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9 November 2019 Current Affair Pakistan for Competitive Exams – Daily Current Affairs 2019 Online

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  • ‘This is the beginning’: PM Imran inaugurates Kartarpur Corridor on historic day Navjot Sidhu heaps praise on PM Imran for taking the step to build the Corridor “without looking at gains or losses”.
  • ‘Travesty of justice’: Pakistani politicians, civil society react to Ayodhya verdict Politicians and journalists question merit and timing of the ruling by the Supreme Court of India.
  • India’s SC says temple to be built on disputed Ayodhya site, alternative land to be provided for mosque The demolition of Babri Mosque in 1992 was a violation of law, says bench.
  • Sikh pilgrims from Canada, Australia visit Hassanabdal Sikhs in India have waited for 70 years for consensus on the Kartarpur border crossing, says pilgrim.
  • 1.2m patients denied treatment during strike in Punjab’ Govt seeks action against 65 PG trainees; drafting new rotation policy to transfer senior medics from Lahore.
  • Action against protesting health employees in KP begins Govt relieves three of duty, orders stipend deduction for 28 trainee medics.
  • Moody’s cuts India’s outlook to negative The cut in outlook partly reflected government and policy ineffectiveness in addressing economic weakness, says Moody’s.
  • China to establish 19 factories in Gwadar: envoy Chinese envoy denies speculations regarding China’s lack of interest in development projects in Balochistan.
  • Judges are ‘independent and yet dependent’: Justice Mansoor SC judges note absence of attendants from courtroom.
  • Migrants from Pakistan prefer jails abroad to returning home, moot told “They are mostly asylum seekers who have torn up their passports,” says foreign ministry’s official.
  • Our ghost mathematicians Ghost teachers in Pakistani rural schools are common enough but few know of our ghost mathematicians.
  • Public toilet finder app to be launched in KP App aims to help people, especially tourists, find public toilets across KP.
  • Three committees constituted for restructuring FBR FBR chairman has tasked the committees to submit their recommendations by Nov 18.
  • Hong Kong pro-democracy lawmakers arrested as tensions soar They face up to a year in jail if convicted.
  • Pakistan lost more than just T20 matches in Australia This has been an absolute nightmare of a year for the world’s top-ranked side in the format, with just one win all year.

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