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Pandemic fails to dampen patriotic spirit in Pakistan
With heavy downpours predicted, the accumulated waste may spread disease among citizens
Neither staffers nor visitors seem to be bothered about the deadly virus
Those associated with the profession were already out of jobs for three months due to lockdown
Even five months into the pandemic, villagers have little clue about the disease
Animals feel abandoned and are agitated and gloomy because of prolonged loneliness
Sindh govt has imposed Section 144 in Karachi to ban gathering of four or more people
Food, medicines purchase for animals, and maintenance is met through revenue collection
Sailors in financial crisis as deep sea fishing remains banned by coast guards amid contagion threat
With loss of jobs, many blue-collar workers have changed professions to avoid starvation
Pakistan has decided it will not evacuate its citizens from China to counter the threat of the fast-spreading corona virus. Do you agree with the decision?
Polls are non-scientific, reflect only the online audience and can be manipulated.
The PPP should also realise that ending up with no seats in Punjab was even below the expectations of their opponents
Jinnah expected the Muslim majority to incorporate the Islamic concept of justice and tolerance for dissent by members of other faiths in the Constitution
The West still does not want to leave their friends, the Afghans, to manage their own affairs as an independent country
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