• Dawn

    Another Land Allotment Scam Hits CDA

    ISLAMABAD: A month after the scam of backdated plot allotment hit the Capital Development Authority (CDA), another scandal involving allotment of 59 residential plots in D-13 has surfaced. According to sources, Member Estate Khushal Khan had directed the land directorate on Sept 17 to allot plots to the affected people, whose land had been acquired […]

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  • APP - Associated Press of Pakistan

    Tax Evasion & Money Laundering, Two Different Issues: Chairman NAB

    KARACHI, Oct 24 (APP):Chairman National Accountability Bureau (NAB), Justice (R) Javed Iqbal on Thursday said that there is difference between tax evasion and money laundering and the NAB has not pursued any case of tax evasion as it referred such cases to the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR). He said this in his address to […]

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  • Tribune

    SEPA Takes Action Against Illegal Plastic Recyclers

    KARACHI:  On the directives of Adviser to Sindh Chief Minister on Law, Environment and Coastal Development Barrister Murtaza Wahab, a Sindh Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) team carried out raids against illegal plastic recyclers and zinc oxide manufacturers in Sher Shah. The operation was led by SEPA Deputy Director Waris Ali Gabol and West District assistant […]

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  • Dawn

    SC Seeks Record Of All Gas Cases From High Courts

    ISLAMABAD: The Sup­reme Court on Tuesday summoned from high courts all the pending cases relating to Gas Development Infrastruc­ture Cess (GIDC) 2015. “Let the registrars of all the high courts pass on [to the Supreme Court] the list of all the cases involving GIDC Act 2015 and also notify the respective counsel representing different petitioners […]

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  • Dawn

    Punjmin Ex-MD Remanded In NAB Custody

    LAHORE: An accountability court on Tuesday granted seven-day physical remand of former managing director of Punjab Mineral Development Corporation (Punjmin) Manzar Hayat to the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) in Chiniot mines corruption case. The NAB produced him before the court and sought 15-day physical remand for interrogation. Hayat is accused of awarding illegal contract worth […]

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  • The Nation

    NAB Recovers Rs1.95b From Illegal Housing Society

    ISLAMABAD – National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Rawalpindi has recovered Rs 1.95 billion from the management of a housing society in case of investigation against management of National House Buildings and Roads Development Corporation and others The accused Mian Waseem alias Lucky Ali lured and induced the poor general public by massive advertisement in print, electronic […]

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  • The Nation

    NAB Arrests Senior Bureaucrat In Chiniot Mining Case

    LAHORe     –   The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Lahore on Monday arrested Manzar Hayat former managing director of Chiniot Mines and Minerals company in a case pertaining to the same company. He is due to be produced before a court on Tuesday. A former minister and some others were also arrested in the same case. However, […]

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  • The Nation

    Three Held For Involvement In Financial Frauds

    ISLAMABAD-Criminal Investigation Agency (CIA) of Islamabad Police busted a gang who used to mint money from the people on the pretext of delivering parcel to them from abroad , a police spokesman said on Monday. He said that a team under supervision of DSP CIA Hakim Khan including Sub-Inspector Mushtaq Ahmed arrested three persons of […]

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  • Dawn

    Karak Traders Refuse To Pay Professional Tax

    KARAK: Traders of Rehmatabad, Sordag and Latamber areas have refused to pay the professional tax to the tehsil municipal administration unless they are provided with basic facilities. The decision was made by president and general secretary of the traders’ body, Qaisar Jamal and Liaq Zaman, respectively, while speaking a meeting here on Monday. They said […]

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  • Dawn

    Private Schools’ Fee Issue Likely To Be Settled By Oct End

    ISLAMABAD: Islamabad High Court (IHC) has hinted on settling the matter related to fees charged by private schools by the end of this month. Adjourning the petitions of private schools as well as students’ parents, IHC Justice Aamer Farooq observed that since he had already restrained the Private Educational Institutions Regulatory Authority (Peira) from taking […]

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