• Dawn

    5.1bn people lack meaningful access to justice

    ISLAMABAD: As many as 5.1 billion people around the globe — two-thirds of the world’s population — lack meaningful access to justice, a global report reveals. According to a communication received here, the report by the Task Force on Justice was released at the World Justice Forum in The Hague on Monday. Pointing to a […]

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  • Daily Times

    Senator declares FIA’s progress on dark web cases ‘unsatisfactory’

    Senator Rubina Khalid, on Monday, said that Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Cyber Crime Wing only employed 15 investigators. She said this while chairing a session of Senate Standing Committee on Information Technology and Telecommunication here in Islamabad. The senator also added that the FIA cybercrime cell comprised of 114 persons, whereas, only 15 cyber investigators […]

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  • Dawn

    NAB approves reference against ex-Sindh minister

    ISLAMABAD: The Natio¬nal Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Monday approved a reference against Abdul Rauf Siddiqui, a former Sindh minister, on charges of misuse of authority and making illegal appointments. The decision was taken at a meeting of the bureau’s executive board. According to NAB, the former provincial minister for industries and commerce made 372 illegal […]

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  • Dawn

    Trial of former minister, wife adjourned in illegal asset case

    PESHAWAR: An accountability court on Monday adjourned until May 27 the trial of former federal minister Dr Arbab Alamgir and his wife and former MNA, Asma Alamgir, on the charges of possessing illegal assets. Judge Ishtiaq Ahmad summoned four prosecution witnesses to appear before him on the next hearing. An official of the court said […]

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  • The News

    NAB arrests two more bankers in fake accounts scam

    ISLAMABAD: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has arrested two more bankers in a fake bank scam and mega money laundering case. The NAB Rawalpindi arrested accused Sher Ali, ex–manager operations, HBL, and Muhammad Farooq Abdullah, ex–area manager and branch manager, HBL, Karachi involved in corruption and corrupt practices in case of investigation against the holders […]

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  • Daily Times

    NAB raids Khairpur Food Office over charges of nepotism

    The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Sukkrur on Sunday raided the Khairpur Food Office on complaints about nepotism during distribution of wheat bags. According to sources, the accountability watchdog’s team checked the record of the department and took away Head Clerk Ghulam Akbar Lashari for the probe, besides sealing the warehouses of the department. Residents of […]

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  • Tribune

    Parking mafia

    KARACHI: The people collecting parking fees in every area of Karachi act like a big mafia. Most of these people are stationed without any authority as they are not part of the team stationed by the municipal corporation or parking fees do not apply in that particular area. We are already paying heavy taxes, and […]

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  • The Nation

    Probe underway to recover $1b from corrupt: Shahzad

    ISLAMABAD – Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Accountability, Barrister Shahzad Akbar Sunday said almost 11 billion dollars had been transferred from Pakistan to other foreign countries through money laundering done in previous regimes, of which recovery of one billion dollars was in progress. Talking to a private media channel, he said memorandum of […]

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  • The Nation

    Haj pilgrims warned of fraud

    ISLAMABAD – The National Accountability Bureau has warned the Haj pilgrims against booking themselves with unauthorised tour operators for performing Hajj. In a statement issued by the NAB headquarters Saturday said that all the prospecting Haj pilgrims are being informed not to get booking with unauthorised tour operators for performing Haj. It also urged the […]

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  • Business Recorder

    Alleged malfeasance in LNG deal: Ogra chief moves MoI for removal of name from ECL

    Chairperson Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (Ogra) has approached the Ministry of Interior for removal of her name from the Exit Control List (ECL) placed due to alleged misuse of authority. Uzma Adil”s name was placed on ECL on the request of the National Accountability Bureau which is conducting an inquiry into the 15-year LNG […]

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