It’s day one of free agency and we’re looking forward to seeing what the Toronto Maple Leafs get up to today. Earlier, we outlined five bargain-bin free agents that could make sense for the Leafs to sign. You can read that story here. Will the Leafs take a stab at P.K.
July 13, 2022 15:25 UTC
Addressing an Eid congregation at Mansoora, Siraj said Eidul Azha teaches self-sacrifice, compassion and care. The rulers have thrown the nation into the fire of inflation, poverty, unrest and chaos. Millions of young degree holders are forced to starve or commit crimes as they were disappointed with their future. KPK has been ruled by the PTI for the last ten years but the situation has worsened against all claims of change. He said if people want to get rid of thieves, looters and corrupt mafia, then they must support candidates of JI since only JI can give honest and sincere leadership to thenation.
July 13, 2022 12:55 UTC
The Directorate of Enforcement (ED) in India has submitted a 100-page charge sheet against six people, including Prashanta Kumar Halder, better known as PK Halder, and his two agencies in a fraud case. The charge sheet was filed in a special Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court in Kolkata on Tuesday. Notably, PK Halder was arrested along with five others during several raids by the Directorate of Enforcement (ED), under the Ministry of Finance of India, in West Bengal on May 12. The ED found PK Halder’s assets worth 300 crore Rupees in India and 86 bank accounts during their interrogations and drives at different places in West Bengal. ED lawyer Arijit Chakraborty said the agency filed a charge sheet against six persons, including PK Halder, and two agencies under the 3 Prevention of Money Laundering Act of the Indian Penal Code.
July 13, 2022 12:43 UTC
Enjoying fine wine on a budget is a challenge and not completely unlike trying to build the Leafs roster in the salary cap era. Don’t get me wrong, the Leafs have spent plenty on champagne, but still struggle to respectably fill their wine rack. Eric Comrie- GIn every TLN free agent article we are honour bound to promote the idea of signing Eric Comrie. Curtis Lazar- FMe suggesting Curtis Lazar sign with the Leafs is also turning into a bit of an annual trade. While the assumption was that Steel would make the Leafs regret that decision, to date, he has not.
July 13, 2022 10:09 UTC
This PDM coalition government, like its predecessors, stretching for many decades, seems to be bent on levying indirect taxes which impact both rich and poor uniformly. If every government were to give repetitive amnesty schemes to benefit the real estate sector, where 90% of black money is parked, Pakistan will never get out of this debt crisis. gave tax amnesty schemes to the affluent few, passing the burden through indirect taxation to the poor and middle class. Even smuggled expensive cars have been given repetitive amnesty schemes. Even GIDC levied by Federal Government, to be collected by these powerful cartels and deposited in the national exchequer was resisted by them.
July 13, 2022 09:52 UTC
ISLAMABAD – Pakistan People’s Party yesterday alleged that Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan was trying to hide his own corruption by levelling allegations against political rivals. PPP leader Faisal Karim Kundi accused that Imran Khan as the Prime Minister put PPP Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari in jail in connivance with former National Accountability Bureau chairman Javed Iqbal. Reacting to Imran Khan’s speech in which he called his political opponents as thieves, Kundi said that before making false allegations against Asif Ali Zardari, Imran Khan must hold himself accountable. “Yes, you (Imran Khan) along with Javed Iqbal put Asif Ali Zardari in jail but you (Imran Khan) put the country at the brink of economic disaster and borrowed money from Indians,” the PPP leader said. Imran must hold himself accountable for making false statementsHe added: Imran Khan has become a political demon.
July 13, 2022 09:09 UTC
In the face of global recession, one of Pakistan’s top startups Airlift told its employees on Tuesday that it was shutting down its operations from Wednesday. According to DealStreetAsia, Airlift had paused all deliveries across Pakistan during the three-day festival of Eidul Azha, which typically sees a surge in demand for delivery services. We’re all just waiting for the announcement,” the report quoted a management-level Airlift employee ahead of the meeting as saying. Also read: Airlift realigns strategy amidst global recessionDealStreetAsia, quoting sources, said that Airlift was in talks to secure bridge financing of $20 million to tide over its funding crisis. Despite the layoffs and scaling back measures in May, Airlift did not implement austerity measures and continued to overlook the core of its operations, the sources added.
July 12, 2022 23:35 UTC
FAISALABAD – Three people were killed in different incidents in and around the city during the last 24 hours. In a road accident, a rashly driven bus hit a rickshaw near Paradise Valley-I, on Sheikhupura road and as a result of which, Waheed, resident of Chak No 198, Munianwala died on the spot while Zeeshan sustained injuries. The injured was rushed to hospital. In another incident, Nadeem Jaffar was tortured to death by a family in Chak No 404, in the limits of Sadr police Tandlianwala. Police have shifted the body to the mortuary for postmortem and collected forensic evidence from the crime scene and started investigation.
July 12, 2022 22:43 UTC
QUETTA – At least five people died and five others injured in a road accident that occurred on Quetta-Chaman highway, district administration said on Tuesday. They said that Quetta-bound fielder passenger car fell into a ravine near Sheilabagh due to high speed. Resultantly, five people sitting in the car died instantly while five received critical injuries. Soon after the incident, local administration reached the site and shifted the ill-fated passengers to Chaman Maizai Ada Hospital. The PDMA and local administration had launched rescue operation following which body of one of the missing youth was found.
July 12, 2022 22:43 UTC
A few visitors on the tribune watch the practice round at the British Open golf championship in St Andrews, Scotland, Tuesday, July 12, 2022. The Open Championship returns to the home of golf on July 14-17, 2022, to celebrate the 150th edition of the sport's oldest championship, which dates to 1860 and was first played at St. Andrews in 1873.
July 12, 2022 22:12 UTC
As I’m writing this we are less than 24 hours from the start of free agency. The Edmonton Oilers will need to sign at least five players, and likely more. All arrows point to Josh Manson returning to Anaheim, and the Ducks will be quite busy in free agency. However, the risk is once free agency opens, both the team and player can look for other options, and sometimes players end up missing out. If they can’t sign Kulak they have to look at other options and need an experienced D-man to start in second pair.
July 12, 2022 21:08 UTC
Five arrested over torturing minor domestic worker to deathFive arrested over torturing minor domestic worker to deathFive people were arrested in provincial capital of Punjab over allegedly torturing a minor domestic worker to death while injuring another. According to police officials, 12-year-old Kamran and 6-year-old Rizwan, who were residents of Karachi, were working at suspect’s house from last year. Police have arrested five people including two women while further investigation is underway. Meanwhile, suspects in their statement to cops, said that they tortured the minors for taking items from a refrigerator.
July 12, 2022 16:15 UTC
The Balochistan government on Tuesday imposed section 144 in the province amid forecasts of more heavy rains. According to the notification, under section 144, people will not be allowed to go for picnic at rivers, dams and other water bodies. Moreover, the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) on Tuesday provided relief goods to the province. Amongst the items, family tents and de-watering pumps have been included to assist the Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) Balochistan in providing relief to the rain affectees. It is pertinent to mention here that rains in Balochistan and Sindh have exceeded the 30-year record in July this year and the month is not even over yet.
July 12, 2022 11:06 UTC
ISLAMABAD: While preparing dishes for her two sons and grandchildren, Sakeena Begum cannot stop gushing over how the delightful reunion of her children and family members on Eid ul-Adha, which has brought her pleasure. Eid ul-Adha festivities are in full swing in Pakistan, marked by sacrificing of animals, special congregational prayers, shopping sprees, family reunion, splendid feasts and charities. Begum said that she was unable to meet her children and family last year owing to the Covid-19 pandemic and the related restrictions, overshadowing the celebrations of the special occasion. As Eid ul-Adha highlights the spirit of sacrifice and selflessness, a number of affluent individuals and charity organisations in the country remained busy helping needy people. “We are distributing special Eid packages consisting of new dresses, food items and medicines to families hit hard by the high inflation rate […] Some of them cannot secure the minimum income needed for subsistence.
July 12, 2022 09:32 UTC
The Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) on Tuesday stated that 26 people have been killed in rain-related incidents across Sindh, from June 20 to July 10. According to data released by the PDMA, in addition to 26 deaths, 11 have been injured within the same period. In addition, the report highlighted that four others were killed, each from Karachi’s Central District, South District, West District and Malir. I am confident that Sindh govt will rise to the occasion & bring life back to normal under the able leadership of CM Sindh. “There is no shortage of relief activities.”The PML-N stalwart also assured the people of the port city: “Karachi!
July 12, 2022 07:48 UTC