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Pakistan's 'Science & Technology' minister confuses solar eclipse with lunar eclipse; here's what he said
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Updated Jun 22, 2020 | 17:37 IST



The solar eclipse took place yesterday in Pakistan as well but Fawad Chaudhary was busy spreading information on a lunar eclipse.


Pakistan Minister Chaudhary Fawad Hussain
KEY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Fawad Chaudhary was spreading information about lunar eclipse ahead of the solar eclipse
  • Pak minister's tweet gave a laugh riot to social media users
New Delhi: The entire world witnessed a solar eclipse on June 21 after more than a decade but there was one individual who thought otherwise. Chaudhary Fawad Hussain, who ironically serves as Science and Technology Minister in Pakistan, was spreading information on lunar eclipse before the big occasion on Twitter.

Three days before the solar eclipse, Fawad Hussain took to his official Twitter handle and said, "Some more information on Lunar Eclipse". Interestingly, the document that he had shared to give information on the supposed lunar eclipse talked all about solar eclipse, its timing, etc.



Immediately after he posted that tweet, a laugh riot began on social media as Twitteratis took swipes at him for his "misinformation". Some reminded him that it is a solar eclipse, some asked him to pull down the tweet while there were others who simply shared funny memes to his tweet.

Pakistan witnesses a 'Ring of Fire' on Sunday
Skywatchers in Pakistan saw a dramatic "ring of fire" solar eclipse. Sukkar and Gawadar regions witnessed the greatest phase of celestial spectacle with over 98 and 97 per cent coverage of the sun, respectively.

According to Pakistan Meteorological Department, the partial eclipse began at 8:46 am in Pakistan and ended at 02:34 pm with the greatest eclipse occurring at 11:40 am. Karachi and Lahore witnessed over 91% coverage while Gilgit witnessed the lowest coverage at only 74%.


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He's still several shades smarter than any BJP ministers in India that advocate the consumption of cow urine, which is like 99% of them. That's like the basic qualification criteria iof patriotism n your country.
 

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Pakistan's 'Science & Technology' minister confuses solar eclipse with lunar eclipse; here's what he said
World


Times Now Digital

Updated Jun 22, 2020 | 17:37 IST



The solar eclipse took place yesterday in Pakistan as well but Fawad Chaudhary was busy spreading information on a lunar eclipse.


Pakistan Minister Chaudhary Fawad Hussain
KEY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Fawad Chaudhary was spreading information about lunar eclipse ahead of the solar eclipse
  • Pak minister's tweet gave a laugh riot to social media users
New Delhi: The entire world witnessed a solar eclipse on June 21 after more than a decade but there was one individual who thought otherwise. Chaudhary Fawad Hussain, who ironically serves as Science and Technology Minister in Pakistan, was spreading information on lunar eclipse before the big occasion on Twitter.

Three days before the solar eclipse, Fawad Hussain took to his official Twitter handle and said, "Some more information on Lunar Eclipse". Interestingly, the document that he had shared to give information on the supposed lunar eclipse talked all about solar eclipse, its timing, etc.



Immediately after he posted that tweet, a laugh riot began on social media as Twitteratis took swipes at him for his "misinformation". Some reminded him that it is a solar eclipse, some asked him to pull down the tweet while there were others who simply shared funny memes to his tweet.

Pakistan witnesses a 'Ring of Fire' on Sunday
Skywatchers in Pakistan saw a dramatic "ring of fire" solar eclipse. Sukkar and Gawadar regions witnessed the greatest phase of celestial spectacle with over 98 and 97 per cent coverage of the sun, respectively.

According to Pakistan Meteorological Department, the partial eclipse began at 8:46 am in Pakistan and ended at 02:34 pm with the greatest eclipse occurring at 11:40 am. Karachi and Lahore witnessed over 91% coverage while Gilgit witnessed the lowest coverage at only 74%.


Check the latest facts on Covid-19 here. Times Fact ‘India Outbreak Report’ by TIMES NETWORK and Protiviti is a comprehensive analysis that highlights the impact of the pandemic in India and projects the possible number of active cases in the weeks ahead.

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clearly an error and his post is all about eclipses.

Common a thread on a typing mistake. Grow up guys.
 

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clearly an error and his post is all about eclipses.

Common a thread on a typing mistake. Grow up guys.
Don't worry! sometimes I correct my kid mistakes if he does during the home work (school)....

So, I can do the same with Fawad because he regularly does the mistakes.
 
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Looks like he wrote about Solar eclipse... By mistake in the tweet he mentioned Moon... But the letter shared by him clearly talks about Solar eclipse. I would let him go for this as we make countless typing error on PDF too
 

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Pakistan's 'Science & Technology' minister confuses solar eclipse with lunar eclipse; here's what he said
World


Times Now Digital

Updated Jun 22, 2020 | 17:37 IST



The solar eclipse took place yesterday in Pakistan as well but Fawad Chaudhary was busy spreading information on a lunar eclipse.


Pakistan Minister Chaudhary Fawad Hussain
KEY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Fawad Chaudhary was spreading information about lunar eclipse ahead of the solar eclipse
  • Pak minister's tweet gave a laugh riot to social media users
New Delhi: The entire world witnessed a solar eclipse on June 21 after more than a decade but there was one individual who thought otherwise. Chaudhary Fawad Hussain, who ironically serves as Science and Technology Minister in Pakistan, was spreading information on lunar eclipse before the big occasion on Twitter.

Three days before the solar eclipse, Fawad Hussain took to his official Twitter handle and said, "Some more information on Lunar Eclipse". Interestingly, the document that he had shared to give information on the supposed lunar eclipse talked all about solar eclipse, its timing, etc.



Immediately after he posted that tweet, a laugh riot began on social media as Twitteratis took swipes at him for his "misinformation". Some reminded him that it is a solar eclipse, some asked him to pull down the tweet while there were others who simply shared funny memes to his tweet.

Pakistan witnesses a 'Ring of Fire' on Sunday
Skywatchers in Pakistan saw a dramatic "ring of fire" solar eclipse. Sukkar and Gawadar regions witnessed the greatest phase of celestial spectacle with over 98 and 97 per cent coverage of the sun, respectively.

According to Pakistan Meteorological Department, the partial eclipse began at 8:46 am in Pakistan and ended at 02:34 pm with the greatest eclipse occurring at 11:40 am. Karachi and Lahore witnessed over 91% coverage while Gilgit witnessed the lowest coverage at only 74%.


Check the latest facts on Covid-19 here. Times Fact ‘India Outbreak Report’ by TIMES NETWORK and Protiviti is a comprehensive analysis that highlights the impact of the pandemic in India and projects the possible number of active cases in the weeks ahead.

https://www.timesnownews.com/intern...-with-lunar-eclipse-heres-what-he-said/610197
It is happen when you made a person minister who can't distinguish between underwear and software.
 

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