• 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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  • The Nation

    Seven more bank accounts hacked by int’l gangs

    SIALKOT – Seven more Sialkot-based exporters bank accounts have been hacked international cyber crime gang(s), said the Sialkot Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI). They have sought urgent help and remedy against the growing incidents of bank account hacking in Sialkot. SCCI Departmental Committee on Media/ Cyber Crime Chairman Umer Khalid disclosed this while addressing […]

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  • Tribune

    Corruption and development – start reforms from the bottom

    KUALA LUMPUR: Prime ministers of Malaysia and Pakistan have one common belief – corruption is the major obstacle to development. For Imran Khan, it is the corruption which is the main reason for under-development, inequality and backwardness of Pakistan. It was evident in his election campaign and in fact his entire political career, which is […]

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  • Dawn

    NAB arrests suspect wanted in Modaraba scam from UAE through Interpol

    The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has arrested a suspect — said to be a religious scholar — wanted in a Modaraba scam worth over Rs7 billion from the United Arab Emirates through Interpol, the bureau’s spokesperson said on Sunday. “An accused, Mufti Abdullah Shaukat, has been arrested by NAB through Interpol from the UAE,” the […]

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  • Pakistan Today

    Buzdar vows to eliminate corruption

    LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar said on Sunday that they are working day and night with the determination of absolute elimination of corruption under the vibrant leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan. In a statement, he said the current government has promoted the trend of transparency in public affairs. He said that Zero […]

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  • Dawn

    Govt ready for ‘meaningful’ talks with opposition on NAB

    LAHORE: Ruling PTI leader and Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar has said that the government is ready for a rational and meaningful dialogue with the opposition in parliament if it believes that the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) is overstepping its jurisdiction. “If the opposition thinks that the accountability institutions are overstepping their jurisdiction, it can spearhead […]

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  • The Nation

    FIA, IB raid Hundi centre in Abbottabad

    PESHAWAR – Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) and Intelligence Bureau (IB) on Saturday jointly conducted a raid on the information that a person namely Khan Muhammad son of Qamar Din resident of Darra Adam Khel Kohat is running an illegal business of Hundi and Hawala here. The joint team of IB Abbottabad and FIA consisted of […]

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  • The News

    FIA arrests two more Hawala suspects in raid

    The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) arrested two more suspects as part of an ongoing crackdown against illegal monetary transactions through Hawala/Hundi. The spokesman for the FIA said that in pursuance to the directive issued by the FIA Sindh director to carry out a crackdown against operators of Hundi and Hawala, all the field units had […]

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  • Daily Times

    Sindh anti-corruption chairman removed from post

    The Sindh Enquiries and Anti-Corruption Establishment Chairman Mukhtar Hussain Soomro has been removed from his position by the provincial government. According to details, a grade-21 officer Inmaullah Dharejo has been appointed as new Sindh Enquiries and Anti-Corruption Establishment Chairman. A notification has been issued by the Sindh government in this regard. However, Mukhtar Soomro has […]

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  • Daily Times

    NAB chairman to examine complaints against bureaucrats

    PESHAWAR: National Accountability Bureau chairman retired Justice Javed Iqbal on Thursday said he would personally examine the complaints of wrongdoings against secretaries, additional secretaries and retired bureaucrats in future and if the need arose, questionnaires would be given to them for clarifying their positions. Denying that the bureaucracy has stopped working due to the fears […]

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