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Printing press owner arrested for anti-Pakistan ad

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HYDERABAD: A printing press owner has been arrested for publishing an anti-Pakistan advertisement in a Sindhi weekly newspaper. The advertisement contained content against Pakistan, the armed forces, intelligence agencies and the China Pakistan Economic Corridor project. Raees Ahmed, owner of Pasban publishers, was arrested along with his employees from the press located on Pakha Pir […]

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Militancy literature: two held, printing press sealed

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LAHORE: Two men were arrested from a printing press by intelligence agencies for printing literature of a banned militant organization on Monday. The agencies also found more than 100,000 copies of Jihadist literature containing training material for suicide attackers. An official source told Dawn that the raid was conducted after the arrest of a `high […]

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FIA discovers Axact’s printing press

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KARACHI: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on Monday discovered the printing press which was used to issue fake degrees by Axact. According to media reports, the dye machine of Axact degrees, printing plates and stamp papers were found.The printing press, located in the Saddar area of the city, had been used for the last eight […]

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Govt gears up to regulate printing press industry

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PESHAWAR: After going through reorganisation, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa information and public relations department is flexing muscles to regulate printing press in the province and enforce law to counter terrorists’ propaganda material, printed locally. The provincial information and public relations department, which was going through reorganisation during the last eight months, has planned to initiate ‘instant […]

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Printing press employees accused of blasphemy

By: Rana Yasif LAHORE: An additional district and sessions judge has fixed February 7 for arguments on the after-arrest bails of four men accused of publishing allegedly blasphemous books about the Ahmadi faith. Moeed Ayaz, Asmatullah, Razaullah and Ghulamullah, employees of Black Arrow Printing Press, were arrested on January 7 as they loaded a small […]

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