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Monday, July 22, 2019 | Today's Paper

Lasbela hit by gastro outbreak

By Editorial

July 20, 2019 – 7:15 am

Chief Minister Balochistan Jam Kamal Khan Aliyani has declared emergency in Lasbela following Gastro outbreak directed Secretary Health to make sure presence of paramedics’ staff. On the directives of CM Jam Kamal an emergency respond coordinating cell has been established in the district Lasbela while DG Health has been directed to send special team of doctors to treat people effected by gastro outbreak.


ICJ judgment in Jadhav Case

By Editorial

July 20, 2019 – 7:00 am

The verdict of ICJ was announced in Kalbhushan Jadhav case and Pakistan benefited the most out of it. India just won the consular access for Jadhav whereas lost in all the other points. Long story short, ‘Jadhav won’t be leaving Pakistan’. ICJ rejected Pakistan’s contention regarding inadmissibility of India’s application at the ICJ on grounds of India’s abuse of process, abuse of rights and unlawful conduct.


Pakistan-Qatar ties

By Editorial

July 19, 2019 – 7:00 am

Emir Qatar’s Pakistan visit was brief but it has a wider historical and futuristic context and potential for a long term relationship. Emerging relations of Qatar and Pakistan are expected to benefit both countries in the field of trade and strategic relations.


Death traps for poor miners

By Editorial

July 18, 2019 – 7:00 am

Nine miners were killed and two others rescued nearly two days after an underground fire trapped them in a coalmine in Quetta.


Blocking road to meet the demands

By Editorial

July 17, 2019 – 7:00 am

Quetta city is under effective siege from the protesting teacher in favor of demands while criticized government for lack of interest. During the agitation, they are taking stern action against the innocent and law abiding people instead of the Government and its machinery. Siege of Quetta or blockade of main arteries of this provincial Capital is illegal and immoral as the protesters are exceeding their constitutional limit to confine their protest in admissible limits without disturbing the normal city life.