ISLAMABAD: A district and session court on Thursday sentenced IT firm Axact’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Shoaib Shaikh and 22 others to seven years in prison in the fake degree scandal case, ARY News reported. According to ARY…
ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Friday withdrew its orders with regard to inclusion of the names of Axact CEO Shoaib Sheikh and other accused named in the fake degrees case on the Exit Control List (ECL). Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian…
ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Mian Saqib Nisar on Friday took suo motu notice of a scandal involving issuance of fake degrees by Karachi-based IT company Axact. The chief justice has summoned from the Federal Investigation…
ISLAMABAD: Federal Information Minister Pervez Rasheed Tuesday said that the Punjab government timely acted over the Daska incident, ARY News reported.
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NEW YORK: The editorial published in New York Times (NYT) stated that it is hard to believe that the Pakistani government was unaware of such a major scam regarding fake degrees that are being issued by Axact.