• The News

    CM orders crackdown on hoarders, profiteers

    LAHORE: The Punjab government has ordered a province-wide crackdown on hoarders and profiteers. According to a handout issued here Sunday, Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has directed the Cabinet’s sub-committee on Price Control in this regard and ordered indiscriminate action against hoarders and profiteers. He said that steps should be taken to control prices of […]

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  • The News

    SHC seeks report on NAB inquiry against former federal minister

    The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Friday directed the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to submit progress report with regard to the status of investigations and filing of reference against former federal minister Ijaz Khan Jakhrani in a corruption case. The direction came on a petition of Jakhrani, a Pakistan Peoples Party leader, who had been […]

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  • The News

    Ex-DIG handed over to NAB in graft cases

    LAHORE: Federal Investigation Agency on Monday handed over custody of former DIG Gilgit-Baltistan Junaid Arshad, accused of uploading obscene images of his former wife on social media, to National Accountability Bureau to interrogate him in corruption cases against him. Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) had arrested most wanted former DIG Junaid Arshad in March. It has […]

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  • The News

    NAB chairman hears public complaints at his office

    ISLAMABAD: Chairman National Accountability Bureau Justice (R) Javed Iqbal on Monday said eradication of corruption and recovery of looted public money is the top most priority of NAB and it was taking all possible measures to recover the looted thousands of rupees in Mudarba and Musharka scams and has so far arrested 36 accused persons. […]

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  • Business Recorder

    NAB recovers Rs303bn from corrupt: Chairman

    ISLAMABAD: Justice Javed Iqbal, chairman National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Monday said the anti graft watchdog had recovered Rs 303 billion from corrupt elements and deposited it into the national exchequer. NAB was taking serious measures to recover the looted money in Mudarba and Musharka scams. In a statement, he said NAB had so far apprehended […]

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  • Daily Times

    National Bank graft case is movings at a snail’s pace, laments IO

    The graft case involving a former president of the National Bank and 13 others accused in corruption of over Rs 21 billion, is moving in a snail pace, investigation official said in the court here on Monday. According to the investigation officer, one year had passed since the statement recorded by a witness in the […]

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  • Dawn

    FIA probing Asian black bear issue

    ISLAMABAD: Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) is investigating the issue of confiscation of Asian black bear, which was recently released by Marghazar Zoo authorities on the directive of Islamabad High Court. Sources in the Metropolitan Corporation Islamabad (MCI) said FIA was also probing the matter as to how the bear was confiscated. “Apparently, on the complaint […]

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  • Dawn

    NAB arrests senior police officer

    LAHORE: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Monday arrested a senior officer of the Punjab police in income beyond means case. “The NAB arrested SSP Junaid Arshad for possessing assets beyond his known sources of income. The suspect acquired several plots worth millions of rupees in Lahore and Islamabad by misuse of power of his […]

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  • Dawn

    ACE registers case against Minchinabad AC

    BAHAWALNAGAR: After an initial inquiry, the Anti-Corruption Establishment has registered a case against the Minchinabad Assistant Commissioner (AC) and registry muharrar for allegedly misappropriating government funds. According to ACE circle and inquiry officer Abdul Qayyum, the FIR was lodged on Monday against AC Mudassir Arif Khokhar and registry muharrar Abdul Malik. He said a number […]

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  • Dawn

    Former CHK head, five others acquitted in Rs6.5m graft case

    KARACHI: An accountability court on Saturday exonerated a former medical superintendent of the Civil Hospital Karachi and five others from charges of embezzling Rs6.588 million funds meant for medicines procurement. Dr Mirza Raza Ali, the then CHK MS; Nazeer Ahmed Arain, owner of the hospital’s pharmacy and four distributors — Mansoor Ahmed Khan, Muhammad Ismail […]

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