• Dawn

    Factory Owners Booked For Gas Theft

    KARAK: The district administration and the SNGPL authorities jointly launched a drive against the illegal commercial gas connections in Karak and registered FIRs against four factory owners and arrested one of them on Sunday. The joint team headed by assistant commissioner, Karak, Abdus Samad Nizamani and SNGPL chief engineer Abuzar paid surprise visits to the […]

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  • Daily Times

    NAB: Curbing Corruption For A Prosperous Pakistan

    Every country must have a system of accountability. This is used to monitor the activities of the departments from the various sectors. Illegal practices leading to corruption must be monitored and controlled. This happens when someone in the organization – at the lower levels or from the executive management – is involved in dishonest practices. […]

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  • Daily Times

    UK’s NCA Recovers Rs 300m From Fraudster Being Probed By NAB

    The United Kingdom’s National Crime Agency (NCA) has recovered Rs 300 million from the family of an alleged fraudster, who fled to Pakistan after committing the crime, sources familiar with the matter in the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) told the media on Sunday. The NAB Rawalpindi has been investigating accusations against suspect identified as Nisar […]

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  • Pakistan Today

    WASA Officials Under Probe Over Multiple Allegations Of Corruption

    LAHORE: The Anti-Corruption Establishment (ACE) Lahore has initiated an inquiry against Water and Sanitation Agency (WASA) officials upon the allegations of misuse of powers by allotting work to blue-eyed vendors, Pakistan Today learnt on Monday. According to sources privy to the matter, an applicant Mushtaq Chaudhary has lodged an application with the ACE director against the Allama Iqbal […]

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  • Samaa

    Pakistan Railways Officer Fighting Corruption Charges Since 2002

    A Pakistan Railways officer has been fighting corruption charges against him since 2002. NAB had accused him of Rs120 million embezzlement while purchasing uniforms for the department’s staff members.  On Monday, the Supreme Court dismissed NAB’s appeal against Divisional Transportation Officer Abid Ali. A reference was filed against him in 2002. A trial court had sentenced him to […]

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  • The News

    Three Held For Running Illegal Gateway Exchange

    FAISALABAD: An FIA team on Saturday raided Wapda Town, Canal Road, and arrested three people on the charge of running an illegal gateway exchange. The team raided and arrested Anwarul Haq, Muhammad Umar and Muhammad Umair. The accused in connivance with Tahir Rafiq were allegedly busy connecting the calls received from various foreign countries to […]

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  • Tribune

    FBR Serves Tax Notices On Restaurants

    ISLAMABAD:  Although there is consensus between the federal and provincial governments on putting off the collection of sales tax from restaurants until an agreement is reached, still sales tax notices are being served on restaurant owners by the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR). Provincial revenue authorities have termed the imposition of sales tax on restaurants […]

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  • Tribune

    CDA Misused Land Acquisition Powers: IHC

    ISLAMABAD:  Islamabad High Court (IHC) has said that Capital Development Authority (CDA) had misused its compulsory land acquisition powers. Extending ban on allotment of plots, except through auction, the court remarked that CDA took land from original owners and distributed it among people from privileged class. The court said that CDA and Federal Government Employees […]

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  • Dawn

    Audit Of Zakat Funds Stressed

    KARACHI: Sindh Minister for Zakat, Ushr and Anti-Corruption Sohail Anwar Sial has said that all those institutions in Sindh getting financial assistance from the department of Sindh Zakat funds have to be audited to verify whether the financial assistance is reaching the deserving and needy persons. He said that under Section 11 of the Zakat […]

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  • Tribune

    ACE To Introduce ‘Cost Of Investigations’

    LAHORE: The Anti-Corruption Establishment Punjab (ACE) has decided to introduce the head of cost of investigations with an aim to encourage transparent procedures and eliminate corrupt tendencies. Under the head, 30,000-40,000 rupees will be awarded for conducting an inquiry and 50,000-60,000 rupees for investigations of a case. ACE Director General Muhammad Goher Nafees, in an exclusive […]

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