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ProScribe has locations in Australia, China and Japan and serves academia, biopharma and medical device firms.
Straw added: "The power to proscribe terrorist organisations was and is extremely important.
UNDER the Terrorism Act the Home Secretary has the power to proscribe - forbid by law - an organisation believed to be concerned in terrorism.
The report states that the government of Balochistan wrote another letter also dated August 16, 2016, to the Ministry of Interior to proscribe Lashkar-e-Jhangvi Al-Almi and referred to five specific FIRs that recorded their crimes, which included the murders of policemen and Frontier Corps personnel.
Addressing news conference Karachi Police chief Ghulam Qadir Thebo said that the police have arrested target killer Nasir Dhobi aka BBC associated with proscribe LeJ outfit who is involved in various killings on sectarian grounds, including that of Kumeli son from Manghopir area of the city.
Orders were laid before Parliament to proscribe four organisations believed to be linked to Al-Qaeda, including the militant Indonesian group Jemaah Islamiyah.
Once we have evidence against any organisation, we ban them and we proscribe them.
Lord Goldsmith argued: "It is inconceivable that the Terrorism Act 2000 was intended to no longer proscribe an organisation which had previously been proscribed.
He has further directed the Secretary Interior to get the report of the respective provinces with the proposal to proscribe all those organizations who are still indulging the terrorist activities or abetting the extremists.