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Punjab is in process of reviewing Careem and Uber status in Punjab, no ban yet. News Pakistan 

Punjab is in process of reviewing Careem and Uber status in Punjab, no ban yet.

Soon the news get’s viral about ban on Careem and Uber Taxi app services in Punjab. Dr. Umar Saif Chairman of the Punjab IT board said no ban yet on these app services. More he added that: “This is being reviewed within the government,” Saif told Dawn.com in a telephone interview, when asked if the companies will be “banned” in Punjab. “We are coming up with a formal policy. This letter was an internal memo and has prematurely been made public.” Tezz Rickshaw Service by Careem in Pakistan He  also said…

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Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg Challenge Trump Immigration ban News World 

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg Challenge Trump Immigration ban

Mark Zuckerberg Respond on Immigration ban by President Trump Facebook founder show it’s response on Immigration ban by President Trump. Zuckerberg has severely criticized US President order to limit immigrants and refugees from seven Muslim countries. Given his point of view of Immigration ban Zuckerberg said: “Like many of you, I’m concerned about the impact of the recent executive orders signed by President Trump,” Zuckerberg wrote in his Facebook post. “We need to keep this country safe, but we should do that by focusing on people who actually pose a threat ……

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Iran ban Clash of Clans in country for unknown period of time News World 

Iran ban Clash of Clans in country for unknown period of time

Clash of Clans, most famous game from Super Cell  facing ban in Iran.  The authorities put limit, who can play Clash of Clans and who can not. State committee called for ban,  citing a report from psychologists, who said it can encouraged violence and tribal conflict in Iran. The app could also negatively affect family life if teenagers got addicted to the game, warned the committee that polices cyberspace. Data gathered earlier this year suggested that about 64% of mobile gamers in Iran played the game.Which can be dangerous for country like…

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Pakistani Cinemas Set To Lift Ban On Bollywood. Entertainment News Pakistan 

Pakistani Cinemas Set To Lift Ban On Bollywood.

The self-imposed ban on Indian films is presumably being lifted by Pakistani cinema owners today. Zoraiz Lashari, chairman- Film exhibitor’s Association, recently confirmed that the cinemas would, in fact, resume screening Indian films across the nation. Lashari was also reported to say, “the self-imposed ban has heavily impacted cinema owners and businesses. For this reason, the stakeholders felt that this was the right time to resume screening Bollywood films. We witnessed a self-imposed ban and not a suspension. The nation will also be seeing a release of the latest film,…

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