Pak Current Affairs

  • Who is the first female Chief Justice of Peshawar High Court?

    • Ayesha A. Malik
    • Musarrat Hilali
    • Tahira Safdar
    • Suman Bodani
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    Musarrat Hilali has become the first female Chief Justice of the Peshawar High Court, Peshawar. She took the oath as the Acting Chief Justice on 1st April 2023. Justice Tahira Safdar was the first female Chief Justice of a High Court in Pakistan, serving as the Chief Justice of the Balochistan High Court from September 2018 to October 2019. Justice Ayesha A. Malik is the first female judge of the Supreme Court of Pakistan. Additionally, Suman Bodani, who belongs to Sindh Province, became the first Hindu woman to be appointed as a civil judge in Pakistan.

  • Who is the current Chief Election Commissioner of Pakistan?

    • Justice Sardar M. Raza Khan
    • Justice Fakhruddin G. Ebrahim
    • Sikandar Sultan Raja
    • None of these
  • Who is the current Chairman FBR (Federal Board of Revenue)?

    • Muhammad Javed Ghani
    • Malik Amjed Zubair Tiwana
    • Nausheen Javaid Ahmad
    • Asim Ahmad
  • Shahbaz Sharif inaugurated K-3, the third unit of Karachi Neclear Power Plant on 02 February 2023 that will produce _____megawatts of electricity.

    • 950
    • 1100
    • 1400
    • None of these
  • Who is the current Attorney General of Pakistan?

    • Shehzad Ata Elahi
    • Ashtar Ausaf Ali
    • Salman Aslam Butt
    • Mansoor Usman Awan
  • When Pakistani poet Amjad Islam Amjad died at 78 in Lahore?

    • 10 January, 2023
    • 14 February, 2023
    • 10 February, 2023
    • Non of these
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    Amjad Islam Amjad (04 August 1944 to 10 February 2023) was a well-known Pakistani poet and writer. He was born in Lahore, Pakistan. His family originally belonged to Sialkot. He was one of Pakistan’s most celebrated Urdu poets and has won numerous awards for his literary contributions.
    Amjad Islam Amjad started his career as a lecturer in Govt. M.A.O College, Lahore, but soon switched to writing. He has written several books of poetry, including “Fishaar,” “Satwaan Dar,” and “Barzakh.” His poetry reflects a deep understanding of human emotions and the complexities of life. His work has been widely praised for its simplicity and directness.
    Apart from poetry, he has also written for television and films, including the iconic Pakistani drama series “Waris.” He has received numerous awards for his contributions to literature, including Sitara-i-Imtiaz and the prestigious Pride of Performance award from the Government of Pakistan.

  • When the former 10th President General (retd) Pervez Musharraf passed away at 79 in Dubai?

    • 05 February, 2023
    • 01 February, 2023
    • 14 January, 2023
    • Non of these
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    Pervez Musharraf (11 August 1943 to 05 February 2023) was a former Pakistani military officer who served as the 10th President of Pakistan. He also served as the 10th Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee from 1998 to 2001 and the 7th Chief of Army Staff from 1998 to 2007. He took power in a military coup in 1999 and ruled the country until 2008.
    Pervez Musharraf was born in Delhi, India and died at the age of 79 in Dubai. In 1961, at the age of 18, he entered the Pakistan Military Academy at Kakul and rose through the ranks to become a four-star general. During his military career, he served in several key positions, including the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee and the Chief of Army Staff.
    In 1999, Musharraf led a bloodless military coup against the elected government of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and declared himself the Chief Executive of Pakistan. He suspended the constitution and dissolved the National Assembly and the provincial governments.
    Musharraf ruled Pakistan as a military dictator for almost nine years. He introduced several economic and social reforms during his tenure and played a vital role in the US-led war on terror following the September 11 attacks in 2001. However, his rule was also marked by allegations of human rights abuses and suppression of political dissent.
    In 2008, Musharraf resigned as President and went into self-imposed exile in Dubai and London. He returned to Pakistan in 2013 to participate in the general elections but was barred from running for office and faced numerous legal challenges. In 2019, he was sentenced to death in absentia by a Pakistani court for high treason, but he remains in exile and has not faced the sentence.

  • What is the rank of Pakistan in CPI 2023 of Transparency International?

    • 05
    • 133
    • 140
    • 180