• Pakistan Today

    TIP calls for action against NBP claiming admission of corruption

    ISLAMABAD: The Transparency International Pakistan (TIP) has asked Finance Minister Shaukat Tarin to take action against the National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) for the violation of PPRA rules in awarding a Rs26 billion contract of scanning and indexing documents to a single bidder. According to details, the anti-corruption watchdog has written another letter to the […]

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  • Dawn

    $130m okayed to buy 10m doses by June 30

    ISLAMABAD: As the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) opened vaccination for people over 18 years of age from Thursday, the government on Monday approved a $130 million grant (about Rs20 billion) to purchase 10m doses of Covid-19 vaccine before June 30. The estimated amount required to inoculate the target population of 72m against coronavirus […]

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  • Dawn

    Ordinance about officer’s term sparks legal debate

    ISLAMABAD: The presidential ordinance for extending the term of top law officer of the anti-graft body has generated a debate in legal circles, as the matter was sub judice and the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) prosecutor general had already been reappointed for another term of three years in February. According to federal minister for law […]

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  • The News

    Imran’s across-the-board accountability

    ISLAMABAD: Nearly a dozen members of the federal and provincial cabinets belonging to the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) have had to step down over the last 33 months after their names figured in scandals or inquiries. Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhary Fawad Hussain has already said that Prime Minister Imran Khan’s accountability policy was obvious […]

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  • Urdu Point

    Contractors Allege Irregularities, Corruption In Irrigation Department

    PESHAWAR, (APP – UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News – 30th May, 2021 ) :The government contractors associations have alleged corruption and favoritism in the allotment of contracts to blue-eyed contractors in the Irrigation department Kohat division. Addressing a press conference here on Sunday, executive member of the provincial government contractors association, Rafiullah Khan and district […]

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  • Business Recorder

    Financial corruption: Farooq Sattar demands probe against Sindh govt

    KARACHI: Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan (MQM-P) senior leader and head of Organization Restoration Committee (ORC) Dr Farooq Sattar on Sunday urged the government to form a high level commission to conduct a detailed audit of what he called Sindh government’s financial corruption during the last 12 years, especially after the province was granted additional powers […]

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  • Tribune

    Govt seeks support against Isa

    ISLAMABAD: As part of a three-pronged strategy, the federal government has started seeking support of bar associations against Supreme Court judge Qazi Faez Isa who is in line to become the chief justice of Pakistan ahead of the next polls. On April 26, the Supreme Court – with a majority of 6 to 4 – […]

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  • The News

    NAB makes numerous cases against politicians but hardly ever gets anyone convicted

    ISLAMABAD: Although politicians remain the focus of the National Accountability Bureau’s anti-corruption drive, the Bureau has hardly ever managed – save in a handful of cases—to get any of them convicted. Many top politicians belonging to different political parties–including former prime ministers, chief ministers and ministers–have been accused of corruption by NAB, with references filed […]

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  • Jung

    جسٹس فائز عیسیٰ نظرثانی کیس، ہوسکتا ہے دوبارہ اپیل فائل نہ کریں، فروغ نسیم

    کراچی (ٹی وی رپورٹ) وفاقی وزیر قانون بیرسٹر ڈاکٹر فروغ نسیم نے کہا ہےکہ ہمیں محسوس ہوا کہ جسٹس قاضی فائز عیسیٰ نظرثانی کیس میں چھ ججوں کا فیصلہ درست نہیں ہے، ہم نے ایف بی آر کی رپورٹ تو نہیں دیکھی لیکن ایف بی آر کا اسسیسمنٹ آرڈر ضرور دیکھا ہے، ایسی پیشرفت بھی […]

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  • The News

    NAB makes numerous cases against politicians but hardly ever gets anyone convicted

    ISLAMABAD: Although politicians remain the focus of the National Accountability Bureau’s anti-corruption drive, the Bureau has hardly ever managed – save in a handful of cases—to get any of them convicted. Many top politicians belonging to different political parties–including former prime ministers, chief ministers and ministers–have been accused of corruption by NAB, with references filed […]

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