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  1. Some changes made in tax laws are unjustified, arbitrary, and against principles of fair taxation, says tax expert
  2. "The govt will not go to shutdown economy but will advise people to strictly observe SOP?s," PM Imran Khan says
  3. The misperception created behind Sindh?s opposition to the SNC needs to be dispelled
  4. "In the last 10 days, number of coronavirus patients has increased to a worrisome limit," Murtaza Wahab says
  5. If situation gets critical, then Centre will be asked to impose more restrictions on public transport, CM Shah says
  6. Maharashtra has been seeing a continuous spike in COVID-19 cases. Many celebrities have also been tested positive in the last few days. Now, the Maharashtra government on Sunday announced a partial lockdown in the state. Kangana Ranaut also took to Twitter to express her views on the partial lockdown. Calling out CM Uddhav Thackeray for imposing partial lockdown, she wrote, "Right after this meeting he closed the theatres for a whole month, such a shame, why can’t the world’s best CM announce complete lockdown for a week and break the chain of virus transmission. This partial lockdown is not stopping the virus but only the business #maharashtralockdown". Check out the post here- Right after this meeting he closed the theatres for whole month, such a shame, why can’t world’s best CM announce complete lockdown for a week and break the chain of virus transmission.This partial lockdown is not stopping the virus but only the business #maharashtralockdown https://t.co/t6UGE1B3AV — Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) April 4, 2021 Here’s what people have to say about this- That bong lady is living epitome of this meme pic.twitter.com/hKIOGw6Fai — bearded_bong (@thenextbose) April 4, 2021Yeh dusre ko poke karegi phir bolegi log usko target karte hai — Tehzeeb (@Tehzeeb54492175) April 4, 2021I was so looking forward to watch #Thalaivi — Rohit Joshi (@RoJosh) April 5, 2021Meri Babbar Sherni... — Anil (@anilathens) April 4, 2021and your movie is releasing. — Chetna Ingle (@cringle2016) April 4, 2021I equally responsible @BJP4India @BJP4Maharashtra for this situation. — Maahesh Raghuwanshi 🇮🇳 (@Mahesh_aarvind) April 4, 2021As per the new restrictions in Maharashtra, a strict weekend lockdown will take place from Friday 8 pm to Monday 7 am. Also, a night curfew has been imposed. There is also a ban on a gathering of five or more people throughout the day. Places such as religious places, amusement parks, gyms, cinemas, etc will also be shut. In the wake of lockdown, partial lockdown, and Covid, the State government should cancel its decision to cut off power connection. It should also provide economic packages to the poor, small businesses & middle-income families: Former Maharashtra CM & BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis — ANI (@ANI) April 4, 2021 Meanwhile, Kangana Ranaut is looking forward to the release of her film Thalaivi which is set to hit the theatres on April 23. Earlier, queen of controversy Kangana Ranaut was given National award for best actress for her films Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi and Panga. ANI took to Twitter to confirm the news and wrote, “Actor Kangana Ranaut (file photo) awarded the best actress for 'Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi' and 'Panga'. #NationalFilmAwards2019” What do you think? Let us know in the comments section below! View the full article
  7. FBR official says late filers were liable to fines and penalties but the board may decide on a case-to-case basis
  8. ?Our institutions are getting stronger and working together to serve Pakistan," says army chief in passing out ceremony
  9. YANGON: Myanmar's suffocating controls over its Rohingya population amount to "apartheid", Amnesty International said Tuesday in a probe into the root causes of a crisis that has sent 620,000 refugees fleeing to Bangladesh. Scenes of dispossessed Rohingya in Bangladeshi camps have provoked outrage around the world, as people who have escaped Rakhine state since August recount tales of murder, rape and arson at the hands of Myanmar troops. Myanmar and Bangladesh have agreed in principle to repatriate some Rohingya but disagree over the details, with Myanmar's army chief saying last week it was impossible to accept the number of refugees proposed by Dhaka. This photograph taken on November 16, 2017 shows three-years-old Rohingya refugee girl Modina, who is suffering from malnutrition, sitting inside a makeshift shelter at Thankhsli camp in the Bangladeshi district of Ukhia - AFP2 The Amnesty report details how years of persecution have led to the current crisis. A years-long "state-sponsored" campaign has restricted virtually all aspects of Rohingyas´ lives, the Amnesty study says, confining the Muslim minority to a "ghetto-like" existence in the mainly Buddhist country. The 100-page report, based on two years of research, says the web of controls meet the legal standard of the "crime against humanity of apartheid". "Rakhine State is a crime scene. This was the case long before the vicious campaign of military violence of the last three months," said Anna Neistat, Amnesty´s senior director for research. Myanmar's authorities "are keeping Rohingya women, men and children segregated and cowed in a dehumanising system of apartheid," she added. The basis for the widespread hatred towards the Muslim group comes from a contentious 1982 Citizenship law. Enacted by the then-junta, it effectively made hundreds of thousands of Rohingya stateless. Since then, Amnesty says, a "deliberate campaign" has been waged to deny the Rohingyas´ right to live in Myanmar, where they are denigrated as "Bengalis" or illegal migrants from Bangladesh. A system of identification cards is central to those bureaucratic controls, with Rohingya routinely issued one form of ID, only to see it later rendered meaningless. "This is a system designed to make people hopeless," said Laura Haigh, Amnesty´s Myanmar researcher. She raised concerns that paperwork may be used to restrict the number of Rohingya returnees. Myanmar authorities have said they must be subject to a "verification" process. "A lot of the burden of proof is going to be put on refugees, to prove that they are from Myanmar," said Haigh. "The government has records of these people, it´s just choosing not to acknowledge them." 'Open-air prison' The latest wave of persecution has pushed more than half of the 1.1-million-strong minority out of the country, with those left behind sequestered in increasingly isolated and vulnerable villages. Although the Rohingya have been victims of discrimination for decades, the report details how repression intensified after an outbreak of violence between Buddhist and Muslim communities in 2012. This photograph taken on November 16, 2017 shows a young Rohingya refugee suffering from malnutrition reacting while being measured at a center for the management of severe acute malnutrition at Balukhali camp in the Bangladeshi district of Ukhia - AFP1 Long before the recent exodus of Rohingya from northern Rakhine state -- now a virtual ghostland of torched villages and unharvested paddy fields -- they were unable to travel freely, requiring special permits and facing arrest, abuse and harassment at numerous checkpoints, Amnesty said. In central Rakhine state, Rohingya Muslims were driven out of urban areas after the 2012 violence. They remain completely segregated from the Buddhist community, confined by barbed wire and police checkpoints to camps which Amnesty likens to an "open-air prison". The community has been widely denied access to medical care, their children cannot attend government schools and many mosques have been sealed off, the rights watchdog documented. "Restoring the rights and legal status of Rohingya and amending the country´s discriminatory citizenship laws is urgently needed," said Amnesty´s Neistat. "Rohingya who have fled persecution in Myanmar cannot be asked to return to a system of apartheid." Cover image: Rohingya refugee children play at Thankhali refugee camp in the Bangladeshi district of Ukhia on November 16, 2017. More than 600,000 Rohingya have arrived in Bangladesh since a military crackdown in Myanmar in August triggered an exodus, straining resources in the impoverished country - AFP
  10. Iranian revolutionary guard corps chant slogans during Friday prayers in Tehran May 26, 2006. Photo: Reuters BEIRUT/DUBAI: Iran warned the United States against designating its Revolutionary Guards Corps as a terrorist group and said US regional military bases would be at risk if further sanctions were passed. The warning came after the White House said on Friday that President Donald Trump would announce new US responses to Iran?s missile tests, support for ?terrorism? and cyber operations as part of his new Iran strategy. ?As we?ve announced in the past, if America?s new law for sanctions is passed, this country will have to move their regional bases outside the 2,000 km range of Iran?s missiles,? Guards? commander Mohammad Ali Jafari said, according to state media. Jafari also said that additional sanctions would end the chances for future dialogue with the United States, according to state media, and issued a stark warning to American troops. ?If the news is correct about the stupidity of the American government in considering the Revolutionary Guards a terrorist group, then the Revolutionary Guards will consider the American army to be like Daesh all around the world particularly in the Middle East,? Jafari said. The Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) are Iran?s most powerful internal and external security force. The Quds Force, the IRGC?s foreign espionage and paramilitary wing, and individuals and entities associated with the IRGC are on the US list of foreign terrorist organizations, but the organization as a whole is not. On June 7, Daesh claimed an attack on Tehran?s parliament and the mausoleum of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the founder of the Islamic Republic, killing 18 people. The Guards fired missiles at Daesh bases in Syria on June 18 in response. Guards commanders have framed their military involvement in Iraq and Syria, where they are fighting to support the government of President Bashar al-Assad, as a fight against Daesh. Dozens of members of the Guards, including senior commanders, have been killed in Syria and Iraq. Missile program The website for state TV reported Jafari as adding that the United States was mistaken if it thought it could pressure Iran into negotiating on regional issues. Jafari also said that Tehran would ramp up its defence capabilities, including its missile program if the US undermined a nuclear deal between Iran and Western powers. Under the 2015 deal, Iran agreed to limit its disputed nuclear program in return for the easing of economic sanctions. However, Trump is expected to announce soon that he will decertify the deal, a senior administration official has said, in a step that potentially could cause the accord to unravel. ?The Americans should know that the Trump government?s stupid behaviour with the nuclear deal will be used by Daesh as an opportunity to move ahead with its missile, regional and conventional defence program,? Jafari said, according to state media. The prospect of Washington backtracking on the deal has worried some of the US allies that helped negotiate it, especially as the world grapples with another nuclear crisis in the shape of North Korea. If Trump does not certify that Iran is in compliance, the US Congress will have 60 days to decide whether to reimpose sanctions waived under the deal. UN inspectors have verified Iranian compliance with the terms. The Guards navy was also carrying out a military exercise on Sunday in the Gulf, an area of tension with the US Navy in recent months. More than 110 vessels were involved in the exercise, including some that have rocket and missile capabilities, a state media report quoted a Guards commander as saying.
  11. ISLAMABAD: The last witness by the prosecution in in the judges' detention case against former president General (retd) Pervez Musharraf on Monday recorded his statement before an Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC). The ATC on Monday resumed hearing of the high-profile case during which prosecution's witness, Colonel (retd) Inamur Rahim, recorded his statement. Rahim, who served as lieutenant colonel at the time of emergency, said Musharraf "misused his uniform in imposing emergency in the country on November 3, 2007, and hence causing damage to the credibility of the armed forces."
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