• Tribune

    NAB warned not to make recoveries by ‘terrorising’ people

    ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Monday warned the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) not to make recoveries by terrorising citizens and directed the bureau to follow the rule of law in this regard. A division bench of the apex court led by Acting Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial took strong exception to the anti-graft watchdog’s officials […]

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  • Business Recorder

    Contract awarded by LESCO: TIP seeks action in response to corruption allegations

    LAHORE: Transparency International Pakistan (TIP) is said to have sought action in response to allegations of corruption in the award of Rs970 million contract for procurement of High-Temperature Low Sag (HTLS) Conductor by the Lahore Electric Supply Company (LESCO), reliable sources in Pakistan Electric Power Company (PEPCO) said. According to a letter written to the […]

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  • Dawn

    Allotment of more than one plot to bureaucrats, judges illegal: IHC

    ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Friday declared that the policy of allotment of more than one plot to top bureaucrats and judges of the superior judiciary was illegal. IHC Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kayani, however, referred the matter for allotment of additional plots to serving and retired judges of the superior judiciary and federal […]

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  • Dawn

    Court asks NAB to submit report on NICL ex-chief’s salaries inquiry by 31st

    KARACHI: An accountability court has given till Aug 31 to the National Accountability Bureau to submit a report with documents related to an investigation into salaries and perks availed by Ayaz Khan Niazi during his three-year tenure as chairman of the National Insurance Company Limited (NICL). Accountability Court-I judge Abdul Ghani Soomro allowed the time […]

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  • Business Recorder

    Violence against women: TI Pakistan concerned at alarming increase

    KARACHI: The Board of Trustees Transparency International Pakistan held a Board meeting on Tuesday, and expressed grave concern over the alarming increase in violence against women, due to the inept response from the state. The Board expressed its deepest shock and condemned the reprehensible attack on woman at Minar-e-Pakistan, Lahore on 14th August 2021 and […]

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  • Ummat

    خزانے کو 75 کروڑ ڈالر کا نقصان پہنچانے کا انکشاف

    چیئرمین واپڈا ذمہ دار قرار۔ وزیراعظم اتنی بڑی کرپشن کی انکوائری کا حکم روک نہیں سکتے۔ ٹرانسپہرنسی پاکستان

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  • Tribune

    Will larger SC bench regulate CJP’s suo motu powers?

    A five-judge larger bench of the Supreme Court led by Acting Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Umar Ata Bandial is set to hear the journalists’ harassment case in a bid to provide clarity in respect of invocation of the apex court’s suo motu jurisdiction on Monday (today). The larger bench was constituted on Friday after […]

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  • The Nation

    Retired senior officers decide to challenge FGEHA plots balloting

    ISLAMABAD – Over 250 retired senior officers have raised questions over transparency and decided to challenge the balloting for allotment of plots in new sectors of the capital, The Nation has learnt reliably. Balloting was supposed to be for allotment of plot numbers as they were already issued allotment letters but were removed from the […]

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  • Dawn

    IHC suspends plot allotments to judges in new sectors of capital

    ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice of the Islamabad High Court (IHC) Justice Athar Minallah on Friday suspended allotment of plots to the capital’s judiciary in sectors F-14 and F-15, observing that this award of land was sheer conflict of interest. The court also issued a notice to the attorney general and sought an explanation from the Ministry […]

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  • Dawn

    SAPMs, judges, others allotted plots in Islamabad’s new sectors

    ISLAMABAD: Two aides to the prime minister, judges of the superior judiciary and top bureaucrats are among the successful applicants for allocation of residential plots in Islamabad’s F-14 and F-15 sectors, according to a list posted by the Federal Government Employees Housing Authority (FGEHA) on its website after ballot on Tuesday. Federal Housing Minister Tariq […]

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