• Tribune

    K-P’s anti-graft department sacks 105 ‘corrupt’ officers

    Before it can tackle corruption elsewhere, the provincial anti-graft department has sacked 105 of its own employees after receiving complaints from senior officials about their illicit practices. According to the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) Anti-Corruption Establishment (ACE), the department has initiated action against its own employees after it received complaints from senior officials that some individuals were […]

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  • Pakistan Today

    SHC extends interim bail granted to ex-IGP, others

    KARACHI: The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Wednesday extended the interim bail granted to former Sindh Inspector General Police (IGP) Ghulam Hyder Jamali and other police officers in National Accountability Bureau (NAB) references filed against them for attempting corruption in Sindh police funds. The bail extension is until December 4. A division bench of the […]

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  • Pakistan Today

    Retired scientist retrieves Rs2.7 million lost to suspected fraud transactions

    ISLAMABAD: A retired scientist, Dr Yousuf Khilji, who had lost Rs2.7 million due to suspected fraud transactions, was given his money back after the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) sent a notice to the bank. Earlier in the week, Khilji claimed that all his savings were lost in suspected fraud transactions within 17 hours between October […]

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  • Business Recorder

    NAB files reference against management of Commerce Ministry Housing Society

    ISLAMABAD: National Accountability Bureau Rawalpindi on Monday has filed a reference against the management of Ministry of Commerce Employees Cooperative Housing Society and others. The accused namely President Ministry of Commerce Employees Cooperative Housing Society, Rana Ghulam Farid, Ex-Vice President Syed Amir Hussain Shah, General Secretary Mazhar Hussain, former executive members Muhammad Akram Awan, Muhammad […]

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  • Dawn

    Six officers suspended in CDNS fraud case

    ISLAMABAD: The government on Monday suspended the services of six officers of Central Directorate of National Savings (CDNS) for misplacement of record and loss to public funds at a Lahore branch. A notification said the six officers were ‘directly or indirectly involved in the said scam’ and had been suspended on completion of an investigation […]

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  • Dawn

    30 fake accounts unearthed in KP: FIA

    PESHAWAR: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has unearthed in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 30 benami accounts from which transactions worth billions of rupees have been made. FIA’s KP Director Mir Wais Khan told Dawn that most of the benami accounts were traced in the far-off areas of the province like Swat and Besham. “We have recently completed […]

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  • Pakistan Today

    CDA fails to recover Rs16.2m embezzled by its officers

    ISLAMABAD: The top officers of Capital Development Authority’s (CDA) Environment and Parks Directorate, accused of embezzlement of Rs16.2 million in parking fees of Lake View Park, were tried and punished by courts but the civic agency has not only failed to take proper action against them but has also failed to retrieve the money embezzled […]

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  • The News

    PPDC official admits embezzling Rs500m

    LAHORE: Former chief financial officer of Punjab Power Development Company (PPDC) Ikram Naveed has confessed to embezzling Rs500 million in three different government companies and departments, The News has learnt. He is stated to be the right-hand man of Imran Ali, the son-in-law of opposition leader in National Assembly, Shahbaz Sharif. It has learnt that […]

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  • Business Recorder

    Eradication of corruption top priority of NAB

    ISLAMABAD: Eradication of corruption and recovery of looted money from the corrupt is the top most priority of National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and it has recovered about Rs 2,580 million from corrupt elements during one year. NAB has only not chalked out proactive anti-corruption strategy by adopting “Accountability for All” policy but also during the […]

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  • The News

    Three held for ‘corruption’

    PAKPATTAN: The Anti-Corruption Establishment on Saturday arrested three accused for corruption. TheAnti-Corruption Establishment arrested accused Khalid, Arshad and UC 44 secretary Liaqat for tampering with documents of Ghulam Rasool. Further investigtion is under way. MURDER OF SAMIUL HAQ CONDEMNED: PML-N MNA Mian Ahmad Raza Khan Manika has condemned the murder of JUI chief Maulana Samiul […]

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