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ISLAMABAD: June17- A worker is busy in stitching plastic sheet at his workplace on IJP Road, in the federal capital. ONLINE PHOTO by Sultan Bashir
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ISLAMABAD: June17- A mechanic is busy in covering of vehicle for paint at Sittara Market, in the federal capital. ONLINE PHOTO by Sultan Bashir
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ISLAMABAD: June17- Young laborers are busy in gathering of scrap at I-11 Fruit and Vegetable Market as to earn for the livelihood of their families, in the federal capital. ONLINE PHOTO by Sultan Bashir
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ISLAMABAD: June17- Young laborers are busy in gathering of scrap at I-11 Fruit and Vegetable Market as to earn for the livelihood of their families, in the federal capital. ONLINE PHOTO by Sultan Bashir
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ISLAMABAD: June17- A laborer is busy in loading of sugar in a vehicle at I-11 Fruit and Vegetable Market while the federal government on Monday informed the Islamabad High Court (IHC) that sugar mills were not complying with the condition of selling the commodity at Rs70 per kg to non-commercial consumers, hence, proceedings against them as recommended by the inquiry commission could not be stayed, in the federal capital. ONLINE PHOTO by Sultan Bashir
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ISLAMABAD: June17- A view of loaded vehicle from scarp while two men sit on the top at Rawal Chowk in the federal capital. ONLINE PHOTO by Sunny Ghouri
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ISLAMABAD: June17- Workers of Capital Development Authority (CDA) are busy in repairing of Murree Road in the federal capital. ONLINE PHOTO by Sunny Ghouri
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ISLAMABAD: June17- Police personnel parked their vehicle on bicycle track at Constitution Avenue in the federal capital. ONLINE PHOTO by Sunny Ghouri
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ISLAMABAD: June17- Workers of Capital Development Authority (CDA) are busy in repairing of street lights at D-Chowk in the federal capital. ONLINE PHOTO by Sunny Ghouri
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ISLAMABAD: June17- A view of heavy machinery crane parked on Metro Track in the federal capital. ONLINE PHOTO by Sunny Ghouri
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ISLAMABAD: June17- Video Journalists wearing facemasks as performing their duties without any social distancing amid corona virus spread in the federal capital. ONLINE PHOTO by Waseem Khan
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ISLAMABAD: June17- Senator Mustafa Nawaz Khokhar, the spokesperson to the Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari addressing a press conference at Masawat Building in the federal capital. ONLINE PHOTO by Waseem Khan
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LAHORE: June17- People are busy in buying of vegetables from a vendor during the 15-day lockdown amid corona virus outbreak, in provincial capital. ONLINE PHOTO by Malik Sajjad
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LAHORE: June17- Workers are busy in stitching of sheets at Landa Bazaar, in provincial capital. ONLINE PHOTO by Malik Sajjad
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LAHORE: June17-Motorcyclists carrying a pushcart in a dangerous way on Shimla Phari area which may cause any incident any time, in provincial capital. ONLINE PHOTO by Malik Sajjad
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LAHORE: June17- A young boy looking outside from his home at a sealed street on Abdul Kareem Road as after the COVID-19 coronavirus cases continue to rise. Which has recorded 150,000 cases and about 3,000 deaths, Prime Minister Imran Khan resisted a nationwide lockdown, saying the country could ill afford it, in provincial capital. ONLINE PHOTO by Malik Sajjad
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LAHORE: June17- A young girl looking outside from her home at a sealed street on Abdul Kareem Road as after the COVID-19 coronavirus cases continue to rise. Which has recorded 150,000 cases and about 3,000 deaths, Prime Minister Imran Khan resisted a nationwide lockdown, saying the country could ill afford it, in provincial capital. ONLINE PHOTO by Malik Sajjad
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LAHORE: June17- A Policeman is busy checking Identity Cart of a youngster at a sealed street of Qilla Gujjar Singh area as after the COVID-19 coronavirus cases continue to rise. Which has recorded 150,000 cases and about 3,000 deaths, Prime Minister Imran Khan resisted a nationwide lockdown, saying the country could ill afford it, in provincial capital. ONLINE PHOTO by Malik Sajjad
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LAHORE: June17- Policemen busy in installation of breakers at a sealed street of Qilla Gujjar Singh area as after the COVID-19 coronavirus cases continue to rise. Which has recorded 150,000 cases and about 3,000 deaths, Prime Minister Imran Khan resisted a nationwide lockdown, saying the country could ill afford it, in provincial capital. ONLINE PHOTO by Malik Sajjad
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LAHORE: June17- Policemen wearing protective facemasks at a sealed street of Qilla Gujjar Singh area as after the COVID-19 coronavirus cases continue to rise. Which has recorded 150,000 cases and about 3,000 deaths, Prime Minister Imran Khan resisted a nationwide lockdown, saying the country could ill afford it, in provincial capital. ONLINE PHOTO by Malik Sajjad
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LAHORE: June17- Policemen wearing protective facemasks at a sealed street of Dharm Pura Bazaar and Gulistan Colony area as after the COVID-19 coronavirus cases continue to rise. Which has recorded 150,000 cases and about 3,000 deaths, Prime Minister Imran Khan resisted a nationwide lockdown, saying the country could ill afford it, in provincial capital. ONLINE PHOTO by Malik Sajjad
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LAHORE: June17- Policemen wearing protective facemasks at a sealed street of Dharm Pura Bazaar and Gulistan Colony area as after the COVID-19 coronavirus cases continue to rise. Which has recorded 150,000 cases and about 3,000 deaths, Prime Minister Imran Khan resisted a nationwide lockdown, saying the country could ill afford it, in provincial capital. ONLINE PHOTO by Malik Sajjad
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LAHORE: June17-Rangers and Policemen patrolling at a sealed street in a residential area of Royal Park as after the COVID-19 coronavirus cases continue to rise. Which has recorded 150,000 cases and about 3,000 deaths, Prime Minister Imran Khan resisted a nationwide lockdown, saying the country could ill afford it, in provincial capital. ONLINE PHOTO by Malik Sajjad
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LAHORE: June17-A Policeman stand alert at a sealed street in a residential area of Islam Pura Bazaar and Ghazala Road as after the COVID-19 coronavirus cases continue to rise. Which has recorded 150,000 cases and about 3,000 deaths, Prime Minister Imran Khan resisted a nationwide lockdown, saying the country could ill afford it, in provincial capital. ONLINE PHOTO by Malik Sajjad
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LAHORE: June17-A Policeman stand alert at a sealed street in a residential area of Islam Pura Bazaar and Ghazala Road as after the COVID-19 coronavirus cases continue to rise. Which has recorded 150,000 cases and about 3,000 deaths, Prime Minister Imran Khan resisted a nationwide lockdown, saying the country could ill afford it, in provincial capital. ONLINE PHOTO by Malik Sajjad
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LAHORE: June17-Policemen sealed a street at a residential area of Royal Park as after the COVID-19 coronavirus cases continue to rise. Which has recorded 150,000 cases and about 3,000 deaths, Prime Minister Imran Khan resisted a nationwide lockdown, saying the country could ill afford it, in provincial capital. ONLINE PHOTO by Malik Sajjad
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LAHORE: June17-Policemen sealed a street at a residential area of Royal Park as after the COVID-19 coronavirus cases continue to rise. Which has recorded 150,000 cases and about 3,000 deaths, Prime Minister Imran Khan resisted a nationwide lockdown, saying the country could ill afford it, in provincial capital. ONLINE PHOTO by Malik Sajjad
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KARACHI: June 16 - Prime Minister Imran Khan in a meeting with members of PTI Sindh Core Committee. APP
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KARACHI: June 16 - Prime Minister Imran Khan in a meeting with Sindh Governor Imran Ismail. APP
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ISLAMABAD: June 16 - Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC) General Nadeem Raza, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of Naval Staff (CNS) Admiral Zafar Mehmood Abbasi and Chief of Air Staff (CAS) Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan in a meeting during their visit to ISI Headquarters. APP
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ISLAMABAD: June 16 - Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Senator Shibli Faraz briefing the media persons about the decisions taken in the Federal Cabinet meeting. APP
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