• The News

    NAB summons five associates of Fazlur Rehman

    PESHAWAR: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has summoned five witnesses in an inquiry against Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI) head chief and Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) President Maulana Fazlur Rahman in a case pertaining to the accumulation of wealth beyond known sources of income. The associates have been directed to appear at the NAB office in Peshawar […]

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  • Dawn

    LNG spot market cold-shoulders Pakistan

    ISLAMABAD: In a major setback to gas-starved consumers, Pakistan could not get even a single bid for three LNG (liquefied natural gas) cargoes meant for the first half of January and attracted the highest price for the second half of the month mainly because of delayed tenders amid rising international prices. Pakistan LNG Limited (PLL) […]

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  • Pakistan Today

    Iqbal’s indictment in NSC case deferred

    ISLAMABAD: An accountability court in Islamabad on Monday deferred the indictment of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) secretary general Ahsan Iqbal in a case pertaining to the Narowal Sports City (NSC) project. Last month, the court had decided to indict Iqbal in the reference on December 7. The process was postponed after an anti-graft prosecutor failed […]

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  • Tribune

    Anti-Corruption Day

    Pakistan is no exception to corruption. We have seen how gradually this cancer has spread in our society gainst Corruption in combating and preventing it. There is much to be done. Pakistan is no exception to corruption. We have seen how gradually this cancer has spread in our society — there are few exceptions now. […]

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  • Dawn

    Mandviwala vows to get NAB blacklisted internationally

    ISLAMABAD: Continuing his tirade against the National Accountability Bureau (NAB), Senate Deputy Chairman Saleem Mandviwala on Sunday accused the accountability watchdog of committing serious human rights violations and vowed to get it included among the internationally-blacklisted organisations as the bureau not only refuted these allegations but also asked accusers to either prove their charges within […]

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  • Dawn

    SC says it is concerned over repeated 90-day physical remand of accused

    ISLAMABAD: Justice Umar Ata Bandial on Friday observed that the Supreme Court on Thursday raised alarm over 90-day physical remand repeatedly sought by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) against the same accused by implicating them in multiple references. A three-judge Supreme Court bench headed by Justice Bandial said that it had never expressed concern when […]

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  • Dawn

    NAB detention

    THE National Accountability Bureau drew the ire of the Supreme Court this week because of its repeated 90-day physical remand of those under investigation. The court was critical of the bureau’s disturbing practice of detaining the same suspects for 90 days by filing multiple references against them. While the court clarified that it did not […]

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  • Business Recorder

    NAB should use its power impartially: SC

    TERENCE J SIGAMONY ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court has said the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) should use its power impartially and not misuse it. A three-judge bench, headed by Justice Umar Ata Bandial, on Thursday was hearing appeals against the Peshawar High Court (PHC)’s decision in a case pertaining to filing of more than one reference […]

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  • Business Recorder

    ‘Illegal’ payment

    NAB issues second notice to Hafeez MONITORING DESK KARACHI: National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Karachi chapter on Thursday issued second notice to Advisor to Prime Minister Imran Khan on Finance and Revenue Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh in case pertaining to illegal payment of $10 million from national exchequer during his previous tenure as the finance minister. […]

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  • Dawn

    NAB unleashed

    The chairman of the National Accountability Bureau, retired Justice Javed Iqbal, has halted proceedings of the fake bank accounts case against Senate deputy chairman Saleem Mandviwala after he blasted NAB for resorting to blackmail in order to extort money from people.

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