Corruption

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court has issued notices to the federal government and National Accountability Bureau on petition against all the Pakistanis whose names are mentioned in the Panama Papers. A two-member bench headed by Justice Ejaz Afzal heard petitions on Thursday against 436 Pakistanis mentioned in the Panama Papers. While presenting his argument, Advocate Tariq […]

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In his campaign and administration, Trump surrounded himself with people who were connected to the Panama Papers data. Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, received financing from the Steinmetz family, who used multiple Mossfon companies and HSBC bank accounts. Kushner also did a $295 million real estate deal with Lev Leviev, an Israeli oligarch known as the […]

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The death of Daphne Caruana Galizia, assassinated at the age of 53 with a car bomb, is a profound loss to investigative journalism, democracy, free speech and the honest citizens of Malta. Relieved by it will be those responsible for organised crime, corrupt politicians and shady police officers in the Mediterranean island republic. Caruana Galizia, […]

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The death of Daphne Caruana Galizia, assassinated at the age of 53 with a car bomb, is a profound loss to investigative journalism, democracy, free speech and the honest citizens of Malta. Relieved by it will be those responsible for organised crime, corrupt politicians and shady police officers in the Mediterranean island republic. Caruana Galizia, […]

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Late in October, global financial advisory firm Appleby posted a curious statement on its website, stating it had been contacted by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) regarding a massive data leak from its offices. The strength of the statement, robustly denying any wrongdoing, and the mention of the consortium showed something big was […]

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LAHORE (Dunya News)- In a startling development, it has been learnt taxpayers  numbers keep on plummeting in Pakistan after release of Panama Papers by International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ). As per details garnered, only 8 lac taxpayers have filed annual income tax returns thus far despite third extension in deadline by Federal Board of […]

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The unprecedented purge targeting royals in Saudi Arabia, initiated by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, has also had the effect of creating ripples in Pakistan’s politics, a country that has deep diplomatic, military and strategic ties to the Kingdom. Within hours of the news of the purge filtering out, Pakistani politicians were busy targeting each […]

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Nick Ismail Corruption scandals have grabbed media headlines for the past five years with an incredible rise in awareness around bribery and corruption in both the public and private sectors. And the reason? The rise of information sharing in tandem with stringent corporate and ethical guidelines instituted by government as well as the corporations that […]

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A series of high-profile prosecutions have ended in failure or been overturned by courts, while high-profile leaders model bad behavior publicly. … read more at: https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2017/11/a-golden-age-for-corruption/546143/

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opinion By Jeff Kanani A former head of the public service, Dr Sally Kosgei, has been mentioned in a new wave of offshore leaked documents, The Paradise Papers. The papers indicate that Dr Kosgei, the Taita-Taveta University chancellor, used a Mauritius-based company to buy apartment buildings worth more than Sh100 million in central London. Last […]

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The ‘Rule of Law’ resolution regarding Malta has just passed in the European Parliament in Strasbourg. With 466 votes in favour, just 49 against, and 160 abstentions, this resolution will now head to the the other EU organs, such as the Commission and the Council, as well as the governments of other Member States and Malta. […]

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opinion By Jeff Kanani A former head of the public service, Dr Sally Kosgei, has been mentioned in a new wave of offshore leaked documents, The Paradise Papers. The papers indicate that Dr Kosgei, the Taita-Taveta University chancellor, used a Mauritius-based company to buy apartment buildings worth more than Sh100 million in central London. Last […]

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