Daily Archives: Jul 18, 2020

Saudi Arabia to Launch “World Defense Show” in 2022

Saudi Arabia announced the launch of the World Defense Show-2022 as part of its plan to become a leading armaments producer in the Middle East. The inaugural edition is scheduled to take place...

Alibaba Fires Indian Employees Of UCWeb, Club Factory halts Payments After App Ban

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd’s (BABA.N) subsidiary UC Web is slashing staff in India after a ban on 59 Chinese-origin mobile apps that includes UC Web’s browser and two other products, according to...

Federal Govt Approves Increase of Rs 65 in PTV License Fee in Electricity Bills

The Federal Government on Friday has approved an increase of Rs 65, from. 35 to Rs. 100, in Pakistan Television (PTV) license fee, Dunya News reported. According to sources, the government has sought...

Saudi Arabia Calls on People to Sight Dhu Al-Hijjah Crescent on Monday

Saudi Arabia’s Supreme Court has called on people to sight the crescent of Dhu Al-Hijjah on Monday evening. Dhu Al-Hijjah is the month during which the Hajj pilgrimage takes place and is the...

The Coronavirus Cannot be Transmitted Through Mosquito Bites: Study

The study, published in the journal Scientific Reports, found that the virus cannot replicate in three common types of mosquitoes and therefore cannot be transmitted to humans even if the mosquitoes feast...

LDA Finilized an International Standrard State of Art Entertainment Park in Lahore Finalised

The Lahore Development Authority (LDA) has finalized design for an international standard state of the art entertainment park to be established in Johar Town area in Lahore. Lahore Development Authority Director General,...

Survey Revealed 290,000 People in Islamabad had COVID-19 Antibodies — NIH Chief

A survey carried out in Islamabad last month revealed that at least 290,000 people in the capital had antibodies against the new coronavirus, the head of Pakistan’s National Institute of Health (NIH)...

Google to Bar Advertisers from Creating Ads Promoting Coronavirus Conspiracy Theories

Google has said it will stop websites and apps that use its advertising technology from running ads which promote conspiracy theories about the coronavirus pandemic. The world’s largest search engine updated its policy...
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