Here are a few glimmerings of what happened on August 4. Here is all the news you need to be proud of Pakistan, from the triumph at the Commonwealth Games to Mari Petroleum\’s record earnings! Some are Good Things That Happened in Pakistan
1. Pakistan Wins Men’s Hockey Match Against Scotland at Commonwealth Games
Pakistan defeated Scotland 3-2 in the men\’s hockey match at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
After losing to New Zealand 4-1 in their last match, Pakistan made a dramatic comeback with an amazing performance.
2. Pakistan’s Shajar Abbas Qualifies for Semi-Finals at the Men’s 200m in the Commonwealth Games
Shajar Abbas, Pakistan\’s fastest sprinter, advanced to the men\’s 200-meter semifinals of the Commonwealth Games.
Shajar stated his happiness at winning the 200-meter race and his desire to help his nation win the semifinal.
3. Mari Petroleum Reported Highest Profit of Rs. 33.1 Billion in 2022
For the fiscal year FY 22, Mari Petroleum Company Limited (MPCL) reported great financial and operational results (2021-22). They generated a net profit of Rs. 33.1 billion, a 5.20 percent increase.
Pakistani oil exploration and production business Mari Petroleum Company Limited is in Islamabad. At the Mari Field, it manages the second-largest gas reservoir in Pakistan.
4. CM Punjab Announces Free Education for the Children of Martyred Police Officers
CM Punjab Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi declared free education for the children of the Martyred Policemen who belonged to Punjab Police during his speech at a ceremony on \”Police Martyrs Day.\”
The CM reassured the families of the deceased police officers that their efforts would not be in vain and that the country would always remember them as heroes.
5. CIRCLE, in Collaboration with L’Oréal, Celebrated Graduates Under it’s Digital Literacy Program
The alumni of the Digital Literacy Program were honored in Karachi by CIRCLE and L\’Oréal.
The initiative seeks to advance women by giving them new knowledge. In 30 cities across Pakistan, the Digital Literacy Program has trained 1,680 women.