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  • Sadiqabad train collision death toll rises to 16; 84 injured Minister for Railways Sheikh Rashid says accident appears to have occurred due to human negligence.
  • Seven coaches get detached from running express train Sudden breaking of joining rod cited as the cause of the incident.
  • 11 killed, 46 injured in bus accident on Peshawar-Islamabad motorway The bus went out of the driver’s control when he was overtaking a trailer, police say; driver in custody.
  • In Karachi, PM rebuffs traders’ concerns, invites textile producers for detailed talks Auto sector demands find little traction, builders bemoan property valuations.
  • Opposition’s Rehbar Committee announces Mir Hasil Bizenjo as candidate for Senate chairman Decision has been taken by members of opposition parties during a meeting of the committee.
  • Maryam releases more video clips of alleged meeting between accountability judge, PML-N rep PML-N leader claims videos show Nasir Butt being escorted by judge’s car and welcomed to the judge’s residence.
  • Twin cities’ traders to join other cities in shutter-down strike Support for July 13 strike call has been extended by traders from major cities.
  • Twitter moves to curb religious insults Twitter says it will take down “dehumanising language” that targets specific religious groups.
  • ‘FIA airport staff involved in stealing passengers’ data’ Senate committee on IT briefed on the theft of data used to register mobile phones.
  • FBR proposes online system for importers The proposed procedures will only be finalised after getting feedback from all stakeholders.
  • IMF blames PML-N, PTI for inadequate policies Fund’s staff report on $6bn bailout highlights risks to reform programme are higher than usual.
  • Rana Sana’s aide tortured after kidnap Rana Sanaullah’s family says the matter will be brought into the notice of Amnesty International.
  • ‘Bigger crime than murder’: SC throws out acquittal plea of acid attacker despite victim’s forgiveness Chief Justice Khosa says there cannot be any compromise in a case concerning an acid attack.
  • Accountability court extends Hamza’s remand till 24th Hamza Shahbaz tells media that PM Imran stands exposed during the first 10 months of his government.
  • Shireen Mazari promises swift action against online trolls targeting women journalists Narrowing gap in the online and offline world means that a virtual threat can become a physical one at any point: CFWIJ
  • SC orders KE to restore power supply of KMC’s head office, parks The SHC extends pre-arrest bail of suspects in ‘Roshan Sindh’ probe.
  • Indian fans miss Atif Aslam and we have proof Indian playback singer Amaal Mallik took to Twitter to share how much he misses Aslam’s voice in B-town.
  • Government unafraid of opposition blackmail: PM Prime Minister Imran Khan says the government has adopted a three-pronged strategy to overcome the economic crisis.
  • Reporters Without Borders slams Pakistan curbs on TV broadcasters The RWB is appalled to learn that three news channels have been suspended at the behest of the authorities.
  • England v Australia: Three key World Cup battles The winner of today’s semi-final will play New Zealand in the World Cup final.
  • England, Australia renew rivalry in Edgbaston World Cup blockbuster For England to advance, Australia must do something they have never done before in last 7 World Cup semi-finals — lose.
  • Important decisions on team management, selectors in a few weeks: PCB chief “All the decisions will be taken while keeping in view Pakistan team’s activities during the next four years.”
  • India’s World Cup exit breaks a billion hearts “We were thinking we will get the World Cup, but how can I say, we are feeling very bad and sad now,” says a fan.
  • Williamson hails NZ pace attack “It was a great start from the bowlers, we knew it would get tougher for us as the innings went on.”
  • ‘What an upset’: Twitterati express disbelief as New Zealand turn tables on India to reach World Cup final “What a thrilling game. This is what you call a CWC semi final.”
  • World Cup talking points from New Zealand’s shock win over India Three things we learned from the Black Caps’ epic upset.

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