• The Nation

    Bureau filed 53 cases in 11 months

    ISLAMABAD – NAB filed 53 cases in different courts and authorised 55 investigations and 241 inquiries from July to September 2018. According to documents available with The Nation, NAB filed 53 cases and filed a total 147 cases in 2018 till September. NAB filed 55 investigations and 40 have been finalised. The Bureau has also […]

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  • Dawn

    Irregularities in motorway contract award found: NAB

    ISLAMABAD: Confirming irregularities in the award of Rs148 billion Karachi-Lahore Motorway (KLM) project, the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has completed an inquiry and decided to send the case to the next stage of investigation. A source in NAB told Dawn on Sunday that the investigators had ascertained some gross violations of rules and irregularities in […]

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  • Daily Times

    CJP enraged over corruption in PKLI

    Chief Justice Saqib Nisar expressed anger towards the Punjab government on Friday over the working conditions of the Pakistan Kidney & Liver Institute (PKLI). During hearing of a case regarding PKLI, CJP Saqib Nisar remarked that no work was being done while all health-related operations had been halted. “At the last hearing, we asked what […]

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  • The News

    Govt urged to act against ex-chief SECP for ‘alleged’ corruption

    ISLAMABAD: A corporate and tax counsel has asked the authorities to take action against ex-chief of Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) Zafar Hijazi for allegedly making illegal appointments, giving out-of-turn promotions and corruption, The News learnt on Saturday. The tax counsel Mohammad and Ahmad, through Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan Azhar Saddique, filed […]

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  • Tribune

    FIA seizes record of upscale private schools in Karachi

    KARACHI: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has been asked to halt the process of freezing the bank accounts of private schools. The new directive came a day after special teams of FIA raided 16 prestigious private schools in Karachi and took their records into custody. These raids were conducted on the orders of the Supreme […]

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  • Tribune

    Petition seeks sentencing guidelines for NAB

    ISLAMABAD: A constitutional petition has been filed in the Supreme Court, seeking directives for the federal government and the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to formulate and prescribe appropriate sentencing guidelines for white-collar crimes. The petitioner, Aman Ullah Farooq, has also requested the SC to direct NAB to act only in mega corruption case as, according […]

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  • Dawn

    ACE arrests two bank officials for Rs100m ‘fraud’

    BAHAWALPUR: The Anti-Corruption Establishment (ACE) on Saturday arrested two bank officials for their alleged involvement in around Rs100 million fraud in salaries of Civil Hospital staff, including doctors. The ACE team claimed to have taken into custody from court premises the two officials – Azhar Nadeem Ansari (operation manager) and Ikramul Haq (ex-operation manger) – […]

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  • Tribune

    NAB urges society to join fight against

    QUETTA: National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Balochistan Director General Muhammad Abid Javed has said that all institutions have to work together to fight corruption. He was addressing a seminar organised by NAB and Metropolitan Corporation in connection with the World Anti-Corruption Day. People belonging to different walks of life including members of the chamber of commerce, […]

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  • Business Recorder

    FIA team arrests woman involved in LESCO pension fraud case

    LAHORE: A joint team along with female staff of FIA Anti Corruption Circle Lahore on Tuesday arrested a woman involved in LESCO pension fraud case. According to FIA spokesman, the main accused, Naila Nadeem was a stock verifier in NTDC. Rupees 11 million were credited in two accounts of Naila Nadeem. Further investigation is underway.

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  • Pakistan Today

    Landlords found evading taxes, sent notices by FBR

    ISLAMABAD: Influential landlords including well-known politicians have been sent notices by the federal government for tax evasion. It has come to the fore, that three out of four people who were declaring agriculture as the source of income aren’t paying tax on agriculture income in provinces, reports Express Tribune. Amongst those who have been sent […]

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