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  1. Ricky Ortiz, a falconer with Falcon Force, began patrolling with bird to keep the pigeons at bay and protect commuters from pigeon poop
  2. PM Shehbaz Sharif confident his "speedy work" may frighten former prime minister Imran Khan, but public has stopped panicking
  3. They have been living in the station since the invasion began on February 24, fleeing the war above and sleeping in old wagons.
  4. Security guard found girl's body hidden in washroom at metro bus station early morning, informed Islamabad police
  5. Heavy contingents of police have been deployed in Islamabad to avoid any untoward situation due to the banned outfit's long march
  6. The world has become a weird place to live in and in another episode of 'this happens only in India’, a monkey entered the Delhi metro and chilled along with passengers. Now, the video of the same has surfaced on social media. The video clip showed the monkey roaming around in a Delhi metro coach and then was sitting next to a commuter and was also spotted holding his hands. ANI took to Twitter and wrote, “Monkey was spotted around 4:45 pm as the train moved from Yamuna Bank to IP & moved away on its own by the time it was brought to DMRC's notice. No harm caused to anyone & it wasn’t spotted thereafter in metro premises: DMRC on video(in pic)showing a monkey inside a Delhi Metro train.” Check out the post here- Monkey was spotted around 4:45 pm as train moved from Yamuna Bank to IP & moved away on its own by the time it was brought to DMRC's notice. No harm caused to anyone & it wasn’t spotted thereafter in metro premises: DMRC on video(in pic)showing a monkey inside a Delhi Metro train pic.twitter.com/gKhKKucGJm — ANI (@ANI) June 20, 2021 Also, a commuter posted a video of the monkey chilling in the metro in which a person can be heard saying Yamuna Bank Station, which is on the Blue Line of the Delhi Metro. The DMRC couldn’t immediately confirm the incident. It responded to the video saying, “Hi, thank you for reaching out. Kindly mention the coach number and current station for further assistance.” Check out the video here- Hi, thank you for reaching out. Kindly mention the coach number and current station for further assistance. — Delhi Metro Rail Corporation I कृपया मास्क पहनें (@OfficialDMRC) June 19, 2021 A user commented saying, “His curiosity is next level, the way he was looking outside the window is no different than a kid's first time in metro.” Another one commented saying, “Abh ye apne sathio se alag ho jyega!pta nhi kaha utra hoga!” Here’s what people have to say about this- *दिल्ली मेट्रो में आनन्द विहार से द्वारका वाली में बन्दर घुस आया। बन्दर का शानदार सफर।*@OfficialDMRC @DELHIMETRO pic.twitter.com/AZpk7pS49a — Paramjit Dhillon (@Paramjitdhillon) June 20, 2021 His curiosity is next level, the way he was looking outside the window is no different than a kid first time in metro. — Katoch Vishal Singh (@KatochVishalSi1) June 20, 2021 Abh ye apne sathio se alag ho jyega!pta nhi kaha utra hoga! — mohit dhillon (@mohitdhillon254) June 19, 2021 Isne naa ticket li mna mask...kaato saale ka motaa chaalaan...kaanoon sbke lie ek honaa chaahie. — Narendra Kataria (@NarenderKatar15) June 19, 2021 Ye bandar pessanger ka nahi hai Nirman Vihar , Laxminagar, Yamuna bank stations per bandar bahut aate hai. Ye coach ka door open hote hi ander aagaya or Metro ride ke maje le raha hai — तोप सिंह (@TopSingh_India) June 19, 2021 Its so pity to see his face.. he is probably concerned that he is going away from his place unintentionally.. he is watching at the passing surroundings and seems worried... Wake-up guys.. act like humans.. — Kiran Kumar Sakaray (@KiranSakaray) June 20, 2021 Now, this is concerning and funny at the same time. What do you think? Let us know in the comments section below! View the full article
  7. The pandemic is far from coming to an end and the chances of a vaccine also seem bleak but the Delhi government has now opened the metro trains nearly after five months. The metro services were closed all across the nation due to the country-wide lockdown. Now, the metro trains are up and running across all cities but with the only limited operation. The people are supposed to follow strict metro regulations amid pandemic to contain the spreading of the virus. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal also took to Twitter saying, "happy that the Metro is starting from today and "good arrangements" have been made, the Chief Minister put in a word of caution and said, "We all should not be negligent in taking precautions". Check out the post here- मुझे ख़ुशी है कि आज से मेट्रो शुरू हो रही है। मेट्रो ने अच्छे इंतज़ाम किए हैं। हम सबको भी सावधानी बरतने में कोई लापरवाही नहीं करनी। https://t.co/bFUz9XXk74 — Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) September 7, 2020 A commuter told ANI, “Passengers need to take all precautions while travelling. Service hours should be gradually extended.” However, Delhi metro posted happy faces of passengers while they were seen commuting in Delhi Metro comfortably. A few happy faces from our first journey after more than 5 months. #MetroBackOnTrack pic.twitter.com/mIuVK9wHGp — Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (@OfficialDMRC) September 7, 2020 People also said that it is a great move by the Delhi government and passengers just have to follow some precautionary rules to keep themselves safe. People taking the #DelhiMetro on the first day of resumption of services say, "It is a very good move. Metro rail helps save time and money. Passengers need to take all precautions while travelling. Service hours should be gradually extended." pic.twitter.com/f6I3Z2aGxH — ANI (@ANI) September 7, 2020 Here’s what people have to say about the government’s decision to open Metro trains amid a pandemic- All the best ! — Prince Aggarwal (@freakishmee92) September 7, 2020As long as re-opening metros does not lead to a surge in cases, it is fine. It is an aspect that should be regularly noted in order to see if its safe to open public transport. — Reyansh Madan (@madan_reyansh) September 7, 2020Great Effort... — Anil Kumar Dalal (@anil_dalal1501) September 7, 2020Challenging responsibility, good luck — Lakhan singh Meena Khirkhira (@7870lakhan) September 7, 2020@CMOMaharashtra @uddhavthackeray @mybmc When will the Mumbaikars see these happy faces in Metro!!! — Mohit Andurkar (@mohitsmartlove) September 7, 2020The Home Ministry has issued strict guidelines allowing Metro services in the country to resume operations in a graded manner. The rules revolve majorly around contactless travel in the metro and no tokens being issues. The passengers will only sit on alternate seats and will have to wear a mask at all times. Stoppage time at each station has also increased to maintain proper social distancing. There will be no stoppage in containment zones according to the rules and regulations. View the full article
  8. In this time of fast-track living, nothing comes easy. Gone are the days when 'slow and sweet' would meet our preferences and soothe our souls. The current trend of living a fast-paced life has impacted every aspect of our life and dating is no different. Amid lectures, assignments, meetings, deadlines and whatnot, going on an elaborate date with our partner doesn't happen too often. © RSVP Movies But don't they say there's a solution to every problem out there? And you can trust us to come to the rescue this time around too. We've curated a list of 5 super lit Delhi metro stations across the major networks that make for the perfect place to meet up with your partner and sit down for a quick date before giving in to your daily hustle once again: 1. Nehru Place © iStock Nehru Place Metro Station on the Violet Line features the Epicuria Food Mall. With Nando's, Nehru Place Social, Fio, Lord of The Drinks Forum and many other options to choose from, it's the best place for a quick, cosy date. 2. Rajiv Chowk © Pexels One of the largest metro stations under the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation, it serves as a major interchange for multiple networks. The station has a food court called The Tapooz, and has outlets of multiple eateries such as Hot Mess, Wow! Momo, Burger King, Keventers, Chai Point and Café Coffee Day. If food and good conversation is your thing, this could be your place. 3. Huda City Centre © RSVP Movies Located almost at the heart of Gurgaon's corporate jungle, the Huda City Centre metro station on the Yellow Line boasts of the Metro Park Food Court where places like Starbucks, Eggers Madhouse, Dunkin' Donuts, Zaika Punjab, Fruit Inbox, Burger King, Tunday Kebab Express and Gabbar Meals and the likes, that can give you the perfect spot to grab a quick bite with your SO after work or college. 4. Kashmere Gate © Pexels The Kashmere Gate metro station on the Red Line is spread across several floors and is sprinkled with a number of eating joints that serve as a great option to just chill with your partner and catch up over junk food! 5. Dhaula Kuan © Dharma Productions Dhaula Kuan Metro Station, which falls on the Airport Express Line, is also connected to the Pink Line and features the Palate of Delhi food court with options such as Burger King, Khan Chacha, Wow! Momo, Baskin Robbins, Chicago Pizza, Domino's, Berco's, Chaayos and even Moti Mahal Deluxe. It could also serve as a great option if you're trying to avoid big crowds and just spend some quiet time together over food. View the full article
  9. According to a tweet by Deputy Commissioner Islamabad Hamza Shafqaat, the metro services will remain non-operational in the city ? File photoISLAMABAD: The metro transport service will not be functional here on Oct 31, Thursday ? the day Jamiat...
  10. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today announced his proposal on making bus and metro services free for women in Delhi. This plan, if implemented, will cost the government around Rs 700-800 crore in a year. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal: On all DTC buses, cluster buses and metro trains women will be allowed to travel free of cost so that they have a safe travel experience and can access modes of transport which they were not able to, due to high prices. pic.twitter.com/KVqEWDIJAS — ANI (@ANI) June 3, 2019 The AAP chief further explained that this scheme is being put in place but not being imposed on anyone and that women are free to pay for the ticket if they want. The reactions to his announcement have been splashing all over the internet and, of course, the men of this city have a lot of thoughts. Arvind Kejriwal announces free travel for only WOMEN on all DTC buses, cluster buses and metro trains. Meanwhile Delhi men : pic.twitter.com/4bKqM05O0Z — Tweeterað¦ (@DoctorrSays) June 3, 2019 Have you heard this? Is imposition of #FreeRideForWomen in Delhi a gettable task? His handle says "सब à¤à¤¨à¥à¤¸à¤¾à¤¨ à¤à¤ बराबर हà¥à¥¤" But in reality this insane showcases Gender Inequality while PM Modi schemes Nari Shakti for making women equally skilled like men. Shame!#DelhiMetro pic.twitter.com/ywUHz985Vn — Santh Kumar (@santhgogikar) June 3, 2019 Delhi Men - All set for Metro ride. #DelhiMetro pic.twitter.com/l36Mqm2JxP — Kamlesh Dixit ð®ð³ (@kash2312) June 3, 2019 The most obvious question that arises from this proposal is the lack of equality, a feeling that resonates with everyone right now wondering why a gender bias has been put in place here. And Equality goes for the toss... A girl carrying an iPhone, Gucchi bag, posh clothes will travel for free and a handicap will make his efforts to buy tickets and stand in a metro while the girl is chilling and sitting on the chair #DelhiMetro — Sidharth Dash (@Sidharth_dash) June 3, 2019 According to Delhi CM @ArvindKejriwal: "Safety of Women is inversely proportional to Travel Cost in #DelhiMetro and Buses" ðððð — Vivek Jaiswal (@vivekjaiswal_93) June 3, 2019 If you feel everyone are equal, so why are you divide humanity in gender. Why every decision is based on gender/caste @ArvindKejriwal #DelhiMetro pic.twitter.com/6zHV9x5zw7 — Manoj kumar (@maankumararena) June 3, 2019 Talking about the strong women of this city, they feel that they can pay for their own ticket and the government should focus on providing them a safer environment instead. #Delhi CM @ArvindKejriwal thinks the INDEPENDENT WOMEN of Delhi can't pay their fare. Instead of this they should do something for the safety, of the women, which is in danger in the capital. Best example of vote bank politics.ðð #DelhiMetro — Shraddha singh (@shraddha_singh7) June 3, 2019 @AAP will crush #DelhiMetro eventually....just for votes.#Freebies hinders development. Metro needs money to function to maintain itself. I'm perfectly capable to pay for it and I'll. https://t.co/I0CnFF1Hke — Ankita Singh (@DelhiteAnkita) June 2, 2019 With all due respect, women in Delhi didn't ask for a free pass to ride when they voted for Kejriwal ji, they had voted for the safe environment promised to them. https://t.co/5AtSuFKFzt — Priyanka Chaturvedi (@priyankac19) June 3, 2019 Stop being so regressive @arvindkejriwal. While Women can afford their tickets, what they require is safety. Only exemption made should be for the economically weaker sections without the gender discrimination. #DelhiMetro — Geetika Swami (@SwamiGeetika) June 3, 2019 the AAP government feels that this move is a step and an investment towards women safety, but the majority of the population in Delhi, including the women, refuse to agree. While his intentions might be well, one cannot help but also agree with the people that the women of this city need safety first, not free metro rides.
  11. There are so many types of people in the metro. Here, CarryMinati and Ankush Bahuguna show us what a few of them look like and the results are hilarious.
  12. Whenever we think about star kids, we think about the privileges and luxuries they get in life. "Oh, they have everything sorted for them, they have it so easy," is something we often hear people say. But, in all honesty, being born to a famous parent does not mean that the star kids are some mythical characters, who live in a parallel dimension or universe. They pretty much live a normal life, eat regular food and take the public transport, just like everyone else. Sounds impossible? Well, then maybe it's just Karan Deol, Sunny Deol's son who is living a regular life. View this post on Instagram #sunnydeol son #karandeol snapped at andheri- ghatkoapar metro ride. A post shared by Viral Bhayani (@viralbhayani) on Feb 4, 2019 at 8:20pm PST Karan Deol, who is making his Bollywood debut with 'Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas', was recently spotted travelling in the metro in Mumbai to reach the film's set. He was travelling on the Andheri-Ghatkopar route. His photos have since gone viral and people on social media have lost their calm. View this post on Instagram My eco friendly #hero @imkarandeol #teamppdkp #Repost @indotcom with @get_repost ã»ã»ã» A rather grounded @imkarandeol spotted in metro as headed off to the sets of his debut film - Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas! . . . . #Bollywood #indotcom #sunnydeol #karandeol #spotted #btown #actor A post shared by Nishant Mahendru (@nishmahendru) on Feb 5, 2019 at 11:41am PST From calling him the most handsome Deol in the family to praising him for his humility and for being grounded, people can't stop talking about the latest Deol on the block. View this post on Instagram Started #palpaldilkepaas on May 18, 2017 .. Karan's first day at shoot.. can't get enough.. my boy has grown big #love #blessings #actor #life #my #son #launched #gratitude #family #happiness #karandeol #ppdkp A post shared by Sunny Deol (@iamsunnydeol) on May 21, 2017 at 8:36pm PDT Karan's debut movie is being directed by none other than his father, Sunny Deol and the father-son duo has been reportedly shooting in and around Mumbai for quite some time. In 2017, Sunny announced the beginning of the film's shoot.
  13. Most of us share a love-hate relationship with the metro, don't we? Not only do metros help us avoid getting stuck in massive traffic jams (especially when it's raining and your city transforms into a water park!), but they are also a reliable and dependable mode of transportation (unlike those auto waalas who can blatantly say “no” to your destination or Uber drivers who 'request' you to cancel the ride). And for the constantly cash-strapped and perpetually broke college students out there, travelling in the metro pretty much becomes a life saver. But as great as the metro is, it's not without its limitations. It doesn't run 24x7, so you can't use it late-at-night, you are almost always standing for the entire journey, some of your co-passengers can be incredibly rude and difficult, and don't even get me started on how suffocating it can be on those days when EVERYONE in the city decides to board the same metro you are travelling on. In short, travelling in the metro is not without its pros and cons and if you happen to be someone who is an avid metro traveller, here are five things you'll totally relate to. 1) Getting A Seat Is Pretty Much A Miracle © Pexels Unless you are boarding from the first station on the metro line or travelling at 11 in the night, getting a seat is akin to a miracle, so much so that you have pretty much gotten used to standing for the entire journey. In fact, getting an empty seat is such a rarity that you are pretty much praying for one thing - which gets us to our next point... 2) You Are Always Praying For Metros With Eight Coaches © Facebook Page/Delhi Metro Let's be honest, every time you are waiting for a metro to board, you are constantly praying for one with eight coaches to show up. After all, how else will you make sure that you get a seat or that you don't end up dying from suffocation? In fact if you're not in a hurry, you might even let a few six coach metros pass by just to board one with eight coaches. 3) Your Dependence On Earphones/Headphones Cannot Be Stressed Enough © Unsplash Your dependence on earphones when travelling in the metro simply cannot be stressed enough. After all, how else will those long and agonizing metro rides become less boring and mundane? In fact, a pair of earphones/headphones has become such an important travel staple for you that you probably carry a spare pair in your pocket just in case you forget to carry your regular earphones. Pro tip: If you don't like using earphones as they tend to get tangled in your bags or pockets (or because you end up easily losing them), JBL and Sony curate some of the best Bluetooth headphones out there. 4) As Is Your Dependence On Deodorants © Unsplash As most metros tend to be incredibly overcrowded (especially the ones you board during peak hours), it goes without saying that you'll be coming in contact with body odour. As such, if you happen to be an avid metro traveller, you probably always carry a deodorant with you. Pro tip: If you have been searching for a good deodorant to help combat your (and other peoples') body odour, and if you happen to be on a budget, Nike and Brut offer some of the best deodorants under Rs 500. 5) You Have At Least One Unusual And Unique “Metro Story” You Tell All Of Your Friends © Unsplash That one time that creepy uncle boarded the same metro as you? How about that obnoxious aunty who couldn't stop talking about the most absurd things possible? What about the time you saw someone almost fall while boarding the metro? Or that time when two passengers almost came to blows over a seat? If you happen to be an avid metro traveller, you too are certain to have at least one unique Metro story that you are always recounting to your friends.
  14. Most of us have suffered from the frustration of not being able to crack a math sum, and there's also no denying that not all of us have come to love the subject during school. However, while we constantly shared a love-hate relationship with mathematics as students, if there was one topic even most math-haters enjoyed or solved correctly were the Venn diagrams, that required us to figure out the logical relations between finite collections of various sets. via GIPHY Lately, these Venn diagrams have taken on a whole new meaning thanks to Twitter and these are now finally being used to form logical reasons between various situations we face as a part of our society. via GIPHY The trend gathered speed when a Twitter user posted a Venn diagram showing the commonalities between preachers, DJs, and bank robbers. The post instantly went viral and numerous other users followed suit with their own renditions inspired by the user's post, but things only got better when Indians joined in and contributed to the trend with their very own desi versions of Venn diagrams. why is this so funny to me pic.twitter.com/fUDik7CTF5 — CHELO (@chelllssseeea) August 21, 2018 We picked out 5 such desi Venn diagram memes that would be relatable for every Indian living in a metro city: 1. The Desi Love Triangle Venn the math of dating is solved! ðð#humour #venndiagram pic.twitter.com/cHvTnQzV08 — Shaadi.com (@ShaadiDotCom) August 29, 2018 This is relatable on so many levels, for so many of us that this Venn by Shaadi.com instantly hits home. 2. When Auto Is The Lifeline Of A City Life of an Autowala. pic.twitter.com/oq5hPguL0v — Godman Chikna (@Madan_Chikna) August 28, 2018 If you tell us you cannot relate to this, we'd say you're lying because that can't be true. We have all been there and done that, so there's no shame in admitting to the miseries we put a poor autowalla through. 3. We Are The Food We Eat Venn are we eating next? ðððð©pic.twitter.com/pbAXYcwTuZ — Zomato India (@ZomatoIN) August 28, 2018 This one is basically all of us, every other day, be it within the four walls of our house or the high rise office that's a second home to us. Guess people take “sharing is caring” too seriously? 4. Behen Hogi Teri Girls who are your sisters. A Venn Diagram. pic.twitter.com/wrUeoP7zvy — Pakchikpak Raja Babu (@HaramiParindey) August 26, 2018 Funny but equally painful to the guys who can relate. No matter where you look, they all resort to the dreaded B-word, bhaiya. Nahi banana behen yaar! 5. Beta Humara Bada Naam Karega Perfect Venn Diagram does exist pic.twitter.com/uUP9NFuYA0 — Vaibhav... (@lamevaibhav) August 24, 2018 Lastly, one that's painful enough to accept and yet remains a constant truth of our lives, the struggle of getting through these courses can be nothing short of torture and some of us consciously call it upon ourselves. Relatable much? We know, right.
  15. BAHAWALPUR: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan said on Friday that Rs60 billion were wasted on under-utilised Multan metro bus service by the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz government."The Multan metro bus project was made by Sharif family...
  16. People took pictures of the new sign reading "On a deux etoiles" ("We have two stars") at Etoile metro station. Photo: AFP1Six Paris metro stations were temporarily renamed in honour of France's World Cup winning champions after their 4-2...
  17. Punjab CM commuted in the Orange train from Dera Gujjran to Lakshmi Chowk. Photo: Geo NewsLAHORE: Chief Minister Punjab Shehbaz Sharif Wednesday observed test run of Orange Line Metro Train (OLMT) in Lahore.Speaking to the media after 11 km test...
  18. Punjab CM commuted in the Orange train from Dera Gujjran to Lakshmi Chowk. Photo: Geo NewsLAHORE: Chief Minister Punjab Shehbaz Sharif Wednesday observed test run of Orange Line Metro Train (OLMT) in Lahore.Speaking to the media after 11 km test...
  19. Punjab CM commuted in the Orange train from Dera Gujjran to Lakshmi Chowk. Photo: Geo NewsLAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Wednesday inaugurated the test-run of Orange Line Metro Train (OLMT).Speaking to the media after his commute...
  20. Punjab CM commuted in the Orange train from Dera Gujjran to Lakshmi Chowk. Photo: Geo NewsLAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Wednesday inaugurated the test-run of Orange Line Metro Train (OLMT).Speaking to the media after his commute...
  21. SWAT: Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) leader and former prime minister Nawaz Sharif while criticising Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan, asked him about the money spent on Peshawar Metro buses and Billion Tree Tsunami project in Khyber...
  22. No matter how disheartened we're with humanity, there are some instances that can restore our terribly misplaced faith back in it. People are selfish and greedy, but sometimes when we least expect good deeds to happen, they miraculously do, leaving us with an ounce of faith each time. Something very similar happened to Gurpreet, a 24-year-old resident of New Delhi. When most people lose their wallets in crowded places, they seldom get it back, losing hope to ever see their wallet ever again. But this wasn't the case with Gurpreet. © Representational Thinkstock On March 15th, Gurpreet was travelling in the Delhi Metro to Lajpat Nagar from Central Secretariat. Right after he got off at his station, he realised to his dismay, he'd left his wallet in the train itself! Panic stricken Gurpreet rushed to the customer care counter and requested the attendant there to register his loss, the attendant asked him to wait till the train reached its final destination, which was Sarita Vihar. But to his loss, they couldn't locate his missing wallet. Losing something as important as a wallet is quite an ordeal for someone, especially when you have all your documents and ID's inside it. I am sure many of us have gone through that experience so we cannot just sympathise by also empathise with his plight! Days went by and Gurpreet finally gave up all hope on seeing his wallet ever again, but exactly 11 days later, on March 26th, he received a courier at his house and to his surprise the package contained his wallet! © Gurpreet SIngh Facebook Incidentally, his wallet was found by a resident of Noida, Siddharth Mehta, who was also on the same train and possibly sitting next to him. He couriered the wallet to Gurpreet, with all the documents intact inside, including INR 516. Along with the wallet, Siddharth also wrote Gurpreet a letter saying: "Dear Gurpreet, I found your purse in the Delhi Metro and I'm sending you the same. Please call once you receive the same. Hope you receive it with full/complete documents.” © Indiatimes He carried on listing the contents of the wallet which included Gurpreet's Aadhar Card, driving license, two debit cards, one metro card, pan card, pictures and sim cards and like we mentioned before INR 516. Siddharth signed off with a concerned, yet moving "be careful next time brother :)", giving his contact details in the end. © Gurpreet SIngh Facebook Gurpreet went ahead on social media and appreciated Siddharth's gracious gesture and put up pictures of his lost and found wallet, with Siddharth's letter alongside, on a Facebok post. The post obviously gathered tons of momentum and was highly appreciated by people all over the internet. The post garnered over 1,300 likes and 108 shares. You can see the post here. Gurpreet, while speaking with another publication says he does plan to meet Siddharth soon and thank him personally for the kind gesture. He hopes this experience can teach people a bit more about honesty and goodwill and how these things are still prevalent in today's world, if we do give humanity a chance! It could have been fairly easy for anyone to find Gurpreet's wallet and steal it, but there are people like Siddharth, who go the extra mile and chose honesty over anything else and give us a good amount of faith to live with, each day!
  23. Jahangir Tareen speaks at a press conference in Lahore on Thursday. ? Geo News screengrab LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) member Jahangir Tareen Thursday said that Nawaz-league's corruption in Multan Metro Bus project was exposed after a letter sent to Pakistan by the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC). Holding a press conference here, Tareen said the CSRC wrote a letter to Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP), stating that 16 companies were paid over Rs2 billion. He said the CSRC interviewed Faisal Subhan ? CEO of Capital Engineering which was probed for corruption allegations in the Multan Metro Bus project ? and sent a complete copy of it. The PTI leader claimed that Subhan, in his interview, stated that his company has four share-holders and the actual owner is Shehbaz Sharif. Tareen once again alleged that Subhan is a "frontman" of Sharif brothers and they have a role in Subhan going off the radar. He further said the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) was conducting raids for the arrest of Nadeem Zia, CEO of housing society in Lahore. Tareen alleged that now Zia has also been sent into hiding, or abroad.
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