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Cold, dry weather to persist, rain at isolated places

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Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Islamabad Gilgit Baltistan

ISLAMABAD: The Met office Wednesday forecast  cold and dry weather for most parts of the country while light rain (with light snowfall over the hills) is expected at few places in Malakand division, Gilgit-Baltistan, Kashmir and its adjoining hilly areas.

Foggy conditions are likely in plain areas of Punjab and upper Sindh during morning hours.

According to the synoptic situations, a westerly wave is affecting northern parts of the country and may persist till next 24-36 hours.

Scattered rain (with snowfall over the hills) occurred in upper Punjab, upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Islamabad, Gilgit-Baltistan and Kashmir during last 24 hours.

Following rainfalls were recorded in millimeters:

Punjab: Okara 40, Sargodha (City 24, A/P 15), Lahore (A/P 18, city 12), Murree 15, Gujrat 17, Islamabad (Saidpur 11, Z.P 06, IIAP 05, Bokra, Golra 03), Sialkot (A/P 10, City 001), Gujrat 09, Rawalpindi (Shamsabad, Chaklala 05), Mianwali, Chakwal 05, Layyah, Kamra 04, Narowal 03,  Bhakkar 02, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa: Dir (Lower 20, upper 12), Malamjabba,  Saidu Sharif 19, Mirkhani 16, Parachinar 15, Balakot 08, Pattan,   Kalam 07, Drosh 06, Bannu 05, Kakul, Chitral 04, Risalpur 03, Cherat 02, Kashmir: Kotli 20, Muzaffarabad 12, Rawalakot 10,  Garidupatta 06, GB: Bunji 05. Snowfall (Inch): Malamjabba 11, Murree 10, Kalam 06.

Minimum Temperatures were recorded as follow:

Ziarat -13°C, Kalat -11°C, Skardu -09°C, Quetta, Gupis -06°C, Bagrote, Kalam, Astore, Malamjabba -05°C, Murree, Dalbandin -03°C, Zhob, Hunza, Drosh, Parachinar -02°C, Nukkundi, Rawalakot, Chillas -01°C,Islamabad 04C, Peshawar 08C, Lahore 05C.

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Iran says US sanctions rupture ‘path to diplomacy’

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Iran says US sanctions rupture path to diplomacy

TEHRAN: US sanctions against Iranian leaders represent the “permanent closure” of the path to diplomacy with Washington, Iran’s foreign ministry said on Tuesday.

“Imposing fruitless sanctions against Iran’s supreme leader (Ayatollah Ali Khamenei) and the commander of Iran’s diplomacy (Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif) is the permanent closure of the path to diplomacy with Trump’s desperate government,” ministry spokesman Abbas Mousavi said in a tweet.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Accountability court acquits PTI’s Babar Awan

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Babar Awan

ISLAMABAD: PTI’s leader Babar Awan has been acquitted by an accountability court here today in Nandipur PP corruption reference. 

It is pertinent to mention here that the accountability court has not entertained the acquittal appeal of Ex-PM Raja Pervez Ashraf.

One may recall that last year NAB had filed a case accusing Babar Awan, Raja Pervez Ashraf and many others. The charges included causing losses worth billions of rupees to the national exchequer by means of delay according approval to the in Nandipur PP project.

 

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COAS General Bajwa meets UK’s NSA, Defence Secretary

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LONDON: Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited UK’s Ministry of Defence  and interacted with UK’s National Security Adviser, Sir Mark Sedwill and Secretary Defence, Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). 

Director General ISPR Major General Asif Ghafoor said in a tweet that the meeting discussed the regional situation including Afghan Peace Process. Both dignitaries acknowledged Pakistan’s contributions towards regional peace.

Bajwa, who is visiting Britain, held a session of delegation level strategic dialogue between Pakistan and the United Kingdom (UK) militaries to discuss geo-strategic environment and bilateral military cooperation.

 

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