• The Nation

    Officials-contractors connivance makes Ramazan Bazaars a corruption hub

    Officials allegedly make bogus bills in name of rent and purchase of equipment, Contracts granted to blue-eyed, unqualified persons DERA GHAZI KHAN – There are four Ramazan Bazaars operating in DG Khan district, and each has been turned into a hub of corruption by the officials of District Administration, Municipal Corporation, and three Market Committees. […]

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  • Dawn

    Archaeology official gets bail in illegal appointments case

    PESHAWAR: A Peshawar High Court bench on Wednesday granted bail to archaeology and museums director Dr Abdus Samad arrested by the National Accountability Bureau three months ago for misusing authority in appointments to different archaeological sites in the province. Accepting his bail plea, Justice Roohul Amin Chamkani and Justice Ishtiaq Ibrahim asked Dr Samad to […]

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  • The News

    NAB arrests four PR officials in signaling scam

    LAHORE: The National Accountability Bureau on Wednesday arrested four high-ranking officials of the Pakistan Railways and the owner of a private firm accused of embezzling millions in the Railways Signaling System project. The NAB has arrested Project Director Fahim Anwar Shah (Grade-20), former chief signal engineer Attaullah (Grade-20), former financial advisor and chief accounts officer […]

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  • Tribune

    Sindh food dept officials booked in Rs1.78b scam

    HYDERABAD: In a Rs1.78 billion scam involving the illicit sale of wheat bags, Sindh Anti-Corruption Establishment (ACE) has booked 25 officials of Sindh food department besides private persons in Sanghar district. The circle officer of ACE, Yar Muhammad Rind, informed on Tuesday that multiple FIRs have been registered against the officials and others after approval […]

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  • The News

    Probe into illegal land allotment gears up

    KARACHI: Provincial Anti-Corruption Department has accelerated investigation in illegal leases, illegal conversion of land, using of poultry and agriculture land for commercial activities etc. in Karachi’s Malir district against officers of Revenue Department. According to the documentary evidences accessed by The News earlier on May 7, provincial Anti-Corruption Establishment’s highest forum ‘Anti-Corruption Committee One (ACC-1)’ […]

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  • Pakistan Today

    Corruption-free Pakistan would pave way for investment: Alvi

    ISLAMABAD: President Dr Arif Alvi on Thursday said that a corruption-free Pakistan would bring in a greater inflow of investment in the country, paving way for prosperity. He said this during an exclusive interview with veteran journalist, senior analyst and Pakistan Today Editor Arif Nizami on Thursday. The president said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has […]

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  • Dawn

    NAB seeks record of PU teachers hired under TTS

    LAHORE: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has sought the record of over 100 Punjab University teachers hired under the Tenure Track System (TTS) till 2016 to probe into allegations that their appointment was made in violation of the Higher Education Commission statutes. In a letter the NAB Lahore asked the PU administration to provide legible […]

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  • Dawn

    SC seeks workable plan from Bahria Town in land case

    ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Tuesday asked property tycoon Messrs Bahria Town (Pvt) Ltd to come up with a workable plan showing a way forward in cases related to the encroachment on forest and Shamlat lands in the areas of Rakh Takht Pari, Rawalpindi and Sulkhtar-Manga lands, Murree. A three-judge bench, headed by Justice Sheikh […]

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  • Tribune

    Court tells Sindh government to finalise law on police reforms by May 21

    KARACHI: Sindh High Court (SHC) directed the provincial government on Tuesday to finalise laws for police reform by May 21. A two-member bench comprising Justice Hasan Azhar Rizvi and Justice Mahmood A Khan heard the contempt of court plea pertaining to non-compliance with judicial orders to make reforms in the police department. Sindh advocate-general Salman […]

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  • Dawn

    BISE to probe into exam raid issue

    BAHAWALNAGAR: The Bahawalpur Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education chairman, taking notice on the incident at McLeodganj examination centre, constituted a three-member inquiry committee on Tuesday which will furnish a report within three days, BISE Controller Tahir Husain Jafri said. The Minchinabad assistant commissioner (AC) conducted a raid on an examination centre on Monday and […]

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