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  1. Feroze Khan's video message to express solidarity with fellow actresses
  2. In a few weeks, chicken will become the most expensive meat in Pakistan.
  3. The government has announced reduced hours for markets, cafes and marriage halls.
  4. Severe earthquake shocks in various cities of Punjab including Lahore
  5. Now you can travel to Murree for just Rs. 100


  • Feroze Khan's video message to express solidarity with fellow actresses


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Actor Feroze Khan released a video message on social media expressing solidarity with fellow actresses who are facing allegations by vlogger Adil Raja.


In his video message, Feroze Khan reacted to the allegations leveled against fellow actresses Sajal Ali, Kubra Khan, Mahira Khan and Mehwish Hayat, saying, "I would like to talk about the actresses against whom there are allegations and I would like to talk about myself." I want to talk. . I strongly condemn the allegations leveled against fellow actresses.


In his video message released on social media, Feroze Khan further said that 'I appeal to my supporters and fans to first understand who is guilty and who is innocent and then react to allegations. Whether it is about the person or the person affected by the allegations.


Feroze Khan said that first confirm the news in every case and then react to it.



4 big actresses of Pakistan showbiz Mahira Khan, Sajal Ali, Kubra Khan and Mehwish Hayat have been accused by blogger Adil Raja, after which there has been a stir on social media, while these actresses have also criticized the blogger. Responded. Is



  • In a few weeks, chicken will become the most expensive meat in Pakistan.


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Chicken meat prices touched Rs 650 per kg on Tuesday, with dealers and poultry farmers warning in advance that the relative cheapness of chicken could become a thing of the past, and it could soon become as expensive as beef due to feed shortages. May be.


According to reports, the cost may reach Rs. 800 per kg, practically at par with red meat, as live broiler chicken is selling for up to Rs. 370 per kg in the federal capital.


On the contrary, Pakistan Poultry Association (PPA) and All Pakistan Solvent Extractors Association (APSEA) have vowed that if the management fails to respond to their distress calls and stop both If so, they will strike in Lahore on (tomorrow) Thursday. Industries from being destroyed.


Since October 2022, when customs officials banned GMO soybean supplies from most of the United States (US) and Brazil, prices for chicken products have skyrocketed. Nine shipments have so far been held up at the port due to legal complications. The problem could not be resolved despite the participation of the prominent American ambassador.


The import of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and their derivatives is prohibited in Pakistan, as the country has signed an international treaty banning GMO seeds.


It is important to understand that soybean meal is the main ingredient of poultry feed. Feed mills have been unable to meet rising demand due to shortages caused by 'illegal shipments' in the country. As a result, feed prices have risen dramatically. A 50 kg bag of chicken feed now costs Rs. 7,000, 2,000 in three months after an increase. 


  • The government has announced reduced hours for markets, cafes and marriage halls.


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The federal government has officially decided to close markets, hotels, restaurants and cafes at 8:30 pm and marriage halls at 10 pm. This initiative is expected to save Rs. 62 billion annually.



This was announced by Defense Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif while holding a press conference today. He also announced various cost-cutting measures as the country navigates an uncertain economic path. All these measures are effective immediately.



In the federal cabinet meeting, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif ordered a 30% reduction in the use of electricity in federal government offices and to avoid unnecessary use of electricity. A ban has been imposed on the purchase of defective electrical appliances in government offices.


Manufacturing of defective electric fans will be banned from July 1, 2023. From July 1, additional duty will be levied on the manufacture of defective electric fans. This is expected to save Rs. 15 billion annually.


Manufacturing of incandescent bulbs will be banned from February 1, 2023. From February 1, additional duty will be levied on the manufacture of incandescent bulbs. This is expected to save Rs. 22 billion annually.


The federal government ordered installation of conical baffles in the geyser within a year. This is expected to save Rs. 92 billion. The federal government has also ordered to switch on alternative street lights at night to save Rs 20 crore. 4 billion annually.



The federal government has also ordered to speed up the introduction of e-bikes. Fuel-powered motorcycles use $3 billion worth of gasoline annually. Fuel bikes will be phased out by introducing e-bikes.


The federal government has also launched a comprehensive awareness campaign to encourage citizens to take frugal measures. Pemra will ensure that TV and radio channels run advertisements about this awareness campaign during pre-allocated 10 percent of their commercial time.


Regarding the Work from Home (WFH) policy, the federal government will notify the WFH policy for public sector employees in the next 8-10 days after approval by PM Shehbaz.


The federal government has asked the FBR to publish a separate tax directory of MPs. This will allow citizens to know how much their elected representatives actually pay in taxes.




  • Severe earthquake shocks in various cities of Punjab including Lahore


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Severe earthquake tremors were felt in various cities of Punjab including Lahore.


The magnitude of the earthquake on the Richter scale is 4.1 and the depth is 5 km. The epicenter of the earthquake was recorded 34 km west of Lahore and 12 km west of Sheikhupura.


There are no reports of any damage from the earthquake yet. Earthquake tremors were felt in Sheikhupura, Sharqpur and India including Lahore.

Due to the tremors of the earthquake, people came out of their houses reciting Kalima Tayyaba.


  • Now you can travel to Murree for just Rs. 100


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Capital Development Authority (CDA) has officially launched the shuttle bus service between Islamabad and Murree. The initiative is aimed at providing convenience to the tourists who visit the hill station throughout the year.


According to the details, shuttle service runs from Bhara Kahu to Lower Topa. A bus departs from the terminal every 90 minutes. Each passenger is charged Rs. 100 for a one-way journey.


Children below 12 years of age and citizens above 65 years of age can travel free. Meanwhile, citizens have appreciated the CDA for providing affordable travel facilities.


Speaking in this regard, Chairman CDA Captain (retd) Muhammad Usman Yunus said that the aim of the shuttle service is to reduce traffic on the Murree Expressway during the tourist season.


This is not the first time that a shuttle bus service has been started between Murree and Islamabad. Earlier, the Punjab government had launched a similar initiative in July 2022.


During Eid-ul-Adha last year, the provincial government had run 15 buses between Islamabad and Murree. Tourists were charged Rs. 100 for a one-way ticket a year ago.


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