Pakistan's airspace

Pakistan’s airspace has been reopened to civil aviation

 

After months of the ban of airspace now Pakistani Airspace hs been opened for the Civil aviation.

Pakistan on Feb 26 fully banned the airspace for the Indian planes because of the Indian fighter jets violation of international boundary and tension between Pakistan and India.

During the tension, Pakistan retaliated the Indian violation of the airspace and shot down two Indian planes and captured one Indian pilot which was released after on humanitarian grounds.

Authorities have confirmed that operation for the civil aviation is now restored and commercial planes can pass through the territory of Pakistan.

Pakistan lies in the middle of a vital aviation corridor and the airspace restrictions affected hundreds of commercial and cargo flights each day, adding to flight time for passengers and fuel costs for airlines.

 

 

Airspace ban extended

Airspace ban extended again by pakistan

Pakistan on Feb 26 fully banned the airspace for the Indian planes because of the Indian fighter jets violation of international boundary and tension between Pakistan and India.

During the tension, Pakistan retaliated the Indian violation of the airspace and shot down two Indian planes and captured one Indian pilot which was released after on humanitarian grounds.

But the airspace for the Indian Commercial Planes is also banned from then till now. Ban of airspace was extended once again on Friday.

 

Noorul Hassan

Noorul Hassan weighing 330kg shifted to lahore

Chenab Nagar: Noorul Hassan resident of sadiqabad has 33o kg of weight. He was unable to one place to another.

He cannot even travel to hospital and he is getting fit in an ambulance so he appealed the Army chief to provide him an Airbus to shift him to Lahore for treatment.

on his appeal, Army chief sent a helicopter and resue 1122 broke the door of his house to bring him out now he has been shifted to the Lahore where he will go through many surgeries to lose weight.

 

 

India won

India won by 89-runs against Pakistan

India has won the most awaited match between Pakistan and India. and India has won the match by a very great performance by 89 runs.

India through batting first set the target of 337-runs for Pakistan to chase down.

India won

But Pakistani batting line was so poor and after one by one player were going back to the pavilion.

Pakistan bowlers, with the exception of Amir, did not bowl the right length to Indian openers

 

Pakistan and India

Pakistan and India will face each-other today

One of the most awaited matches of the world cup will be played today between the two countries which are enemies of each other India and Pakistan in Old Trafford.

Both teams are gearing up and they say that the will give their best performances.

India has given good performances in the previous matches but Pakistani teams performance was very bad.

Fans are waiting for the match to start and are very excited.

Bilawal-Maryam

Bilawal-Maryam will meet Today

Chairman of Pakistan peoples party will meet the Maryam Nawaz daughter of Nawaz Sharif.

they will discuss the political situation after the arrests of Asif Zardari.

Nawaz Sharif is also in jail due to imprisonment in many different cases.

The top leadership of both parties was in jail, it was the time that the young leadership conducted aggressive politics in the face of the Imran government’s vindictive actions against the opposition, attack on judges of the superior courts and the anti-people budget.

 

Shehbaz Sharif will come back on Saturday

Sharif had announced a “quick visit” to London on April 9 after his name was removed from the no-fly list on Lahore High Court orders. Party sources had said at the time that he intended to return within 10-12 days.

Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Shahbaz Sharif will be returning to Pakistan on June 8.

Earlier, lawyers had informed an Accountability Court that Sharif will be returning to Pakistan on June 11. However, it was also earlier said in court that the opposition leader will return to Pakistan after Eidul Fitr.

In the Ramzan Sugar Mills corruption case, Sharif and his son Hamza Shahbaz are accused of “fraudulently and dishonestly” causing an Rs213 million loss to the national exchequer.

Inflation

Inflation has raised to 9.11 percent.

The Prices of things are increased by 9.11 percent this month and inflation has increased.

inflation is increasing day by day in Pakistan. So Rabwah is also under the effect of an increase in prices.

People are doing the shopping for eid and they are facing very troubles because things are out of their budget.

It is very difficult for a poor man to buy clothes and do eid shopping for their kids, and they have appealed to the government to reduce prices so they can also enjoy the happiness of Eid

 

Policeman

Policeman get Murdered in Quetta

Constable Ahmed Jan Parkani was on his way to home after offering Taravih prayers when gunmen riding a motorcycle opened fire on him, police officials said.

The police constable received multiple bullet injuries and died before reaching the hospital.

Police says that it seems that this is a targeted killing meanwhile a traffic policeman was injured when the killer opened fire on the constable.

We always expected it to be a hard game -Sarfraz Ahmad

Pakistani Cricket team captain Sarfraz Ahmad after recent defeats have shared his views about the match.

He said that we are hurt too as no one wants to lose a World Cup match like that. All those who have played this great game will vouch for the pain the players undergo following such an ordinary performance.

What went wrong? I can say a number of things, but by stating those facts I will not try to hide behind excuses.

To begin with, the starting time was very crucial. A 10:30 start made the toss very important. We too wanted to bowl first but toss is never in your control. I lost it and the West Indies, like any other team, would have done, sent us into bat.

“We always expected it to be a hard game. We were ready for a barrage of short pitch balls and had prepared for it. But, we lost too many wickets up front that pegged us back.”