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Reportedly, mobility trends in retail went down by 65 per cent in Pakistan

Pakistan is in the state of lockdown for over four weeks. The government easing some restrictions recently, saying that if a complete lockdown was extended, poor people would be badly affected. According to reports, titled Covid-19 Community Mobility Report, by Google, the on-going lockdown greatly impacted the mobility trends. In the report,...

PIA fares will be rationalized soon

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The chief chief executive officer of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), Air Marshal Arshad Malik, has promised to ‘rationalize’ its fares, thanks to passengers who complained that they are charging fortunes for special flights. The CEO of the national carrier said that he would look into the assertion of overcharging, which is actually based on high...

SC will now scrutinized Bait-ul-Maal & Zakat funds

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Lack of transparency in distribution of Baitul Mal and Zakat and funds stir the Supreme Court to take the matters of the scrutiny in their hands. The court took the opinion of religious authorities in using the funds - whether to use the funds for administrative purposes like paying salaries and day-to-day expenses, or not.

Is Pakistan ready to face the rising Unemployment caused by COVID-19

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Be it traffic, trade, investment, or finance, everything has been severely disrupted due to the spread of Covid-19, impacting the world economy, resulting in massive reductions in output and, as a result, loss of jobs. The attempt of containing the virus is like contributing to a global recession.  Unemployment is a common challenge facing...

Are Pakistan’s Efforts Justified To Deal With The Worst Of Covid-19

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In Pakistan, the coronavirus confirmed cases reached 1800, Punjab being the highly affected before it was Sindh, but now, Punjab is surging with 682 cases; the number of deaths reported from the disease is 25 while fifty-seven patients have recovered. March 18, 2020, was the deadliest day, as the highest number of...

COVID-19 Is Making More Headlines In The US Than Anywhere Else

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“If we can hold that down, as we're saying to 100,000 , it's a horrible number, maybe even less, but to 100,000, so we have between 100,000 and 200,000, we all together have done a very good job” ...

Make Social Distancing Pleasurable

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If you are also following the demands of your government, you must be reading this cocoon in the comfort of your home, which may feel more than enough, under lockdown, or self-quarantine.  At first, it didn’t feel that boring; you thought you would catch on a few Netflix shows that you have been looking...

Pandemics And Epidemics Of Centuries

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As human civilizations flourished, so does epidemics and pandemics that have ravaged humanity, rewritten the course of history and, sometimes, signaled the end of civilizations.  All the novel infections - be it flu, influenza, or COVID - become epidemic when large numbers of people live in close proximity, often with malnutrition and poor sanitation,...

Italy’s Misfortune: Is Covid19 The New Black Plague

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The COVID-19 pandemic is exacting a heavy toll in Italy, overwhelming hospitals and causing lockdowns throughout the country - the death rate in Italy outstripping the total reported in China. At the time of writing, there are around 63,900+ Coronavirus cases detected, and more than 6,000 are dead in the most-unfortunate European country -...

Will I Shop, Travel, and Work the same way after COVID-19

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Be it a terrorist attack, Influenza of 2008, or this deadly Coronavirus - every economic shock leaves a legacy to trace back for years, maybe forever.  “The great depression of 1929-1941 changed consumer behavior for decades; Hyperinflation in the Weimar Republic is still haunting the German policy. And, The Asia financial crisis left people...

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Reportedly, mobility trends in retail went down by 65 per cent in Pakistan

Pakistan is in the state of lockdown for over four weeks. The government easing some restrictions recently, saying that if a complete lockdown...
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PIA fares will be rationalized soon

The chief chief executive officer of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), Air Marshal Arshad Malik, has promised to ‘rationalize’ its fares, thanks to...
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SC will now scrutinized Bait-ul-Maal & Zakat funds

Lack of transparency in distribution of Baitul Mal and Zakat and funds stir the Supreme Court to take the matters of the...