کی تمام اشاعتیں۔ Aisha Bahar . لاھور ، Pākistān
A guy in Karachi's Quaidabad area killed a father and son because of his wifi password's alleged theft. Qasim threatened Farooq and his brother, Haris, with stealing his wifi password and internet service more than a month and a half ago, according to data, the suspect.
The deceased's relatives said the case was registered against Qasim for threatening Adnan, one of the assassinated Haris ' son and brother of Farooq.
After the case was reported, Qasim went into hiding.
Farooq started working in a steel mill while Haris at Karachi University was a graduate student at the son.
Sindh Rangers stated that eight suspected criminals involved in street crime and robbery cases were arrested on Friday. According to the spokesman for the Rangers, the suspects held in Landhi and Quaidabad areas were behind robberies and street crime.
LAHORE: Shalimar Express passengers delayed the train for hours by assembling on Sunday morning on the tracks of the Lahore Railway Station.
Throughout flying, the passengers asked for better facilities.
Passengers of the economy class bogey numbers 2, 4, 7 and 9 said that within their compartments there are no proper beds, lights or fans.
"We won't leave until the bogies get better," said a rider.
The Shalimar Express was scheduled to leave at 6 am, running from Lahore to Karachi.
A railway department team arrived at the site and held talks with protesters.
India's more bad than we thought. I presume, the division of the state of Jammu and Kashmir into the Kashmir and Ladakh union territories will continue. And it does this despite the speech by Prime Minister Imran Khan at the General Assembly of the United Nations (UNGA).
Then look at the barefacedness of India, it does so even though not only Imran made the speech, but he wore a black bracelet.
Indian duplicity is that it decided to respond by receiving Bangladesh cricket captain, that magnificent all-round Sahakibul Hassan banned for two years after admitting being approached by match-fixers in the tri-series with Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka, as well as in the Indian Premier League (IPL), and not reporting the contacts.
To defame cricketers, all an Indian plot. One view that there is bribery in Bangladesh cricket. But that was the bowling coach of the Bengalaru Blaster and two batsmen who were caught, not any Bangladeshi.
As well as the Bombay Bookies were rebranded seamlessly as the Mumbai Matchfixers, not the Mymensingh Matchfixers, or the Chittagong Cheaters.
It's all meant to undermine the World Cup victory of Imran. How much had to be paid to throw the game at Australia? One might have to tell the matchfixers of Mianwali.