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  • NAB reference filed over illegal sale of plots in Gwadar

    QUETTA: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Monday filed a reference following an investigation into the illegal allotment of 581 plots allegedly by some senior officials of the Gwadar Industrial Estate and Development Authority (GIEDA), which caused a huge loss to the national exchequer...

    The suspects violated rules and regulations for illegal allotment of commercial and industrial plots to their friends and relatives... ...

  • SAPMs, judges, others allotted plots in Islamabad’s new sectors

    ISLAMABAD: Two aides to the prime minister, judges of the superior judiciary and top bureaucrats are among the successful applicants for allocation of residential plots in Islamabad’s F-14 and F-15 sectors, according to a list posted by the Federal Government Employees Housing Authority (FGEHA) on its website after ballot on Tuesday...

    Both of them had applied for plots before their retirement from government service...

  • Housing scheme board members allot plots to themselves in Islamabad

    • Names not included in list of allottees on FGEHA website • Spokesman says members secure plots as service benefitISLAMABAD: While making public the allotment of plots to judges, bureaucrats and journalists, the executive board of the Federal Government Emplo­yees Housing Autho­rity (FGHEA) had silently decided to secure pricey plots for themselves in posh housing sectors of Islam­abad’s F-14 and 15 sectors against the recommendations of the...

  • 120 plots allotted to people affected by land acquisition in Islamabad's E-12

    ISLAMABAD: The Capital Development Authority (CDA) on Monday allotted 120 more plots to people affected by land acquisition in sector E-12, paving the way for development of stalled sectors, which was launched back in 1989...

    Over 4,000 people have been waiting to get possession of developed plots in E-12, but because of a dispute between CDA and villagers, they have been suffering...

  • Sale of CNG in Islamabad prohibited for 10 hours a day

    ISLAMABAD: The sale of CNG as fuel has been prohibited for 10 hours a day from Thursday onwards due to the disruption in the supply of gas and to facilitate domestic consumers...

    The Islamabad deputy commissioner therefore put a restriction on the over 80 CNG stations in the city regarding the sall of CNG as fuel for the next two months...

  • Sale, purchase of animals in sectors on Islamabad banned

    ISLAMABAD: The capital administration has imposed a ban on selling, purchasing and movement of sacrificial animals in sectors, sources told Dawn...

    Although the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has designated an area in I-12 for the cattle market, certain sellers move to sectors with the objective to earning higher profits, the sources said...

  • Islamabad urges world to check illegal uranium sale in India

    ISLAMABAD: President Dr Arif Alvi has urged the international community to take serious note of the recent illegal uranium sale in Indian black market, raising the concern that such radioactive material can fall into wrong hands endangering human lives and security of the nations...

    Pakistan, from the very beginning, had advocated for a negotiated settlement of the Afghan imbroglio, as war was no solution to any dispute that...

  • New York exhibition plots rise of global fashion

    But if the four most important fashion destinations are Paris, New York, Milan and London, then who comes next?“There are a lot of cities vying for that fifth and sixth place,” said exhibition co-curator Ariele Elia...

    Her picks are Sao Paulo, Seoul and Shanghai, with a special mention for newbie Istanbul, which started a fashion week in 2009...

  • IHC cancels plots allotted to the ‘privileged and influential’

    ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Monday scrapped federal government housing ventures in sectors F-14 and F-15 of the capital, where members of the judiciary, powerful bureaucrats, influential lawyers and journalists were among the beneficiaries...

    Deciding petitions filed against the acquisition of land for these sectors, the court asked the Capital Development Authority (CDA) to take over the under-developed housing...

  • ‘Hundreds benefitted from plots policy’

    LAHORE: The list of 13 people who were allegedly allotted plots by Nawaz Sharif as Punjab chief minister from 1985 to 1990 could be the first of so many “other beneficiaries” of the same favours, sources in Lahore Development Authority told Dawn on Saturday...

    “Mr Nawaz Sharif had allotted plots as the chief minister to many and they were in hundreds,” a source in the LDA said, claiming that Mr Sharif had done so under his...

  • NAB reopens Lahore Development Authority plots case against Nawaz

    LAHORE: A day before ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif is appearing before an accountability court in Islamabad in corruption and money laundering cases, the National Accountability Bureau, Lahore, on Monday launched another investigation into illegal allotment of plots against him...

    “The NAB has re-launched investigation for allotting Lahore Development Authority plots to 13 people in violation of the rules and the laid-down...

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