Current Affairs September 2019

 Current Affairs for the Month September 2019

Current Affairs 1st September 2019
Chain started more new projects in Pakistan.
Romania beat the Turkey with 173 runs in international T20 and made the world highest winning record.
The FBR lost its target of collecting revenues in August by Rs 50 billion.
Indian officials bar Kashmiri journalists from going abroad.

Current Affairs 2nd September 2019
China and the United States ended a new era of taxation in the trade war.
The US report warns that the Kashmir issue could affect Afghan talks.
Indies Jasprit, Bumra is the third Indian bowler to receive a Test hat truck.
3 people die in Karachi with current spell due to rain.

Current Affairs 3rd September 2019
Pakistan lifts ban on India’s drugs and medical devices trade.
Hong Kong protesters boycott students, calling for a strike Saturday after violent students.
Illegal allotment of public land; NAB declared Qaim Ali Shah innocent.
The agreement between the United States and the Taliban was agreed.

Current Affairs 4th September 2019
Deal on Kashmir will pass through our bodies, spokesman Pakistan Army.
Saudi, UAE ministers is discussing about Kashmir issue to foreign ministers of Iran, Bangladesh and Turkey.
We are with Kashmir is in the struggle for independence: DG ISPR Major General Ghafoor.
Hamza Shahbaz sent to jail on 14 day judicial remand.
Pakistan’s deforestation rate is among the highest in the world.

Current Affairs 5th September 2019
Kohistan video case; 3 accused found guilty of killing 5 girls.
Police assemble resolution in Punjab Assembly against increase in killings.
Sindh government announces 9th and 10th Muharram holidays.
Afganistan, Kabul Explosion near US Embassy 10 killed and 42 injured.
Indian media
Explosion in Indian fireworks factory 20 people killed.

Current Affairs 6th September 2019
Sri Lankan players refuse to visit Pakistan for series match.
Jammu and Kashmir has become a volcano that can explode at any time, says Congress.
Drunken drinking openly in famous cafe in Lahore, cafe is sealed.
Doctors seeking Indian visa to go to occupied Kashmir.

Current Affairs 7th September 2019
The government withdrew gas prices for the bread maker in oven.
Prime Minister Imran Khan and Army Chief Q.J Bajwa visited LOC and meet martyrs families.
Pakistan refuses India to use Pakistani airspace as its president.
2 young martyrs shot dead by Israeli army in Palestine.

Current Affairs 8th September 2019
Pakistan rejects India’s attempt to portray ‘normalcy’ in occupied Kashmir.
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman says detained British tanker may be released soon.
America and Pakistan will work on Tarbell’s Power Generation for better electricity development.
In most of the Cities of Pakistan cellular services have been confirmed to be suspended.

Current Affairs 9th September 2019
Two more polio cases were found in Sindh, KP Tele broke the five-year record with 62 victims.
Prime Minister Imran assured China of early implementation of CPEC projects.
PM Imran Khan sets up committee to address Karachi’s problems today.
Punjab police have banned the use of mobile phones while on duty.

Current Affairs 10th September 2019
Indian moon landing craft mission has been failed.
The fugitive in Karbala at least 31 has killed pilgrims.
Mobile Service remains partially suspended on two days of Yom e Ashora.
Government hospitals face crisis due to shortage of medicines.

Current Affairs 11st September 2019
Trump says peace talks with the Taliban have ended in Afghanistan.
Afghanistan sets an Australian record with Bangladesh Test defeat.
The government has finalized a plan to increase the power generation by three times.
18th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks on the World Trade Centre.

Current Affairs 12nd September 2019
PM Imran Khan will address on Friday at Muzaffarabad.
Clashes between Indian and Chinese troops increase border tensions.
PM Imran Khan will visit the UAE in this month.

Current Affairs 13rd September 2019
Pakistan Army soldier martyred on LoC firing by Indian troops firing.
Quaid-i-Azam University include the top 500 universities.
World community prefers trade on humanity as Kashmir issue does not solve: PM Imran Khan.
PPP Member Sindh Assembly Pir Syed Ghulam Shah Jilani passed away.
Dr. Shahbaz Gill resign from his post of Spokesperson of Chief Minister Punjab.

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