Pakistan probes `$100 ID cards for militants` scam

Pakistani authorities are investigating officials at the national identity database for allegedly issuing ID cards to militants, including some linked to al Qaeda, in return for bribes as small as USD 100.

Dates for NSA-level talks under consideration: Pak

Pakistan today said the dates for the NSA-level talks with India as agreed by the Prime Ministers are still under consideration.

2008 Mumbai terror attacks: Seven key revelations ex-Pak FIA chief Tariq Khosa made
2008 Mumbai terror attacks: Seven key revelations ex-Pak FIA chief Tariq Khosa made

Tariq Khosa, former director general of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA), has admitted for the first time that the Mumbai terror attacks of November 26, 2008 were launched from the Pakistani soil.

Pakistan's lie nailed: Ajmal Kasab was a Pakistani, admits ex-FIA chief
Pakistan's lie nailed: Ajmal Kasab was a Pakistani, admits ex-FIA chief

A former top Pakistani security official has admitted for the first time that the Mumbai terror attacks of November 26, 2008 were launched from the Pakistani soil.

`Can't use Lakhvi's voice samples as evidence`

Mumbai terror attack mastermind Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi`s voice samples cannot be used as evidence as their is no law to prove its authenticity, a media report said on Saturday.

Axact probe: Pak court sends CEO, eight others on remand

Axact CEO Shoaib Shaikh and eight others, who are the accused in a massive fake degrees scam, have been sent on a two-day judicial remand by a district sessions court in Karachi.

Pakistan arrests owner of `fake degree factory`: Officials

Pakistani investigators on Wednesday arrested the head of a firm accused of running a global fake degree empire and conducted fresh raids at the company`s Karachi headquarters where they discovered thousands of blank diplomas.

Pakistan to probe `fake degree factory`: Ministry

Pakistan will investigate a firm accused by the New York Times of earning tens of millions of dollars by running a global fake degree empire, officials said Tuesday.

Lakhvi `faces assassination threat`, seeks exemption from appearing in Pakistan court

Mumbai attack mastermind Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi has requested a Pakistan court to exempt him from personal appearance citing security reasons, media reported on Tuesday.

Pakistan unearths major scam of setting free drug dealers

The Pakistan government has said that corrupt officials facilitated several drug dealers by issuing them fake nationality documents to bring them to the country from foreign jails under prisoners exchange agreements.

Pakistan's FIA challenges bail to 2008 Mumbai attacks plotter Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi
Pakistan's FIA challenges bail to 2008 Mumbai attacks plotter Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi

India's continued pressure on Pakistan to keep 26/11 plotter Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi behind the bars, seems to be working well as the Federal Investigation Agency in Islamabad on Tuesday challenged the decision to grant him bail, reports said.

FBI's most wanted cybercriminal arrested in Pakistan
FBI's most wanted cybercriminal arrested in Pakistan

To combat the menace of cybercrime, Federal Investigation Agency's (FIA) cyber crime wing of Karachi nabbed high profile and one of the most wanted cyber criminals, Noor Aziz and Farhan Arshad.

FBI's most wanted cyber criminal arrested from Pakistan

A Cyber-criminal, who is on the Interpol and the FBI's most wanted list and was involved in defrauding several companies and individuals of over USD 50 million, was arrested today from Pakistan's biggest city.

Lakhvi detention: Pakistani court okays in-camera hearing

The Islamabad High Court (IHC) Monday accepted the Pakistani government`s application for an in-camera hearing to submit records on the detention of Zaki-ur Rahman Lakhvi, the alleged mastermind of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack.

Pak court dismisses to hold Mumbai attacks trial by video-link

A Pakistani anti-terrorism court today dismissed a plea to conduct the trial of seven accused in the 2008 Mumbai attacks case including LeT operations commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi through video-link and asked authorities to ensure security for the witnesses and others.

Musharraf guilty of high treason, FIA informs Pak court

In a setback to Pakistan's former president Pervez Musharraf, an investigation has concluded that the ex-military ruler imposed the 2007 emergency as army chief and was guilty of violating the constitution, the special court hearing his treason trial was told today.

Probe against Pervez Musharraf to be completed in 6 weeks: Pakistan`s Federal Investigation Agency

Pakistan`s Federal Investigation Agency on Saturday said it would complete a probe into the 2007 emergency imposed by former President Pervez Musharraf in six weeks.

Pakistan’s FIA asked to expedite Musharraf treason case probe

Nisar said the FIA has been ordered to accelerate investigation into the treason case against Musharraf and present the report as soon as possible.

Pervez Musharraf`s aides summoned for questioning in treason case

Pakistan`s main investigation agency has summoned several of Pervez Musharraf`s aides for questioning in connection with a case of high treason filed against the former military ruler.