Here are some glimpses of the events that took place on 4th August. From the victory at the commonwealth games to the record profit gained by Mari Petroleum, here is all the news you need, to feel proud of Pakistan!
1. Pakistan Wins Men’s Hockey Match Against Scotland at Commonwealth Games
At the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, Pakistan won the Men’s Hockey match against Scotland by 3-2 goals.
Pakistan made a strong comeback with an impressive performance after losing by 4-1 goals to New Zealand in their last match.
2. Pakistan’s Shajar Abbas Qualifies for Semi-Finals at the Men’s 200m in the Commonwealth Games
The fastest sprinter in Pakistan, Shajar Abbas, has made it to the semi-finals of the Men’s 200m in the Commonwealth Games.
Shajar expressed his joy over winning the 200m race and hopes to win the semi-final for the country.
3. Mari Petroleum Reported Highest Profit of Rs. 33.1 Billion in 2022
Mari Petroleum Company Limited (MPCL) has announced an excellent financial and operational result for the fiscal year FY 22 (2021-22). They made a net profit of Rs. 33.1 billion, which is up by 5.20%.
Mari Petroleum Company Limited is an Islamabad-based, Pakistani petroleum exploration and production company. It is operating Pakistan’s 2nd largest gas reservoir at the Mari Field.
4. CM Punjab Announces Free Education for the Children of Martyred Police Officers
While addressing a ceremony, on “Police Martyrs Day’, CM Punjab Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi announced free education for the children of the Martyred Police officers belonging to Punjab Police.
The CM assured the families of martyred police officers that their sacrifices will not go in vain and the nation will always remember them as heroes of the country!
5. CIRCLE, in Collaboration with L’Oréal, Celebrated Graduates Under it’s Digital Literacy Program
Under its Digital Literacy Program, CIRCLE, in collaboration with L’Oréal celebrated the graduates in Karachi.
The program aims to promote women by teaching them new skills. The Digital Literacy Program has so far trained as many as 1,680 women in 30 cities in Pakistan.