KU issues results for BDS professional exams 2020

University of Karachi. – APP / file

Karachi University on Tuesday announced the results of the BDS First, Second and Third Professional Annual Examination 2020, a statement said in this regard.

According to the issued journal, 103 graduates signed up and appeared in the BDS First Professional Annual Examination 2020, of which 66 students cleared their papers. The overall pass rate was 64.08%.

The statement mentioned that Nida, who has seat number 205060, and a student from Karachi Medical and Dental College, scored 572 points out of a total of 700 marks and achieved the first position.

Meanwhile, Muqquda’s Iqbal, who had seat number 205055, and a student at KMDC, received 555 marks and was declared number two, while Javeria Faisal, who had seat number 205045, and a student at KMDC, received 553 marks and third position.

The statement also mentioned that 103 candidates were registered, of which 102 students participated in the BDS Second Professional Annual Examination 2020, and 87 candidates were declared passed. The overall pass rate was 85.29%.

According to the magazine, Abida Fatima, who carries seat number 206032, and a student from KMDC put 632 marks out of a total of 800 marks and first position. Muhammad Muthar Shaikh, who has seat number 206008, and a student at KMDC, received 621 marks and the second position, while Mariam Habib, who had seat number 206062, and a student from KMDC received 619 marks and third position.

In addition, the magazine also shows that 119 graduates were registered and appeared in the BDS Third Professional, Annual Exam 2020, and 85 students were declared passed. The overall pass rate was 71.43%.

Talha Ahmed, who has seat number 207017, and a student at KMDC, got 613 marks and first position. Muhammad Taimur, who had seat number 207014, and a student at KMDC, achieved 598 marks and second place, while Areeba Ahmed, who had seat number 207025, and a student at KMDC, got 597 marks and third position.

Karachi police are investigating the murder of TikTokers

Four Tiktokstars were shot dead in Karachi on Monday night. Photo: Fil
  • The investigation is underway into the murder case of four people, including two famous TikTok stars.
  • A police team led by senior inspectors has been formed to arrest the accused.
  • According to sources, raids are being carried out in Karachi’s Quaidabad, Landhi and other areas to arrest the suspects.

KARACHI: An investigation is underway into the murder case of the four TikTokers who were shot dead in the city a few days ago, police say.

A police team led by senior inspectors has been formed to arrest the accused while the police have obtained the mobile data for the victims.

According to sources, raids are being carried out in Karachi’s Quaidabad, Landhi and other areas to arrest the suspects.

Both suspects allegedly knew the victims and were also involved in drug trafficking.

Four TikTokers, including Muskan Sheikh and Amir Khan, were shot dead in the city’s garden area near Anklesaria Hospital on Tuesday.

Police revealed details of the killings, saying the four were driving in a car when unknown men opened fire on them, killing Muskan Sheikh and Amir on the spot, while the other two, Syed Rehan Shah and Saddam Hussein, succumbed to their wounds on the place .

NAB does not investigate Peshawar BRT project: SC

Image of the Supreme Court of Islamabad. Photo: Geo.tv

PESHAWAR: The Peshawar Supreme Court on Tuesday overturned the Peshawar High Court’s decision to allow the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to investigate the city’s Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project.

The plea was lodged by the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Government and the Peshawar Development Authority against the decision of the Peshawar High Court. A bench in the apex court, led by Justice Umar Ata Bandial, heard the case according to Geo.tv.

During the hearing, the court noted that NAB would not be able to investigate the BRT project as the decision of the Peshawar High Court “was based on speculation.”

The SC also granted the Peshawar Development Authority a period of 30 days to submit a response containing additional documents related to the project.

Aside from the country’s watchdog, the Supreme Court also elevated the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) from conducting BRT-related investigations until the next hearing and extended the detention order on appeals from the provincial government and the Peshawar Development Authority.

Prime Minister Imran Khan says the opposition ‘does not have the courage’ to withdraw from assemblies

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday dared the opposition to resign from the assemblies.

He said such a decision required considerable “courage” and “character” and that the opposition “did not have the courage to take such a step”.

When he further challenged them, the Prime Minister offered to resign the next day if the opposition parties under corruption probe “return the wealth they plundered”.

He also criticized the decision of major opposition parties to challenge the Senate election.

“They also did not go on a long march, nor did they manage to gather people [for their cause], “remarked the Prime Minister.

“December 31 and then January 31 came and went,” he said, referring to the first and then the subsequent deadline that the PDM had set for the prime minister to resign.

PM challenges opposition to provide bank account information

A few days ago, the prime minister had also challenged the opposition to provide details of ‘1,000 bank accounts even’ to the Pakistani Electoral Commission, which is looking into the foreign finance case against PTI.

He said PTI has submitted details of 40,000 bank accounts through which it received funding ahead of the 2018 election, claiming that when reviewed, they will “all prove clear”.

Foreign funding probe: PM Imran Khan challenges opposition to provide details on ‘1,000 bank accounts equal’

PM dares to oppose no-confidence motion

Earlier, in December, when the PDM’s anti-government campaign was at its height, the prime minister had dared the opposition to follow the democratic route and present a no-confidence motion in parliament if they sought to have him removed.

“If the opposition seeks a motion of censure, they should come and do it in the assemblies,” he said, criticizing PDM chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman’s call for mass resignation from assemblies.

PML-N, PPP says ‘will not leave the field open’ for PTI

This Wednesday earlier, the PML-N had announced its decision to run in the Senate election.

PML-N Secretary-General Ahsan Iqbal said the party would contest the forthcoming Senate election to deter PTI from gaining a two-thirds majority in parliament.

Speaking to media outside a tribunal, the PML-N’s stubborn man said his party did not believe in “leaving the field open for PTI”. Iqbal said that if the PML-N did not contest elections, then the ruling party would gain a two-thirds majority and “change the face of the constitution.”

The PPP also issued similar remarks in December, declaring that they “will never leave the field open”.

Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah had said the party would participate in both voting and senate elections.

The army chief calls for the Kashmir dispute to be resolved according to Kashmir’s ambitions

Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa. – AFP / fil

RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Tuesday called for a graduation ceremony for Pakistan and India to resolve the long-standing issue of Jammu and Kashmir in a dignified and peaceful manner in line with the ambitions of Kashmiris and bring this human tragedy to its logical conclusion.

The graduation ceremony for the 144th DG (P), 90th Engineering Course and 100th AD Courses were held at Pakistan Air Force (PAF) Academy Asghar Khan and Army Secretary General Qamar Javed Bajwa was the main guest at the event, said the Director General of Inter Services PR (ISPR) in a press release.

Aircraft Commander, Pakistan Air Force (PAF) Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan was also present at the ceremony.

In general, Bajwa congratulated the final cadets at the PAF Academy, saying that Pakistan is a peace-loving country that had made great sacrifices for regional and global peace and is strongly committed to the ideals of mutual respect and peaceful coexistence.

“It is time to extend a hand of peace in all directions,” he noted.

‘Desire for peace not to be misinterpreted’

“However, we do not allow any or any entity to misinterpret our desire for peace as a sign of weakness,” said Director-General Bajwa.

The army chief said Pakistan’s armed forces were fully capable and ready to counter any threat.

The impeccable coordination and harmony shown by all three services in operations against Pakistan’s enemies had led to major improvements in the internal security environment, he said.

War on terror

The army chief praised in particular the critical role played by Pakistan’s air force in the war on terror.

“The unique courage and professional expertise displayed by Pakistani Air Force counter – fighters during Operation Swift Retort is a manifestation of our determination and capacity.

“The whole nation is proud of its air force and I sincerely hope that the PAF scales new heights of glory and expertise in the years to come,” General Bajwa said.

Gen Bajwa welcomes the presence of Saudi cadets

He paid tribute to the presence of cadets from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for training at PAF Academy Asghar Khan.

“This is a manifestation of warm fraternal ties between the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and our defense forces.

“We are proud of Islam’s strong ties, brotherhood and cultural community that bind us together,” the army chief said.


A total of 133 graduate cadets including 11 Royal Saudi Air Force cadets and 6 women cadets graduated from the apartment.

Gen Bajwa awarded branch insignia to the graduating officers and also gave trophies to the honorary holders.

Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee Trophy for the best performance in General Service Training was awarded to Aviation Cadet Faizan Iqbal.

Best Allied Cadet Trophy was won by RSAF Cadet Hatem Muhammad Alsofiani.

The Chief of the Air Staff Trophy for Best Performance in Air Defense was won by Aviation Cadet Shahryar Khan.

The Chief of the Air Staff Trophy for the best achievement in engineering was won by the aviation injured Muhammad Usman.

The Chief of the Air Staff Trophy for the best performance in Flying Training was awarded the Aviation Cadet Danish Qayyum.

The honorary award for the overall best performance in the College of Aeronautical Engineering was won by the aviation injured Muhammad Usman.

The honorary award for the overall best performance at the College of Flying Training was won by Muhammad Ibtisam Naeem.

The ceremony was followed by an exciting air show by PAF Academy Aerobatics team “Sherdil” and a specialized military exercise “Hamza Flight” from the academy.

Earlier, on his arrival, the army chief was received by Air Deputy Marshal Shakil Ghazanfar, Air Officer Commanding, and PAF Asghar Khan Academy.

The ceremony was witnessed by senior military and civilian officials, diplomats, foreign dignitaries and a large number of graduating guests.

A look at late TikTok stars Muskan Sheikh and Rehan Shah killed in Karachi

Photos: Screengrabs via TikTok

KARACHI: Pakistan’s TikTok community mourns two famous TikTok stars Muskan Sheikh and Syed Rehan Shah, both of whom were shot dead Monday night along with two other local social media.

The four TikTok stars were killed when unidentified assailants opened fire on their car near Anklesaria Hospital in Karachi’s garden area and fled. Two died on the spot while the other two were on their way to the hospital, authorities said, while police claimed it was personal enmity.

But who really were Muskan and Rehan?

Muskan Sheikh had as many as 532,100 followers on her TikTok account, @ muskansheikh015, where she posted short videos of herself lip-syncing. desi songs and sharing excerpts from her life.

She only followed 9 people from her TikTok account, but had wanted more than 2.1 million posts across social social video sharing.

On the other hand, Rehan Shah – who followed close to 50 people – had 21,700 followers on his TikTok account @ mr.karachi1. He had wanted 36,600 video posts.

Shah was a lover of both Karachi and Peshawar, according to his TikTok bio, which also reveals that he was interested in cars and politics.

TikTok stars were shot dead

Four TikTokers were shot dead in Karachi’s garden area near Anklesaria Hospital last night, police confirmed Tuesday morning, adding that unknown men opened fire on their car.

A post-mortem report from the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center (JPMC) indicates that Muskan Sheikh was shot dead in the chest.

According to Karachi police, there were some cases filed against Shah and Saddam Hussain – the third TikTok star who was shot dead last night – at various stations. The former was booked for gambling and attempted murder in June 2019, while the latter was named in a case of drug purchases in January 2021.

Both were also booked in case of air firing in January 2021.