PCB and ECB both allowed Shoaib Malik to join the tour late

On Saturday, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced that the experienced all-rounder Shoaib Malik is being allowed to join the Pakistan squad touring England a bit late, because Malik wants to meet and spent some time with his family as he sadly has not met with them since last 5 months due to flight restriction reasoning the COVID-19 Pandemic. His wife star tennis player Sania Miza and son Izhaan have been in India due to the ban of international flights amidst the pandemic while Malik got stuck in Sialkot, Pakistan. PCB…

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Saudi Arabia is going to lift the curfew and restarting the life at the kingdom

As per the Saturday Saudi Press Agency’s report, curfew will be lifted up from all over the kingdom, initiating the lift up from 6am tomorrow 21st of June on Sunday On the recommendation by health authorities, the kingdom will get back to the normal routine and will allow resuming all socio-economic and commercial activities assuring the all the preventive and precautionary measures. Though, visits, umrah and international flights with both entry and exits across the land and sea border will remained suspended until any further notice The ministry has called…

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From Sunday Saudi Arabia is targeting to reopen the mosques of Makkah

RIYADH: State television reported that the authorities of Saudi Arabia are targeting to reopen the mosques of Makkah after the disturbing 3 months lockdown due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Particularly in Makkah the authorities has implemented and regulated strict measures, but still there is a prominent increase in the cases of COVID-19 in recent days. Al-Akhbariya Channel (managed by government) reported by quoting the decision made by Islamic Affairs ministry that “The believers will be able to pray once the mosque in the holy city will be reopened from Sunday…

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Karachi BRT may now get completed as a new loan agreement has been signed between Government and Asian Development Bank

A $235 million load agreement has been signed between Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Pakistan, it was approved back on 5th of July 2019, to assist in developing a bus rapid transit (BRT) system in Karachi According to the statement issued by ADB on Saturday, Secretary of Economics Division Noor Ahmed and Country Director of ADB Xiaohong Yang had placed their signatures on the said agreement yesterday. The statement read, “The project will help deliver the 26.6 km BRT Red Line corridor and attribute innovative energy a climate protective distinctiveness…

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Curfew of a limited scale imposed in Turkey due to entrance exam of High School

Due to high school entrance exams to be conducted between 9:30am and 3:00pm, Turkey has imposed strict restriction on going out today. For the conduction of university entrance exams in the coming week, Turkey is going to impose another limited curfew. Interior Ministry released on June 18 that on 27th and 28th of June between 9:30am-3pm and 9:30am-6:30pm respectively there will also be a lockdown imposed As per need public transportation will be facilitated with increased services as municipalities are making sure to take care of all the preventive measures,…

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