Tuesday, October 13, 2020

British Airways Resumes Flights to Lahore after Four Decades


It was a great day in thee history of aviation, British Airways and Pakistan that British Airways resumed its operation to Lahore, Pakistan after four decades. 

The British Airways flight BA-259 took of from Heathrow airport London with two hundred and fourteen passengers  and touched down at Allama Iqbal International Airport in the morning of 12 October.

To celebrate the landmark occasion, a special ceremony was held in the CIP lounge of Allama Iqbal International Airport, Lahore and a cake was cut. Christian Turner, the British high commissioner to Pakistan also attended.





Speaking on the occasion, the British High Commissioner remarked: “The first-ever British Airways flights to Lahore is a sign of confidence in Pakistan, and the deepening ties between our two countries. I hope it will open up even more opportunities for business links, people-to-people ties, and tourism.”

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Sunday, October 11, 2020

Rafael Nadal beat Djokovic to win his 13th French Open Title


Rafael Nadal of Spain beat world number 1 Novak Djokovic in straight sets in the final of Roland Garros / French Open tennis final today to clinch his 13th French Open title,

Nadal easily won the first two sets 6-0 and 6-2. However, Djokovic made a concerted effort to win over the third set, but Nadal finally prevailed over the Serbian 7-5.





The tennis enthusiasts of Paris must have missed watching the match in the arena as entry we restricted due to Covid-19

With this Grand Slam win, Nadal equals 20 Grand Slim wins of Roger Federer.

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Saturday, April 11, 2020

US records the deadliest day from the coronavirus as death toll reaches 2,000 deaths in 24 hours


USA witness its deadliest 24 hours as death toll reaches 2,000 with over half a million people affected by the pandemic. This figure is alarmingly high for people are not adhering to "Stay Home - Stay Safe" slogan.

So far, almost 18,747 corona affected patients have perished in USA, only 100 lesser than Italy so far. New York state, which remains the epicenter of the US outbreak, makes up almost half of the total death toll across the whole of the US with 7,844 dead. Peak resource use for hospitals is predicted to occur on Saturday where an estimated 86,379 beds, 17,707 ICU beds and 15,414 ventilators will be needed 





Needless to mention that New York state, which remains the epicenter of the US outbreak, makes up almost half of the total death toll across the whole of the US with 7,844 dead.

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Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Coronavirus affected cross over 400,000 in USA


There seems to be no respite from the pandemic coruscation as more and more patients are being detected the world over. As of now, USA seems to be the most hit country as its known corona cases have crossed over 400,000 count - 400,540 to be exact.

The death toll in USA is 12857 as of now with 18 fresh cases today. In the meantime British Prime Minister is said to be stable and improving. The worldwide affected number is almost touching 1.5 million mark (1,447,454 to be exact) with 83,401 deaths while 309,145 are the lucky cured ones.





No deaths are reported from the most hit Italy, which has so far suffered 17,123 fatalities, however Spain suffers 13555 deaths so far with 510 today.

So far Timor-Leste is the least sufferer as it has only one reported case of coronavirus.

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Monday, April 6, 2020

UK's coronavirus outbreak may overtake Italy and France


Although the Queen motivated the British to face the coronavirus outbreak with resilience in her nationwide address, the statistics show a worrisome trend and experts fear that UK may overtake Italy and France in number of patients and fatalities too.

Daily Mail reports that worrying graphic suggests that three weeks since Britain hit 50 deaths it is in danger of being in a worse state than 'Europe's epicentre' was at the same point.





In the last 24 hours, number of UK  deaths by 621 to 4,934 today, including 29 patients without any underlying health conditions and the level of infections has risen sharply by almost 60 per cent, from 5,903 to 47,806 - the largest daily increase.

The Department of Health also said that, as of 9 am on Sunday, a total of 195,524 people have been tested, up from 183,190 the previous day - pushing the amount of tests done daily to more than 12,000.

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Sunday, April 5, 2020

Face mask Piracy: Germany accuses USA for diverting face masks intended for Berlin to USA


Germany has accused USA, saying 200,000 protective face masks destined for Berlin have been allegedly intercepted at a Thailand airport and diverted instead to the US, reports Daily Mail.

The dispute came after the White House condemned 3M for producing face masks for overseas countries instead of focusing solely on the US.





The United States has not only angered Germany but France as well for seizing millions of masks which were set to be shipped to the European nations amid the coronavirus crisis. 

'We consider that an act of modern piracy,' Berlin's interior minister Andreas Geisel has been reported as saying.

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Friday, April 3, 2020

USA Corona Outbreak Explodes as Total Cases touche 244,000


The Corona Virus is taking a heavy toll of the USA as its corona affected patients has almost reached 244,000 over the past 24 hours, 28,969 new patients have been diagnosed with the virus, while the death toll rises to 5,883 with fresh 781 cases of deaths in the last 24 hours.

Italy though it seemed to have curtailed the virus onslaught suffered 760 more deaths and Spain saw 951 fresh cases of patients who were consumed by the virus..





France was the most badly hit country as its fresh death cases rose to 1,355. UK has also lost 569 patients in 24 hours.

As of now the total patients worldwide stand at 1,013,748 and increasing with 52,977 deaths. So far 212,015 patients have recovered while 711,058 (95%) are in Mild Condition and 37,698 (5%) are Serious or Critical.

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Thursday, April 2, 2020

Spain suffers record 950 coronavirus fatalities in 24 hours


Spain is one of the most corona virus country as it lost 950 people in the last 24 hours, a news report informs.

It is the largest single-day increase so far, after 849 Tuesday and 864 Wednesday, while number of new cases also rose 8,102, bringing total from 102,136 to 110,238.





Although there has been increase of The number of new cases by 8,102, it marks the lowest percentage increase in cases yet - in a sign that lockdown measures put in place almost three weeks ago are working. The rate of increase was 42.7 per cent on March 13, the day before the lockdown was put in place, and has gone as high as 200 per cent during the crisis.

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100 US Sailors aboard aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt hit by coronavirus


The US Navy has announced that almost 100 sailors aboard aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt have been hit by coronavirus outbreak to quarantine in Guam hotels, where it is presently harboured. 

Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly said Wednesday that 93 sailors from the ship have tested positive for the virus to date, representing more than 10% of all cases across the entire US military. He said about 1,000 sailors have been evacuated form the ship and moved ashore to Guam where the ship is currently in port, reports CNN.





Modly said 1,273 of the ship's roughly 4,800 crew members have been tested for the virus so far and the Navy was still awaiting the results of some of those tests.

However, the ship will not be evacuated in its entirety due to the need to continue to perform essential tasks such as the operation of the aircraft carrier's nuclear reactor.

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UK suffers record-breaking 563 coronavirus deaths in 24 hours


UK is bracing itself for the worst as it suffered record-breaking 563 coronavirus deaths and 4,324 cases in 24 hours. This takes total number of victims to 2,352 with almost 30,000 Britons known to be infected.

Britain now has almost three times as many dead patients on account of coronavirus as Germany despite only half as many positive tests. It may be added that UK's coronavirus death toll has soared by 1,124 in just 3 days - from 1,228 on Sunday to 2,352 on Wednesday. 





The youngest victim today was a 13-year-old, believed to be Ismail Mohamed Abdul Wahab from Brixton, London, whose tragic death came to light last night after he died at King's College Hospital on Monday. The oldest patient included in today's update was 99 years old.

The true size of the outbreak remains a mystery because of the UK's controversial policy to only test patients in hospital - and not the tens of thousands of Britons with milder symptoms who are recovering at at home. 

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Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Complete loss of smell and taste could be an early warning sign of coronavirus


Much has been said about the coronavirus uphill now and masses have been warned to look for the warning signs of this viral disease, like fatigue, aches and pains, a blocked nose, sore throat and diarrhea.

Now doctors in UK have come up with another set of symptoms that me be taken seriously for it may be the onset of the virus. The say sudden and complete loss of smell could also be an early sign of coronavirus.

New data gathered by ENT UK, which represents ear, nose and throat specialists, suggests this inability to smell — and often taste — may be the very first symptom and can start within hours.





It may be added that many people appear not to develop any further signs, making a full recovery without even realizing they had Covid-19. They are thought to be mostly healthy young adults whose immune systems react sufficiently to the virus to contain it within the nose, preventing it spreading to the lungs, where it can cause potentially fatal pneumonia.

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Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Coronavirus: Refrigerated Trucks being used as morgue in USA


The rising number of deaths and scarcity of space in the hospitals has forced the US authorities to us refrigerated trucks as morgues.

Line of white refrigerated trucks can be seen parked outside New York hospitals after 98 people died in seven hours. City officials said this is the biggest deployment of makeshift morgues since the September 11, 2001.





As of Monday morning, there were 142,000 cases of coronavirus in the US and 2,500 people had died. 

In the meantime, the homeless are made to sleep six feet apart in an empty parking lot in Las Vegas.

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Saturday, March 28, 2020

First royal death from coronavirus{ Spanish Princess Dies of Coronavirus


While we listen to unknown people succumbing to coronavirus, Spain mourns death of its 86-year-old royalty Princess Maria Teresa of Spain's Bourbon-Parma dynasty who died after testing positive.

Her death was announced by her younger brother, Prince Sixtus Henry of Bourbon-Parma.





It may be added that members of the family once ruled as King of Etruria and as Duke of Parma and Piacenza, Guastalla, and Lucca until 1859.

The news of the royal death comes as Spain registered a record number of coronavirus deaths in a single-day period with the army now being handed emergency powers to transfer bodies because undertakers are unable to cope.

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US Corona Virus cases cross over 104,000


US is getting infected with Corona Virus more rapidly than all other countries of the world, leaving behind Italy and China. As of now, the number of corona hit virus has reached over 104,000.


As reported by CNN, the infection is fast spreading to new areas of the country.





As of Saturday morning, the US had at least 104,205 known cases of Corona Virus and 1,701 people have died, according to Worldometer. Italy had 86,498 with 9,134 deaths, while China is at number three with 81,394 cases with 3,295 deaths.

Chicago, Detroit and New Orleans are seeing a rapid increase of cases and officials there and in many other cities say they don't have enough medical resources.

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Friday, March 27, 2020

Corona Update: Darkest day of the crisis in UK - death toll jumps to 759


Today is being termed as the darkest day of the Corona virus crises as UK health chiefs today said the COVID-19 death toll stands at 759 - up by a third from 578 in the last 24 hours.

As reported by the Daily Mail, 181 more victims were confirmed in today's update, a 60 per cent spike from the 113 recorded yesterday.





Meanwhile Boris Johnson and Health Secretary Matt Hancock have admitted they had tested positive for COVID-19. 

The bombshell news threatens to send the government's response into chaos, with speculation rampant over which other senior figures could be infected..

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