• The News

    Broadsheet seeks Rs277m in new case against NAB

    LONDON: After getting paid £920,000 (Rs212 million) on 17 August 2021 through a London High Court order and receiving an estimated $30 million (Rs5 billion) from Pakistan, the Broadsheet LLC has started a new claim asking the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and Pakistan government to pay around £1.2 million (Rs277 million) in legal fees and […]

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  • Jung

    لندن: براڈ شیٹ نے نیب اور حکومت پاکستان سے مزید 1.2 ملین پاؤنڈ مانگ لیے

    لندن میں پاکستان سے 30 ملین ڈالر وصول کرنے والے براڈ شیٹ کا نیا دعویٰ سامنے آگیا، براڈ شیٹ نے نیب اور حکومت پاکستان سے مزید 1.2 ملین پاؤنڈ مانگ لئے، مزید 1.2 ملین پاؤنڈ قانونی فیس اور ادائیگیوں کی مد میں مانگے گئے ہیں۔ بینک ذرائع کا کہنا ہے کہ 17 اگست کو براڈ […]

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  • Pakistan Today

    Payment of damages to Broadsheet

    Serious flaws in the working of NAB. NAB and Pakistan government were once again required to make payments to Broadsheet LLC, this time amounting to $1.2 million within a precisely defined time frame failing which the United National Bank (UBL-UK) would be compelled to transfer the secured sum to Broadsheet’s lawyers’ account. Broadsheet reportedly took […]

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  • Dawn

    UK court orders NAB to pay $1.2m to Broadsheet

    LONDON: A London High Court has ordered the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and Pakistan government to pay a sum of 1.2 million dollars to asset-recovery firm Broadsheet LLC by next week. After hearing the arguments from both sides, the court ordered NAB and the Pakistan government to pay $1,222,037 and GBP110 as well as the […]

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  • Jung

    براڈ شیٹ کو 1.2ملین پونڈ کی ادائیگی کیخلاف نیب دوبارہ لندن ہائیکورٹ پہنچ گیا

    لندن (مرتضیٰ علی شاہ) براڈشیٹ کو 1.2 ملین پونڈ کی ادائیگی کے تنازعہ پر اتفاق رائے نہ ہونے پر نیب دوبارہ لندن ہائیکورٹ پہنچ گیا ہے، حکومت پاکستان کے وکلا نے براڈشیٹ اور اس کے سی ای او کاوے موساوی کو کہا ہے کہ وہ 1,222,037.90 ڈالر اور جی بی پی 110 ادا کرنے کو […]

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  • Business Recorder

    Moussavi threatens to sue Saeed over Broadsheet inquiry report

    ISLAMABAD: Broadsheet LLC’s CEO Kaveh Moussavi Saturday asked Pakistan’s Broadsheet case commission head former Justice Azmat Saeed Sheikh to apologise to him within seven days or he will sue the former judge in London High Court over defamation. Rejecting the Broadsheet Commission’s report Moussavi said former Justice Azmat has described him as a convicted person […]

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  • The News

    Moussavi shocked Broadsheet Commission didn’t contact him

    LONDON: A commission of inquiry headed by Justice Azmat Saeed Sheikh has completed its probe into the Broadsheet case but the Broadsheet LLC’s Kaveh Moussavi has questioned why the Broadsheet… Share Next Story >>> LONDON: A commission of inquiry headed by Justice (R) Azmat Saeed Sheikh has completed its probe into the Broadsheet case but […]

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  • 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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