• Daily Times

    Broadsheet Chronicles

    In yet another installment of the sordid saga of Broadsheet, the UK-based asset recovery firm has paid the Sharif family 20,000 pounds. It is simply standard British practice for a petitioner to pay the other legal team once it asks for withdrawal of a case (Broadsheet has pulled out of its claim on Aventfield properties […]

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  • GEO News

    Kaveh Moussavi’s cousin offered $40m cut to Anjum Dar on ‘$500m’ owed by Pakistan

    Dar’s lawyers contradict claim that he showed Moussavi pictures of himself with Nawaz, allegedly offering a $25-million bribe on his behalf. Anjum Dar rejects claim of offering$25-million bribe to Moussavi in 2012 on Nawaz Sharif’s behalf, calls it “baseless”. Email trail shows Moussavi actively engaged to find ways to get money from Pakistan, including without […]

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  • The News

    Over £250,000 commission expose

    LONDON: The Broadsheet LLC’s owner Kaveh Moussavi had challenged Daily Mail reporter David Rose to sue him at the London High Court for defamation claiming that David Rose asked for £250,000 commission from him and became bitter towards him when the deal didn’t go ahead. Kaveh Moussavi invited David Rose to initiate a legal case […]

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  • GEO News

    Kaveh Moussavi challenges David Rose to sue him over £250000 kickback expose

    Kaveh Moussavi invited David Rose to initiate a legal case against him if he thought that the commission claim was untrue. Broadsheet CEO claims UK journalist earnestly worked for a new assets recovery deal between Broadsheet and the Pakistani government. Kaveh Moussavi alleges the Daily Mail journalist has been involved in trying to plant dirty […]

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  • The News

    Zafar Ali QC says Kaveh Moussavi offered him $2m to get Broadsheet the $29m owed by Pakistan

    Three people who Kaveh Moussavi claims acted on behalf of the Pakistani government, have accused the Broadsheet CEO of lying. LONDON: The three people who Broadsheet CEO Kaveh Moussavi claims acted on behalf of the Pakistani government on a possible new assets recovery deal for Pakistan, have accused Moussavi himself of lying, making wilful misrepresentations […]

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  • Dawn

    Politics fuels the Broadsheet narrative

    ISLAMABAD: The Broadsheet award made public on Monday is a sweeping indictment of Pakistan’s legal and prosecutorial performance in the last two decades and lays bare the rank incompetence and political perfidy displayed by officials of the National Accountability Bureau and successive governments. The award is now being used to turbo charge partisan narratives regardless […]

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  • Dawn

    PAC asks AGP for Broadsheet probe report

    ISLAMABAD: The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) on Tuesday asked Auditor General of Pakistan (AGP) Javed Jahangir to probe the Broadsheet affair and submit a report within 10 days. PAC chairman Rana Tanveer Hussain said that the amount paid to the foreign company may be recovered from the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) if the report held […]

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  • Dawn

    Govt forms legal panel to look into UK court findings

    ISLAMABAD: The federal cabinet on Tuesday formed an inquiry committee to be headed by a former judge of the Supreme Court or high court with the task to investigate in 45 days the “fresh revelations” in a verdict of a British court in the UK-based asset recovery firm Broadsheet LLC case and fix the responsibility […]

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  • The News

    Tariq Fawad Malik: the founder of messy Broadsheet deal

    LONDON: The state of Pakistan is assessing the mega loss of reputation and $65 million in litigation to the Broadsheet LLC that was formed with just £200 but one person who laid the foundation of this mess is Tariq Fawad Malik, a Lahore textile trader, who was able to convince General (retired) Amjad, the National […]

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  • Dawn

    UK judge rebukes NAB in Broadsheet ruling

    ISLAMABAD: A deliberate decision was made by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to disregard the known risk of economic harm to the Broadsheet LLC, as the claimant submits, to turn a blind eye to damages that would or might be caused to the Broadsheet by entering into May 20, 2008 Settlement Agreement with Jimmy James […]

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