• Tribune

    AGP Finds Irregularities Of Rs307.57b In PSO Affairs

    ISLAMABAD: The Auditor General of Pakistan (AGP) has found irregularities amounting to Rs307.57 billion in the financial affairs of the Pakistan State Oil (PSO). In its report, the AGP has pointed out the loss to the national exchequer caused by the PSO’s financial irregularities and listed details of its profit last year. According to the audit […]

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  • Urdu Point

    Illegal Hiring’s Of Grade16 To Grade 18 Officers Alleged

    ISLAMABAD, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News / Online – 19th September, 2019) Illegal hiring’s for grae-16 to grade-18 positions were made in different government departments, including Federal Investigation Agency (FIA), sources said on Thursday.Despite departmental inquiries against illegal hiring, many officers were regularized allegedly taking bribe. The sources said some officers were also sacked from their positions for refusing bribe. However, […]

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  • Dawn

    Artefacts Smuggling Bid Foiled, Two Held In Charsadda

    CHARSADDA: The district police foiled an attempt to smuggle artefacts, including statues of Buddha, in a truck and arrested its driver along with an alleged smuggler here on Wednesday. District police officer Irfanullah Khan had constituted a raiding party after receiving information that artefacts, including Buddha’s statues, would be smuggled from Peshawar to Gilgit and […]

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  • Tribune

    Rs500m Recovered By NAB K-P In 2 Years

    The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Chairman Justice (retired) Javed Iqbal on Tuesday visited the provincial office of the accountability watchdog and reviewed the performance of the regional office. Chairing a meeting, Justice Iqbal said that white-collar crimes, including mega corruption cases are their top priority. The NAB chairman clarified that NAB has decided not to take […]

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  • Daily Times

    Taking Mega Corruption Cases To Logical Conclusion Top Priority: NAB Chief

    Justice Javed Iqbal Chairman National Accountability Bureau (NAB) said the menace of corruption has infiltrated and corroded the society like termite and only available remedy was surgery to exterminate it completely. The foremost priority of NAB was to take the mega corruption cases to logical conclusion. From out of a total of 179 mega corruption […]

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  • Dawn

    Two Arrested For Defrauding Public

    LAHORE: The Federal Investigation Agency cyber crime on Wednesday arrested two people for allegedly involved in extorting money from public at large through different forex websites. “Acting upon complaints, a team conducted a raid at a hotel in Cavalry Ground, Lahore, where suspect Muhammad Asif and Qasim Raza were running his illegal business. They would […]

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  • Dawn

    Six Implicated In Illegal Extraction Of Gold

    TAXILA: Six people, including five officials from the Punjab Mines and Minerals department, have been implicated in the illegal extraction of millions of rupees worth of gold on the pretext of quarrying gravel and sand from the Indus River near Attock, according to sources in the Punjab Anti Corruption Establishment (ACE). ACE Rawalpindi Director Arif […]

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  • Tribune

    NAB Summons SECP Commissioner, Chairman In CSM Case

    LAHORE  :  National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Lahore has summoned commissioner, chairman and commission secretariat Securities & Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) for investigations in Chaudhry Sugar Mills case. Tahir Mahmood has been asked to appear before an investigation team on September 27, 2019 at NAB Complex, Thokar Niaz Baig Lahore. The notification issued on September […]

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  • Tribune

    Rs8.8m Recovered, Land Retrieved

    SARGODHA:  The Anti-Corruption Establishment recovered Rs8.8 million from fee defaulters and retrieved 193 kanals of state land during the last six days. ACE officials said on Wednesday that during a drive against land grabbers, ACE Assistant Director Muhammad Asghar, along with district authorities, retrieved 193 kanals of agricultural state land worth Rs29 million in Sahiwal […]

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  • The News

    NAB Chief To Take Mega Corruption Cases To Logical Conclusion

    PESHAWAR: National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Chairman Justice (retd) Javed Iqbal on Tuesday vowed to take mega corruption cases to a logical conclusion. He said this while chairing a meeting during his visit to the NAB Khyber Pakhtunkhwa office. The NAB chief said that the anti-graft body was making sincere and strenuous efforts for eradication of […]

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