Accountability Archive

Transparency International 2009 Report on Pakistan: An Analysis: In its annual Corruption Perceptions Index, the TI said Pakistan’s 2009 Corruption Perceptions Index Score is 2.4, and of the 180 countries and in its ranking as the most corrupt country it has slipped five ranks, from 47 in
‘Sharifs used paper mill to whiten money’ – Ishaq Dar’s confession: By Azaz SyedFriday, 13 Nov, 2009Dawn Senator Ishaq Dar, while accusing Nawaz and Shahbaz Sharif of money laundering, also implicated himself by confessing in the
Nawaz Sharif’s (temporary) NRO for the wife of Yusuf Raza Gilani: After the “minus one” campaign, do you know who will be the next in line? Yes, it will be our very dear, (apparently) acceptable to Nawaz Sharif and ISI, Prime
Good instincts are not enough, Mr Zardari! – by Talat Masood: Good instincts are not enough Monday, September 28, 2009 (The News)Talat Masood The country faces an extraordinary situation. No one trusts its top political leadership. The print and electronic media is in overdrive to give it a bad name
Nawaz Sharif, Shahbaz Sharif and the Sugar Crisis in Pakistan: More than 50 percent sugar mills in Pak owned by politicians August 23rd, 2009 – 6:22 pm ICT by ANI Islamabad, Aug.23 (ANI): More than 50 percent of sugar mills in Pakistan are owned by political leaders, and despite
King Abdullah says that any step against Musharraf could affect Pak-Saudi ties: It is interesting to see that Musharraf’s meetings with Saudi king have been distorted and misrepresented by a member of the usual pro-Nawaz, pro-Taliban propaganda cell, i.e. Saleh Zaafir (of The News). It may be noted that Saleh Zaafir,
Qadam barhao Nawaz Sharif: Not only against Musharraf but also against Hamid Gul and Zia: An interesting analysis by Latif Chaudhry. Also watch a video clip of Nawaz Sharif praising General Zia-ul-Haq and contrast that vidoe with his today’s
One Saudi phone call will silence Musharraf trial seekers: Saudis come to Musharraf’s rescue * King Abdullah calls on Pakistani leadership to abide by agreement* Any step against former president could affect Pak-Saudi ties, political stability in Pakistan Daily Times Monitor LAHORE: The Saudi authorities have formally sent
The PPP Government audits the defence budget; Nawaz Sharif proposes reconciliation with India: Defence budget details provided to parliament Monday, 24 Aug, 2009 Such comprehensive details about the budgets of the army, air force and navy have been provided for the first time to the parliament, said informed sources. – File photo
Government of tyranny? A comparison of Nawaz Sharif and Asif Zardari: Govt. of ‘Kufr’ could carry on, but not that of tyranny: Nawaz March 01, 2009 LAHORE: Muslim League-N Quaid Mian Nawaz Sharif has said that the country was beset with several problems, which led him to enter into an
Nawaz Sharif, Kamran Khan, Najam Sethi, ISI, NAB, and National Interest: By MANSOOR HALLAJ Friday, 19 December 2008. WWW.AHMED QURAISHI.COM ISLAMABAD, Pakistan—On 18-12-2008 Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif gave an exclusive interview [also covered in Jang and The News International] to a journalist namely Kamran Khan
My choice today: Mon 2 June 2008 – Accountability?: Muakhiza ya ta’meer?Accountability or Reconstruction – By Khurshid Nadeem Musharraf: Hamid Mir Dr. Abul Qadeer Khan, Bhutto, Judiciary and Media – By Abbas Ather Moment of catharsis for Pakistanis? Moment of catharsis for Pakistanis? The deposed Chief Justice of