Current Affairs

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

Download PDF file of today’s important Pakistan Current Affairs 13 September 2019. These are top latest breaking news about pakistan which will be helpful for  aspirants in test preparation of current affairs, pakistan affairs mcqs for GK, NTS, PPSC, CSS, FPSC, KPPSC, SPSC, BPSC, OTS, PTS and All other Govt Jobs & exams.

One Liner

  • At Muzaffarabad rally, PM Imran calls out ‘coward’ Modi for oppressing occupied Kashmir residents Imran Khan tells mammoth gathering he will raise Kashmir issue on every international platform, including UNGA.
  • PML-N slams proposal to give Karachi in Centre’s administrative control “We strongly condemn this approach and categorically reject any such proposal,” says Mohammad Zubair.
  • Monetary policy on Monday The financial sector expects a cut in the policy rate.
  • Auto sales plunge in a slowing economy In August, total car sales lowered to 9,126 units versus 15,389 in the same month last year.
  • Govt to revamp Sarmaya board Abdul Hafeez Shaikh stresses that immediate attention is required to contain the losses in a number of SOEs.
  • Trade deficit falls sharply by 38pc in July-August Imports plummet despite paltry growth in exports proceeds.
  • Shahbaz Gill resigns as Punjab CM’s spokesperson News comes after Gill tweeted on Friday afternoon that he had taken an “important decision” today.
  • Qureshi issues stern warning to PPP, cautions against stoking ethnic nationalism FM Qureshi tells MNAs from Sindh that they have nothing to fear; the province is an important unit of the country.
  • SC may hear pleas challenging references against judges on 17th In all, the top court of the country is seized with six different petitions on the same subject.
  • Senators get briefing on HR violations in India-held Kashmir Displeased by absence of foreign secretary, chair demands another briefing at next meeting.
  • Supreme Court orders private schools to increase fee using 2017 level as baseline Three-member bench strikes down any increase in fee charged by private schools since 2017.
  • Kashmir requires immediate intervention of UN, world powers: PM Imran In interview with Russian broadcaster, premier says he fears situation in occupied Kashmir could spiral out of control.
  • PPP, PTI leaders wrangle over implications of Article 149 “The prime minister ought to think twice about its implications,” says Sindh Energy Minister Imtiaz Ahmad Shaikh.
  • Child rescued after kidnappers sold him to woman Crime Investigation Agency (CIA) police trace the suspects with the help of CCTV cameras of the Safe City Authority.
  • 11 Adiala jail officials suspended after sexual assault allegation Jail superintendent and deputy superintendent have also been asked to explain why they didn’t look into the allegations.
  • Khasadar, Levies personnel brought under police command Provincial assembly legislates amid opposition uproar.
  • PML-Q again lends support to struggling Buzdar “We are with you and will remain so,” Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi tells Buzdar.
  • PM commends 58 countries, EU over Kashmir cause In an exclusive interview with RT News, PM Imran criticises US for blaming Pakistan for its own setbacks in Afghanistan
  • JPP slams beheading of Pakistani prisoner in S. Arabia Saudi Arabia has 3,400 Pakistani prisoners and has executed at least 26 of them this year, including a woman.
  • Pakistan Army soldier martyred in cross-LoC firing by Indian troops: ISPR Sepoy Ghulam Rasool was martyred after Indian troops resorted to “unprovoked” firing in Hajipir sector, says ISPR.
  • Karachi Mayor has taken back notice over Clifton park, says forester Shahzad Qureshi Mayor Wasim Akhtar met with forest chief Shahzad Qureshi at the park and planted a tree to extend an olive branch.
  • President violated constitution, ECP argues before IHC Opposition parties condemn reported government move to file reference against chief election commissioner.
  • Mobilising domestic tax revenue is key element of IMF’s Pakistan programme: spokesperson Gerry Rice says IMF’s managing director had emphasised this in an earlier meeting with Prime Minister Imran Khan.
  • Biden fights off rivals in Democratic 2020 debate “Our country will go to hell if any of these people get in,” Trump warns about Sanders, Warren and Biden.
  • Lawmaker urges US govt to press India over situation in occupied Kashmir “It is very much a matter for the administration and the administration has to take it more seriously,” says Tim Kaine.
  • Opposition accuses Johnson of lying to Queen over Brexit Parliament was prorogued, or suspended, on Monday until October 14.
  • Pakistan wants US-Taliban talks resumed Envoy tells UNSC that Islamabad remains committed to the safe, dignified and voluntary repatriation of refugees.
  • Sarfaraz Ahmed to continue as skipper, Babar Azam named vice-captain for Sri Lanka series “I am hopeful the trio of Misbah, Sarfaraz and Babar will do well for Pakistan cricket,” says PCB Chairman Ehsan Mani.
  • New domestic structure to increase competition, encourage players: Sarfaraz “Boys will work hard and invest their 100 per cent in order to make it to the provincial teams,” says skipper.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Close
Close