Kensington Palace issues rare statement on Kate and William’s royal train fiasco

Kensington Palace issues rare statement on Kate and William's royal train fiasco

‘Kate and William’s royal train tour adhered to all rules,’ reiterates Kensington Palace Kensington Palace blasted all claims of Kate Middeton and Prince William ignoring Scottish government’s calls to postpone their royal train tour.  In a rare statement, the Palace slammed Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s statements, ensuring that the Duke and Duchess ‘fully adhered’ … Read more

Pakistan squad denied permission to train amid coronavirus fears

Pakistan squad denied permission to train amid coronavirus fears

The New Zealand Cricket authorities on Friday refused to grant an exemption for the training of the Pakistani squad during the managed isolation period. New Zealand health department, in a statement, said that following careful consideration regarding coronavirus, the Director-General of Health has confirmed that he will not be granting the exemption which would allow … Read more

Kate Middleton, Prince William receive flack for ‘PR train tour’

Kate Middleton, Prince William receive flack for 'PR train tour'

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are being criticised for their royal train tour, which will visit 10 places in England, Scotland and Wales for the purpose of meeting and expressing gratitude  to key workers and individuals for their efforts amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Many took to social media to express their opinion: “Is Zoom … Read more

Govt plans to launch electric train from Islamabad airport to Murree

Govt plans to launch electric train from Islamabad airport to Murree

Federal Minister for Science and Technology, Fawad Chaudhry, announced on Monday that the government is studying a proposal to run an “electric automatic train from Islamabad airport to Murree”. Taking to Twitter, the federal minister said that with the electric buses project for Islamabad reaching EOI level, a plan to launch an electric train from … Read more