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Avenfield Case: Nawaz denies business association with Qatari Prince

ISLAMABAD: While resuming to record his statement on Tuesday, in Avenfield properties reference, former premier Nawaz Sharif candidly remarked before the accountability court that he does not have any knowledge of the business affiliation with Qatari Prince. “Whatever transactions for business took place, Qatari Prince and his family would know it”. While speaking further about letters written by Qatari Prince Hamad Bin Jassim Bin Jabor al Thani, Nawaz said that the letters were verified by the prince himself in a letter…

‘Panamagate’: Supreme Court ends hearing in corruption charges against PM, reserves decision

ISLAMABAD: Amid the speculations revolving around either Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif gets disqualified or emerged stronger with regard to the Supreme Court’s possible judgment, the top court on Friday reserved its verdict after wrapping up fifth and final hearing of the 'Panama Papers' case.  The date for announcement of the verdict will be released later. The court heard arguments from both the sides - government counsel and the opposition disputing prime minister's claims in the case - and concluded its hearing…

New letter from Qatari Royal says he was ready to meet Panamagate JIT

ISLAMABAD: In yet another twist to the Panamagate case against Sharif family, another letter from the Qatari Royal Hammad Bin Jasim Al Jabor Al-Thani has surfaced, ARY News reported. The letter tells the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) probing the case, that he (Qatari Royal) will meet the JIT members once he gets an assurance that he is not subject to jurisdiction and laws of Pakistan and that he is not subject to any investigation or required to appear before any tribunal or court of law. "I would then again propose a…

JIT admitted tapping our phones, says Saad Rafique

ISLAMABAD: Railways Minister Khawaja Saad Rafique on Saturday said that the Joint Investigation Team probing Sharif family's offshore firms admitted tapping the phones of Ittefaq Group's Haroon Pasha and Prime Minister's cousin Tariq Shafi thereby conducting an illegal activity ARY News reported. Addressing a press conference in Islamabad alongside Khawaja Asif and Ahsan Iqbal,  Saad Rafique maintained that JIT, through technical means, has admitted that Haroon Pasha and Tariq Shafi's phones were tapped but his party…