Ishaq Dar News
Panama Papers case: Pakistan court decides to approach Interpol to issue 'red warrant' for Finance Minister Ishaq Dar
Pakistan's National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Thursday decided to approach the Interpol for the arrest of former Finance Minister Ishaq Dar
Panama Papers probe: Islamabad HC dismisses Nawaz Sharif's plea to club three corruption cases against him
The Islamabad High Court on Monday dismissed ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's plea to club three corruption cases against him.
A defiant Nawaz Sharif appeared before an anti-graft court on Thursday to face trial in the corruption cases linked to the Panama Papers scandal even as the ousted prime minister claimed that the courts in Pakistan had "double standards".
Panama Papers case: Pakistan court starts proceedings to declare Finance Minister Ishaq Dar a proclaimed offender
An accountability court ordered initiation of proceedings to declare Pakistan's Finance Minister Ishaq Dar as a proclaimed offender in a graft case in Islamabad.
Panama Papers: Nawaz Sharif, family may face travel restrictions as Pakistan begins process to name them in Exit Control List
Ousted premier Nawaz Sharif and four of his family members can soon be barred from leaving Pakistan in connection with the Panama Papers case as the country's anti-graft watchdog has initiated a process to place their names on the Exit Control List, a media report said on Saturday.
A Pakistani accountability court on Tuesday inched closer to declare the London-based sons of ousted premier Nawaz Sharif as proclaimed offenders in the Panama Papers case.
Panama Papers probe: Pakistan court issues warrant against Finance Minister Ishaq Dar in disproportionate asset case
A Pakistani anti-graft court on Monday issued a bailable arrest warrant against finance minister Ishaq Dar in connection with the Panama Papers scandal
The National Accountability Court had indicted Dar last month in the case pertaining to his owning assets "beyond his known sources of income".
Pakistan's ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif on Friday filed a petition in the Supreme Court, challenging the filing of multiple graft cases against him
Ousted Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif will be present during his indictment proceedings in the accountability court on Monday in three corruption and money laundering cases involving his family's offshore properties, his party said on Sunday.
Pakistan's finance minister Ishaq Dar was indicted by an anti-corruption court hearing the Panama Papers case for possessing assets beyond known sources of income.
An Islamabad-based accountability court on Wednesday issued the summons for deposed Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his sons Hussain and Hassan for 19 September in cases filed by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) over alleged corruption by the ruling family.
Pakistan's Supreme Court accepted a plea to form a five-judge bench to hear the review petitions of ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif and his family.
has forwarded four references, prepared against the Sharif family, to its headquarters in Islamabad proposing seizure of the entire assets of ousted Prime Minister
Pakistan's ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has vacated the official residence and shifted to the hill resort of Murree along with his family, days after he was disqualified by the Supreme Court
Chaudhry Nisar on Thursday vowed to quit politics and end his association with the ruling PML-N if and when the Supreme Court rules on the Panama Papers case involving Nawaz Sharif.
Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif's elder son Hussain Nawaz on Tuesday appeared before a JIT for the sixth time in connection with the Panama Papers probe.
Indus water dispute: Pakistan's FM talks to World Bank chief, objects to pausing arbitration process
Dar said that delaying arbitration would seriously prejudice Pakistan's interests and rights under the bilateral Indus Waters Treaty which was signed in 1960.
Pakistan, unlike India, will not demonetise Rs 5,000 notes or withdraw Rs 40,000 prize bonds, with Finance Minister rebuffing media reports, saying "these rumours are baseless and no such proposal is under consideration."
The ADB has refused to commit funds for Pakistan's $14 billion dam project on Indus river in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), two years after the World Bank declined to fund the project following Islamabad's refusal to seek an NoC from India.