoke to Dr Muhammad Waseem, professor at the Department of Social Sciences at the Lahore University ….  Read More

island records another COVID case

island records another COVID case

St Lucia govt says no to shutdown, but schools remain closed as island records another COVID case island records another COVID case,. CASTRIES, St Lucia (CMC) — The St Lucia Government says it has no intention of shutting down the country, even as the island recorded yet another case of the coronavirus on Friday. “We ….  Read More

Country observes Eid-i-Miladun Nabi

Country observes Eid-i-Miladun Nabi

Country observes Eid-i-Miladun Nabi; leaders calls for spreading Holy Prophet’s teachings Country observes Eid-i-Miladun Nabi/ Pakistanis on Friday observed Eid-i-Miladun Nabi across the country with leaders highlighting the importance of spreading Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) teachings among people. Prime Minister Imran Khan said the teachings of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) must disseminated to promote peace, tranquility and ….  Read More

US Covid-19 cases hit record

Voting is a patriotic duty

Voting is a patriotic duty. If you don’t know these terms, it can be a confusing one. Voting is a patriotic duty/ Voting is important, so there are rules to protect it. Here’s what you need to know before you go to vote. USA TODAY Voting in the United States is widely bill as a patriotic duty, ….  Read More

Paleologos on the Poll

Paleologos on the Poll: Trump, Biden supporters agree on little, but there’s widespread worry about election violence Paleologos on the Poll/ David Paleologos, Special to USA TODAY Published 6:01 a.m. ET Oct. 29, 2020 Polls show there are far fewer on-the-fence voters this year than the unusually high number in 2016, and the Trump and ….  Read More

As Election Day nears

As Election Day nears, Trump ponders becoming one thing he so despises: A loser As Election Day nears/ Trump keeps talking about losing the election UP NEXT As Election Day nears/ Trailing in the polls and with little time left to change the trajectory or closing themes of the presidential race, President Trump has spent ….  Read More

COVID-19 Case Count Since June

response to COVID-19 spikes

European nations mixed in their response to COVID-19 spikes response to COVID-19 spikes/ Countries across Europe are battling coronavirus infection spikes with new lockdowns, curfews, face mask orders and virus tracking smart phone apps. In a small indication of success, Spain’s government said it won’t extend a state of emergency in the Madrid region when ….  Read More

island records another COVID case

Covid-19 sweeps across Pakistan

Wearing face mask made mandatory as second wave of Covid-19 sweeps across Pakistan Covid-19 sweeps across Pakistan/ The National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) on Wednesday, after continuous warnings of rising Covid-19 cases across the country, made it compulsory for all citizens to wear a face mask when stepping out of their homes. The directive ….  Read More

PDM for insisting on Peshawar rally

act collectively to counter Islamophobia

PM Imran urges Muslim leaders to ‘act collectively to counter Islamophobia’ in Europe act collectively to counter Islamophobia/ Premier writes letters to Muslim heads of states, says European leaders often act out of lack of understanding however Prime Minister Imran Khan has written letters to heads Muslim states urging them to “act collectively” and counter ….  Read More

Justice Isa case

Justice Isa case

Justice Isa case/ THE 174-page detailed judgement of the 10-member Supreme Court bench on the reference filed against Justice Qazi Faez Isa lays bare some severe deficiencies in the government process. The court held that President Arif Alvi did not form a considered opinion under Article 209(5) of the Constitution, hence the reference against Justice ….  Read More