Today’s top Pakistan current affairs October 24,2020 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.
- Eight killed, several injured in Jhelum road accident. At least five people were killed and several others sustained injuries when a dumper collided with a passenger van at Gharibwal village of Jhelum district here on Saturday
- Pakistan strongly condemns terrorist attack in Afghanistan. Pakistan on Saturday strongly condemned the ‘inhuman terrorist attack’ outside an educational center in Dasht-e-Barchi area of Kabul city that resulted in the loss of innocent lives including children and injuries to many others
- At least 13 killed in suicide bombing at Kabul education centre. A suicide bombing on Saturday at an education centre in Afghanistan’s capital Kabul killed at least 13 people and wounded dozens, officials said.
- LPG price goes up by Rs10 per kg. The prices of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) has been increased by Rs10 to Rs130 per kilogram in the domestic market
- Mild earthquake hits Swabi, adjoining areas. A moderate intensity earthquake on Saturday jolted Swabi and adjoining areas in Mardan district
- Have a little bit of patience, Pakistan will emerge as powerful country, PM tells people. Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Saturday that people should have a little bit of patience to see Pakistan emerge as a powerful country in the comity of nations.
- British-Pakistani author wins Brain of the Year trophy. Renowned author Arif Anis has been awarded the coveted Brain of the Year 2020 by the world-famous Brain Trust UK.
- Karachi ready to host remaining PSL-5 matches: CM Murad. Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah said on Saturday Sindh government is ready to hold Pakistan Super League 5 (PSL-5) remaining four matches, originally scheduled in Lahore
- Polluted air forces PCB to shift Zimbabwe T20s from Lahore. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has shifted its three T20s against Zimbabwe next month to Rawalpindi because of increasing air pollution in Lahore.