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  • Internal monitoring, evaluation system to be introduced in NAB

    ISLAMABAD: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has decided to introduce an internal monitoring and evaluation system (MES) to improve its performance and ensure early disposal of cases...

    During the hearing of a case in the Supreme Court on Thursday, NAB Chairman Qamar Zaman Chaudhry had admitted that the bureau lacked a proper monitoring and evaluation system that could help it to analyse its performance...

  • APG reviews Pakistan's 3rd Mutual Evaluation Report on anti-money laundering measures

    The Asia-Pacific Group on Money Laundering (APG) reviewed Pakistan's third Mutual Evaluation Report (MER) that detailed measures taken by the government to counter terror-financing and money laundering from February 2018 to October 2018, a press release by the finance ministry said on Wednesday...

    The MER was adopted by the APG — the regional affiliate of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) — in its 22nd annual meeting that is...

  • A critical evaluation

    This volume is a collection of original essays that attempt to shed light on tax policy in Pakistan...

    However, previous works have been disseminated unevenly and remained largely out of reach of policymakers and researchers interested in tax policy, in general, and tax policy and administration in Pakistan, in particular...

  • IOC’s 2024 evaluation commission gets full LA experience

    LOS ANGELES: The International Olympic Committee (IOC) Evaluation Commission got the full Los Angeles experience on Thursday, playing basketball at the Staples Center, hitting Santa Monica beach and negotiating the city’s notorious traffic...

    After spending Wednesday indoors hearing presentations from Los Angeles 2024 bid officials, the commission and a media caravan fanned out across the ‘City of Angels’ for a tour of proposed...

  • Philippine president needs ‘psychiatric evaluation’, says UN rights chief

    GENEVA: The UN hum­an rights chief said on Fri­day that Philippine Presi­dent Rodrigo Duterte, who has launched profanity-lac­­ed diatribes against United Nations rapporteurs, needs “psychiatric evaluation”...

    Listing some of Manila’s actions against UN envoys, including filing terrorism charges against one, rights chief Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein said “it makes one believe that the president of the Philippines needs to submit himself to...

  • Decline in US aid for Pakistan to hurt Afghan border monitoring

    WASHINGTON: A steep decline in US economic and military assistance to Pakis­tan, detailed in a Cong­ressional report released on Tuesday, could also hurt Washington’s desire to prevent cross-border attacks into Afghanistan, statistics show...

    The report by Congressional Research Service (CRS) shows that US economic and military assistance for Pakistan plummeted from more than $2...

  • Monitoring group offers mixed review of human rights in Pakistan

    The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan on Wednesday offered a mixed report card in its annual look at the state of human rights in the country, welcoming the enactment of new laws to protect women but decrying an uptick in religiously motivated vigilantism...

    The independent monitoring group said Pakistan was among the world's most prolific enforcers of the death penalty, having executed 87 prisoners in 2016...

  • Polio monitoring board enhances targets for Pakistan

    ISLAMABAD: The Independent Monitoring Board (IMB) for Polio has increased a number of targets for Pakistan to eliminate the crippling disease by the end of the year...

    These included an enhancement in the quality of polio campaigns, reduction in the number of missed children, tracing children affected with polio-like diseases and the stability in the leadership of the polio programme...

  • UN chief monitoring situation at India-Pakistan border

    UNITED NATIONS: UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is monitoring the situation at the India-Pakistan border following the recent upsurge in violence along the disputed border and has urged restraint on the part of both governments...

    Eleven civilians were reportedly killed (8 Pakistanis and 3 Indians) in the latest cross-border firing...

  • Pakistan's Financial Monitoring Unit signs deal with UK to counter money laundering, terror financing

    The Pakistani and British governments on Thursday signed an agreement to enhance financial intelligence sharing in order to counter money laundering and terror financing...

    A press release issued on the occasion stated that the FMU in Pakistan and the FIU in the UK had signed an MoU for the establishment of a channel facilitating the efficient exchange of financial intelligence...

  • Monitoring body terms polio in Pakistan ‘political football’

    • Shows concern over highest-ever number of children missed during a recent polio campaign• NHS spokesperson says new strategy formulated to address the issueLAHORE/ISLAMABAD: Brin­ging Pakistan’s political issues under discussion at a global health forum for the first time, the International Monitoring Board (IMB) has declared the ‘polio programme and the importance of delivering polio vaccine has become a political football in the...

  • Jobs and ‘jihad’

    ONE thing is known about Tashfeen Malik: she is a murderer who, along with her husband Syed Rizwan Farook, shot and killed 14 people in San Bernadino, California...

    In a United States riven with paranoia following the attacks in Paris, she has been elevated to a terror mastermind, the lethal Pakistani bride who did not simply participate in the massacre but planned it and egged her husband on to do it...

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