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  • BBC journalist on trial for Thailand crime reporting

    A British BBC journalist appeared in a Thai court on Wednesday for the start of a criminal defamation trial brought by a lawyer who featured in an investigation about foreigners being scammed of their retirement homes...

    Jonathan Head, the BBC's Southeast Asia correspondent, faces up to five years in jail at the private prosecution on the popular tourist island of Phuket
  • SECP notifies forms for reporting beneficial ownership in companies

    ISLAMABAD: The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) notified on Thursday the forms for reporting beneficial ownership information in companies, to meet the requirements of section 452 of the Companies Act of 2017...

    The annexure I of the law is the form for reporting to the company by the substantial shareholder or officer of a company who is a citizen of Pakistan, including dual citizenship holder, his shareholding...

  • Great local reporting, and its mission, needs saving

    ”That phrase, coined by former publisher Ned Chilton, “means a lot to people here”, executive editor Robert Byers told me last week, shortly after the 37,000-circulation paper won the Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting...

    Buttressed by plenty of hard data, and brought to life by shoe-leather reporting, Eyre’s series hit hard and prompted reform...

  • French journalist expected to leave China over Xinjiang reporting

    BEIJING: A French journalist said she is prepared to leave China and does not expect authorities to renew her press credentials because of her reporting of Beijing's efforts to equate ethnic violence in the western Muslim region with global terrorism...

    The Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs criticised Western media for using double standards in reporting on the violence, and said that terrorism should not be considered ethnic...

  • Qamar honoured for reporting over 400 cricket Tests

    KARACHI: Pakistan’s renowned cricket writer and reporter Qamar Ahmed on Friday night was honoured for covering over 400 Test matches spanning over 42 years with speakers declaring him a journalist par excellence...

    Nadeem, speaking on the occasion, recalled Pakistan’s top cricketer and former captains like Imran Khan and Javed Miandad as well as Sarfraz Ahmed and several others enjoyed support and hospitality of Qamar...

  • SJC warns media against reporting on its sessions

    Also read: CJ dedicates new judicial year to self-accountabilityThe handout also ordered the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority chairman to restrain the electronic media from publishing or airing such unverified stories about SJC and its proceedings...

  • Cost reporting framework for power firms notified

    ISLAMABAD: In a bid to bring transparency in the power sector, the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) has notified the cost reporting regulatory framework for companies generating electricity...

    The SECP notified the Electric Power Generation Industry (Cost Accounting Records) Order, 2015 (Cost Order) for the companies generating electricity under the licences granted by the National Electric Power Regulatory...

  • Reporting on the future

    The hefty report was based on an exhaustive inquiry conducted by the Chief Justice of Pakistan, Mohammad Munir, and a Punjab High Court judge, Rustam Kayani...

    The inquiry was first demanded by Shaukat Hayat Khan, a veteran politician and colleague of Pakistan’s founder, Mohammad Ali Jinnah...

  • ‘Panama to adopt global tax reporting standards’

    TOKYO: Panama will adopt international tax reporting standards and participate in the automatic exchange of tax information by 2018, President Juan Carlos Varela told Japanese media on Tuesday...

    Valera’s comment comes after OECD chief Jose Angel Gurria said on Thursday that Panama had decided to adopt international tax reporting standards...

  • How the Indian media got sucked into reporting ‘alternative facts’

    According to different sections of the Indian media, Hafiz Saeed’s son had incited a crowd gathered in an unidentified location in Pakistan on Kashmir Day to take up arms against India, urging them to “be like Dawood” and exhorting them to violence against the Indian state...

    Who said what?Prominent Indian news outlets — including Asia News International (ANI), Times of India (ToI), Zee News and DNA India — on March 2 and March 3...

  • Banks asked to improve reporting system

    ISLAMABAD: The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has asked banks to improve their reporting system to bring it on a par with International Reporting Standards (IRS) for the exchange of financial information regarding bank accounts of non-residents with members of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)...

    “All banks have been advised to improve their reporting system in the next few months,” a senior tax officer...

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