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  • PM asks aides to keep channel of dialogue with Fazl open JUI-F chief will not be stopped from staging sit-in.
  • Turkish president to visit Pakistan on 23rd The prime minister says that like always, Pakistan stands in full support and solidarity with Turkey.
  • Arrest warrants issued for Sindh Assembly speaker’s family, others Arrests ordered in connection with a corruption reference; court orders CNIC cards of fugitives to be blocked.
  • Young doctors boycott OPDs in three Rawalpindi hospitals MTI Reforms Act has failed in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, associations president says.
  • Woman follows in footsteps of four sisters, passes CSS exam The Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC) on Thursday announced the results of the written part of the CSS exam.
  • Offence in terrorism cases to remain non-compoundable: SC In its 27-page verdict, apex court spells out guidelines to deal with the offence under Anti-Terrorism Act.
  • PML-N huddle to finalise march strategy today Aurangzeb says there “remains no ambiguity” over PML-N’s participation in the march after Nawaz declared support.
  • Kabul closes its Peshawar consulate to protest flag removal Afghan consul general terms the removal of the flag from the ‘disputed’ property a violation of diplomatic norms.
  • Qureshi says he has no grudge against Tareen, Sarwar The foreign minister says the opposition parties lack consensus over the sit-in in Islamabad.
  • Modi has played his last card by revoking occupied Kashmir’s autonomy, PM Imran says Imran Khan joins ‘human chain’ event held to express solidarity with the people living under siege in occupied Kashmir.
  • Auto sector chokes as sales plunge Car sales plunge by 39.4 per cent to 31,107 units compared to 51,221 units in the same period last year.
  • UAE hands over data of Pakistanis given residence permits Dubai authorities yet to provide information about those who have obtained iqama.
  • Stalled CPEC projects to be revived The 7th meeting of CPEC’s Joint Working Group on Transport Infrastructure held.
  • Trade remains suspended at Taftan border for fourth day Protestors’ stress they will continue with the strike as long as their problems are not resolved.
  • After mixed messages, US piles pressure on Turkey Mark Esper accuses Erdogan of taking “impulsive action”.
  • Modi picks up trash from seaside town while hosting Chinese President Xi Jinping “Let us ensure our public places are clean and tidy! Let us also ensure we remain fit and healthy,” says Modi.
  • EU threatens sanctions, arms embargo against Turkey “We will never accept that refugees are weaponised and used to blackmail us,” says European Council president.
  • Man goes on stabbing spree at Manchester shopping centre “The man attacked people around him and we understand five people were injured by him,” says a police chief.
  • US to deploy 3,000 more troops, boost missile defence systems in Saudi Arabia In September, the US announced the deployment of 200 troops as well as Patriot missiles to the kingdom.
  • UN chief calls for ending world’s ‘coal addiction’ to avert climate devastation “Let us make no mistake, we are facing an urgent crisis,” says Guterres.
  • Swat valley’s Mastij Lake is a piece right out of heaven The lake is famous for its serene environment and how it seems to change form when viewed from different angles.
  • Ireland may tour Pakistan soon, says Deutrom ECB chief’s visit to Islamabad, Lahore termed successful.

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