FEDERAL INVESTIGATION AGENCY
Over 600 Pakistani women sold as brides to China
The list, obtained by The Associated Press, was compiled by Pakistani investigators determined to break up trafficking networks exploiting the country’s poor and vulnerable. China’s Foreign Ministry said it was not aware of the list. The report said police discovered two illegal marriage bureaus in Lahore.
Angry Chinese boss arrested for pushing Pakistani worker into furnace
The foreigner reportedly lost his cool after the worker failed to compr...
No mention of any link between Masood Azhar with Pulwama attack in India's dossier: Pakistan
Addressing a weekly briefing here, a spokesperso...
Specify steps to curb terror finance: India to Pakistan
India raised 28 Pakistan-related queries at the just-concluded Financial Action Task Force (FATF) meet in Sydney.
Hussain Haqqani denies getting any warrant from Pak over inquiries
The Supreme Court had issued warrants to the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to produce Haqqani, a prominent critic of Pakistan's military and political leadership, before it in January last year, but the Interpol has refused to issue an arrest warrant against him.
Pak seizes smuggled Indian DTH worth Rs 7.83 cr in nation wide crackdown
According to the report, in the absence of local DTH, the subscribers were opting for other illegal means, which include Indian DTH services.
Data of almost all Pakistani banks hacked: Report
The disclosure comes days after around 10 banks blocked all international transactions on their cards, following concerns raised about a breach of credit and debit card data, Geo News reported.
Pak SC forms committee to curb DTH device's smuggling from India
Chief Justice of Pakistan Saqib Nisar regretted that such devices mostly consisting of Indian channels resulted in draining of hard-earned money out of Pakistan.
Over Rs 10,000 crore laundered through fake bank accounts: JIT to Pak SC
The FIA is investigating large-scale money laundering cases after the Supreme Court appointed the JIT to probe into the into the money laundering cases.
FATF team not happy with Pakistan's efforts to combat terror financing: Report
Currently placed on the FATF'S 'grey list', Pakistan has been scrambling in recent months to avoid being added to a list of countries deemed non-compliant with anti-money laundering and terrorist financing regulations by the FATF, a measure that officials here fear could further hurt its economy.
FATF team in Pakistan to examine steps taken against terror financing
The team includes experts from British Scotland Yard, US Department of Treasury, Financial Intelligence Unit of Maldives, Indonesian Ministry of Finance, Peoples' Bank of China and Justice Department of Turkey.
Mumbai terror attack trial in Rawalpindi stuck
Former Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif had assured both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his predecessor Manmohan Singh of taking this case to its logical conclusion.
Pakistan's new government bans VIP protocol to 'influential people' at airports
The interior ministry has directed the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) that no government official or other VIPs would be given protocol at airports.
Asia Pacific Group asks Pakistan to enact anti-terror financing laws
The Asia Pacific Group on Money Laundering will submit a report to the Paris-based Financial Action Task Force (FATF) which placed Pakistan on its 'grey list' in June. The APG's Mutual Evaluation report can play a critical role in retaining or removing Pakistan from the list after September next year.
Pakistan anti-graft body approaches Interpol, seeks Red Corner Notices against Sharif's sons
The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has submitted an application to the Interpol headquarters in France with the request to issue the red warrants of Hasan and Hussain, the report said, quoting sources.
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