• The Nation

    ANF arrests 32 smugglers

    Rawalpindi – The Anti Narcotics Force has carried out operations against drug mafia across the country seizing huge cache of narcotics and rounding up the smugglers, ANF Headquarters Spokesman informed The Nation on Thursday. The ANF conducted 25 strikes against drug mafia in different parts of country and recovered 3145kg narcotics and arrested 32 suspected […]

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  • Dawn

    CDA sells eight commercial plots for Rs4.048b

    ISLAMABAD: Despite an underwhelming second round of auction for residential plots in the city, the top civic body of the federal capital managed to complete a transaction of eight commercial and industrial plots worth Rs4.048 billion on the third day of its auction of plots. Like the residential plots offered on the first two days […]

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  • Tribune

    NAB files fourth reference in illegal allotments case

    KARACHI: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) filed a fourth reference against former Karachi Development Authority (KDA) director Nasir Abbas and others in an accountability court on Wednesday in the case pertaining to illegal allotments of 13 plots in Gulistan-e-Jauhar. The administrative judge of the accountability courts in Karachi accepted the reference for hearing. The NAB […]

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  • Dawn

    FPCCI slams govt mismanagement, demands restraints on FIA, NAB

    KARACHI: The Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) has asked the government to check the highhandedness of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) acting against businesses. The apex trade body also demanded a reduction of sales tax from the current 17 per cent to 13pc in the […]

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  • Business Recorder

    NAB receives 54,344 complaints, files 590 references till Mar 2019

    ISLAMABAD: Chairman NAB Justice Javed Iqbal said the anti graft watchdog had received 54,344 complaints and filed 590 corruption references in various accountability courts till March 2019. Chairing a meeting to review performance of Operation and Prosecution Divisions of NAB at NAB Headquarters here Wednesday, he said NAB was the only organization which had recovered […]

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  • The News

    PM orders drug prices be reversed within 72 hours

    LAHORE: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday said federal and provincial governments have collected evidence to open new cases against the Sharif family. He was addressing the joint parliamentary meeting of the PTI MPAs and allies during his visit to Lahore. Following the meeting, Provincial Housing Minister Mian Mahmoodur Rasheed talked to the media and […]

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  • Tribune

    Pakistan’s debt pile to swell to 84.1% of GDP by 2023

    ISLAMABAD: The debt pile that Prime Minister Imran Khan would leave behind at the end of his five-year term will be equal to 84.1% of the size of Pakistan’s economy – far higher than the gross public debt at the end of the PML-N government, suggests a new report of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). […]

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  • Tribune

    Political interference crippling market committees in Punjab

    LAHORE: Made for the protection of the economic rights of farmers and citizens, the ‘market committee’ system seems to have failed under the weight of political interference, lack of, funds and poor policymaking on the part of the bureaucracy. Due to the apparent collaboration of market committee staff with wholesalers, farmers do not get optimal […]

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  • The News

    Accused arrested in RPPs scam

    ISLAMABAD: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Rawalpindi has arrested accused Laeeq Ahmed Sheikh in a case of investigation against government functionaries and others regarding corruption and corrupt practices and misuse of authority in award of RPPs contract to M/s Karkey, Karandenis Electric Uratim. As per details, accused Laeeq Ahmed Sheikh is Director of CANNOCK Global […]

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  • Dawn

    Illegal assets case against ex-minister, wife adjourned

    PESHAWAR: An accountability court on Tuesday adjourned until April 29 the trial of former federal minister Dr Arbab Alamgir and his wife and former MNA, Asma Alamgir, in the illegal assets case filed by the National Accountability Bureau, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Judge Ishtiaq Ahmad summoned four prosecution witnesses on the next hearing. An official of the […]

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