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  1. PML-N leader Ishaq Dar says rupee-dollar parity will improve once Pakistan?s economy is steered in right direction
  2. Almost 6,000 arrested after a week's upheaval rocks Kazakhstan; several foreigners detained over unrest
  3. Financial experts believe that the local currency will slightly depreciate within the range of 3-5% against the greenback in 2022
  4. Widening current account deficit in November weighs on investors? sentiments and dents their confidence
  5. By early evening the French authorities had logged 222 separate protest actions, including 14,500 people who turned out in Paris.
  6. Customs agents at the Mumbai International Airport caught 160 Apple Watches and around 600 pairs of AirPods Pro that were worth about Rs 3 Crore. The gadgets were being smuggled into the country without being declared to the customs and were probably meant to be sold in the grey market. All of the devices are now sitting in a warehouse and it’s unclear what will happen to the seized goods. © FreePressJournal According to the Free Press Journal, the consignment of items was found on its way to Mumbai on Saturday and the local police are now investigating where the devices originated from. The police are also trying to investigate where the shipment was headed. According to the customs officials, the consignment consisted of 600 pieces of Apple AirPods Pro, 160 Limited Edition Apple Watch Series 6 and garments of Pakistani origin. The collective value of the seized goods when factoring in the duties would be around Rs 3 Crore. "We are trying to find out more details about where this consignment was going and who it was meant for," said a Customs official. This is not the first time a consignment consisting of Apple products has been caught by Indian customs. Last month, customs officials caught some 222 iPhones and 10 PS5s along with other gadgets at the Delhi Airport. Smuggling Apple products into India has now become a big business for parallel importers as they try to avoid the hefty duty charges implied by the Indian Customs. Apple products are usually much cheaper in other regions which motivates parallel importers to get their hands on them from said regions. Since Apple also offers a worldwide warranty on most of its products, it doesn’t really matter where a customer buys Apple products from as the warranty is still valid in most parts of the world. © Twitter/Delhi Customs Due to this reason, customs officials at various Indian airports and seaports are on high alert to seek out suspicious consignments that aren’t what they claim to be. In a similar case, 367 iPhones worth Rs 3.19 crore were recovered from eight courier boxes from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia that were marked as household supplies. It is worth pointing out that it is illegal to import a large number of electronic items and avoid paying duty which may result in fines and/or jail for up to 5 years. Source: The Free Press Journal View the full article
  7. We certainly live in scary times and the fear doesn't let us hope for a time when everything will finally be at peace. The recent bomb blasts in Sri Lanka are a prime example of what I am talking about and it reeks of ineffable and unthinkable hate and radicalism. (c)Reuters On Easter Sunday, 8 violent bomb blasts at 3 churches and 3 luxury hotels killed and injured numerous people in the capital, Colombo. The death toll is still rising, currently at 160, while over 400 people have been injured. This attack has broken the lull after the civil war ended in 2009, in Sri Lanka. The three hotels that were bombed were Shangri-La Colombo, Kingsbury Hotel Colombo and the Cinnamon Grand Colombo. More than 50 were killed in the St. Sebastian Gothic-style Catholic Church in Katuwapitiya, north of Colombo, and 25 or more people were also killed in an attack in an evangelical church in Batticaloa in Eastern Province. 24 killed 200 injured in multiple blasts in churches and hotels in #SriLanka pic.twitter.com/2dcsDTkOE8 — Faizan ÙÛضا٠फà¥à¤à¤¾à¤¨ (@faizan_ul_haq) 21 April 2019 No immediate claims have been made or speculated yet regarding who led the attack. In a country which was at war internally, for two decades with Tamil separatists, till 2009 has seen a lot of bomb blasts in the past, and to be reminded of the same horror once again is nothing short of earth shattering and traumatic. (c)Reuters “I strongly condemn the cowardly attacks on our people today. I call upon all Sri Lankans during this tragic time to remain united and strong,” he said in a Tweet. “Please avoid propagating unverified reports and speculation. The government is taking immediate steps to contain this situation.” the Sri Lankan Prime Minister, Ranil Wickremesinghe released a statement earlier today. Indian politicians along with our President and Prime Minister also shared their thoughts on the attack on Twitter. Strongly condemn the horrific blasts in Sri Lanka. There is no place for such barbarism in our region. India stands in solidarity with the people of Sri Lanka. My thoughts are with the bereaved families and prayers with the injured. — Chowkidar Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) 21 April 2019 People in Sri Lanka have come out in solidarity to help the victims in any way they can. Currently there are massive queues at the blood donation camp there and it's nothing short of overwhelming. Time to unite #SriLanka. Blood requested at the Colombo National Hospital and Batticaloa Hospital where several injured are being treated following the multiple blasts which shook #lka today. — Jamila (@Jamz5251) 21 April 2019 A resident by the name of Usman Ali told an international publication that everyone's intention is to help the victims right now. Overwhelming response at National Blood Centre. It's so overcrowded they cannot control the crowd. Currently they are sending back people who have come after taking down name, contact and blood group. Don't rush there now go leisurely as the crowd subsides #LKA pic.twitter.com/EAvYyr73kH — Usman Ali ð±ð° (@usmanali_la) 21 April 2019 Five #explosions reported in #SriLanka. Two explosions in St. Anthony's #Church in Kochchikade and #Negombo Katuwapitiya Church. Another explosion in Kingsbury Hotel and 3rd floor Shangri-La in Colombo. Another explosion reported in #Batticaloa. #lka @ShangriLaHotels pic.twitter.com/7jyOzlv8DH — Ashwin Hemmathagama (@AHemmathagama) 21 April 2019 Sushma Swaraj, the external affairs minister said India is keeping a close watch on the situation in Sri Lanka. Colombo - I am in constant touch with Indian High Commissioner in Colombo. We are keeping a close watch on the situation. @IndiainSL — Chowkidar Sushma Swaraj (@SushmaSwaraj) 21 April 2019 Extremely sad news from Sri Lanka on Easter. Enemies of humanity cannot be allowed to succeed in any part of the world and acts of terror should be condemned in strongest terms — Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) 21 April 2019 India condemns the terror attacks in Sri Lanka and offers its condolences to the people and government of the country. Such senseless violence, aimed at innocent people, has no place in civilised society. We stand in complete solidarity with Sri Lanka #PresidentKovind — President of India (@rashtrapatibhvn) 21 April 2019 Strongly condemn the horrific terrorist attack in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday resulting in precious lives lost & hundreds injured. My profound condolences go to our Sri Lankan brethren. Pakistan stands in complete solidarity with Sri Lanka in their hour of grief. — Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) 21 April 2019 Saddened and shocked at the disturbing news coming in from Sri Lanka. All forms of violence are unacceptable. Easter is a Festival of Peace. My thoughts and prayers with the grieving families — Mamata Banerjee (@MamataOfficial) 21 April 2019 Easter Sunday bomb blasts in churches & hotels, killing many innocent people seems to be a well coordinated attempt to create murder,mayhem & anarchy.All those who cherish democracy,freedom & economic prosperity must unite now with nerves of steel to defeat this heinous attempt. — Mangala Samaraweera (@MangalaLK) 21 April 2019 The Indian High Commission Tweeted helpline numbers, in case a friend or a family member is in Colombo currently. Explosions have been reported in Colombo and Batticaloa today. We are closely monitoring the situation. Indian citizens in need of assistance or help and for seeking clarification may call the following numbers : +94777903082 +94112422788 +94112422789 — India in Sri Lanka (@IndiainSL) 21 April 2019 In addition to the numbers given below, Indian citizens in need of assistance or help and for seeking clarification may also call the following numbers +94777902082 +94772234176 — India in Sri Lanka (@IndiainSL) 21 April 2019 The live feed of @NewsfirstSL now reporting that 24 confirmed dead from the attacks this morning at the General Hospital. #lka #srilanka — Sanjana Hattotuwa (@sanjanah) 21 April 2019 We just wish and pray for the welfare of the people who went through such an atrocious time, seeping this trauma in every living second. It's hard to imagine what they'd be going through right now. All we hope for is the terrorist group behind this attack is caught and dealt with adequately and the country experiences peace in all its glory, soon.
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  10. Photo: Reuters More than 160,189 people are killed by tobacco-caused diseases in Pakistan every year. According to a the latest edition of ?Tobacco Atlas? published earlier this month, Pakistan has made progress on tobacco control in recent years, however, people continue to die and become sick needlessly, and the costs to society from tobacco use continue to mount. A partnership between the American Cancer Society and the non-profit, Vital Strategies, the Atlas measures the tobacco epidemic across the globe. The economic cost of smoking in Pakistan amounts to a whopping Rs143,208 million. This includes direct costs related to healthcare expenditures and indirect costs related to lost productivity due to early mortality and morbidity. The report states that Pakistan can do more to make the proven tobacco control tools work for its citizens? well-being. ?Tobacco harms the health, the treasury, and the spirit of Pakistan,? it noted. More than 125,000 children (10-14 years old) and 1,473,7000 adults (15+ years) continue to use tobacco each day, the report highlighted. Data gathered in 2015 showed that 41.9% more men smoke in Pakistan than on average in medium human development index (HDI) countries. Further, even though fewer boys smoke in Pakistan than on average in medium-HDI countries, there are still more than 86,300 boys who smoke cigarettes each day, making it an ongoing and dire public health threat. Similarly, even though fewer women smoke in Pakistan than on average in medium-HDI countries, there are still more than 2,943,500 women who smoke cigarettes each day. Further, 16.99% more men and 6.92% more women die in Pakistan than on average in medium-HDI countries. The Tobacco Atlas also highlighted the effects of tobacco on development and environment. ?Buying tobacco robs families of the resources they may need to rise out of poverty. A smoker in Pakistan would have to spend 8% of their average income (measured by per capita GDP) to purchase 10 of the most popular cigarettes to smoke daily each year,? it stated. As for the environment, cigarette butts are the most commonly discarded pieces of waste worldwide. It is estimated that 21,432 tonnes of butts and packs wind up as toxic trash in Pakistan each year. There were 129,878 metric tonnes of tobacco produced in Pakistan in 2014. However, tobacco growing is only a small fraction of agriculture in Pakistan, with only 0.14% of agricultural land devoted to tobacco cultivation, as per the report. There were 69.43 billion cigarettes produced in Pakistan in 2016 and cigarette imports exceeded cigarette exports in Pakistan in 2016, which hurt the country's trade balance. The report upheld, ?Complacency in the face of the tobacco epidemic insulates the tobacco industry in Pakistan and ensures that tobacco's death toll will grow every year. Tobacco control advocates must reach out to other communities and resources to strengthen their efforts and create change.?
  11. GAZA: Israeli troops shot dead four Palestinians and wounded 150 others with live fire on Friday, medical officials said, as protests over US President Donald Trump?s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel?s capital entered the second week. Most of the casualties were on the Gaza Strip border, where thousands of Palestinians gathered to protest against Israeli soldiers beyond the fortified fence. Medics said two protesters, one of them wheelchair-bound, were killed and 150 wounded. In the occupied West Bank, another area where Palestinians are seeking statehood along with adjacent East Jerusalem, medics said two protesters were killed and 10 wounded by Israeli gunfire. Palestinians -- and the wider Arab and Muslim world -- were incensed at Trump?s Dec. 6 announcement, which reversed decades of U.S. policy reticence on Jerusalem, a city where both Israel and the Palestinians want sovereignty. Washington?s European allies and Russia have also voiced worries about Trump?s decision.
  12. ISTANBUL: Turkish police have detained 165 people over suspected links to Daesh in Ankara and have arrest warrants for a total of 245 suspects in the capital and surrounding province, state-run Anadolu news agency said on Thursday. It said 1,500 police officers took part in the operation across Ankara province, raiding 250 addresses. No further details were immediately available. Private broadcaster CNNTurk said police in the northwestern city of Bursa also detained 27 suspects including some Syrian nationals over alleged links to Daesh. They confiscated documents and materials linked to the organisation during raids at the addresses of some suspects, it said.
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