• Dawn

    FIA arrests Chinese nationals allegedly involved in human trafficking in Lahore

    The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on Monday arrested eight Chinese nationals from Lahore on suspicions of being involved in human trafficking. According to FIA Lahore Deputy Director Jamil Ahmed Khan Meo, the agency today launched a crackdown across Punjab on the directives of FIA Director General Bashir Memon. The suspects were apprehended during a raid […]

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  • Daily Times

    The many faces of corruption

    Corruption may be nearly as old as human history. As global economy expanded substantially during the 20th century, proceeds of corruption increased in absolute terms. Given its very nature, it is hard to estimate the global magnitude of corruption with certainty. The World Bank estimates that the annual corruption proceeds exceed $1.5 trillion, or 2 […]

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  • Dawn

    Three ACE officials booked for forgery

    DERA GHAZI KHAN: The anti-corruption establishment on Saturday registered a case against its assistant director (land record) and two clerks on charges of embezzlement and forgery. Following a complaint lodged by citizen Shabbir and inquiry findings held by the Dera Ghazi Khan deputy commissioner, the ACE director ordered registration of case against the assistant director […]

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  • The News

    Two mobile phone operators move IHC for order to continue service

    ISLAMABAD: In an unfortunate turn of events, two of the biggest mobile operators Jazz and Telenor have moved Islamabad High Court for an injunction to continue service beyond May 25th when their 15 year license period ends. The case has been fixed before the court of Chief Justice Justice Athar Minallah for hearing on urgent […]

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  • Business Recorder

    SECP asked to demonstrate prudent approach

    The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) Policy Board has barred the SECP from referring cases to the law enforcement agencies including National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) and decided to call back all SECP officials presently deputed at different agencies like NAB/FIA. The SECP Policy Board met at the SECP […]

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  • The Nation

    ‘Local govts have to work under provincial administrations’

    Prime Minister Imran Khan is free to introduce any kind of local government system in the country but no matter what that new system be, the local governments will ultimately remain under the provincial governments. Sindh Local Government Minister Saeed Ghani said this as he spoke to The News on Sunday. When asked if he […]

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  • Business Recorder

    The economics of Corruption

    Prime Minister Imran Khan while addressing the opening ceremony of the second Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in Beijing on “Shaping a Brighter Future” highlighted five impediments to achieving sustainable development goals including his pet theme: white collar crime. While his audience was not domestic yet few Pakistanis who listened to the speech were unaware […]

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  • ARY News

    NAB releases prime accused Shahid Rafi in Rental Power Corruption Case

    Former Federal Secretary Shahid Rafi has been released by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB), sources revealed to ARY News. The former water and power secretary Shahid Rafi is one of the prime suspects in Karkey rental power projects corruption case. Rafi was released after he agreed to return millions he had looted from corrupt practices […]

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  • Business Recorder

    Five bills introduced in the Senate

    ISLAMABAD: As many as five different bills introduced in the upper house on Monday including the anti money laundering bill, Negotiable instrument act 1881, companies act, 2017, the criminal laws bill 2019 and bill to amend the constitution of Pakistan, 1973. The bills were presented by Senator Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, Senator Ghous Muhammad Khan Niazi […]

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  • The News

    Corruption, uplift cannot co-exist: Imran

    LAHORE/OKARA: Prime Minister Imran Khan stressed on Saturday the elimination of corruption was foremost priority of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government as it could not go along with national development. The Prime Minister, in a meeting with Director General Anti-Corruption Ijaz Hussain Shah here, called for indiscriminate action against corrupt elements and assured government’s all-out support […]

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