[Current Affairs] 27th November, 2021 Top Pakistan Current Affairs for PPSC Test Preparation

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Today’s top Pakistan current affairs 27th November 2021 with download link available in pdf. These are the latest breaking news about Pakistan which will be helpful for aspirants in test preparation of current affairs, Pakistan affairs, General knowledge for NTS, PPSC, CSS, FPSC, KPPSC, SPSC, BPSC, AJKPSC, OTS, PTS, and other Govt Jobs, exams & MDCAT, ECAT Entry test preparation.

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  • Covid-19 claims another life in Rawalpindi, 16 new infections in 24 hours
    One more patient had died while 16 others were diagnosed with fatal corona-virus during the last 24 hours, raising the tally of confirmed cases to 39,255 in the district.
  • Pakistan to send life-saving drugs to Afghanistan after visiting delegation’s request
    Afghan delegation requests life-saving drugs on emergency footing, training of technicians, nurses, paramedics.
  • IDWP approves two projects for Islamabad Police. Islamabad Development Working Party on Saturday approved two projects for Islamabad Police which would help in further improving the security situation in the federal capital.
  • School teachers to resist putting schools under Mayor’s control FDE staff terms move as an attempt to end their ‘civil servant’ identity. Teachers and the staff of the Federal Directorate of Education have shown strong reservations to the federal government’s plan of placing school education in Islamabad under the administrative control of the elected mayor (yet to be elected).
  • England’s Michael Vaughan says sorry to Azeem Rafiq but denies racism LONDON: Former England captain Michael Vaughan denied making a racist remark when he was skipper of Yorkshire but told the BBC on Saturday he apologises to his accuser ex-team-mate Azeem Rafiq if he was “responsible for any of his hurt”.
  • Hockey Junior World Cup Rizwan steers Pakistan to a 3-1 victory over Egypt in Bhubaneswar LAHORE: Rizwan Ali scored all three goals in Pakistan’s 3-1 win over Egypt in their Men’s Junior World Cup group match held in India’s Bhubaneswar on Saturday.
  • ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup Qualifier 2021 called off LAHORE: The International Cricket Council on Saturday announced that the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup Qualifier 2021 in Harare had been called off due to the introduction of travel restrictions from a number of African countries, including the host country Zimbabwe, following the breakout of a new COVID-19 variant in Southern Africa.
  • Central Punjab’s Junaid Ali was banned for three matches KARACHI: Central Punjab’s wicketkeeper Junaid Ali has been banned for three matches for a level 3 offence for attempting to take unfair advantage during the sixth-round Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2021-22 match against Southern Punjab at the State Bank of Pakistan Stadium.
  • Pakistani jewellery, gemstones gaining a foothold in China SHANGHAI: Pakistan’s jewellery has entered China for years, and the reasonable price has always been one of the main selling points. Now, by building brands and improving design and service, Pakist.

 

Spotlight by The NewsRun

 

1. COVID-19 IN PAKISTAN

  • 24-hour recap: Pakistan reported 363 cases and 13 deaths in 24 hours. Pakistan also conducted 41,240 tests in the span of 24 hours (P.S. this data was last updated on November 25 at 8:09 am).

2. Citizens rush to petrol stations ahead of strike

What’s going on? There are reports of traffic jams in major cities (e.g. Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Rawalpindi), and long lines at petrol stations. Citizens were rushing to put fuel in their vehicles before the Pakistan Petroleum Dealers Association (PPDA) launched a nationwide strike. Starting today at 6:00 am local time, fuel stations around the country are expected to remain closed.

The details: The PPDA announced a nationwide strike and the closure of fuel stations after accusing the government of failing to increase profit margins for petroleum dealers. According to the PPDA, the government agreed to raise the profit margin three years ago, but still hasn’t come through. The head of the PPDA’s Bahawalpur chapter, Muhammad Yaseen, said that only ambulances and Rescue 1122 vehicles would have access to fuel during the strike.

 

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