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  • In Gao Suno Badlo’s new song, a parrot and a donkey mock the education system

    All of us complain about the education system in the country and say we want things to change but so we see enough of that sentiment in pop culture?Addressing that issue, musical campaign Gao Suno Badlo released ‘Taleem Ki Chutti,’ a satirical song about the current education system...

    Bearing semblance to Begherat Brigade’s ‘Dhinak Dhinak’ in composition, 'Taleem Ki Chutti' has been sung by Muhammad Umair Ahmad and is produced under the...
  • FATF begins today review of move to put Pakistan on grey-list

    Pakistan’s de facto finance minister, Miftah Ismail, told Reuters last week that the United States and Britain had put forward a motion to place Pakistan on the FATF terrorist-financing watch list...

    If adopted the resolution would place Pakistan on the FATF grey-list of “jurisdictions with deficient anti-money laundering regimes”, where it was from 2009-15...

  • PSX plunges amid unconfirmed reports of Pakistan's placement on FATF grey list

    The Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) plunged on Friday amid rumours of Pakistan being placed on the grey-list by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), with the benchmark KSE-100 index shedding over 500 points after resuming trading for the second half of the session...

    Pakistani officials and Western diplomats say being put on the FATF watchlist could deal a blow to Pakistan’s economy, making it harder for foreign investors and...

  • Government confirms Pakistan will be placed on terror financing 'grey list' in June

    Ending a nearly week-long confusion over Pakistan's placement on a ‘grey list’ of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), the Foreign Office confirmed on Wednesday that the country is set to be added to the watchlist of countries where terrorist outfits are still allowed to raise funds in June...

    Speaking at a weekly news briefing, FO spokesman Dr Muhammad Faisal revealed that a decision to place Pakistan on the watchlist was taken at...

  • Pakistan will be on FATF ‘grey list’ in June, confirms FO

    ISLAMABAD: Confir­ming that Pakis­tan would be on Financial Action Task Force’s (FATF) ‘grey list’ in June, the Foreign Office on Wednesday said Islamabad would strive to overcome the shortcomings in its counter-illicit financing regime...

    “Pakistan will be assigned to the ‘grey list’ in June, once an action plan has been mutually negotiated,” FO spokesman Dr Muhammad Faisal said at the weekly media briefing...

  • Pakistan placed on FATF grey list

    WASHINGTON: Pakistan was officially placed on a terrorism financing watchdog’s grey list on Wednesday, failing the country’s efforts to avoid the designation, diplomatic sources claimed...

    The sources said that the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) took this decision during a plenary meeting in Paris, arguing that Pakistan had failed to act against terror financing on its soil...

  • FATF decision to put Pakistan on grey list criticised

    ISLAMABAD: Former chairman of the Senate and PPP leader Mian Raza Rabbani said on Thursday that Pakistan’s placement on the grey list by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), the world’s terrorism financing watchdog, was unfortunate and it would serve as a disincentive for the country’s fight against terrorism...

    Pakistan was officially placed on the watchdog’s grey list on Wednesday during a FATF’s meeting held in Paris...

  • FATF notifies action plan Pakistan must implement after placement on 'grey list'

    The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) on Friday formally identified Pakistan as a country with "strategic deficiencies" in its anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing regime, notifying the steps the country must take to address the shortcomings...

    Pakistan's placement on FATF's 'grey list', which had been decided in February, had taken effect on Thursday after the country negotiated an action plan with the global...

  • Experts suggest steps for removing Pakistan from FATF grey list

    ISLAMABAD: A nine-member delegation of global experts on Thursday finalised a report envisaging a string of measures for de-listing Pakistan from the grey list of countries from September 2019...

    The visiting team of the Asia/Pacific Group (APG) suggested measures in its report after on-site assessment of prevailing legal and institutional framework during its 11 days of engagement with stakeholders to curb terror financing and money...

  • Pakistan needs diplomatic push to exit FATF grey list

    ISLAMABAD: Apart from technical compliance, Pakistan needs to launch an aggressive diplomatic effort over the next four weeks to secure enough support and votes to exit the grey list of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) — the global watchdog on anti-money laundering (AML) and combating financing terror (CFT)...

    A senior government official told Dawn that the coming FATF Plenary and Working Group meetings in Orlando, Florida,...

  • Progress made to remove Pakistan from grey list

    KARACHI: Significant progress has been made between the May-September period to meet the action plan items set by Financial Action Task Force (FATF) in different areas to demonstrate effectiveness of Pakistan’s AML safety regime, said State Bank Governor Dr Reza Baqir on Monday...

    He, however, stressed the need of putting more effort to make progress on remaining areas to ensure that the country is out of grey list in the next FATF...

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