• The News

    Pursuit of Sharif’s alleged $1 bn ended with disputes over ‘demands’

    The deal collapsed when Broadsheet resisted demands of ‘cuts’ by Pakistani officials. LONDON/ISLAMABAD: A proposed deal between Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government and asset recovery firm Broadsheet has fallen through over the issue of “cuts” allegedly being demanded by a Pakistani official, The News has learnt. According to a document containing text message exchanges and meeting […]

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  • Business Recorder

    Kidney Hill case

    Reference filed against Mandviwala, others. ISLAMABAD: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Wednesday filed corruption reference against Deputy Chairman Senate Saleem Mandviwala, his brother and other six accused in the Accountability Court for their alleged involvement in illegal allotment plots of the Overseas Cooperative Housing Society Limited (OCHSL) (Kidney Hill) case. According to a document […]

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  • Dawn

    Moussavi allegations open can of worms

    Broadsheet LLC owner Kaveh Moussavi has turned his guns on the incumbent government and called on Prime Minister Imran Khan to publish the arbitration order that resulted in the loss of a whopping $29 million to the national exchequer. LONDON: Days after accusing the Sharifs of offering him a bribe to drop an investigation, Broadsheet […]

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  • The News

    List of targets NAB assigned to Broadsheet

    ISLAMABAD: When Gen Pervez Musharraf initiated an anti-corruption drive in 2000, the National Accountability Bureau had registered scores of people as targets and assigned them to Broadsheet LLC, a firm then hired for tracing assets allegedly made with corrupt money. The Sharif family was on the top of the list of the registered targets whereas […]

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  • Dawn

    Rs180bn corruption unearthed in AGP office: PM

    • Expresses no confidence in institution • Cabinet forms body to look into Broadsheet’s revelations • Tabish told to continue working as SAPM on power ISLAMABAD: The federal cabinet on Tuesday expressed no confidence in the office of Auditor General of Pakistan (AGP), with Prime Minister Imran Khan saying that corruption amounting to over Rs180 […]

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  • Jung

    نیب نے 200 اہداف کے نام براڈ شیٹ کو فراہم کئے

    اسلام آباد ( عمر چیمہ ) 2000 میں اس وقت کے فوجی حکمراں جنرل پرویز مشرف نے کرپشن کے خلاف مہم شروع کی تو قومی احتساب بیورو نے کون کیا ہے کی حیثیت سے اہداف کو براڈ شیٹ کے ساتھ شیئر کیا ۔اس فرم کی خدمات کرپشن سے بنائے گئے مبینہ اثاثوں کا کھوج لگانے […]

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  • Dawn

    Row over firm’s claims about Sharifs ‘bribe offer’

    Broadsheet’s Moussavi says he met an individual named Anjum Dar twice: Hussain Nawaz denies any offer

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  • Samaa

    NAB is lying to the people of Pakistan: Broadsheet CEO

    Calls the institution ‘a conspiracy to defraud Pakistanis’ Broadsheet CEO Kaveh Mousavi has rebutted the claims made by the Pakistani government, particularly its National Accountability Bureau, following the seizure of $28.7 million from the Pakistan High Commission’s account in London. He was speaking to Pakistani journalist Irfan Hashmi in a video uploaded on YouTube Monday. UK-based firm […]

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  • The News

    The question of cost-effectiveness

    Since its inception the NAB has spent a total of Rs 25.36 billion and managed to recover only Rs 99 billion directly, having a net benefit of nearly Rs 74 billion in 18 years from its prosecutorial activities On the 4th of January Prime Minister Imran Khan appeared proud. Ten years of dark ages have […]

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  • Pakistan Observer

    NAB in focus

    THE National Accountability Bureau (NAB) was once again under the focus of the top court on Wednesday when it observed that the anti-graft watchdog always punishes people accused of petty offences and leaves untouched the principal accused named in corruption references. A three-judge bench made the observation during the hearing of a bail plea filed […]

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