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Pakistan Braces for Three Heat Waves in May and June
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Pakistan Braces for Three Heat Waves in May and June

National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) predicts three scorching heat waves to hit the country in May and June. According to the NDMA, several districts in Sindh and Punjab provinces, including Umarkot, Tharparkar, Bahawalpur, and Rahim Yar Khan, will be most affected. Stay hydrated people! Get ready, Pakistan! Brace yourselves for some serious heat as the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) predicts not one, not two, but three heat waves hitting different cities over the next 25 days. Cities like Bahawalpur, Rahimyar Khan in south Punjab, and Umarkot, Tharparkar, Tando Allahyar, Matiari, and Sanghar in Sindh are on the radar for these scorching heatwaves. Starting from May 15 until the end of the month, the first wave is expected to last for two to three days wit...
Pakistan’s Biggest Hindu Festival Brings Mountains Alive
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Pakistan’s Biggest Hindu Festival Brings Mountains Alive

Preparations are underway in Balochistan for the annual Hinglaj Yatra festival, a three-day pilgrimage expected to draw over 100,000 Hindu devotees. The Hindu festival is considered the largest celebration in Pakistan. It will see worshippers converge on the Hingol National Park to participate in religious rituals and seek blessings at the sacred Hinglaj Mata temple. Over 100,000 Hindu pilgrims are set to embark on a three-day journey to one of their most sacred sites in Pakistan. This Hindu festival is known as the Hinglaj Yatra. The festival transforms the rugged landscape of Hingol National Park in Balochistan province into a vibrant celebration. Despite being a minority in Pakistan, Hindus make up 4.4 million of the population. The ancient cave temple of Hinglaj Mata attracts pi...
Pakistani Couple Passes CSS Exams in Their First Attempt
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Pakistani Couple Passes CSS Exams in Their First Attempt

A Pakistani couple, Dr. Hajra Niaz and her husband, Huzaifa Mughal, passed their CSS exam on their very first attempt.  Dr. Hajra Niaz has been allocated to the Inland Revenue Services, while her husband, Huzaifa Mughal, will serve in the Police Service of Pakistan. They shared this exciting news on social media and expressed gratitude for achieving their dream together.  Success Journey of Pakistani Couple Their journey to success began with a shared dream and determination. Dr. Niaz remembered the early days, recalling how Mughal proposed to her while she was studying in her second year of MBBS. Despite initially focusing on her career goals, Mughal's consistent support and commitment to pursuing their dreams together persuaded her to agree. Dr. Niaz has had a rema...
Court Issues Warrants for Dania and YouTuber Yasir Shami
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Court Issues Warrants for Dania and YouTuber Yasir Shami

The court hearing for the leaked video case involving the late Aamir Liaquat Hussain has seen some developments. Arrest warrants were issued for both Aamir's ex-wife, Dania Shah, and YouTuber Yasir Shami. This case began with a complaint filed by Aamir's daughter against Dania and Yasir, accusing them of leaking private videos. In a recent development, ex-wife Dania Shah and YouTuber Yasir Shami are in hot water over leaked videos of late Pakistani host Dr Aamir Liaquat Hussain. A court in Karachi has issued non-bailable arrest warrants for them. The case revolves around videos of Aamir Liaquat that went viral. Both Dania Shah and Yasir Shami appeared in court after the warrants were issued. Yasir Shami's lawyer informed the court that bail had been approved by the Sessions Court...
Huge Fire Disrupts Immigration Activities at Lahore Airport
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Huge Fire Disrupts Immigration Activities at Lahore Airport

A major fire broke out at Lahore's Allama Iqbal International Airport today, causing significant disruption to immigration activities. The cause of the blaze is yet unknown, and the extent of the damage remains unclear. Passengers arriving at the Lahore airport are experiencing delays, and departing flights may also be affected. A sudden fire erupted at Lahore's Allama Iqbal International Airport, damaging the immigration system and throwing flight schedules into disarray. The blaze, which started in the early hours of Thursday in the Federal Investigation Agency's immigration hall, quickly spread, sending panicked passengers running for safety. The fire at Lahore airport disturbs the initial hajj flights for hundreds of pilgrims. Authorities swiftly evacuated the immigration hall,...