Daily Archives: May 25, 2020

The Upcoming Honda City In Pakistan; Preliminary Update!

When it comes to cars like Corolla and Civic, everyone gets excited to know something new about them and it is also seen when recently the 12th Generation Corolla was spotted for the first...

In a first, Daily Number of Recovered Patients Higher than New Cases: CM Sindh

Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah on Monday said that it was the first instance since the emergence of the pandemic that the tally of recovered patients is higher than the new...

Watch: New Zealand’s Ardern Braves Earthquake During Live TV Interview

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was unflustered by an earthquake that struck the capital Wellington on Monday while she was doing a live TV interview, and calmly continued with the program.Ardern, who became...

Israeli Forces Attack Eid Worshippers Outside Al Aqsa Mosque

Israeli police attacked worshipers performing Eid prayers outside the Al Aqsa Mosque compound, wounding several elderly Muslims, at the revered site in occupied East Jerusalem. The Palestinian news agency Wafa reported that Israeli...

Punjab Allows Covid-19 Patients to See Families on Eid

Families of coronavirus patients admitted to hospitals and quarantine centres in Punjab will be allowed to meet them from a distance of eight feet or see them through windows on Eidul Fitr. The...

Saudis Find Innovative Ways to Give Eid Gifts Amid Pandemic

Due to the ongoing pandemic, Saudis are exploring different ways to exchange gifts and eidiya. They are mostly relying on internet and different apps available to solve this problem by sending e-gifts...

COVID-19: Tourists, Picnickers Kept Away from Murree, Swat in Eid Holidays as Entry is Ban for Tourists

Fearing a further increase in the number of coronavirus cases across Pakistan, the local administration in Murree and Swat has banned tourists’ entry and directed all hotels, lodges and private rest houses...

Oxford University’s COVID-19 Vaccine Trial has Only 50% Chance of Success

The Oxford University team in charge of developing a coronavirus vaccine said a decline in the infection rate will make it increasingly difficult to prove whether it's been successful, the Telegraph reported. "It's...
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