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Karachi: Popular Pakistani reporter Chand Nawab was reportedly beaten up by the Karachi Railway police on Tuesday. He went to the railway station to investigate the illegal and unauthorised sale of train tickets. The Railways in Sindh province has ordered a probe. agencies
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