• Dawn

    NAB law may be amended to allow court to grant bail: SC

    ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court has suggested that lawmakers may consider amending the National Accountability Ordina¬nce (NAO) 1999 to enable an accused person to apply for bail to an accountability court. “In the changed scenario, the legislature may, if so advised, consider amending the National Accountability Ordinance, 1999 appropriately so as to enable an accused person […]

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  • Daily Times

    Corruption is one of the major hurdles in the way of Pakistan’s progress: NAB chairman

    ISLAMABAD: “Corruption is the mother of all evils which undermines development and deprives people from their due rights,” National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Chairman Justice Javed Iqabl said on Friday. According to the statement, he said, “Corruption is one of the major hurdles in the way of prosperity and progress of the country. Considering these facts, […]

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  • The News

    Multan metro bus scam: NAB unearths Rs2.2b loss to national exchequer

    ISLAMABAD: The NAB has clarified some reports/news published in a section of press regarding Multan Metro Bus Project and termed media reports/ news concocted, mere speculations and imaginary. Such crime fiction media reports/ news may attract ordinary reader as good past time but does not serve the purpose for prosecution being devoid of plausible incriminating […]

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  • The News

    Brick kiln worker gets Rs9.3m FBR tax notice

    TANK: A brick kiln worker on Friday asked the Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) to take action against the officials of the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) for sending him a notice to pay Rs9.3 million tax for having bought 27 luxury vehicles. He was talking to a group of reporters who met him at […]

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  • The Nation

    Negligence costs private hospital Rs500,000

    Lahore – The Punjab Healthcare Commission (PHC) has imposed a fine of Rs500,000 on a private hospital for showing negligence, said a press release on Thursday. A complainant, Mumtaz Ali, suffering from a liver ailment, had submitted an application to the PHC, alleging he had got his CT Scan and X-ray reports from the Shifa […]

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  • Dawn

    NAB to verify complaints of 600 faulty CCTV cameras

    ISLAMABAD: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) is looking into verifying complaints that 600 CCTV cameras – out of a total 1,800 – that were installed around the capital under the Safe City Project are not functional. The bureau took notice of the complaint on Thursday following the abduction of Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Khyber […]

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  • The Nation

    FIA chief orders crackdown on Hundi operators

    LAHORE – Complying with the orders given by Prime Minister Imran Khan, the FIA chief has asked all the directors of four zones to conduct crackdown on Hundi, Hawla business operators in the country. In a letter, Additional Director-General Basharat Shehzad on behalf of the FIA director-general said that every zone must conduct at least […]

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  • Pakistan Today

    5,500 cybercrime complaints registered with FIA in Lahore this year

    –Sources say people avoid filing online complaints due to slow, time-consuming process –FIA says process not slow, cybercrime cases are treated differently LAHORE: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Lahore registered 5,500 complaints related to cybercrime this year so far, filling the gap in the correlation between cybercrimes and the growing rate of psychological issues among […]

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  • Pakistan Today

    SC bars anti-graft action against CEOs of two cement companies

    ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court (SC) on Monday restrained the Punjab Anti-Corruption Department from taking criminal action against the chief executive officers of two cement factories located in the Kalar Kahar area in a case pertaining to alleged losses to the public exchequer during the setting up of the facilities. As a three-member bench comprising Justices […]

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  • The Nation

    Fake bank accounts: SC seeks report within two weeks

    The Supreme Court on Saturday has directed the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) in the money laundering case to submit its report within two weeks about fake bank accounts. A three-member bench headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Saqib Nisar heard the case in Islamabad. During the hearing, CJP observed that the securities loaned out […]

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