Swat [Pakistan], November 28 (ANI): The residents of Gumbad Maira, Malookabad, Shahdara Watkey and the adjoining localities have threatened to stage protests if the prolonged gas outages did not end without delay, reported Dawn.
Islamabad [Pakistan], November 28 (ANI): Baffled by protests against his government, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday said he would not give permission to the political parties to hold anti-government rallies in Multan and other cities due to spread of Covid-19.
Gilgit Baltistan [PoK], November 28 (ANI): Political activist Baba Jan, who was released on Friday after a decade of unlawful imprisonment by Pakistani authorities, thanked people of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir and rights activists for holding protests for his release and said he would have been still in jail if people did not "fight" for him.
Amsterdam [Netherlands], November 28 (ANI): The international community's failure to nail Pakistan for Mumbai terror attacks even after the 12 years is "highly unacceptable," according to an European think tank, which said the Pakistani military establishment, was "eminently culpable" in the 26/11 attacks and has ensured that the trials into the attacks never really moved forward.
Christchurch [New Zealand], November 28 (ANI): A seventh member of the Pakistan touring squad has tested positive for coronavirus days after six members reported positive, New Zealand's Ministry of Health said in a statement on Saturday.
Clouds over Pakistan's tour of New Zealand have gotten even darker after the seventh Pakistan cricketer tested positive for COVID-19 virus. The Babar Azam-led team who arrived in New Zealand only four days ago already received a 'final warning' from the New Zealand government for breaching the quarantine norms.
Islamabad [Pakistan], November 28 (ANI): Pakistan Muslim Leauge Nawaz Secretary Information Marriyum Aurangzeb on Friday hit out at Prime Minister Imran Khan saying that he and his accountability adviser Shahzad Akbar have an "inferior mentality" as they have to keep politicising sensitive issues like health and death.
Kathmandu [Nepal], November 28 (ANI): A Candlelight march was held on Friday today outside the Pakistan mission in Kathmandu by around 40 participants on the 12-year anniversary of the Mumbai Terror attacks of 2008 in which more than 160 people lost their lives.