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Non-bailable arrest warrent issued against former Pakistan PM Yousuf Raza Gilani

Non-bailable arrest warrent issued against former Pakistan PM ...

The order was passed after Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) issue a detailed charge sheet with 12 cases regarding a scandal of multi billion dollars in the Trade Development Authority (TDAP), reports Dawn. DNA, 3 days ago
Pak court orders arrest of Gilani in graft case Millennium Post, 3 days ago
Arrest warrant out for ex-PM Yousuf Gilani Qatar Peninsula, 3 days ago

Pakistan never probed role of Hafiz Saeed, David Headley in 26/11 attacks

New Delhi: Pakistan’s Federal Investigation Agency (FIA), which probed the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack case, has not investigated the role of LeT founder Hafiz Saeed and the reccee conducted by David Coleman Headley with the help of Pakistan army ...
 IndiaTV News3 days ago 26/11: Pak FIA did not probe role of Hafiz and Headley  Deccan Herald4 days ago Ajit Doval had planned to confront Pakistan on shoddy 26/11 probe during NSA talks  Economic Times6 days ago 26/11 Mumbai attack: Pakistan FIA did not probe role of Hafiz and Headley  Zee News4 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

Pakistan Federal Investigation Agency's DG nails 26/11 lie

New Delhi: India feels that its stand is vindicated in the disclosures made by the Pakistani chief investigator of the 26/11 Mumbai attacks in a newspaper column that the terror strike was planned and launched from Pakistani soil. We have always ...
 Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago India’s dossier contained loopholes in Pak’s 26/11 probe  Times of India3 days ago After Khosa's revelations, India feels 26/11 stand vindicated  MSN News US3 weeks ago 26/11 planned & launched from Pakistan, says ex-sleuth  Asian Age3 weeks ago

Pak red-faced

Tariq Khosa, former director-general of Pakistan’s Federal Investigation Agency, wrote an article in a Pakistan daily detailing the nature of evidence received by Pakistan in the 26/11 terror attacks case and urging Pakistan to make good on Prime Minister ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago 26/11 lead investigator in Pak does a u-turn: Here is why  Oneindia2 weeks ago Pak investigator now says 26/11 executed by 'non-state actors'  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago Islamabad's no terror proof claim refuted by own agency  Times of India3 weeks ago
The Express Tribune

Restraining federal agencies: Sindh asks centre to stop encroaching on its domain

Qaim Ali Shah compla­ins to the prime minist­er about high-handed­ness of the Federa­l Invest­igatio­n Agency PM Nawaz Sharif presiding over a meeting at Governor House, Karachi on August 20. PHOTO: PPI Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago Nisar announces new policy on ECL  ARY News.tv1 week ago Federal agencies 'unnecessarily aggressive' in Sindh, Qaim tells Nawaz  DAWN Group1 week ago Committee to be briefed on anti-graft measures  DAWN Group2 weeks ago

Four years on, Pak FIA realises Lakhvi's …

Karachi, July 19 (ANI): Pakistan's Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has said that Mumbai 26/11 terror attacks accused Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi's voice samples cannot be used as evidence. A senior prosecutor in the Mumbai attacks case said that the ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago Pak govt may not re-challenge Lakhvi's bail: official  Deepika Global3 weeks ago Pak may not re-challenge Lakhvi's bail: Official  Manorama Online3 weeks ago Pakistan govt may not re-challenge Lakhvi's bail  The Freepress Journal3 weeks ago
India Today

Former FIA chief backtracks after claiming `26/11 terror attack was launched by Pakistan`

Former Federal Investigative Agency (FIA) head Tariq Khosa has gone back on his assertions that 26/11 Mumbai terror attack was launched from the Pakistani soil, as per media reports on Sunday.
 Zee News3 weeks ago Mumbai terror attack: FIA chief backtracks after claiming 26/11 terror attack was launched by Pak  India Today2 weeks ago

Pak's FIA confiscates 912 Axact-owned vehicles

Pakistan's Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has reportedly seized at least 912 cars and motorcycles owned by controversial IT firm Axact, which is embroiled in a fake degrees and money laundering case.The agency sent a letter containing a list of ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
Pakistan Observer

FIA names 107 human smugglers thru Red Book

- Islamabad—Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on Wednesday unveiled its red book detailing country's notorious human smugglers. Many of these human smugglers are secretly residing in foreign countries, these days Red book includes 107 human ...
 Pakistan Observer2 weeks ago Official witnesses turn hostile  Qatar Peninsula1 month ago Pakistan Football Federation under radar of FIA  Daily Times1 month ago Frozen accounts : Football federation goes to court against FIA  The Express Tribune1 month ago
Pakistan Observer

Sindh Rangers, FIA seize KMC's data

Karachi: The Pakistan Rangers Sindh and the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) carried out a raid at the Karachi Metropolitan Corporation's Land and Revenue and Engineering departments located at the Civic Centre on Friday night. According to ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago Fed agencies, Rangers tightening noose around PPP Sindh govt  Pakistan Observer3 weeks ago Sindh Rangers, FIA raid KMC's office, seize data  Frontier Post1 month ago Rangers, FIA seize land record during raid at Civic Centre‏  DAWN Group1 month ago
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