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  • Deviation from business ethics

    PAKISTAN needs to plug resource wastages with an effective check on unfair pricing, if it wants to attain economic efficiency coupled with social well-being...

    Here ordinary people are penalised for the impact on the business of garage owner of cost cutting by employers...

  • Platini refuses to attend FIFA ethics committee hearing

    PARIS: Suspended European football chief Michel Platini will not attend Friday’s FIFA ethics committee hearing in protest at what he condemns as a political process designed to prevent him running to lead the world governing body, his lawyers said on Wednesday...

    The ethics panel is set to rule on their cases, and could impose much longer bans than the provisional suspensions if it finds the men guilty of violations...

  • Lawmakers decide to form Ethics Committee for accountability of senators

    Senators on Wednesday decided, for the first time in Pakistan's history, to form an Ethics Committee for the accountability of members of the Upper House...

    According to the 'Draft Rules on the Procedure for the Committee on Ethics' ? a copy of which was acquired by DawnNews ? any citizen will be able to file a complaint against a member of the Senate...

  • ‘Journalists should know media ethics’

    ISLAMABAD: Senior journalists should give their input to juniors on media ethics...

    He said manipulation of digital age was very dangerous so government should make the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) an independent bodyThe workshop was organised by Unesco in collaboration with Media House, an NGO, at a local restaurant on Monday...

  • FIFA ethics chief probing soccer officials

    ZURICH: The chief ethics investigator of FIFA said on Wednesday he is conducting several proceedings against unnamed football officials based on initial findings from an investigation into the bidding for the 2018 and 2022 World Cup...

    “The independent Investigatory Chamber of the FIFA Ethics Committee is carrying out several proceedings into football officials on suspicion of breach of the FIFA Code of Ethics based on the findings of...

  • FIFA corruption fight ‘setback’ by purge of ethics team

    MANAMA: FIFA’s decision to remove its ethics team was a “setback in the fight against corruption”, one of those dismissed, investigator Cornel Borbely, told a press conference in Bahrain on Wednesday...

    World football’s governing body has recommended that Borbely, along with the ethics judge who helped bring down Sepp Blatter, Hans-Joachim Eckert, not be re-elected at the FIFA Congress which takes place on May 11 in the Gulf...

  • Blatter reasserts innocence ahead of FIFA ethics hearing

    ZURICH: Suspended FIFA President Sepp Blatter again proclaimed his innocence in a corruption scandal gripping the world football body as he prepares to testify this week before the group’s ethics panel...

    ”FIFA ethics investigators called in November for sanctions against Blatter and UEFA chief Michel Platini, both of whom were suspended from their posts for 90 days on Oct...

  • Govt, PBA work on code of ethics for electronic media

    ISLAMABAD: The government and Pakistan Broadcasters Association (PBA) have agreed on a broad code of conduct for electronic media but differences on at least three critical issues still need to be ironed out...

    The code will be announced through a statutory regulatory order (SRO) by the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) if the two sides succeed in resolving the issues...

  • Suspended Blatter appears before FIFA ethics board

    ZURICH: Suspended FIFA President Sepp Blatter appeared before the ethics committee of world football’s governing body on Thursday in a case that could end with him banned from the sport for years...

    The FIFA ethics inquiry began in the wake of the Swiss attorney general office’s decision to open criminal proceedings against Blatter over a $2 million payment to Platini in 2011...

  • FIFA ethics court bans Blatter, Platini for eight years

    ZURICH: Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini were each banned for eight years by the FIFA ethics committee on Monday in a stunning removal of world football's most powerful leaders...

    Ethics judges decided that Blatter and Platini broke FIFA Code of Ethics rules on conflicts of interest, breach of loyalty and offering or receiving gifts...

  • Blatter, Platini banned by FIFA ethics court for eight years

    ZURICH: FIFA president Sepp Blatter and European football boss Michel Platini were both banned for eight years by the FIFA ethics committee on Monday, leaving the global game leaderless as it struggles with a swirl of corruption cases...

    Suspended eight years for what?”Platini was also dismissive of the ethics commission’s work...

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