• Jung

    خسرو بختیار کیخلاف آمدن سے زائد اثاثوں سے متعلق اپیل سماعت کیلئے مقرر

    اسلام آباد(آئی این پی) سپریم کورٹ نے وفاقی وزیر خسرو بختیار کے آمدن سے زائد اثاثوں سے متعلق اپیل سماعت کے لیے مقرر کردی،چیف جسٹس پاکستان جسٹس گلزار احمد نے وفاقی وزیر خسرو بختیار اور ان کے بھائی وزیر خزانہ پنجاب ہاشم جواں بخت کے خلاف آمدن سے زائد اثاثوں سے متعلق درخواستوں کی سماعت […]

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  • Bol News

    Petitioner seeks separate hearing of Fawad Chaudhry’s asset concealment case

    ISLAMABAD: Veteran journalist and anchorperson Sami Ibrahim said on Tuesday that he plans to move an application in Islamabad High Court (IHC), urging it to separately hear the asset concealment case filed against Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry and not attach it with the alleged graft case of former president Asif Ali Zardari. Sami Ibrahim filed […]

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  • Dunya News

    NAB KP recovers millions of looted money in hajj scam

    PESHAWAR (APP) – line with the enforcement policy to nab corrupt and recover looted money from them, National Accountability Bureau Khyber Pakhtunkhwa recovered millions of looted rupees in hajj scam. NAB KP office informed on Tuesday that a complaint was received by its bureau regarding public cheating in the name of hajj applications. During the […]

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  • Dawn

    High court seeks NAB report on probe into govt projects

    PESHAWAR: The Peshawar High Court on Tuesday directed the National Accountability Bureau to produce a detailed report about progress on its investigation into the alleged irregularities in the government-funded Billion Tree Tsunami project, Bank of Khyber recruitment, and award of the Malam Jabba Ski resort land lease. A bench consisting of Justice Roohul Amin Khan […]

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  • Business Recorder

    ‘New technology’ to reduce power consumption by 40-60pc: Faraz

    ISLAMABAD: Science and Technology Minister Shibli Faraz, on Tuesday, claimed that the government was working to develop a ‘new technology’ that would help reduce power consumption by 40 to 60 percent and result in significant reduction in electricity bills. “Prime Minister Imran Khan directed me that Ministry of Science and Technology (MoST) take every step […]

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  • The News

    NAB starts graft probe into National Drainage Programme scam

    PESHAWAR: National Accountability Bureau (NAB), Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, has initiated an inquiry against the officials of the Public Health Engineering Department for corruption of Rs 756 million in the National Drainage Progra-mme schemes. Preliminary probe revealed that most of the schemes were awarded to hand-picked blue-eyed contractors, while a company belonging to a close relative of […]

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  • Dawn

    Millions of rupees lost in Gomal varsity fee scam

    PESHAWAR: The cash-starved Gomal University Dera Ismail Khan has been deprived of several millions of rupees of fees through fake bank receipts, according to sources. A preliminary inquiry, conducted by the university administration, found that Rs7.8 million was collected in lieu of students’ fee but the amount was never deposited in its bank account, a […]

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  • Dawn

    NAB chairman says: Corruption references worth Rs1,305 bn currently in courts

    ISLAMABAD: National Accountability Bureau Chairman Justice (retd) Javed Iqbal has said some 1,273 corruption references worth Rs1,305 billion are being heard by accountability courts currently. In a statement issued on Sunday, he said NAB had not only arrested the big fish for the first time in the country’s history but also brought them to justice […]

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  • Jung

    سپریم کورٹ سے ملازمین و ججز کو دیے گئے پلاٹس کا سوال غیر آئینی؟

    اسلام آباد (انصار عباسی) پاکستان انفارمیشن کمیشن کی مداخلت پر، اسلام آباد ہائی کورٹ نے پہلے ہی کمیشن کو وزارت قانون کے توسط سے آگاہ کر دیا ہے کہ عدالت کے کسی بھی حاضر سروس جج نے کسی بھی سرکاری اتھارٹی میں پلاٹ کے حصول کیلئے درخواست نہیں دی تاہم اسی طرح کی درخواست جب […]

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  • Dawn

    Parliamentary panel approves constitutional amendment to appoint SC judges on basis of seniority

    A parliamentary panel on Tuesday unanimously approved a number of amendments to the Constitution related to judicial appointments to the Supreme Court, most prominent among which was elevation of high court judges on the basis of seniority. At present, according to Article 175A of the Constitution, only the chief justice of Pakistan is appointed from […]

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