• Pakistan Today

    NAB Executive Board Approves Filing Of Three Corruption References

    ISLAMABAD: In a meeting, the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Executive Board has approved the filing of three corruption references against various individuals for inflicting a loss of millions of rupees to the national exchequer. The approval was granted by Chairman Justice (retired) Javed Iqbal who chaired NAB Board s meeting held in Islamabad on Wednesday. The Board approved a […]

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  • Tribune

    859 Suspects Arrested By Lahore NAB Since 2017

    LAHORE:  Less than 0.009% of the total numbers of persons called upon as part of the investigation process have been arrested since 2017 by the Lahore National Accountability Bureau (NAB). The bureau’s report revealed that only 859 accused were arrested over solid evidence against them, out of approximately 0.1 million individuals during probe of ongoing […]

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  • ARY News

    Sindh Healthcare Commission To Sue Anti Corruption Department

    KARACHI: Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Sindh Healthcare Commission Dr. Minhaj Qidwai Tuesday announced to take legal action against anti-corruption Sindh, ARY News reported. A team of anti-corruption East, last week, had raided Sindh Healthcare Commission Office over complaints of financial irregularities. Addressing a press conference, Dr. Qidwai strongly denounced the attempts to malign Sindh […]

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  • Urdu Point

    FIA Cyber Crime Wing Registered 57000 Complaints

    Islamabad (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News / Online – 15th October, 2019) The Federal Investigation Agency Cyber Crime wing has received more than 57 thousand cyber-crime complaints regarding anti state and objectionable material on social media, internet, twitter.Despite of lack of facilities FIA has conducted 18232 inquiries and registered 68 cases against culprits, more than 92 accused have been arrested.This was shared by FIA sources , […]

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  • The News

    FBR Warns Insurers To Comply With Guarantee Standards

    ISLAMABAD: Tax authorities warned insurance firms on Monday over their role in underwriting billions of rupees of Afghan transit trade as several of them allegedly went into default after misusing the trade facility. FBR Chairman Shabbar Zaidi told The News that some insurance companies were not charging average fee on Afghan transit trade (ATT) cargoes […]

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  • Dawn

    Govt Committed To End Smuggling

    QUETTA: The government is committed to end smuggling and encourage legal trade with neighbouring countries including Iran and Afghanistan, Chairman Senate Standing Committee on Commerce Mirza Khan Afridi said on Monday. He was addressing a press conference called by the Quetta Chamber of Commerce and Industry as movement of trade remained suspended at the Pak-Iran […]

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  • The News

    NAB To Conduct All Inquiries Within Prescribed Timeframe

    Islamabad :Justice (r) Javed Iqbal, Chairman National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has said that corruption is mother of all evils and NAB is committed to root out corruption by adopting ‘Accountability for All’ policy with iron hands, says a press release. Chairman NAB not only getting briefing from every wing of NAB regularly he has directed […]

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  • ARY News

    NAB Summons REDAP Chairman In Fraud Case

    LAHORE: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Lahore has summoned Resolvers and Executors of Dimensional Affairs in Pakistan (REDAP) Chairman Muhammad Rehan Azhar in a fraud case, ARY News reported. According to sources the NAB has directed REDAP chairman Rehan Azhar to appear before the NAB to record his statement in the case. He was asked […]

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  • ARY News

    NAB Apprehends Eight Officials Of Forest Dept In Rahim Yar Khan

    RAHIM YAR KHAN: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Monday apprehended forest officers among eight officials of the forest department on corruption charges, ARY News reported. NAB sources said that the held officials’ corrupt practices caused a loss of Rs980 million to the national exchequer. Those arrested include Muhammad Ramazan, Muhammad Ahmed, district officer Javeed […]

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  • The Nation

    NAB Filed 106 References In 2 Years

    LAHORE – The Lahore National Accountability Bureau filed at least 106 corruption references during the last two years and also recovered one trillion and six billion rupees. A NAB spokesman on Saturday claimed that the NAB’s recovery was the largest and unprecedented during the last 17 years. The recovery amount includes direct recovery as cash […]

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