• Business Recorder

    DRAP exposes corrupt practices of company owners

    The DRAP has shown grave concern over spurious drug manufacturer Noor Muhammad Mahar who is nominated accused in more than 155 FIR’s for manufacturing and sale of spurious, unregistered & substandard medicines is still out of grip of law enforcement agencies and operating freely in the society to malign the officers of DRAP in print […]

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  • Dawn

    Audit of Orange Line project’s civil works complete

    ISLAMABAD: The Auditor General of Pakistan (AGP) has said that the accounts of the civil works of the Orange Line Metro Train (OLMT) project have been audited and the audit report is being presented to the Punjab governor. According to a statement issued by the AGP office, the audit of the civil works of the […]

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  • Dawn

    ECC decides to notify outstanding Nepra tariff

    ISLAMABAD: The Economic Coordina¬tion Committee (ECC) of the cabinet decided on Monday to notify an outstanding tariff determined by the power regulator that would increase average electricity rates by about Rs2 per unit, based on tariff differential subsidy earmarked in the budget, with financial impact of around Rs200 billion. A meeting of the ECC presided […]

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  • Pakistan Today

    Petroleum division to approach NAB to investigate Pak-Qatar LNG deal

    ISLAMABAD: The second deal of LNG supply with Qatar worth Rs10 billion signed by the previous government of Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) was inked without the approval of the federal cabinet and the economic coordination committee of the federal cabinet, Pakistan Today has reliably learnt. Earlier, an initial inquiry launched on the advice of […]

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  • Dawn

    Supreme Court declares PIA CEO’s appointment null and void

    The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Monday declared the appointment of Pakistan Inter¬national Airlines (PIA) CEO Musharraf Rasool Cyan as null and void, citing a “violation of guidelines during his appointment procedure”. A three-member bench of the SC, under Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar’s stewardship, gave the verdict while hearing two separate PIA-related cases: one […]

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  • Dawn

    Pakistanis own assets worth $150bn in UAE, SC told

    The Supreme Court was told on Monday that Pakistanis own around $150 billion worth of properties and assets in the UAE alone. The revelation came in a report compiled and presented in court by chartered accountancy firm A.F. Ferguson. The report was submitted in connection with a SC case on Pakistani nationals’ properties and bank […]

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  • Daily Times

    Anti-Corruption Dept arrests govt official for corruption

    The Anti-Corruption Establishment’s (ACE) branch in Gujranwala on Sunday arrested a grade-17 officer for his alleged involvement in corruption and misuse of power case. Reportedly, former town officer Qalab Abbas allowed construction of commercial buildings in Aroop town without acquiring No-Objection Certificates (NOCs) from builders, causing a massive loss to government exchequer. The ACE lodged […]

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  • The News

    NAB committed to ‘Accountability for All’ policy

    Islamabad : Justice Javed Iqbal, Chairman NAB has said that NAB has committed to nab corrupt, proclaimed offenders and absconders with iron hands as NAB has adopted policy of seeing case not face to nab corrupt as per NAB’s ‘Accountability of All’ policy, says a press release. He said that the year 2017 was the […]

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  • Pakistan Today

    IRS officers share deplorable working conditions, elitism in bureaucracy

    LAHORE: A recent post by a group of income tax officers has been making rounds on social media. The post is addressed to the Prime Minister of Pakistan, and elaborates on the deplorable conditions under which Civil Superior Services (CSS) officers have to work in, the differences between various groups such as Pakistan Administrative Service […]

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  • Dawn

    Four more railway cases to be referred to NAB, says Rashid

    LAHORE: Minister for Railways Sheikh Rashid Ahmad has said four more cases pertaining to railways will be sent to the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) for probe. “Eight cases regarding railways are already being probed by the NAB and we will forward another four cases to the Bureau, including the utilisation of railway land by Shalimar […]

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