Author: Fatima Hussain

Pakistan Army killed Five terrorists in North Waziristan: ISPR

Five terrorists were killed during an anti-terror operation in Miranshah, North Waziristan, ISPR said on Monday. “Terrorists administered fire raid on security forces check post, 10 kilometres west of Miranshah in North Waziristan. Troops effectively engaged the terrorists and killed five of them,” ISPR said. “During the exchange of fireplace, one soldier embraced Shahadat; while three others were injured,” the military’s media wing said. Troops have cordoned off the realm and administered a quest operation,” ISPR added. According to ISPR, Havaldar Akbar Hussain Khan, 43 embraced martyrdom within the exchange of fireplace. he’s survived by his wife and 4...

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FIGC hopes club matches will resume in late May

The Italian football federation (FIGC) said on Friday that club matches should resume “in late May, early June”, saying those advocating cancellation of the season “do not like football or Italians”. The president of the FIGC, Gabriele Gravina, said it might take three weeks to organize after the tip of the coronavirus lockdown within the country, currently scheduled for May 4. “So at the tip of May, early June, we are able to start,” he told Italian radio on Friday. “Those who talk today about cancelling the season don’t like football or Italians, because they remove hope for the...

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Tennis governing bodies take actions to support lower-level professionals

The tennis governing bodies have joined forces to support lower-level professionals who are struggling financially during the sport’s shut down because of the novel coronavirus outbreak. The tennis season was halted in early March because of the pandemic, leaving players within the lower tiers who depend solely on tournament winnings without the possibility to earn a living. The men’s ATP Tour and also the WTA, which runs the women’s circuit, suspended all tournaments until mid-July after countries started locking down borders to contain the spread of the flu-like virus which has infected over two million people. The International Tennis...

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Pietersen will be part of Gladiators in PSL 2021

Former Engl­and batsman Kevin Piete­rsen might be seen in a very prominent role together with his previous franchise Quetta Gladiators within the next edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL 2021). Interacting with a bunch of journalists via video link, Gladiators owner Nadeem Omar said that he had been up-to-date with Pietersen and would rope him certain the following season. Pietersen hadn’t featured in any PSL matches that were played in Pakistan in both the 2017 and 2018 seasons before he retired from the sport. But Nadeem believes matters and perception of Pakistan have changed and earlier this year,...

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Queen Elizabeth cancelled special birthday celebration

Queen Elizabeth has decided to not celebrate her 94th birthday in any special way because the UK battles the coronavirus outbreak. According to Reuters, a people monarch has asked that there be no gun salutes to mark the occasion. The report said she thinks that gun salutes wouldn’t be appropriate while the country battles a deadly coronavirus outbreak. The pandemic has killed quite 14,000 people, – the fifth-highest national toll of a virulent disease linked to a minimum of 150,000 deaths worldwide. Ceremonial gun salutes, during which blank rounds are fired from various locations across London, are typically utilized...

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