California: The Stories feature introduced by Instagram has become extremely popular with users. Users enjoy sharing their normal life on stories that have this 24-hour duration.
Now, this photo-sharing application is working on a feature that will not make content makers happier. The Instagram app is working on its new Stories layout. After posts shared in stories will be printed after a certain number.
A Brazilian Instagram user marked the thing through the techno blog that only three of the stories shared by other users in the Instagram app were showing up. Users can currently post 100 stories at a time. Despite this expected change, the number of posts has not changed, but users who have received its update will have to press the “Show All” button to view the remaining stories.
Otherwise, the app will move to other user stories. Doing so on Instagram will make a big difference to the way Stories work. The bad news for content creators is that none of their posts will likely have many views after the third post.
On the other hand, limiting the number of stories offered in the app to three will allow users to see more people’s posts in less time. And if someone’s content doesn’t seem interesting, they’ll move on. Currently, the update for the new Stories layout seems to have been released to only a small group of users, indicating that the change from Instagram is still in the testing stages.
Lahore: The weather will remain extremely hot in most parts of the country even today.
Weather forecasters have predicted that the heatwave will continue in the country till today. The temperature in Lahore is expected to reach 46 degrees Celsius and in Faisalabad, it will reach 47 degrees Celsius.
Temperatures are expected to rise above 50 in Mohenjo Daro, Dadu, and Nawabshah in Sindh.
KARACHI: A powerful blast took place in the Saddar area of Quaid-e-Azam city, killing one person and injuring several others.
Dr. Shahid Rasool said that 8 injured people have been brought to Jinnah Hospital so far. One person was killed in the blast and the nature of the injuries is serious.
Eyewitnesses say the blast shattered the windows of vehicles parked nearby. Law enforcement officials arrived at the scene and cordoned off the area.
The scene has been sealed off and a bomb disposal squad has been called for evidence. After which the nature of the blast will be determined.
Notice of the Chief Minister:
On the other hand, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah took notice of the blast in the Saddar. And demanded a report from Commissioner Karachi and Additional IG.
Murad Ali Shah said that:
Murtaza Wahab on this occasion:
Administrator KMC Barrister Murtaza Wahab took notice of the blast in the Saddar area.
Barrister Murtaza Wahab said police and law enforcement agencies were reviewing the situation. The injured are being treated at Jinnah Hospital. Senior police officials have been contacted. According to doctors, eight injured people have been brought to Jinnah Hospital so far. One person was killed in the blast. Most people are injured by ball bearings.
Lahore: Due to the delay in the program with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) across the country, the country’s currency is heading towards the worst decline.
According to data released by the State Bank of Pakistan’s social networking site Twitter, during the second trading day of the week, the US dollar again saw a sharp rise of 13 paise against the rupee in the interbank market. went.
According to the data,
the US dollar has risen from 187 rupees 53 paise to 188 rupees 66 paise against the rupee in the interbank market.
State Bank of Pakistan
On the other hand, in the open market, the dollar became expensive by Rs.
Since April 16, the dollar has risen by more than Rs.
On the other hand, after the fluctuations in the Pakistan stock market recorded a rise of 111.22 points, the 100 Index closed at the level of 43504.36 points, the whole trading day saw an improvement of 0.26% while trading 114.48 million. 887 shares were traded, due to the boom, investors gained more than twenty billion rupees.