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- PM Shehbaz directs the reinstatement of BISP beneficiaries expelled from programme by PTI govt. Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Wednesday issued directives for the reinstatement of “eligible persons” that were removed from the beneficiary list of the Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP) by the PTI-led government.
Lahore court to indict PM Shehbaz, others in money laundering case on May 14. A special court in Lahore on Wednesday stated that charges against Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and others in the Rs16 billion money laundering case will be framed on May 14, asking them to ensure their presence at the next hearing as no further adjournments will be made.
- India ban on studies in Pakistan puts future of Kashmir students at risk ISLAMABAD: India’s decision to effectively ban its citizens from studying in Pakistan has put in jeopardy the future of hundreds of students from occupied Kashmir.
- Bilawal Bhutto becomes Pakistan’s youngest foreign minister. President Alvi administers oath to Oxford-educated PPP chairman, who is 33 years, seven months, and six days of age.
- Imran wants 2m people to gather in Islamabad when he issues call. PTI Chairman Imran Khan said on Wednesday that he wanted two million people to gather in Islamabad when he gives the call to his party’s supporters on a yet unspecified date.
- Asim Ahmad appointed tax chief ISLAMABAD: The government on Wednesday appointed Asim Ahmad as chairman of the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR).
- PTI Chairman Imran Khan meets former CJP Saqib Nisar in Lahore. In meeting with Khan, Nisar says he expressed concerns over social media campaign against judiciary.
- Russia to cut Poland, Bulgaria gas supply over Ukraine war. Russia will halt gas shipments to Poland and Bulgaria on Wednesday, after blasts in a breakaway region of neighbouring Moldova led Kyiv to accuse Moscow of seeking to expand the Ukraine war further into Europe.