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Published: 01:18 PM, 7 Dec, 2022
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♦ Fact-finding committee’s report into Arshad Sharif murder submitted to SC: 592-page report says Arshad’s murder was orchestrated: Role of foreigners is vital in the case and warrants an investigation as slain journalist’s hosts especially Waqar Ahmad failed to give satisfactory answers: Reveals Waqar Ahmad has links with international intelligence agencies: Says trajectory of bullets that hit Arshad Sharif does not match the firing pattern

♦ Asad Umar’s apology prompts court to dispose of contempt case: PTI leader says his intention was not to target any judge or judiciary

♦ PM’s son Suleman decides to return, seeks protective bail

♦ Schools in Lahore to remain closed for 3 days a week: Notification issued: Punjab govt imposes environmental emergency, declares city calamity-hit amid rising smog

♦ Maulana Fazl demands disbandment of controversial NAB: PDM chief says two-thirds majority needed in parliament to abolish NAB

♦ Shahbaz Gill admitted to hospital in Lahore over ‘breathing issue’: PTI leader’s medical examination is being conducted at VVIP room: Ward sealed, police deployed for security measures

♦ No let-up in smog blight as Lahore remains 2nd most polluted city

♦ Case of minor girl’s rape-murder by uncle lodged in Karachi: Autopsy confirms Alisha raped, strangled to death: Body hanged to portray suicide: Police arrest the accused

♦ Rare leopard found dead in Margalla Hills

♦ US court throws out lawsuit against Saudi crown prince in Khashoggi murder: Judge accepts American govt’s stance that Saudi prime minister enjoys immunity in US courts

♦ Ramos bags hat-trick as Portugal crush Swiss to reach World Cup quarters: Will clash with Morocco in quarter-final

♦ Morocco beat Spain on penalties to reach World Cup quarter-finals

♦ Junaid Jamshed's sixth death anniversary observed

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