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  • Retired bureaucrat appointed Auditor General of Pakistan

    ISLAMABAD: The government has finally appointed a retired bureaucrat full-time Auditor General of Pakistan (AGP) — a constitutional post that remained vacant for about five months...

    The Ministry of Finance notified on Tuesday the appointment of Javaid Jehangir, a former grade-22 officer of the Pakistan Audit and Accounts Services (PAAS), as AGP...

  • Rana removed from auditor general’s post

    ISLAMABAD: President Mamnoon Hussain removed Muhammad Akhtar Buland Rana from the office of auditor general on Saturday, according to an announcement by the finance ministry...

    A notification issued by the ministry said that in accordance with the Supreme Judicial Council’s report that Mr Rana had committed misconduct on several occasions, he had been removed from the office of auditor general...

  • Auditor general takes oath

    ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice Nasir-ul-Mulk on Monday administered the oath of office to Rana Asad Ameen as Auditor General of Pakistan at a simple but dignified ceremony...

    The federal finance minister, secretaries of ministries of finance and foreign affairs and representatives of the office of Auditor General Pakistan attended the ceremony...

  • President appoints acting auditor general

    ISLAMABAD: The president on Tuesday appointed Haq Nawaz, a grade 22 officer of the audit and accounts group, as ‘acting’ auditor general of Pakistan (AGP) following a serious constitutional vacuum flagged by the Senate and the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of the National Assembly...

    Article 168 of the Constitution says: “There shall be an Auditor-General of Pakistan, who shall be appointed by the president...

  • Auditor General reports discrepancy of Rs70bn in tax revenue

    ISLAMABAD: The Auditor General of Pakistan has unearthed a variation of Rs70 billion in figures of tax receipts reported by the Federal Board of Revenue and State Bank of Pakistan during 2014-15...

    In the financial year 2014-15, the report observed the figures reported by the five field offices of FBR on account of receipt and refunds were different from what had actually been reconciled with Accountant General Pakistan Revenues...

  • View from abroad: Can’t live with EU — can’t live without EU

    Take a look: Cameron calls for ‘flexible and imaginative’ EU reformsThere is no denying that triggered by demands by Britain’s newly re-elected Prime Minister David Cameron for an across the board overhaul of key EU priorities, the bloc looks set to enter another period of deep introspection on its future direction, main concerns and general raison d’etre...

  • Ehtesab Commission arrests auditor over illegal wealth

    PESHAWAR: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Ehtesab Commission has arrested a senior auditor of the District Accounts Office Shangla on charge of amassing illegal wealth...

    Deputy additional prosecutor general of the commission Lajbar Khan told the court that the suspect had assets disproportionate to his known sources of income...

  • Toshiba files results unapproved by auditor; warns 'its survival in doubt'

    Toshiba Corp filed twice-delayed business results on Tuesday without an endorsement from its auditor and warned its very survival was in doubt, deepening a prolonged crisis at the Japanese conglomerate...

    The filing carried a disclaimer from auditor PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Aarata LLC that it was unable to form an opinion of the results, increasing the likelihood that shares in the nuclear-to-TVs company will be delisted from the...

  • Auditing the auditor

    THE good news is that the Supreme Court has decreed that all government departments and organisations must submit themselves to scrutiny by the auditor general of Pakistan...

    The bad news is that this constitutional body is not fit for the purpose...

  • Auditor slams IMF Greece bailout handling

    WASHINGTON: An independent probe into the IMF’s handling of European bailouts found that it bent its rules and was vulnerable to political pressure as it embarked on the ill-fated 2010 Greece rescue...

    The International Monetary Fund’s Independent Evaluation Office said in its report on Thursday that in the plunge into the eurozone crisis, the Fund’s executive board was poorly informed and exercised too little oversight over decisions...
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