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Why did Rabi Pirzada ask to leave Pakistan?

Former Pakistani singer Rabi Pirzada, who left the world of music, complained about social attitudes, stating the reason for people leaving the country, saying, “She too will leave soon.”

31-year-old Rabi Pirzada, who has been in the news for various reasons, indirectly mentioned the self-criticism in a message released on micro-blogging site Twitter on Thursday, comparing Pakistanis and Indians on occasion.

Rabi Pirzada said in his tweet that ‘in fact, there is a reason why people leave Pakistan. Let me confirm today that Indians are much better than us. They never criticized me.”

Addressing singer Adnan Sami, who renounced Pakistani citizenship and adopted Indian citizenship, he added, “I apologize for what I have said in the past. This nation does not deserve talent, neither your voice nor my paintings.” I will give up too.

Users who responded to Rabi Pirzada’s tweet either expressed their grief or anger over his announcement to leave the country or remained interested in his reasons.

Responding to Rabi Pirzada’s tweet, Adnan Sami expressed his best wishes for his future and wrote, “Find happiness and health wherever you choose to live.”

Rabi Pirzada wrote in response to Adnan Sami’s tweet, “We always tried to humiliate you, accuse you of things you didn’t do” When this happened to me today, I realized how you feel. I apologize to Adnan Bhai too.

Adnan Sami once again replied to Rabi Pirzada and wrote, “Many people make decisions even on things they do not know. They have no right to it. Advising Rabi Pirzada, he further wrote, “This is your life. Live it as you wish.”

When Rabi Pirzada came forward with the exact opposite of the impression created by the tweet based on the announcement of leaving Pakistan a few hours ago, he wrote, “Pakistan is in my blood. Your words or derogatory remarks cannot change my feelings about Mother Earth.

Users who were angry at the announcement of leaving Pakistan kept announcing to follow and block him, but after knowing the background of the matter, some users kept urging the critics of Rabi Pirzada not to do so.

A few days ago, a tweet from a handle called ‘Rabi Pirzada Volunteer Force’ was criticized. Rabi Pirzada said that he had nothing to do with this tweet. In a separate tweet on Thursday morning, he wrote, “When I can’t stop abusing someone, how can I stop saying that?”

It is clear from Rabi Pirzada’s Twitter timeline that the tweet of the handle called ‘Rabi Pirzada Volunteer Force’, the criticism levelled at it and the heated debate over Rabi Pirzada’s response are the reasons for mentioning the reasons for leaving the country.

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World temperature will remain at least 1 degree warmer for the next five years

Until 2025, the average temperature on Earth will remain at least 1 degree warmer than the average in the second half of the 19th century. Moreover, there is a one in five chance that the temperature in one of those years will be 1.5 degrees above the average of that pre-industrial era for the first time. These are the main conclusions from the annual climate forecasts of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).

In the Paris climate agreement, almost the entire world agreed in 2015 to keep the temperature rise below 2 degrees and to strive for a maximum of 1.5 degrees of warming. “This study demonstrates – with a high degree of scientific quality – the enormous challenges of meeting the Paris climate goals,” said WMO Secretary-General Petteri Taalas.

The average global temperature is already 1.1 degrees higher than the average in the period 1850-1900, the WMO reported in January. It also turned out that the past five years had been the hottest years on average since the measurements began. The WMO now says that the world temperature in the next five years is very likely to be between 0.91 and 1.59 degrees above that of the pre-industrial era.

‘Corona crisis not an alternative to climate policy.’

The effect of the corona pandemic has not been included in the calculations. Taalas warns governments that the economic crisis and reduced industrial activity cannot replace a sustainable climate policy. “They should seize this opportunity to make climate policy part of the recovery programs. Failure to address climate change has threatened the wellbeing of people, ecosystems, and economies for centuries.”

The research was conducted under the direction of the Met Office, the British counterpart of the KNMI. According to the WMO, the British took advantage of the expertise of leading climate scientists and their best computer models.

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Court: Trump is not inviolable, but does not yet have to provide tax information

The US president is not inviolable, but President Trump does not have to give the New York Public Prosecutor access to his financial data for the time being. That is the result of a ruling by the United States Supreme Court.

The Supreme Court, by a majority of 7 to 2, ordered that he should hand over his financial data to the judiciary, but that he can still defend himself before the district court. The case has therefore been referred back to a lower court.

Prosecutor Cyrus Vance requires access to Trump’s tax records and accounts to determine whether he has committed any criminal offenses and, for example, has taken money from foreign powers for his election campaign.

The court ruled that Trump should not block the transfer of the data, because a sitting president in criminal matters is not entirely inviolable.

This part of the ruling is seen as a defeat for Trump, whose lawyers argued that a sitting president is entirely inviolable. Vance speaks of a “huge victory” because it has been found that “not even a president is above the law.”

Possibly after the elections.

But in fact, the court has referred the case back to a lower court, says correspondent Marieke de Vries. A district court must decide whether Trump should hand over his details to the prosecutor. This can take weeks and possibly until after the elections.

In tweets, the president says he thinks it is “unfair” to spend more time as a president on a case before a lower court.

In another case, Congress asked for access to Trump’s financial records. The Supreme Court says that the request is formulated too broadly. The court also referred to this. A district court must decide what Congress can ask for.
Trump has always opposed access to his financial records. It already played a role in the election campaign. Other candidates always gave insight into their financial trade and conduct.

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After the European Union, the United States also banned PIA

Washington (Daily Pakistan Online) After the European Union, the United States also banned PIA flights.

the special permit has been revoked. After the revocation of the license, PIA will not be able to operate its flights to the United States. The ban was imposed due to the safety concerns of PIA flights.

Earlier, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency imposed a six-month ban on the national airline. Two days ago, the Safety Agency recommended to 32 member states that they also ban pilots with questionable licenses.