Author: Maya Tajammal

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry looking for a house in Los Angeles

After stepping down from their royal duties, Prince William and Meghan Markle shifted to Canada and later moved to L.A. A report in US media suggests that the couple is trying to find a brand new house in L.A. According to a report in TMZ, they’re angling for a multi-million dollar home. The celebrity website, while citing unnamed sources near the couple, reported that the Prince and his wife are looking for a mansion somewhere between $12 million and $18 mil within the super-exclusive and super-expensive Bel-Air area of L.A. According to the publication, the couple had their eye...

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Swedish club Hammarby got another dose of Zlatan fever

Swedish club Hammarby got another dose of ‘Zlatan fever’ on Friday when the AC Milan striker all over again trained with the top-flight Stockholm side within which he owns a stake. The club and their fans would like to see Ibrahimovic, who also trained with the squad on Monday, in their colours but the 38-year-old remained tight-lipped about his future. Sweden’s record international scorer played a full part in training but declined to speak to the media afterwards. Hammarby officials have made no secret of their desire to determine Ibrahimovic within the club’s green and white colours when the...

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PMA has requested CM Sindh to follow CM Punjab

The Pakistan Medical Association (PMA) has requested Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah to shift Covid-19 patients kept in home isolation to government isolation centres to forestall them from becoming carriers of the virus, while also soliciting for benefits for medical staff almost like those announced in Punjab. A PMA delegation met the CM on Saturday, asking him to not transfer coronavirus patients to the isolation centres established at tertiary care hospitals, citing that there was a risk that they might infect the staff and other patients there. Moreover, they requested Shah to announce risk allowances and pay...

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British High Commissioner to Pakistan Christian Turner announced a £2.67 million health package

British diplomatist to Pakistan Christian Turner announced a £2.67 million health package for the country to fight coronavirus — a disease that has killed over 150,000 people worldwide. Pakistan has recorded over 140 deaths but experts have voiced fear that the country of 215 million people could see a rapid and devastating increase thanks to its shortage of medical infrastructure and crowded cities. Turner, during a video message on Twitter, said: “Today the united kingdom is announcing health support of £2.67 million to Pakistan, to detect the virus, protect communities, and assist the foremost affected.” “This is a unprecedented...

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