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Islamabad: Amid reports of improper implementation of policies by PM Imran Khan-led government, Pakistan continues to witness a major surge in the number of COVID-19 patients with the figure on Monday touching 3520, media reports said. Read more>>
As youths lose jobs in Pakistan amid COVID-19 lockdown, their families protest outside Punjab Governor's house

Lahore: With several youth losing jobs amid lockdown imposed by PM Imran Khan-led government to combat COVID-19 outbreak, their family members on Sunday protested outside Punjab Governor Mohammad Sarwar's resident in Lahore.

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Sikh gurudwara attack plotter ISKP chief Aslam Farooqui admits his link with Pakistan's ISI

Kabul: Exposing a Pakistan link to the Sikh Gurudrawa attack in Afghanistan's Kabul city, arrested so-called emir of Islamic State Khorasan Province (ISKP) Mawlawi Abdullah aka Aslam Farooqui has confessed his strong relationship with Pak spy agency Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).

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J&K: Lashkar-e-Toiba terror module busted in Handwara, forces arrest 4 terrorists and 5 overground workers

Handwara: In a major breakthrough, the security forces on Friday busted a Lashkar-e-Toiba-linked terror module in Handwara and Sopore areas of Jammu and Kashmir.

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Pakistan witnessing mammoth surge in COVID-19 cases, Brookings Institution blog blames it on PM Khan's inexperience

Islamabad: Pakistan is witnessing a mammoth surge in the number of COVID-19 infected patients and experts are now highlighting that it might be PM Imran Khan's lack of experience in dealing with a crisis that has left the nation struggling against the disease which might eventually decay its already bleeding economy.

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COVID-19 lays bare the bleeding face of Pakistan administration, economy

Islamabad: The growing COVID-19 cases in Pakistan are not only unveiling the collapsing healthcare system of the South Asian nation but hinting that the economy will also slow in the upcoming days to leave common men bleeding.

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Taliban violence in Badakshan leaves 10 dead

Kabul, Afghanistan/UNI: A Taliban raid at an Afghan army checkpoint left 10 people dead, Afghan Army spokesperson announced on Friday.

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