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Sharmila Farooqi terms Nadia Khan as ‘Shameless Woman’; to take legal action against him

Nadia Khan’s treatment of Sharmila Farooqi’s mother has sparked outrage on social media

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Sharmila Farooqi terms Nadia Khan as ‘Shameless Woman’; to take legal action against him
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PPP leader Sharmila Farooqi has threatened to take legal action against prominent broadcaster Nadia Khan for derogatory remarks on her mother. 

According to the reports, Nadia Khan’s treatment of Sharmila Farooqi’s mother has sparked outrage on social media.

Nadia Khan posted a video titled Out style on her YouTube account. The video also featured Anisa Farooqi, Sharmila Farooqi’s mother, with Nadia Khan. That ill-mannered host was attempting to satirise her by complimenting her make-up look.

Soon after, the video went viral, and a slew of memes arose in response. Sharmila Farooqi has now spoken out about this heinous crime. She is deeply insulted by Nadia Khan’s move and has labelled her a “Shameless Woman.” Sharmila didn’t stop there; she also stated that she will take legal action against her. Her snarky remarks have gotten her into a lot of trouble.

People who previously chastised her for her foolishness are now supporting Sharmila’s position. People believe that Nadia Khan is not someone who would humiliate or offend anyone. Despite knowing that Anisa Farooqi has some mental challenges, she went forward with this prank, and she is being chastised for it. This is precisely what she deserves. Nadia Khan has always failed terribly as a performer, and she tried again this time. If you haven’t already seen the video, click the link below.

 
 
 
 
 
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There are the remarks of social media users who agree with Sharmila Farooqi and want to drag her to court. Nadia Khan has literally pushed the boundaries of what it means to be an entertainer. She has literally gotten herself engaged in a major problem. Let’s have a look at what the general population has to say about this.

Faisal Waqas

Faisal Waqas is a passionate journalist who has eight years of diversified experience in print, electronic and digital media. He has previously worked with other renowned private TV channels as well as English Newspaper and now associated with GNN as Senior Content Writer. Faisal has graduated from the University of Punjab and earned his M.Phil degree in Mass Communication from Superior University of Lahore.

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Balochistan set to hold local government elections tomorrow

Over 2,000 polling stations declared extremely sensitive

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Balochistan set to hold local government elections tomorrow

Quetta: Balochistan is all set to hold local government elections in 32 districts on May 29 (Sunday) amid tight security arrangements.

According to details, the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has declared over 2,000 polling stations sensitive and the provincial government has enhanced security to avert any untoward incident during polling.

In Balochistan, a total of 17,774 candidates are contesting the LG elections. Chief Minister Balochistan, Mir Quddus Bizenjo ordered the release of Rs600 million to meet the expenses of the elections including logistics expenditures of the election staff and law enforcement agencies.

According to Provincial Election Commission, the total number of registered voters in the 32 districts is 3,552,398 with over 2,000,000 male voters and 1,546,124 female voters.

The ECP has set up 13,533 polling booths in 5,624 polling stations across 32 districts. Election results will be announced on June 2.

The voters will exercise their votes for seven Municipal Corporations, 49 Municipal Committees, and 838 Union Councils in these districts. There are 6,259 wards including 5,345 rural and 914 urban.

On the other hand, a special security plan was made to ensure peaceful and smooth polling.

Besides, 45,438 security personnel — including members of the police, Levies, Anti-Terrorist Force and Frontier Corps (FC) — will be deployed in and around polling stations. Army troops along with FC personnel would be deployed at all tentative polling stations.

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PM Shehbaz Sharif resolves to transform Pakistan into an economic power

"We are resolved to turn it into an economic power"

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PM Shehbaz Sharif resolves to transform Pakistan into an economic power

Islamabad: Prime Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif on Saturday reiterated his resolve to transform Pakistan into ‘an economic power’.

On his Twitter handle, the prime minister referring to Youm-e-Takbir, being celebrated today in the country, said in the year 1998, the then prime minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, in a bold show of leadership, rejected all the pressures and inducements and made Pakistan a nuclear power.

“Today in 1998, PM Nawaz Sharif rejected pressures & inducements in a bold show of leadership & made Pakistan nuclear power of the world. Now we are resolved to turn it into an economic power. My gratitude to all those who helped make our defense invincible. Youm-e-Takbir Mubarak,” he said in a tweet.

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7 Indian troops perish in accident near disputed border with China

The incident happened early Friday when a vehicle carrying the soldiers skidded off the road and plunged about 50 feet into the Shyok River

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7 Indian troops perish in accident near disputed border with China

At least seven Indian soldiers were killed and 19 others injured in a road accident in the remote Ladakh region, close to the country's disputed border with China, police said on Friday.

The world's two most populous nations redirected tens of thousands of additional troops into the high-altitude Himalayan region after a deadly hand-to-hand battle in June 2020 left at least 20 Indian and four Chinese soldiers dead.

“Seven soldiers killed, 19 injured in the remote Nubra area,” a senior police officer in Ladakh told AFP.

The incident happened early Friday when a vehicle carrying the soldiers for deployment close to the contested frontier skidded off the road and plunged about 15 metres (50 feet) into the Shyok River, according to the official.

“Anguished by the bus accident in Ladakh in which we have lost our brave army personnel,” India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted.

“My thoughts are with the bereaved families. I hope those injured recover at the earliest. All possible assistance is being given to the affected.”

India and China, after fighting a full-scale border war in 1962, have long accused each other of trying to seize territory along their unofficial divide, which is known as the Line of Actual Control (LAC).

Relations have soured dramatically since a June 2020 clash along one section between Ladakh and Tibet.

Both sides have since reinforced the region with extra soldiers, military hardware and new infrastructure as multiple rounds of military and diplomatic talks have failed to de-escalate tensions.

SOURCE: AFP

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