IMF announces $ 50 billion in aid to combat coronavirus

New York: World powers move to tackle the Corona virus, $ 50 billion from IMF while US House of Representatives announces $ 8 billion to $ 30 million in emergency aid.
According to the details, the IMF has announced a $ 50 billion emergency allocation while taking a major step to deal with the coronavirus. The bulk of the money will be inadmissible. The World Bank has also announced an immediate allocation of $ 12 billion to deal with the Corona virus. On the other hand, House of Representatives in the United States also approved an emergency relief bill of $ 8 billion to deal with the virus. The bill was sent to the Senate on which voting will take place today.

Corona virus has been reported in 84 countries, 48 ​​have died from the virus in China, 34 in South Korea and 15 more in Iran. Corona virus has been first reported in Iraq. Corona virus has been reported in India. The number of patients has increased from 29 to 137 in the US. The death toll from the deadly virus worldwide has risen to 3200 while the number of victims has risen to 94,000.

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Economic stagnation has arrived, it will now move towards development: Asad Omar

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Planning, Asad Omar has said in September 2018 that it will take two years to stabilize, economic stability has come, now it will move towards development.
Giving briefs to senior journalists, Federal Minister for Planning Asad Omar said that inflation and difficult conditions were foreseen, saying in September 2018 it would take 2 years to stabilize, now it is moving towards stability, of daily use items. Inflation has begun to decline, they do not claim to control inflation but succeed in reducing it, inflation fell 5% in a few weeks, inflation will be in single-digit next year, economic stability has come. , Will now move towards development.

He added that remittances increased 13% over the last 3 months, overseas Pakistanis sent $ 700 million foreign exchange in 3 months while Pakistan’s exports increased by 4%, exports to India and Bangladesh during that period. On the negative, there is a very positive progress in restructuring the industrial sector, industrial output in the country increased by 9 to 35 percent.
Assad Omar said that critics will tell which plan of C-pack is pending, this year three special economic zones of C-pack will be established. The opening will be the same year, 4 more economic zones have also been approved.

He further said that in the past foreign investors were reluctant to come to Pakistan. Now Pakistan is becoming a center of interest for investors. The construction work of Islamabad Metro will be completed this month, for the supply of water to Islamabad. Ghazi Brotha and Khanpur Dam have approved the pipeline project, which will provide Islamabad 12.5 gallons extra water, these projects will be completed in a few months.

Federal Minister Asad Omar said that the government will try to be the last IMF package, the biggest obstacle in the way of bureaucracy is the small and medium-sized industry. Corrupting the Pakistani economy is not a threat to the virus that other countries face.

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Peshawar Zalmi defeated Quetta Gladiators by 30 runs

Rawalpindi: Peshawar Zalmi defeated Quetta Gladiators by 30 runs in 18th match of Pakistan Super League Five.

According to details, exciting matches are underway in Pakistan Super League Five. In the 18th match of the event, Peshawar Zalmai defeated Quetta Gladiators by 30 runs. Shahzad 10, Ben Cutting 17, Mohammad Nawaz 18, Azam Khan 0, Sarfraz Ahmed scored just 1 runs, while Sohail Khan scored 16 and Mills 4 not out. Rahat Ali took two wickets while Hasan Ali and Yasir Shah took one wicket each.

Earlier, Peshawar Zalmi scored a target of 171 runs to win the defending champions, Peshawar Zalmi scored 170 runs for the loss of 6 wickets in the stipulated 15 overs. Liam Livingstone scored 12, Shoaib Malik scored 54, while Dawson could not score any runs, however Gregory scored 19 and Hassan Ali scored 9. , Out of a player.

The match between Zalmai and Quetta Gladiators in Peshawar was delayed due to rain and started at 30pm. However, the power play was also done in 5 overs.
. The Super League final will be played at Gaddafi Stadium Lahore on March 22.

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Imran Khan thanks Turkey for raising voice against Indian atrocities in Kashmir: Imran Khan

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan says Iranian Supreme Leader Khamenei and Turkish President Tayyab Erdogan are grateful that they have raised their voice against the atrocities committed against Muslims in occupied Kashmir.
Prime Minister Imran Khan said in his tweet on social networking website Twitter that I am grateful to Iran’s Supreme Leader Mr. Khamenei and Turkish President Mr. Erdogan for their involvement in Modi-led Hindu government in Jammu and Kashmir. There were voices against the atrocities committed on Kashmir and the massacre of Muslims in India.

I am grateful to Iran’s Supreme Leader Mr. Khamenei and Turkish President Mr. Erdogan for their voice against Modi’s racist Hindu government in the occupation of Kashmir in Jammu and Kashmir and the massacre of Muslims in India. ۔

Unfortunately, only a few voices are heard condemning the brutality and brutality of the Islamic world, while most of the protests against the atrocities and massacres of Muslims in Kashmir and India are raised from the West. Is happening

I am grateful to Iran’s Supreme Leader Mr. Khamenei and Turkish President Mr. Erdogan for their voice against Modi’s racist Hindu government in the occupation of Kashmir in Jammu and Kashmir and the massacre of Muslims in India. ۔

Unfortunately, only a few voices are heard condemning the brutality and brutality from the Islamic world, while most of the protests against the atrocities and massacres of Muslims in Kashmir and India are rising from the West.

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Lahore: Stormy rain, winds, weather conditions are dangerous in Islamabad

LAHORE: Strong winds and torrential rains across Punjab united the city, while weather conditions from Lahore to Islamabad have been declared dangerous.
Thunderstorms and strong winds continue to prevail across Punjab, including Lahore. Shorekot, Zafarwal, Manchanabad, Shikargarh, Tandwala and Okara have received cold weather while Rahim Yar Khan, Dadu, Pakpattan, Harunabad, Sihon, Kashmore. The rain and thundershowers have stopped the cold steps. Apart from this, Khushab, Raina Khurd, Nowshera Kahavan, Jalalpur Perawala, Nankana Sahib, Alla Yar, Bahawalpur, Sheikhupura, Lodhran, Hafizabad, Safdarbad, Faisalabad, Shuja Abad, Kamkar, Wazirabad, Chichawatni, Pasrur, Gujarat, Kolar Rain in Kohar and Vehari has merged with the fire.

Due to the rains, several flights to Allama Iqbal International Airport have been diverted. Flights PA-404 and ER-524 from Karachi to Lahore have been taken off to Islamabad, while flight SV-738 from Jeddah to Lahore is also on the way. Islamabad has been diverted, PK-307 from Lahore to Karachi has been blocked from flight, while flight E-244 from Lahore to Abu Dhabi has been stopped. In addition, flight OD-131 from Kuala Lumpur to Lahore was sent to Islamabad due to difficulties in landing.
A weather alert has been issued to the airport administration by the Meteorological Department.

And Aviation issued a warning to all the airlines administration, which predicted stormy rains around the airport and declared the weather conditions dangerous from Lahore to Islamabad. According to the alert, the weather between Borewala to Lahore will remain bad until 12pm, and due to inclement weather, the power supply is also likely to be suspended. Alert directs all flights departing from Lahore to take alternate routes. Has been done

Secondly, due to torrential rains in Lahore, 150 LESCO feeders have been tripped, and power supply has been shut down in several areas where feeders have been closed, which has caused serious problems to the citizens.

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