Sources said some of the tasks which Pakistan failed to fulfil include failure to take action against all UN-designated terrorists like JeM chief Maulana Masood Azhar, LeT founder Hafiz Seed and the outfit's operational commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi
Global terrorist financing watchdog had placed Pakistan on the grey list in June 2018 and asked Islamabad to implement a plan of action to curb money laundering and terror financing by the end of 2019
Islamabad has claimed that the assertions made by some sections of the media about Pakistan admitting to the "presence of certain listed individuals" are baseless and misleading
Pakistan admits Dawood Ibrahim living in Karachi, imposes financial curbs on underworld don and 87 others
According to a Pakistani govt document, the underworld don, who is wanted in India for carrying out the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts, is said to be staying at White House in Karachi
Pakistan slams India's move to alter J&K's domicile law, accuses New Delhi of 'taking advantage' of global focus on coronavirus
Pakistan has been unsuccessfully trying to drum up international support against India for withdrawing Jammu and Kashmir's special status on August 5 and bifurcating it into two Union territories.
At UN, India asks Pakistan to stop terror funding and dismantle militant camps operating from its soil
India's terse statement came a week after the Paris-based Financial Action Task Force (FATF) decided to retain Pakistan on its 'Grey List' and warned the country of stern action if it fails to prosecute and penalise those involved in terror funding emanating from its jurisdiction.
Foreign investors from Mauritius to continue being eligible for FPI registration with increased monitoring: SEBI
The SEBIannouncement comes after the tax haven was put on the ‘grey list' of Financial Action Task Force (FATF)—an inter-governmental policy-making body that sets anti-money laundering standards
FATF places Iran on blacklist after more than 3 years of warning; US says Tehran must face consequences for continued 'failure' to abide by international norms
The global dirty money watchdog placed Iran on its blacklist on Friday after it failed to comply with international anti-terrorism financing norms, a move that will deepen the country’s isolation from financial markets.
Pakistan to remain on FATF Grey List till June 2020; watchdog warns of action if Islamabad fails to check terror funding
The FATF is an inter-governmental body established in 1989 to combat money laundering, terrorist financing and other related threats to the integrity of the international financial system
Pakistan expected to get four-month breather to fulfil FATF obligations and secure its exit from grey list
Pakistan submitted a 650-page review report to the FATF on 8 January in response to 150 questions raised by the FATF regarding new Pakistani policies on money laundering.
FATF to keep Pakistan in 'grey list' as Turkey, Malaysia extend support; decision comes week after Hafiz Saeed's conviction
The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is likely to keep Pakistan in the grey list and not put it in the black list, reports said on Tuesday. Earlier in the day, the global terror financing watchdog held a review meeting on whether Pakistan had taken sufficient steps and implemented its plan of action to fight terrorism.
FATF to evaluate whether Pakistan has taken enough steps to avoid being blacklisted by global anti-terror financing watchdog in Paris today
International Co-operation Review Group (ICRG), a part of FATF, is scheduled to take the Pakistan issue on Tuesday to evaluate whether the south Asian nation has taken sufficient steps and implemented its plan of action to fight the global menace
FATF says several terror groups continue to get funds from supporters despite anti-terror financing watchdog tightening control on flow of money
The FATF said several terrorist groups continue to benefit from funds raised through illegal activities and from supporters worldwide despite the international terror financing watchdog tightening the standards on the flow of money.
Tayyip Erodgan says will oppose Pakistan blacklisting at FATF, Kashmir matter of concern to both New Delhi and Islamabad
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Friday said he would help Pakistan stay off FATF blacklist at a meeting of a global finance watchdog, a move he suggested would counter 'political pressure' from Islamabad’s critics
Pakistan not meeting FATF obligations would be devastating for its economy, says US diplomat Alice Wells
Not meeting the obligations of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) would have a devastating impact on Pakistan''s economic reform program, a top US diplomat said.
Pakistan may be out of FATF grey list by February due to support from 'all-weather ally' China, say officials
Pakistan may be out of the 'Grey List' of the international terror financing watchdog FATF next month due to the active support of China and tactical support of some Western countries, an official said on Thursday.
Pakistani delegation arrived in Beijing on Sunday for three-day face-to-face talks with Financial Action Task Force Working Group that would start on 21 January
Pakistan anti-terrorism court holds marathon hearing in terror-financing case against Hafiz Saeed, three associates
Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed's lawyers on Wednesday presented their arguments for six hours before a Pakistani Anti-Terrorism Court to defend him in a terror-financing case
Pakistan submits answers on remaining 22 question posed by FATF, details actions taken by govt to curb terrorism, money laundering
Pakistan has submitted answers to the remaining 22 questions posed by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), detailing the actions taken by the government to curb terrorism and money laundering after it put Islamabad on notice
Post Article 370, Pakistan facing policy crises on Kashmir; creating unrest in Valley to internationalise issue Islamabad's last arrow
Pakistan wants to do something spectacular to pump oxygen into the Kashmir issue that is fast becoming redundant due to fatigue and, also, losing legitimacy, with its sharp turn towards Islamic State-styled caliphate jihadism