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Sindh

SHC asked to suspend court work, take up only urgent matters as COVID-19 cases surge
Pakistan

SHC asked to suspend court work, take up only urgent matters as COVID-19 cases surge

  • "I would, therefore, request and urge if the routine court work is suspended and only matters of urgent nature are fixed for hearing so that the Honorable Judges, learned lawyers, court staff as well as litigants are protected from this pandemic," letter by Murtaza Wahab read.
  • During the last 24 hours, Sindh reported 727 new coronavirus cases and six fatalities.
Published 27 Apr, 2021 03:14pm
Sindh govt seeks army's help to enforce coronavirus SOPs
Pakistan

Sindh govt seeks army's help to enforce coronavirus SOPs

  • The Sindh Home Ministry has written a letter to the Interior Ministry, seeking deployment of the military troops in the province under article 245
  • The provincial government took the initiative in wake of increasing COVID infections and deaths
Published 25 Apr, 2021 10:18am
Karachi to experience hot weather spell in coming days
Pakistan

Karachi to experience hot weather spell in coming days

  • Due to change of winds direction from southwest to north or northwest, hot and dry weather will prevail in the port city during next four to five days with maximum temperature likely to remain between 38-40 ºCelsius, said PMD.
    • It also predicted suspension of the sea breeze in daytime, which will add to further soaring of the temperature in the port city.
Published 29 Mar, 2021 01:58pm