7 Good Things That Happened in Pakistan on August 25, 2022

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We’ve compiled a list of seven great things that happened on August 25, 2022, to make you smile, and feel proud of your country. Let’s get started:

1 – Government Announced Revival of Departmental Sports

Shehbaz Sharif has reversed the decision of the previous government to restrict public departments, enterprises, and other entities from supporting sports teams.

He made this announcement during a ceremony honoring Pakistan’s Commonwealth Games and Islamic Solidarity Games medal winners.

He said that we are lifting the ban to assist our youngsters to flourish in sports. The initiative will also resume the competitions across departments, he added. 

2 – Tech Valley and Sindh Government Signed MOU To Digitize Schools

A memorandum of understanding has been signed by the CEO of Tech Valley and the Secretary of SELDG for the digitalization of the education system in Karachi. The purpose of this partnership is to improve Sindh’s education sector by using the potential of Information and Communication Technologies at all levels.

According to the agreement, digital and computer science courses will be conducted in numerous schools throughout the Sindh province. 

The initiative will also assure the implementation of cutting-edge digital learning tools in schools, such as google classroom, where teachers can update students on important subjects, upload class resources, and take quizzes.

My team and I are really excited about this initiative and aim to extend it to the best of our ability, said the Secretary of Sindh Education and Literacy Department at the signing ceremony.

3 – Pakistan’s Thar Coal To Produce Cheap Electricity for the Next 400 Years

During an event on Private Investment and Reaping Benefits from CPEC, Minister of Planning Ahsan Iqbal claimed that the Thar coal power plant project will generate the cheapest electricity for the next 400 years.

Speaking at the event, he showed gratitude for China’s assistance and described how China helped Pakistan in this project when no other country was willing to do so. 

The minister also assured that the present government would take the requisite steps to address any CPEC problems that developed during the PTI’s tenure, including employee visa problems.

4 – Turkey Urged Pakistan to Increase Bilateral Trade

Turkey has finally formally expressed a desire to increase trade with Pakistan by up to $5 billion. 

Nurettin Demir, Commercial Counselor at the Turkish Embassy in Islamabad, said the two countries have excellent potential to boost the proportion of two-way trade in a number of products. 

We can strengthen bilateral collaboration in the areas of tourism, machinery and parts, chemicals, agriculture, and medicines, he added. 

5 – PM Orders Revision Of Electricity Bills Within 24 Hours

Shehbaz Sharif, the prime minister of Pakistan, has asked power distribution organizations to revise the electricity bills of up to 200 units within 24 hours. 

He has directed that employees of the distribution company work around the clock to guarantee the modification of power bills. He said that the authorities involved should revoke all of the employees’ leaves and present him a compliance report right away.

6 – Nabaa Naveed From Pakistan Got Selected for SlCRISP Cancer Research Program 

A young, brilliant lady, Nabaa Naveed has been chosen as the first Pakistani student to partake in the CRISP Cancer Research program. 

The CRISP Cancer Research Program is created for undergraduate students who want to pursue a career in cancer research or related health professions. It is an eight-week program, and Nabba is going to be a part of it. 

The future star is currently studying Biology at The University of Alabama at Birmingham.

7 – Donors Pledged $500m for Flood Relief Programs

At the request of the Prime Minister of Pakistan, international organizations and financial institutions have promised emergency assistance worth more than $500 million for flood victims in the country. As per the government officials, international representatives have expressed complete trust in their early flood recovery plans. 

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif also presided over a meeting of economic affairs, where the matter of flood relief was discussed. He said the government is employing all its reserves for relief and rescue operations in flood-hit areas. Officials from the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, European Union, China, and Japan were also present at the meeting.

Note: We aim to provide a positive perspective on everyday Pakistan, if you have any good news to share, please contact us :’) 

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