Today’s top Pakistan current affairs October 25,2020 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.
- French president hurt sentiments of millions of Muslims: PM Imran Khan. Prime Minister Imran Khan has condemned the publication of blasphemous cartoons to target Islam and Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) in France and said that President Emmanuel Macron attacked and hurt sentiments of millions of Muslims in Europe and across the world
- Pakistan strongly condemns systematic Islamophobic campaign. Pakistan on Sunday strongly condemned the systematic Islamophobic campaign under the garb of freedom of expression
- Turkey’s Erdogan says French leader has ‘lost his way’ in second broadside. Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Sunday Emmanuel Macron had “lost his way”, in his second sharp criticism of the French leader in two days over the treatment of Muslims.
- Pakistan Railways to hand over eight trains to private sector. The Pakistan Railways decided to outsource commercial management of eight passenger trains to the private sector in order to provide better passenger facilitation to the travellers
- CM Punjab Usman Buzdar inaugurates OLMT project. Chief Minister (CM) Punjab Usman Buzdar on Sunday inaugurated the much-awaited Lahore’s Orange Line Metro Train (OLMT)
- Bomb ‘planted on motorcycle’ explodes in Quetta, claims at least four lives. A bomb explosion left at least four people dead and two reportedly sustained injuries in Quetta, the provincial capital of Balochistan, which took place in Hazarganji area in the vicinity of Shalkot police station on Sunday evening
- Punjab Announces Scholarships for Baloch, GB And Ex-FATA Students. The Punjab government has announced 22,000 scholarships for deserving students from Balochistan, Gilgit-Baltistan, and formerly Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA).