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'30% Of Pilots Have Fake License, Paid Others To Take Exams': Pakistan Aviation Minister

'30% Of Pilots Have Fake License, Paid Others To Take Exams': Pakistan Aviation Minister
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Making a huge revelation on Thursday, Pakistan's Civil Aviation Minister informed that more than 30% of civilian pilots have fake licences and are not qualified to fly. Addressing the National Assembly, Ghulam Sarwar Khan said 262 pilots in the country 'did not take the exam themselves' and had paid someone else to sit it on their behalf. The revelation comes in the background of the recent plane crash in Karachi that left 97 people onboard the flight dead.

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As per reports in international media, the aviation minister informed that the pilots have zero flying experience and that the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has grounded all its pilots who hold fake licences with immediate effect.

India.com
India.com

IPL 2022 Playoffs Rules: In Case of Rain Washout, Super Overs to Determine Results

IPL 2022 Playoffs Rules: In Case of Rain Washout, Super Overs to Determine Results
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Kolkata: With the IPL caravan now moving to Kolkata for the playoffs, it would be interesting as weather and the rain gods may play a part.

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The Free Press Journal
The Free Press Journal

Pandemic creates new billionaire every 30 hours: Oxfam at Davos

Pandemic creates new billionaire every 30 hours: Oxfam at Davos
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As the rich and powerful from across the globe gather here for the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2022, Oxfam International on Monday said the COVID-19 pandemic has seen one new billionaire emerging every 30 hours, while nearly one million people could be pushed into extreme poverty every 33 hours this year.

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