Government Announces Revised Hajj Policy for 2024, Reduces Cost by Rs 100,000

The federal government has disclosed the Hajj policy for the upcoming year, implementing a substantial reduction of one hundred thousand rupees in the cost of Hajj. In a comprehensive video, the spokesperson for the Ministry of Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony addressed various queries, advising potential pilgrims to regularly check the ministry’s website and social … Read more

Nausheen Shah Advocates Redirecting Javed Afridi’s Rs150 Million Donation to Palestinians

Actress Nausheen Shah, in response to reports of a Rs150 million donation by Javed Afridi, Chairman of Peshawar Zalmi and Haier Group CEO, shared her thoughts on Instagram. She acknowledged Afridi’s gesture but called for redirecting the funds to Palestinians and Afghans, underlining their urgent requirements. The Rs150 million donation drew a subdued response from … Read more

Caretaker Government Confirms Financial Adviser Appointment for PIA Privatization

The consortium led by Ernst & Young has emerged as the successful bidder, according to an official announcement on Friday. The Privatization Board, chaired by Federal Minister for Privatization Fawad Hasan Fawad, officially appointed a financial adviser to oversee the privatization of the state-owned Pakistan International Airlines (PIA). Acknowledging the transparency of the selection process, … Read more

Tragic Explosion Claims Lives of Two Brothers in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa

In the Lakki Marwat district of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, a tragic explosion claimed the lives of two brothers. According to Express News, it was reportedly due to an improvised explosive device (IED). Saeed Zaman and Aman, the deceased individuals, were identified as the victims. The tragedy included a five-year-old child and his elder brother, aged 17, while … Read more

Pakistan Orders Authorities Not to Arrest Afghan Asylum Seekers

The government has instructed authorities not to detain Afghans awaiting relocation to the United States, even as it intensifies efforts to curb illegal migration. Over 180,000 individuals have returned to Afghanistan after Pakistan ordered 1.7 million Afghans living there illegally to leave or face deportation, according to border officials. Several Western countries are still in … Read more