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DRAP says reforms preventing black sheep will continue
Staff Report

Conveying a clear message to vested interests and lobbies that are out to maximise profits at the cost of public interest, Chief of Drug Regulatory Authority of Pakistan (DRAP) Muhammad Aslam in a strongly worded statement on Sunday said, “There will be no compromise and the process of reforms will continue” reminding “No lobbies or vilification campaigns can stop us from taking on the black sheep in the business;” an official statement said.
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Pakistan expects Palestinian President today
Staff Report

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, for the third time, will be visiting Pakistan today, accompanied by a 17 members delegation including five ministers, to have one on one meeting with Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif followed by delegation level talks; an official statement said on Sunday.
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Blasphemy law will not change: Sardar Yousaf
Staff Report

Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony’s (RAIH) Federal Minister Sardar Muhammad Yousaf, in a statement on Sunday, categorically dispelled the impression, given in various news reports, that government is likely to change the existing “blasphemy law,” adding, “we have no plan to amend/modify the blasphemy law.”
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Mehbooba admits “8,587 in IOK arrested during uprising”

SRINAGAR (Indian Occupied Kashmir):
In Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK), a total of 8,587 people were arrested during the “ongoing uprising” in the Valley till January 22, IOK’s puppet Chief Minister (CM) Mehbooba Mufti confirmed while speaking in the so-called IOK Assembly; Kashmir Media Service (KMS) reported.
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