KARACHI: On Monday, a court in Karachi granted bail to Axact Chief Executive Officer Shoaib Shaikh and 13 others in the infamous fake degrees case that made headlines last year.
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KARACHI: Sindh High Court (SHC) on Friday rejected a petition seeking transfer of Axact Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Shoaib Shaikh to Islamabad, ARY News reports.
KARACHI: United States’ Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has confirmed that 15 universities of Axact are not bona fide, ARY News reports.
KARACHI: Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) in its temporary challan against Axact stated that 2.2 million fake degrees were recovered during the investigation against the software company, ARY News reports.
Prominent anchor Dr.Aamir Liaquat Hussain has confessed in a statement to FIA that he had bought a fake degree from Axact.
KARACHI: A team of Customs Intelligence officials visited the office of Axact owned television channel ‘Bol’ on Saturday and questioned the employees of the channel, ARY News reported.
Two US military officers faced court martial for academic credentials issued by Axact-run varsity: NYT
KARACHI: The New York Times, which unearthed the global fake degree empire run by Axact from Karachi, is unremitting in coming up with follow-up revelations. In its latest report, the Times that an American married couple, both members of the United States military serving in Iraq, emailed Axact in 2009 to say that they faced court martial for having presented academic credentials bought from a university run by Axact.
ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Electronic Media and Regulatory Authority (Pemra) has been asked to shut down transmission of Bol Television after fake degree scam of its parent company Axact unearthed, ARY News reported.
KARACHI: A Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) team led by DG FIA Shahid Hayat arrested Axact CEO Shoaib Sheikh from the company headquarters on Wednesday, ARY News reported.