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13 July 2019 Current Affair Pakistan for Competitive Exams – Daily Current Affairs 2019 Online

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  • Traders call for nationwide strike today The first big test of the PTI government and its budget could shape up today.
  • ‘Pakistani mafia’ uses bribes, blackmail to pressurise judiciary to protect their laundered money: PM Maryam responds to PM, alleges he is part of mafia that “pressurises judges into targeting” his political opponents.
  • Afghanistan, Pakistan resume transit trade talks Talks had collapsed in September 2015 after Kabul insisted on including India in transit treaty negotiations.
  • Honda halts production in Pakistan, Indus to follow Honda had kept its plant closed for two days earlier last week.
  • Opposition strikes back If Hasil Bizenjo is indeed elected Senate chairman, it would be a very significant development.
  • Strategy finalised to bring all sectors in tax net: FBR chief District admin across the country ordered to act against those who have increased prices of edibles.
  • Fazl demands Nawaz’s release after video leak Says those detained by NAB are political prisoners.
  • Shahbaz skips NAB appearance “Mr Sharif couldn’t appear before the NAB as he was not well,” says PML-N spokesperson.
  • Shamshad Akhtar may join cabinet as special assistant Former SBP governor attends important BoI meeting presided over by prime minister.
  • Drugs ‘planted’ in Rana’s car, opposition senators claim “Why would a politician and a former law minister be carrying drugs with him and that too in such huge quantities?”
  • ‘Water express’ delivers emergency supplies to drought-hit Chennai The wagons were hauled by a special locomotive carrying a “Drinking Water for Chennai” banner on its front.
  • 3,938 missing persons traced, claims commission The commission headed by retired Justice Javed Iqbal disposed of 3,938 cases out of a total of 6,156 by June 30.
  • Chinese firms to invest $5bn in 3-5 years, PM told 35-member Chinese business delegation meets Imran
  • US, Russia, China recognise Pakistan’s role in Afghan peace process The major diplomatic recognition comes days before PM Imran’s visit to Washington on 22nd.
  • PML-N urges Supreme Court to annul verdict against Nawaz Seeks release of ex-prime minister on the basis of judge’s removal.
  • AG explains to SJC why govt filed references against judges Attorney General Anwar Mansoor also furnished a reply on behalf of the govt to rebut the stand taken by Justice Isa.
  • Axe falls on judge over video leak Judge Malik claims that Nasir Butt and Nasir Janjua used the manipulated immoral video to blackmail him time and again.
  • Pakistan, India commence Track-II dialogue The dialogue has been titled ‘Beyond Politics and Polemics New Beginning on a Difficult Trail’.
  • 37 countries defend China over Xinjiang in UN letter Russia, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Algeria, North Korea and other countries reply on Beijing’s behalf.
  • Pakistan joins US-led call for Afghan ceasefire, talks Countries call for direct negotiations between Taliban, Ghani government and other Afghans to make “peace framework”.
  • Pakistan win the cricket world cup — but not the one you think Pakistani lawmakers fare better than their counterparts from 6 countries to win the first Inter-Parliamentary World Cup.
  • ‘New Zealand ready for long night of final’ Neither New Zealand nor England have won the World Cup before.
  • Twenty20 sensation Rashid Khan named Afghan cricket captain Rashid Khan expresses hopes for the team’s future.
  • Federer downs Nadal to set up Djokovic duel for Wimbledon title The 37-year-old won 7-6 (7/3), 1-6, 6-3, 6-4 in the pair’s 40th career meeting; will face off against Novak Djokovic.

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