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British Airways in Pakistan

British Airways once offered flights to Pakistan. They ran flights from London Heathrow to Islamabad and Lahore. However, due to security concerns, they stopped flying to Pakistan in 2009. British Airways declared that they would start flying again to Pakistan in 2021. On March 24, 2022, the first flight from London Heathrow to Islamabad departed. …

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The Deadly Arsenal: Exploring History’s Most Lethal Instruments

Introduction: Throughout human history, mankind has devised various tools and instruments that have been used for both beneficial and destructive purposes. However, some inventions stand out for their deadly nature, capable of causing immense harm and destruction. In this blog post, we delve into history’s deadliest instruments, exploring their origins, mechanics, and the devastating impact …

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An Overview of the Private Security Companies Ordinance, 2001

Introduction:With the world becoming more complex and interconnected, the issue of security has taken center stage for individuals, businesses, and governments alike. In many countries, private security companies (PSCs) have emerged as essential partners in addressing security challenges. To regulate and govern the operations of these PSCs, the Private Security Companies Ordinance was introduced in …

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Chairman Imran Khan was featured in an exclusive interview with Robert Preston.

In an exclusive interview with Robert Preston, Chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan spoke about the current political situation in Pakistan, his vision for the future of the country, and his hopes for the upcoming elections. Khan began by discussing the recent political instability in Pakistan. He said that the country has been …

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The latest government notification regarding Eid holidays in Pakistan was issued on Tuesday, June 21, 2023

In the latest update, the government has made an amendment to the holiday schedule for Eid-ul-Adha. As per the new notification, an additional day off has been granted on Wednesday, June 28th, extending the break to five days, which includes the weekend. Previously, the government had declared a two-day break on June 29th and 30th …

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