• Dawn

    FIA arrests alleged human trafficker

    RAWALPINDI: The Federal Investigation Agency’s (FIA) Anti-Human Trafficking Cell arrested an alleged trafficker and recovered eight passports and other documents from his possession in a raid on Tuesday. Kamran Ali, deputy director of the cell, said the raid was conducted in Chandni Chowk following complaints that an agent was extorting citizens in the guise of […]

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  • ARY News

    Working to curb smuggling, corruption, says Ali Zaidi

    WASHINGTON: Minster for Maritime Affairs Ali Zaidi on Tuesday said that his ministry is developing a special system to halt smuggling and corruption, ARY News reported. Talking to Pakistani journalists in Washington, the minister said 5500 million tons of chemical is being released in the river in Karachi on daily basis. The release of chemical […]

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  • Dawn

    Court issues arrest warrant for GE Power representative

    ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad accountability court on Monday issued arrest warrants for a General Electric (GE) Power representative for absconding in a case related to an illegal award for the Rental Power Project (RPP). Judge Mohammad Arshad Malik issued the warrants for GE Power representative Olivier De Pappe because he was not attending court proceedings. The […]

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  • Pakistan Today

    Court extends Ahad Cheema’s judicial remand

    LAHORE: An accountability court in Lahore on Tuesday extended the judicial remand of former director general of Lahore Development Authority (LDA) Ahad Cheema till April 4. The court questioned the investigation officer regarding the status of the final report of the LDA City project. The officer apprised the court that a final report has been […]

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  • Business Recorder

    NAB urged to probe into misuse of funds by Fata-DA

    Tribal Youth Development Society (TYDS) has alleged the Fata Development Authority (Fata-DA) for misappropriation of funds, meant for different road infrastructure schemes and other uplift projects in the tribal districts and urged the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to conduct inquiry into the alleged anomalies in the development funds. Speaking at a news conference at Peshawar […]

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  • Dawn

    20 including two bank managers booked: Textile miller among seven held for tax evasion

    FAISALABAD: The Federal Bureau of Revenue has registered a case of tax evasion against more than 20 people, including two bank managers. On Monday, the bureau arrested seven of the suspects on charges of committing a tax fraud of about Rs212 million. The arrests have been made after a thorough probe into the issue of […]

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  • Dawn

    Drive to retrieve forest land

    HYDERABAD: A meeting held in Jamshoro on Monday decided to finalise strategy against encroachers of government land and start scrutiny of fake entries in the revenue record to be cancelled. It also discussed details of operations to be launched for retrieving 13,264 acres of land in the district. Presided over by Additional Deputy Commissioner-I Shaukat […]

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  • Dawn

    Man accuses police of implicating his son in fabricated cases

    KOHAT: A man has accused the police of implicating his son in false drug smuggling cases and illegally handing him over to the Chakwal police in Punjab. Muslim Khan of Muhammadzai accompanied by his grandmother told a news conference at the Kohat Press Club on Monday that he had been visiting the hujra of federal […]

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  • Dawn

    Rs20 million worth of smuggled goods seized

    RAHIM YAR KHAN: The customs and police officials confiscated a huge quantity of smuggled goods worth Rs20m from a Sadiqabad-bound bus on Sunday. ASP Sadiqabad Dr Hafeezur Rehman Bugti and Customs Officer Akmal Hashmi told journalists in a press conference that they had received reports that a bus, coming from Quetta, was loaded with a […]

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  • Dawn

    Ex-employees seek payment of group insurance

    LAKKI MARWAT: The all retired employees’ coordination council chairman Sifatullah Khan Marwat has asked the government to ensure payment of remaining instalments of group insurance to former employees without delay. Talking to journalists here on Sunday, he said the courts had delivered judgments in favour of former employees but the government seemed reluctant to implement […]

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