PSL Owners discussing financial situation with PCB

PSL Owners discussing financial situation with PCB

Most Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchises are reluctant to share financial details with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) due to differences over the dollar rate. According to the details, the owners of the PSL team want the PCB to set the dollar rate, for the franchise fee, in the same way they did with the title’s sponsoring company. For the fifth edition, payments were made at a rate of 138, but it was decided that the services of a financial company will be purchased to resolve this issue in the…

Lux Style Awards ’20 cancelled this year

Lux Style Awards '20 cancelled this year

The COVID-19 outbreak has halted all social activities as a result of which events involving large gatherings are being canceled worldwide. Pakistan’s biggest award show, the Lux Style Awards (LSA), has also been canceled and will not take place this year. Instead, the program’s budget will be redirected to its partner Akhuwat Foundation to support those affected by the global COVID-19 crisis in the entertainment and fashion industry.

This guy thinks men shouldn’t be asking these questions and the Internet has taken with storm!

This guy thinks men shouldn't be asking these questions and the Internet has taken with storm!

In a society where marriage is seen as the ultimate goal of a person’s life, people have many questions for men and women when it comes to Rishta meetings. And believe it or not, but we’ve heard the craziest meeting stories with the most absurd questions. And while it’s true that women are subject to more judgment than men, this man thinks that men shouldn’t be asked certain questions when considering them for marriage either: And the internet is up for a debate! What do you think about these questions?…

PIA special flight to UAE for 200 passengers

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) is set to launch special flight operations to repatriate Pakistanis stranded in the UAE starting on Saturday. "The first PIA special flights from Dubai will repatriate up to 200 passengers to Islamabad. The airline is finalizing a plan to launch several special flights over the next week to repatriate Pakistani citizens stranded in the UAE," according to a PIA source. Currently, 40,000 people have registered with the Pakistani Consulate in Dubai for repatriation. It includes more than 10,000 Pakistanis abroad who have lost their jobs due to the coronavirus outbreak. Pakistan's ambassador to the United Arab Emirates, Ghulam Dastgir, said PIA's special flight operations will begin on Saturday with service from Dubai to Islamabad. "The first special flight will repatriate approximately 200 passengers to Islamabad. We will soon receive the special flight schedule from the UAE," the ambassador told the Khaleej Times on Friday. He said that PIA's special flight operations will gradually expand to six airports in Pakistan, including Lahore and Karachi. "The special flights will operate from Abu Dhabi and Dubai to six Pakistani airports once the quarantine facilities are ready. The UAE airlines will also participate in the repatriation of the stranded Pakistanis," said Dastgir. Responding to a question, he said that Pakistan has the capacity to quarantine 2,000 international passengers weekly and this capacity will increase to 7,000 passengers in the coming days. "Pakistan will open more airports for international flights once quarantine facilities are ready in other cities. The UAE's share of total special flights will increase as the number of people stranded is much higher compared to other countries of the world, "he said. . The ambassador appreciated the cooperation of the UAE authorities in the repatriation of the stranded Pakistanis and said that both governments have coordinated efforts to facilitate the stranded people in the emirate. To a question, he said that ticket prices for special flights are slightly higher since the airline will not fly with the full load of passengers due to the coronavirus outbreak. "The average ticket price will cost about Dh1,500 per passenger. The aircraft will have to fly empty on one side and will also have to absorb the cost of empty seats," said Dastgir. Shahid Mughal, UAE regional manager at PIA, said special flights for stranded Pakistani citizens will only be allowed to Islamabad International Airport from Dubai initially due to the limited facilities available to quarantine international passengers in the capital. "All passengers, including the airline's crew, will have to go through quarantine to contain the coronavirus outbreak in the country," Mughal said. Airline sources said a special flight schedule will be announced as soon as the government and airlines finalize the arrangements. UAE Emirates, Etihad Airways and flydubai airlines are also expected to obtain permission to operate special flights to ensure the prompt repatriation of Pakistanis stranded in the emirate. On Tuesday, two special flydubai flights repatriated some 400 prisoners to Pakistan.

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) is set to launch special flight operations to repatriate Pakistanis stranded in the UAE starting on Saturday. “The first PIA special flights from Dubai will repatriate up to 200 passengers to Islamabad. The airline is finalizing a plan to launch several special flights over the next week to repatriate Pakistani citizens stranded in the UAE,” according to a PIA source. Currently, 40,000 people have registered with the Pakistani Consulate in Dubai for repatriation. It includes more than 10,000 Pakistanis abroad who have lost their jobs due…

Air Arabia schedules flights for India during Coronavirus

Air Arabia schedules flights for India during Coronavirus

Sharjah’s spending transporter Air Arabia likewise declared traveler repatriation flights on Wednesday, April 15, to key markets including India. The carrier will work a blend of outbound just traveler flights just as payload flights during the long stretch of April to Afghanistan, Iran, Oman, Kuwait, Bahrain, Sudan, Egypt, India and Nepal. Air Arabia reminds all travelers that gloves, and face covers must be worn so as to ensure boarding. “Air Arabia is resolved to help solicitations to work repatriation and load flights and stay working intimately with UAE experts right…