Today’s important Pakistan Current Affairs 3rd November 2018. These are top news which will be helpful for aspirants in preparation of NTS, PPSC, CSS, FPSC, KPPSC, SPSC, BPSC, OTS, PTS and All other Govt Jobs & exams.
- Maulana Samiul Haq laid to rest, domestic staff interrogated in connection with his murder. Politician and religious scholar buried in his hometown of Akora Khattak after funeral prayers.
- Citizens seek damages, file legal complaints against TLP protests. Minister for Communications Murad Saeed vows to bring to justice miscreants who “damaged public, private property”.
- China to ‘firmly move forward’ on infrastructure projects. China and Pakistan sign 15 MoUs for cooperation in various fields.
- Asia Bibi’s lawyer leaves Pakistan citing threats to his life. “In the current scenario, it’s not possible for me to live in Pakistan,” he says.
- TLP reaches agreement with govt, tells workers to disperse after 3 days of violent protests. Under five-point agreement, government will initiate process to place Aasia’s name on ECL.
- ‘Consultation under way on uniform education system; meeting on 12th’. Federal Education Minister says PTI is working to introduce a uniform education system in the country.
- Sri Lanka court orders arrest of military chief. Court orders his arrest over the abduction and murder of 11 people during the Tamil civil war.
- Japan cabinet approves bill to accept foreign workers. Abe insists new policy does not represent a wholesale overhaul of the country’s strict immigration policy.
- Seven killed in attack on bus carrying Egyptian Christians. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the shooting.
- Russia invites Afghan leaders for talks with Taliban, angering Kabul. Afghan govt officials say the move will complicate ongoing peace process.
- Govt rejects demand for linking CNICs with financial system. Asia/Pacific Group proposes linking financial system to CNIC in order to curb money laundering and terror financing.
- SC accepts appeals against acquittal of 74 convicts by PHC. Apex court has stayed the release of the alleged terrorists, until a written order is issued.
- US reimposes all Iran sanctions lifted under nuclear deal. The sanctions, which will take effect on Monday, cover Iran’s shipping, financial and energy sectors.